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psyc.outline-exam1.1 - Psychology 241: Intro to Human...

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Lesley Cottrell, Ph.D. Email:  lcottrell@hsc.wvu.edu 2350 Health Sciences Center – 293-1149 Course structure 5 exams, 4 homeworks, 25 in-class activities,  40 pts. of  required  experientials, one  required  written paper Course policies make-ups, disruptive behavior Psychology 241: Psychology 241: Intro to Human Development Intro to Human Development
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Psychology 241: Psychology 241: Intro to Human Development Intro to Human Development Human Development (10th Ed.) by Papalia, [e-copy is 1/2 price of the print copy] COURSE GUIDE [syllabus, calendar, homeworks, experiential options, study tips, etc] Vista: assignments, grades, some experiential options, and review sheets for exams
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There is no “busy work” in this course;  Success depends on: attendance (in-class course guide, notes) studying the text and notes  Lecture and text do not duplicate each other; you  are expected to read the text yourself and to  integrate lecture material with the text book out-of-class experiences (HW, project,  experientials) There are no bonus or extra credit points
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYC 241 taught by Professor Cottrell during the Spring '07 term at WVU.

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