116.01.S11 - -01 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY AS A BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE University of Windsor Summer Session 2011(July 4th August 15th Course-01 1

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02-46-116-01 1 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY AS A BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE University of Windsor Summer Session 2011 (July 4 th - August 15 th ) Course: 02-46-116-01 Course Day and Time: Monday & Wednesday @ 8:30 am to 11:20 am in Neale Ed. Build. 1101 INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION TEACHING ASSIST. INFORMATION Name: Darren Schmidt Email: [email protected] or [email protected] Office Hours: TBA Name: TBA Email: TBA Office Hours: TBA Textbook: Lilienfeld, S., Lynn, S.J., Namy, L., Woolf, N., Cramer, K., & Schmaltz, R. (2011). Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding (Canadian ed.), plus MyPsych Lab. Pearson Canada Inc. Toronto, Ontario. Course Description: This course is an Introductory to Psychology course. There are no pre- requisites for this course. Students will be instructed on the following course-related material: Language, Intelligence and IQ testing, Human Development, Stress and Health, Social Psychology, Personality, Psychological Disorders, and Psychological and Biological Treatments. Course Objectives: By the end of this course, the students should be able to understand and apply the key terms, concepts, and theory. EXPECTATIONS AND EVALUATIONS Expectations: To read EVERY assigned chapter and supplemental material(s) (e.g., research articles). Come to class on time and come prepared to learn. Be courteous and respectful of others in class. That means ALL electronics are turned off (i.e., unless you prefer to type out the lectures, in that case ALL internet connections are to remain off until otherwise instructed). Evaluations: There will be one quiz per class, with the exception of the first class, two midterms, and a final exam. The exams will consist of multiple-choice answers. The final exam will not be cumulative. Each exam/quiz will be closed book. Quizzes (10%) Midterms (30% each): July 18 th rd @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am Final Exam (40%): August 24 th @ 7:00 pm Note: The lectures may or may not cover all the book material so it is up to you to study the textbook, lectures, and any supplemental materials (readings, videos). The lectures slides will be provided online before every class. Videos can be found in the Leddy Library with the exception that some of the videos might belong to the instructor.
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02-46-116-01 2 STUDENT DISABILITY SERVICES If you have special needs that may impact your ability to carry out assigned course work, please contact the support staff in the Student Disabilities office located in Dillon Hall (lower level) at the University of Windsor. You can contact them via telephone at (519) 253-3000 ext. 3288, or email at [email protected] . The Student Disabilities office will review your concerns and determine what accommodations are necessary and appropriate. All of this information is CONFIDENTIAL . GRADING INFORMATION
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116.01.S11 - -01 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY AS A BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE University of Windsor Summer Session 2011(July 4th August 15th Course-01 1

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