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Unformatted text preview: PSY 01: Introduction to Psychology Page 1 Office hours: Thursdays 7:30-9:00 at Starbucks on Yosemite Avenue. Before or after classes: Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30-6 in COB116, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-6pm in KL209, Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:20-10pm in COB102, and by appointment. Virtual office hours in UCMCrops Chat TBA before major assignments are due. Office location: AOB 123 (trailers behind Lakireddy Auditorium) Campus Mailbox: SSHA Mailroom, COB 2 nd floor (behind elevator) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please put your course name in the subject line. Course website on UCMCrops. Supplemental web-based material at www.mypsychlab.com . Teaching Assistants: Last Names A-H Tori Pickle Office hours M 10-12, W 1:30-3:30 in COB375 email@example.com Last Names I-P Steven Scott Office hours W 3:30-7:30pm in COB202 firstname.lastname@example.org Last Names Q-Z Janelle Szary Office hours TR 12.30-2:30pm in COB202 email@example.com Tutor: Kim Che tutors according to the schedule posted at www.learning.ucmerced.edu Pearson Campus Ambassadors: For problems with registration or technology on MyPsychLab . Jenni Stark, (209) 617-9408, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com David Hsu, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Required Course Materials : Zimbardo, P.G., Johnson, R.L., & McCann, V. (2009). Psychology: Core Concepts (6th edition). Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon. Pearson Higher Education (2008). MyPsychLab/Pegasus (customized for above e-textbook). Pearson class id CRSCDKF-219927 Students will need regular access to the Internet for course websites on UCMCrops and MyPsycLab. The textbook is electronically available on MyPsychLab. In class examinations will use the green answer form, Scantron 882, and #2 pencils. RECOMMENDED: APA Style Manual, 6 th edition. (2009). Washington D.C: American Psychological Association. Catalog Description : Introduction to Psychology as a science of behavior, including history, research methods, biological bases of behavior, cognition, personality, social behavior, psychological disorders, techniques of therapy, and applied science. (4 credit hours.) Final Course Grades: Grades in this course will be based on your performance on five assignments: a) online quizzes for every chapter (100 points); b) a Midterm and a Final Examination (200 points); and, c) an 8-10 page literature review term paper (150 points). Student may earn up to 25 points of UC MERCED PSY 01: Introduction to Psychology Mon, Wed 7:30-9:20pm in COB102 Fall 2009, CRN 1584 Diana Odom Gunn, Ph.D. PSY 01: Introduction to Psychology Page 2 extra credit across the semester. Your grade will be based on 450 percentage points. Grading scale and specific grades will be available on UCMCrops....
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2010 for the course PSY 1584 taught by Professor Odum-gunn during the Fall '09 term at UCM.
- Fall '09