Chapter 1 Lecture - Psychology 9A / Psy Beh 11A Psychology...

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Course Code: 68045 (9A) / 54080 (11A) Instructor: Dr. John Hagedorn Lecture: Tu/Th 8:00am – 9:20pm Location : PSLH 100 Office Hours: Tu/Th 9:30am – 10:30am Office: SSPB 2249 Email: jhagedor@uci.edu Psychology 9A / Psy Beh 11A Psychology Fundamentals
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Jessamy Norton-Ford (jnortonf@uci.edu) Sarah Tyler (sctyler@uci.edu) Jose Trujillo (josect@uci.edu) The TAs will run your discussion sections. You MUST be enrolled in a discussion section to receive credit for the course. NO DISCUSSION SECTIONS THIS WEEK!!!! You are free to meet with any of the TAs during their office hours or by appointment. Teaching Assistants Course Introduction: Syllabus
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Course Content Psych 9A/B/C : In-depth survey of general psychology This course (9A/11A) will cover: Biological Bases of Behavior Learning Sensation Perception Course Introduction: Syllabus
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Lecture Format Course Introduction: Syllabus Based on textbook readings, but with additional information Readings from the textbook should be done before the corresponding lecture. REQUIRED TEXT: Gleitman, Reisberg, & Gross (2007). Psychology . Seventh Edition ISBN 0-393-97768-4 The schedule in the syllabus is tentative .
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Exams Course Introduction: Syllabus Midterm #1 : 40 questions (Lectures 1-6) Midterm #2 : 40 questions (Lectures 7-11) Final Exam : 50 questions (Lectures 12-18) Exams will be multiple choice and will cover the material from the textbook and from lecture. You must bring your own scantron (no. F-288-PAR-L) , a photo ID, a #2 pencil (or TWO!), and an eraser. Exams given ONLY at scheduled dates and times: MIDTERM #1 : Thursday, October 15 @ 8:00am MIDTERM #2 : Thursday, November 5 @ 8:00am FINAL : Tuesday, December 8 @ 8:00 am
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Grading Course Introduction: Syllabus Grading will be curved: A – top 15% of class B – next 25% of class C – next 45% of class D – next 10% of class F – lowest 5% of class Within each grade level, the top 15% will receive a “+” attached to their grade, the bottom 15% will receive a “-” attached to their grade. No “+” or “-” attached to F grades A single A+ grade will be awarded to the student with the highest score in the class (before extra-credit!)
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Extra Credit Course Introduction: Syllabus There will be 6 possible extra credit points. Participation in laboratory experiments
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Chapter 1 Lecture - Psychology 9A / Psy Beh 11A Psychology...

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