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Into - I Psychology in Everyday Life II Defining Psychology...

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I. Psychology in Everyday Life II. Defining Psychology III. The Diversity of Psychology A. What Psychologists Do B. Distinctions—Psychiatrist/Psychologist, Basic/Applied C. Brief Historical Background
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Kurt Hoffman 123 Williams Hall; 231-4005, [email protected] O.H.: Mon. & Thur. 1:45-3:00, Wed. 9:30-10:45 Director of Undergraduate Studies—come visit! Interests: Animal behavior, adolescent and young adult development… For fun: music, reading, art, noodling.
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Kurt Hoffman 123 Williams Hall; 231-4005, [email protected] O.H.: Mon. & Thur. 1:45-3:00, Wed. 9:30-10:45 LECTURE NOTES: Powerpoint files will be on Blackboard the day before each lecture. Some slides will intentionally be left blank. MY EXAM QUESTIONS: except for 2-4 (out of 50), questions will come from my lecture notes.
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To do well in this class… 1) Go to recitation, hand in everything. 2) Come to class, be in class 3) Print slides large, 2 or 3 per page
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Psychology is Everywhere What did you do today? Discussed in class, but not on exam
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So what do all psychologists have in common? What IS psychology?
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