syllabus - Gary Brill, Ph.D., Tillett Hall Room 639:...

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Gary Brill, Ph.D., Tillett Hall Room 639: gbrill@rutgers.edu Recitation Instructors: (Contact via the Sakai site for your recitation section) Kenia Castellanos - Linda Cedeno - Dorothy DeGroat Camille Parsons - Dorian Hunter Reel - Kimberly Robinson Quick Links: Course Schedule Sakai Downloading Class Slides Frequently Asked Questions Research Participation Site Doing Online Assignments Checklist for Success In addition to this web site, there will be a course web site with class announcements, downloadable viewgraphs, online tests, grades, and web links at http://sakai.rutgers.edu . You will use your Rutgers netID and password for this web site. For more information, see Frequently Asked Questions about the course web site . Required Textbook and Classroom Response Device: James W. Kalat (2008) Introduction to Psychology, Eigth Edition Packaged with ThomsonNow and TurningPoint wireless Response Card IMPORTANT NOTE: Make sure you purchase the package that includes a binder, the transmitter, and the textbook. Otherwise, you may end up paying more for the items separately, even if you get a used book. Available at New Jersey Books (108 Somerset St., New Brunswick) and the Livingston Bookstore
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Introduction : Welcome to Psychology 101. This course will introduce you to the various topics and issues in the scientific exploration of mind and behavior. By the end of the semester, you should be well prepared to go on to study more advanced courses in our department. Along the way, you will discover what psychologists have learned that can enrich your studies, your relationships, your health, and other important aspects of your life. Please read the information on this web page carefully. The crucial things you need to know are presented on this page. There are more details on particular topics on the "Freqently Asked Questions" page , and a checklist of things you need to do in order to succeed in this course. . Feel free to ask me questions before the class begins, during class, or immediately after class. You may also send me email, but I may not answer email questions if the questions have already been answered in class, on this web page, or in the Announcements section on the course web site . If you would like to meet with me in my office in Tillett Hall, please send me email to arrange an appointment. Recitation There will be a recitation session each week that you are required to attend (40% of your course grade will depend on the work done in your recitation section). Your Rutgers registration schedule identifies the recitation section in which you are enrolled. Each recitation section will have 15 or fewer students and will be taught by an upper-level doctoral candidate. Recitation will provide you with additional depth and review of material covered in lectures and reading assignments. In addition, it will assist you in the development of your study and
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