Syllabus - PSYC 100 - Principles of Psychology (ASO) FW20_21.pdf

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4/25/2021Syllabus - PSYC 100 - Principles of Psychology (ASO) FW20/211/8Psychology 100: Principles of Psychology6.0 units; Fall & Winter 2020-2021Queen’s UniversityInstructor:Meghan Norris, PhD (she/hers)PSYC100Program Associate:Jenalee Dymond, OCT (she/hers)PRE-REQUISITES AND EXCLUSIONSThere are no pre-requisites for this course. Note that this course has the following exclusions: EXCLUSION(S): PSYC 101/3.0; PSYC 102/3.0; PSYC 103/3.0COURSE LOCATIONThis course is delivered fully online, and has no synchronous meeting times other than scheduled exams. This means that there are no set times each weekthat we will be meeting. We know that our students are living across time zones, many face challenges with internet bandwidth, and glitches happen at theworst times. We hope that the asynchronous nature of this course will help to reduce those barriers.Please note, though the course has no formal lecture meeting time, this course is not self-paced. For example, there are weekly activities and assignmentsthat are required. The deadlines are ±rm, and exams occur at the time scheduled by the Registrar. All deadlines posted in this course are in "Kingston" time(Eastern).ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF TERRITORYWe would like to acknowledge that the Queen’s campus upon which this course is being hosted from is situated on traditional Anishinaabe andHaudenosaunee territory. We are grateful to be able to be live, learn and play on these lands.To acknowledge this traditional territory is to recognize its longer history, one predating the establishment of the earliest European colonies. It is also toacknowledge this territory’s signi±cance for the Indigenous peoples who lived, and continue to live, upon it and whose practices and spiritualties were tiedto the land and continue to develop in relationship to the territory and its other inhabitants today. The Kingston Indigenous community continues to re²ectthe area’s Anishinaabek and Haudenosaunee roots. There is also a signi±cant Métis community and there are First people from other Nations across TurtleIsland present here today.To read more about the history of the land, see the Queen's Encyclopedia.We encourage you to learn about the history of the lands upon which you are currently living, working, and playing.COURSE DESCRIPTIONAn introductory survey of basic areas of psychology including perception, cognition, learning and motivation and their biological substrata. Also reviewedare child development, individual differences, social psychology and abnormal psychology. Research participation experience is provided for students on anindividual voluntary basis. Students are encouraged to participate in up to ±ve hours of research experimentation.This is a fully online, asynchronous version of this course. In this version of the course, students will have weekly online readings and lessons (including

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