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Unformatted text preview: Course Title : Introduction to Behavioral Science Course Code : BEH103 Recommended Study Year : First or Second Year No. of Credits/Term : 3 Mode of Tuition : Lecture-Tutorial Class Contact Hours : 3 hours per week Category in Major Prog. : Required – Behavioral Science; Free elective Disciplines : Psychology, Social Psychology, Health Psychology, Medical Sociology Prerequisite : Nil Brief Course Description : As the 21 st century begins, the study of behavioural science is growing. This foundation course introduces students behaviour-based knowledges and principles in studying the behaviour of individuals, groups, and societies. This course surveys knowledges stemming from disciplines of psychology, social psychology, health psychology, and medical sociology. A number of topics that are of broad interest and importance are selected, and they are viewed as fundamental issues for behavioural scientists: interpersonal relationships, behaviour at work, and health and illness. Aims : The aims of the course are (1) to study basic knowledges and principles stemming from disciplines of psychology, social psychology, health psychology, and medical sociology, and (2) to examine behaviour of the individual, interpersonal relationships, behaviour at work, health and illness behaviour. Learning Outcomes : On completion of this course students should be able to: 1. Grasp basic knowledges about behavioural science 2. Appreciate the value of behavioural sciences in modern life 3. Acquire “how to” discussions that address everyday problems....
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BI 200 taught by Professor Potter during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.
- Fall '11