PSY V29 Syllabus - VENTURA COLLEGE Office: P-6 Office...

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VENTURA COLLEGE Dr. J. A. Robinson, Instructor Office: P-6 Office Phone: 654-6400 ext. 3202 Office Hours: Tuesday 8:00-9:00 a.m. 1:25 – 2:25 p.m. 2:45-4:45 pm (Online) Thursday 8:00 am.-9:00 am. Introduction To Personality Psychology PSY V29 WEB REQUIRED TEXT Schultz, D., & Schultz, S. (2005). Theories of personality (8th ed). U.S.A.: Thompson Wadsworth. WHAT ABOUT THE COURSE? The course is a comprehensive study of the concept of personality. The nature and development of personality is examined. Emphasis is placed on the current research, techniques of assessment, theories, and personality theorists including Freud, Jung, Rogers and Maslow. At the conclusion of the course, you will: 1. Contextualize the history of major personality theories and theorists. 2. Compare and contrast theoretical perspectives of personality including features of scientific method, social environment, development, culture, genetics, thought, motivations, learning, and behavior. 3. Evaluate major personality techniques and assessments. LECTURE NOTES Instructor notes are given online. The notes are from each chapter. They are learning tools for each test.
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REVIEW PAPER QUESTIONS The course is divided into five units. Each unit consists of chapters. There are five Review Papers. The questions are study tools and are not to be submitted. BRAIN EXERCISES
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PSY V29 Syllabus - VENTURA COLLEGE Office: P-6 Office...

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