HS Spring 2011 Lecture 1

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Click to edit Master subtitle style GenEd/Psychology 0818 Studying Human Sexualities
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January 18, 2011 Welcome to Psych 0818 We meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays Main Campus: 11 a.m.- 12:20 p.m. Ambler Campus: 2-3:20 p.m. Introductions: Patrice Heller, Ph.D. Students Dina Gordon, Teaching Assistant for Main Campus
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What to expect… Human Sexuality: This course content is explicit and graphic. The course material is fascinating, but as Roger Hock acknowledges throughout the book, you may also experience a range of feelings as you encounter different topics… Some of you may consider some of the course material “ X-
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This course will be Eye-opening Uncomfortable at times: please speak with me privately about any of your concerns about yourself or the class An opportunity to become AWARE and cultivate and deepen your understanding and appreciation for human sexualities An opportunity to be open to your own experience and needs
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Writing Reflections… I would like to know what your interests, questions and concerns are I am interested in what you think sex is. Writing in-class (and some home) reflections documents your attendance!
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Please respond to the following questions… Include YOUR NAME on your paper! 1 . What is sex? Write a paragraph describing how you define "sex.“ 2. What are three things you hope to learn about sex and sexual life during this semester?
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