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1 Introduction to introduction to psychology https://classesv2. yale . edu/
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2 The course • A comprehensive introduction to the scientific study of the human mind • Brains, children, language, sex, memory, madness, disgust, racism, love, etc. Format • 2 lectures/week • To do well in the course, you need to both attend the lectures and do the readings • Lecture slides are available online ---but are not substitutes for attending class
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3 Evaluation • Midterm (30%) • Final (35%) • Weekly reading responses (15%)
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Unformatted text preview: • Book review (20%) • Experimental participation Other stuff • How to do well • Make contact 4 What is this course about? Major approaches to the mind • Neuroscience • Development • Cognitive • Social • Clinical 5 Associated disciplines • Evolutionary biology • Economics • Philosophy • Computer science • Anthropology • Literature • Theology Etc. Very special guests 6 https://classesv2. yale . edu/...
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2010 for the course PSYC 110 taught by Professor Karenwynn during the Spring '08 term at Yale.

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