Psych W1001y Syllabus

Psych W1001y Syllabus - Jan. 12, 1999 THE SCIENCE OF...

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Jan. 12, 1999 THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY - Short Syllabus & Dates Psych W1001y 3 pts. Spring 1999 Professor: Norma Graham, nvg@psych.columbia.edu, phonemail x45591 T.A.s: Lisa Son, Danielle May, Amy Jewel This is a lecture & demonstration course that is a broad survey of the science of psychology. It usually contains something over 100 students. It serves (i) as the first course for psychology majors and (ii) a s a course that partially fulfills Columbia College's and The School of General Studies' science requirements (alone or as the first term of a two-term sequence). This course emphasizes the scientific aspects of psychology (rather than the more humanities-like schools or applied aspects of psychology). Since the science requirements are natural-science requirements (as opposed to social-science requirements) t here is also some emphasis on "natural" relative to "social" science (although that distinction is not a very clear one in my opinion). Attendance at the first two classes is mandatory (except in emergencies
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