Sept 8, 20081. An Overview

Sept 8, 20081. An Overview - Introduction to Psychology...

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Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1001, Section E Welcome! (Class will start at 8:35)
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In today’s class… The course outline Textbook Evaluation Academic Accomodation Website (WebCT) Pretest of psychological knowledge It’s fun! Video: Hidden Motives The quest for cool Hidden prejudice (time permitting)
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The course outline Darcy Litteljohn Office: A525 Loeb Building Hours: Wednesdays, 10:30 to 12 noon; also available by appointment Email: Through WebCT (the website) and/or [email protected] * Must send email via your Connect (MyCarleton) account
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The course outline Teaching Assitant: Aaron Burke Office: TBA Hours: By appointment Email: Via WebCT only Organizing study sessions
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The textbook (required) Weiten, W. & McCann, D. (2007) Psychology: Themes and Variations (First Canadian Edition). Toronto, Canada: Nelson Education Ltd. Please try to keep up with readings weekly, preferably prior to class.
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Evaluation: TWO Midterm Exams Midterm #1 : September 29 th , during class. Worth 15% Covers chapters 1 & 2 and the accompanying lecture material Midterm #2 : October 27 th , during class. Worth 35% Covers chapters 3 & 4 and the accompanying lecture material Both in class. Both are NON-cumulative. Both are multiple-choice format.
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Evaluation: Final Exam One NON-cumulative Final Exam During Fall Term Exam Period Three hours, 120 multiple choice questions* Covers chapters 5, 6, 7, & 8; and the accompanying lecture material
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2010 for the course 32611 PSYC 1001 taught by Professor Darcylitteljohn during the Fall '08 term at Carleton CA.

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