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Unformatted text preview: Course Description for Human Sexualities Psychology 0818-Spring 2011 Instructor : Dr. Patrice Heller Main Campus: 869 Weiss Hall Ambler: Widener Hall Faculty Office Email: email@example.com (Checked daily) Office Time: Main Campus : T/Th 12:30-1 p.m. Ambler Campus : T/Th 3:30-4 p.m. To ensure adequate time and full attention to each student, please first contact me to schedule a meeting time or check after class. Email Information You must send your emails only from your TUmail address. Identify yourself by including your name in each email. Emails will be answered within 48 hours. Class Meeting Times : Main Campus : Tuesday/Thursday at 11-12:20 p.m. Tuttleman 103 Ambler Campus : Tuesday/Thursday at 2-3:20 p.m. The Learning Center, Room 203 Main Campus Teaching Assistant: Ms . Dina Gordon 439 Weiss Hall Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Time: Friday 9-11 a.m. Counseling Contacts: Psychological Services Center Weiss Hall, 4 th Floor Telephone: 215-204-7325 Tuttleman Counseling Center 1810 Liacouras Walk (5th floor) Philadelphia, PA 19122 Telephone: (215) 204-7276 Instructor's Goals for Students: Our sexualities is a core part of being human. We often think about sexualities in terms of the physical and reproductive aspects of sex. However, our sexuality is complex and dynamic. This course will address this dynamic complexity as we explore the physical, psychological, relational, and cultural aspects of sexualities. The overall goal of this course is to broaden your perspective of human sexualities, and thereby deepen your understanding and awareness of your own sexuality and the many influences on this essential part of yourself. 1, To understand, and appreciate the complexity and diversity of human sexualities and the interdependent nature of biological, psychological and social aspects of human sexualities. 2. To learn and understand the basic theoretical issues and methodological challenges in studying human sexualities. Human Sexualities 0818 Spring 2011 3. To ask intelligent questions about human sexualities and to begin learning how to answer these questions....
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