332 Spring 2017 Syllabus(1)

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Outline of Topics, Readings, and Assignments Week 1 1/23 Introduction and Course Overview ( Establish an “electronic” buddy. Register into our McGraw-Hill “paired section.” ) Purchase the e-text and support materials from McGraw-Hill. Their Customer Service line is 800.331.5094
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Short Quiz - Syllabus Week 2 1/30 Dimensions of Health. Notwithstanding the partitioning of health into various dimensions, health is a gestalt. In-class short essay: Health is an indivisible entity. Reading : Chapter 1 and Stevenson 1 LearnSmart : Module 1 Short Quiz 1 Week 3 2/6 Stress as a constant challenge. Health-related consequences of stress. Managing stress. Hans Selye and serendipity. Sapolsky and stress. Reading : Chapter 2. Stevenson 2 and 3. Understanding the contribution of sleep. Understanding the importance of time management. LearnSmart : Module 2 Short Quiz 2 Week 4 2/13 Psychological Health. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Self-Actualization as a concept. Ego defense mechanisms. Exemplars of anxiety and mood disorders: Social Anxiety and depression. Anger/rage in Sir Danvers’ murder. Reading . Chapter 3 and Stevenson 4 LearnSmart : Module 3 Short Quiz 3 Week 5 2/20 Drug Abuse and Addiction. Opiods, CNS Depressants/Stimulants, Cannabis, Hallucinogens.
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