322R_F2010_Foxall - Psychology 322R Fall 2010...

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Psychology 322R Fall 2010 PSYCH 322R, Personality Fall 2010 Instructor : Kathy Foxall E-mail: [email protected]    Classroom: Renison 2107 Office Hours : Thursday 5:30-6:15 PM and other times by appointment  Office location : Renison 0208 Class time : Thursday 6:30-9:20 PM Required Text: Company. (5 th  edition). UW ACE The course syllabi, web links, announcements, and powerpoint slides will be posted on UW ACE. Course Description from the calendar : An examination of the major theories of personality including consideration of the psychoanalytic, dispositional, humanistic, and  behaviouristic models. Course objectives 1.  Students will develop a deeper appreciation of the great complexity, richness, and range of human behaviour. 2.  Students will become familiar with contemporary and classic theoretical and research approaches to understanding personality. 3. At a personal level, I hope that the course will help students to develop a better understanding of  themselves and the people in their lives, and to become more accepting of people who are dissimilar to themselves. Learning outcomes By the end of the course, students will be able to: 1. identify and describe various approaches used in personality assessment. 2. identify, describe, discuss, and critically evaluate a range of contemporary and classic theories and approaches to personality  psychology. 3. identify and describe the symptoms of personality disorders 4. utilize personality constructs and theories to analyze case studies. 5. utilize theories and research findings in personality to construct a psychobiography of themselves or a famous person of their choice. Class information Classes will include lecture material, case histories, classroom activities, and videos. Powerpoint slides will be posted on UW ACE.   You  will be tested on assigned readings and material covered in class in any format. Methods
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