GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY Lewis 0. Harvey, Jra - Instructor
PSYCHOLOGY 100 I 1530 to 1645 Tuesday, Thursday
SECTION 020 Muenzinger Auditorium
Spring 1985 Room BPS? E-OSO
SYLLABUS TOPICS AND READING ASSIGNMENTS
(Tues) 22 Jan 1985 N0 CLASSES
(Thur) 24 Jan 1985 Fir
Introduction to Psychology
Course Description: What could be more important and interesting to learn about than people? At least thats
what I thought when I began studying Psychology back when computers only existed in scien
Psychology 100: Introduction to Psychology
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
Lecture Time, Place: 3:00~3:50 p.m. M-W-F in Bpsy. E-OSO
Office Hours: MW 2—3:00
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY - _INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Shelley Calisher
PSY. 100, Section 300 D—243~D Muenzinger
FALL, 1986 492~5306
Dr. Donald Weatherley
TEXT: Kalat, J. W. (1986). Introduction_tg Psychology.
Feb. 27-Mar. 4
April 24-May 1
What is a scientific approach to
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AP Psychology Study Guide: Chapter 16
1. Briefly explain the current approach to therapy.
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3. Explain the critics concerns with these forms of therapy.
4. Identify the bas
AP Psychology Chapter 18 Study Guide: Social Psychology
1. Discuss attribution theory, focusing on the fundamental attribution error, and
describe some possible effects of attribution.
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