01-F10-Intro-new - Psychology 150: Personality Spring 2012...

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Unformatted text preview: Psychology 150: Personality Spring 2012 Professor Oliver P. John University of California, Berkeley We have lots of personality! Team Personality Prof. Oliver P. John, 3323 Tolman, 642- 2178 Office hrs: Mondays 11:30 12:30 , or talk to me right after class, or leave me a note in the Psychology Dept. (3rd floor in Tolman Hall) Plus 4 superb GSIs NO sections this week or next Syllabus: Websites/Lectures Websites : (1) http://bspace.berkeley.edu for lecture notes, textbook downloads, exam review sheets, and announcements; and to contact us easily (2) http://psy150.netfirms.com for web exercises Lectures M W 10:00-11:00; 245 LKC Lecture begins at 10:10: Please be here in your seat before 10:10, so we can get started and end on time. Enrollment All information on bspace website Enrollment Smaller class sizes because of budget cuts IF not enrolled, give a note to us (name, SID, email, explain problem or special situation) Taught again Summer 2012 (John) Diverse language/culture/knowledge backgrounds Enrollment questionnaire next Monday Who is IN the class NOW; special needs Deal with Concurrent Enrollment Talk to Prof. John after class about any issues Syllabus: Textbook Pervin, L.A., Cervone, D., & John, O.P. (2005). Personality: Theory and Research (9th ed.) . New York: Wiley. This text is now out of print . Available only for 150 students on our bspace class website for downloads . You can also buy it used (e.g., on Amazon.com). Or buy the current 10th edition: Cervone, D., & Pervin, L.A. (2008). Personality: Theory and Research (10th ed.) . Syllabus: Assignments Two exams : Mid-term exam and Final exam Both exams will have the same format About 30 multiple choice questions and 6 open-ended questions Last no more than 50 minutes. Final is NOT cumulative Weekly discussion section participation is required Total of 12 sections (none this week and next week) Participating in 10 of 12 sections earns max. points (5%) Weekly Personality Web Exercises (14 total) : Introduction to personality research and methods Illustrate methods and instruments used in personality research On 150 Website http://psy150.netfirms.com Due Wednesday of each week. Syllabus: Final Grading...
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