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Principles of Behavior PSYC 103 Professor Gentner
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Meeting Time : Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:00 - 1:50 PM Location : RBC AUD Instructor : Prof. Timothy Gentner Office Hours : Mon 2:00 – 3:00 PM, or by appointment Office : 5334 McGill Phone : 822-6763 Email : tgentner@ucsd.edu Webpage : http://ted.ucsd.edu Graduate TAs: Camille Toarmino Friday 2-4 PM, or appt. 1111 McGill ctoarmin@ucsd.edu Tristan Shuman Wed 2-3 PM, or appt. 2503 Mandler tshuman@ucsd.edu Course Description : This course provides an introduction to the contemporary study of behavior through consideration of basic psychological processes and brain mechanisms. Topics include perception, conditioning, learning, recognition, memory, and communication. 4
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Pearce, J.M. (2008) Animal Learning and Cognition: an introduction 3 rd Edition ISBN: 9781841696560 5
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Course Evaluation : There will be four exams. Each exam will contribute equally to your final grade in the course. Exams are NOT cumulative. The final is March 23rd at 11:30 AM. There are no make up exams without prior approval from the instructor. Class attendance is mandatory. Review Sessions : A single review session, lead by the TA’s, will precede each exam. Attendance at review sessions is optional. No new material will be presented. These sessions provide an opportunity to clarify lecture materials, and act as an open forum for all questions prior to exams. Time and place for review sessions will be announced in class. Extra Credit: Students may add three points to their final grade by participating in three or more hours of experiments through experimetrix. http://experimetrix2.com/ucsd/ Those not wishing to serve as subjects may write a paper for equivalent credit; please consult with Prof. Gentner before choosing the paper option. NO OTHER EXTRA CREDIT IS OFFERED NO OTHER EXTRA CREDIT IS OFFERED 6
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All students are expected to comply with the UCSD Policy on Integrity of Scholarship. This means that all academic work must be done by the individual to whom it is assigned, without unauthorized aid of any kind. All examinations in this class are to be completed independently without any unauthorized assistance or the use of unauthorized resources. Copying answers or looking at notes or books during a
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