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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:     [email protected]         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 s by the Parking lot, on corner of Hamilton & College Ave, behind the Bus Stop  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.
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