GP Syllabus F06 - PSYC 1000 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY(70512 71603...

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PSYC 1000, GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (70512 & 71603) Fall semester, 2006 INSTRUCTOR: David S. Carter, Ph.D. OFFICE: ENG 210 E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 496-4224 CONTACTING ME : If you need to contact me, please use the medium appropriate to the communication. If you have a question that has a very short answer, please E me. I’m not going to justify a grade or give you advice on study methods by E. I check my E-mail regularly and I usually respond promptly. If you do contact me by E, please tell me which course and section you’re in . If you need a longer answer, please come by my office and talk to me. My office is upstairs in Engineering Hall; turn left at the top of the stairs and I’m in third office on the left. My official office hours are M 3:00-4:00 and W 2:00-3:00. I’m frequently in my office on Tuesdays and Thursdays, especially in the mornings. If my office door is open and I’m in, you’re welcome to come in. If the door is closed, it means that I’m either not there or I don’t really want to be disturbed. If you have a real need to talk to me, knock and I’ll answer if I’m in. CONTACTING MY SECRETARY : Evelyn Merkle is the secretary for the PTC and LS departments. Her office is in Main 104 and her number there is 496-4275. Her E-mail address is [email protected] TESTING POLICY : There will be two semester tests during the semester and one comprehensive final exam. The two semester tests are scheduled for Wednesday, September 20, and Wednesday, October 25. The final exams will be held in the Library/Auditorium. Section 1 tests at 3:00 Friday, December 8 and Section 2 tests at 8:00 Friday, December 8. These times and dates are set by the Registrar’s Office and are not subject to negotiation so please make your plans accordingly. There will be 60 questions on each semester test and 120 questions on the final. Your overall course grade will be based on an average of the three tests and attendance records.
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