Department of Psychology
Summer Distance 2015
Psychology 2810 Section 650 - Online
Statistics for Psychology
1.0 CALENDAR DESCRIPTION
Introduction to data analysis with particular reference to statistical procedures common
Anatomy Brain and Nerves
The cerebrum is the most developed portion of the brain and allows humans
to experience emotion, memory, learning, voluntary movement, integration of
thought, and perception. The cerebrum is divided into two hemispheres that
Explore Cartilaginous Joints
Cartilaginous joints connect bones with cartilage. These joints do not
have a joint cavity and most are slightly movable (amphiarthroses).
Symphyses and synchondroses are specific types of cartilaginous joints.
The human body requires a precise balance of water and electrolytes for normal function
of our cells and organs. Common electrolytes are sodium and potassium.
The small intestine is lined with special cells called microvilli that absor