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psc1+spring+2010.syllabus - General Psychology PSC 1 Spring...

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General Psychology PSC 1 – Spring Quarter 2010 Course Syllabus Instructor: Dr. Liat Sayfan 268F Young Hall Office Hours: Mondays 12-2, or By Appointment [email protected] TA1: Emily Newton 284A Young Hall Office Hours: Wednesdays 12-2 or By Appointment [email protected] TA2: Michael Biehl Office hours TBA [email protected] Class Meetings: M & W 2:00-4:00 PM 123 Science Lecture Hall Attendance Required Course Goals The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the broad range of areas encompassed in the study of psychology. Central topics will include biological, cognitive, affective, developmental, and social psychology. Discussion will focus on both theoretical ideas and empirical findings and how they relate to everyday life. Required Text Weiten, W. (2007). Psychology: Themes and Variations brief version (7 th Ed.). Wadworth Publishers. + additional chapters online There is a very helpful free Web site to accompany the book at: http://www.wadsworth.com/cgi- wadsworth/course_products_wp.pl?fid=M20b&flag=student&product_isbn_issn=978049510058 4&disciplinenumber=24 This site from the publisher has activities and animated tutorials for the more challenging concepts as well as self-quizzing to help you prepare for exams. Academic Honesty I expect that everyone enrolled in this course is academically honest and that your behavior during the quarter will demonstrate this. It is your responsibility to know what the university considers academic dishonesty. If you are unsure about a particular situation, ask your instructor first (in this class or in any other). More resources on UCD’s criteria for academic honesty are
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