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You must attend the discussion section in which you are enrolled. If you cannot attend your
scheduled section you must find an alternate open discussion section or another student with whom
you can switch. Switching can be done in the Psychology Department Undergraduate Advising Office
(1531 Franz Hall) and MUST be done by the end of the second week of the quarter. Section attendance
will constitute 5% of your course grade.
Please do not directly email the instructor with questions relating to the course materials. Rather, you
should post any questions you have on the discussion board that is part of the course web page. When
posting a question on the course discussion forum, please clearly identify the subject of your question
in the post title. Before you post on the forum, look over the subjects of previous posts to make sure
your question has not already been addressed in a previous post. Email should only be used when the
matter to be discussed is of a personal nature, and it is not possible to attend office hours; please
include “Psych 120A” in the subject line.
Accommodations for Disabilities:
If you wish to request an accommodation due to a disability, please contact the Office for Students
with Disabilities as soon as possible at A255 Murphy Hall, (310) 825-1501, (310) 206-6083 (telephone
device for the deaf). Website: www.osd.ucla.edu. Academic integrity:
Academic dishonesty, including, but not limited to, cheating or plagiarism, is a serious violation of
UCLA’s code of student conduct. Any act of academic dishonesty will be reported to the Dean of
Students’ Office for adjudication.
Lecture Slides and BruinCast:
Lecture slides will be posted in PDF format on the course website shortly before each class. Please
note that these slides will initially be posted in a redacted pre-lecture format (so as not to disclose
certain content); the full non-redacted...
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- Fall '13
- Cognitive Psychology