Credit hours: 3
GEC categories: Social Science, Social Diversity
|Psychology: A Framework for Everyday Thinking||Lillienfeld et al.||Pearson||978-0205650484|
Example Syllabus: Psychology 1100 11 AM.pdf
Course Objectives: This course introduces students to what is currently known about human behavior and thinking. The purpose of the course is to introduce students to the vast area of psychological study. Throughout the course, stress is placed on examining the conceptual and empirical results in such diverse areas as the biological basis for behavior, human development, sensation and perception, and learning and memory, to name a few of the topics covered in the course.
Course Content: Research Methods, Biological Psychology,Sensation & Perception, Learning, Memory, Cognition, Human Development, Social Psychology, Personality, Psychological Disorders
Method of Presentation: Lecture, Discussion, In-Class Activities
Method of Evaluation: 3 Exams, 4 Quizzes, 6 Homework Assignments, Participation in the Research Experience Program