Chapter_One_-_Day_One

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Important Things To Remember Bring “Introduction to Psychology: Course  Guide and Activities Manual” to every class Go to this website for more information  www.as.wvu.edu/psyc101/ Username: wvupsyc101 Password:  intro Take “Welcome to Psyc101 Quiz” by 9/1 (Fri)  to  earn 5 points (117-4 =  113 ) Bring your photo ID  to take a quiz at TLC
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    Study Skills How much time do I need to  spend studying for this class?  As a general rule, for a 3  credit hour class you are  expected to spend 6 hours  studying outside of class  each week
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    Sample Study Schedule Outline:  1. Read chapter material (2) learning objectives (1) 3. Print out lecture notes  (Seconds!) 4. Review notes from class (1/2) 5. Create your study sheets (1) 6. Complete practice quizzes (45  min) 7. Review with a friend (45 min)
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    Study Tips Focus on Learning Objectives  ((see website)) Read/Study the Slides~ ((I will email them to you after  every class)) Focus on ITALITIZED material
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My Goals for You Everybody passes this class (at least) Everybody  understands  what psychology as a  science is Everybody starts thinking  critically   (scientifically) I want to train you to critically evaluate the  information
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Chapter One Introduction to the Science of  Psychology
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Chapter Overview Defining psychology History of psychology  Origins Approaches to psychology Fields of psychology The influence of culture Critical thinking Research methods Research designs Correlation and causation Ethical guidelines Behavioral genetics
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Today’s Goals Defining psychology History of psychology Approaches to psychology Fields of psychology The influence of culture Critical thinking
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Psychology Is… the   science   that seeks to understand   behavior   and  mental processes (Mental processes: sensation, perception, memory,  decision making, etc.) Psychology seeks to then  apply  that  understanding to better mankind.
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Today’s Goals Defining psychology History of psychology Approaches to psychology Fields of psychology The influence of culture Critical thinking
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