Chapt 1 - sakai - Chapter 1 What is Psychology? SYLLABUS

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Chapter 1 What is Psychology?
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SYLLABUS Rutgers University General Psychology Class Course:   GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY  – 01:830:101:14 Day, Time: Tuesday and Thursday, 6:10 pm. Fall 2009 Term Location: Van Dyke Hall, Lecture hall room 211, 16 Seminary  Place, New Brunswick See the two photos - Van Dyke Hall below: T.A. Lindsey A Czarnecki Feel free to email me, email the TA, or call my office, or come in to Career Services Center for Walk-In Hours (Tuesdays, 1 – 3:30 pm).
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Instructor: Professor Larry Jacobs Email:     best2u@rutgers.edu         Office:   Career Services Center, 46 College Avenue, New Brunswick 732-932-7997 -We are across the street from Van Dyke This is photo of Career Services Center 46 College Avenue, where my office is.  It and next to Fat Trucks! You can assess all class information, notes, exam dates, announcements, syllabus, assignments, and grades on our course website: https://sakai.rutgers.edu/ portal , then click on our course 01:830:101:14       
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Textbook : Introduction To Psychology , (8th Edition), by James W. Kalat, Thomson Wadsworth Publishers Course Description : This is a very interactive and motivational class! We will use hands-on exercises and lively group discussions, which will require you to draw from your personal experiences, to prepare you for understanding behavior and mental processes, and enriching your life! Exams : 4 Exams to be given including the Final Exam – dates and details to be given in class. Exams are multiple choice (approx 50 questions or more) and cover material from both lecture and textbook. Each question is worth 1 point, on all exams. None of the tests are cumulative. You are responsible for bringing #2 pencils . All students must take all the exams. No Make-ups for these exams, except with a note from your Dean for emergencies. The Final Exam date will be announced, when I find out from Psy Dept. Grades are not
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