Mathematics 100 – introductory calculus for the life sciences

Mathematics 100 – introductory calculus for the life sciences

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Mathematics 100 – introductory calculus for the life sciences Instructor: Mr. Shane Bauman Email: sbauman@wlu.ca Office: BA436 Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 10:30-11:20AM, Wednesday 1-3PM Lectures (Section A): Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:30-9:20AM 1E1 (Arts Building) Quizzes 20% Lab/Problem Sessions 20% Midterm Test (October 25, 2010, 5:30-6:50PM) 25% Final Examination (2 hours, date & time to be announced) 35% - attend lectures - - course notes read them (COURSE MATERIALS) - -do recommended exercises/ lab prep - come to office hours/ go to MAC (Bricker Building) - do lab assignments - quiz (in lab) 9 quizes (top 5 count) - midterm/final PS100A: Introduction to psychology dill2230@wlu.ca TEST 1: October 18, 2010 TEST 2: November 22, 2010 prep@wlu.ca 1992-05-05 go to laurier psych page…left hand side there is a side bar click on prep user ID = student ID number chronic marijuana use = schizophrenia semantic network?? Exams=application questions Tests=not so many application questions Dream
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Slumber Snore Bed Eat Tired Night Awake Sound Comfort Chapter 1: The Evolution of Psychology The development of psychology: From speculation to science -Prior to 1879 - it didn’t exist as a science… there wasn’t a discipline called psychology. -Wilhelm Wundt -he brought the scientific method: idea is to be as objective as possible. . take our own bias and subjective nature out of the equations. Look at it in an unbiased way -G.Stanley Hall -responsible for the idea that adolescence is a particular developmental state. ..time of stress, turmoil and difficulties and challenges. The Battle of the “Schools”: structuralism vs. functionalism -Two intellectual schools of thought regarding the science of psychology -structuralism: -focused on analyzing consciousness into basic elements -introspection – careful, systematic observations of one’s own conscious experience -functionalism -focused on the purpose of consciousness and how does it work. Who won the battle?
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