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Intro to Psychology (PSY 105)

Term: 2015-2016 Academic Year Spring

Faculty

Jim Wood
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Office Hours:
  • By appointment only.
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    Schedule

    Tue, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (1/25/2016 - 5/13/2016) Location: TOWA

    Description

    PSY 105 (Formerly SS 132) - Introduction to Psychology

    This is a survey of the major areas of psychology, including human growth and development, social behavior, cognition, learning, personality theory, personal adjustment, abnormal behavior and psychological measurement (3 Credits).

       



    PSY 105
    1. To demonstrate familiarity with the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology.
    2. To compare and contrast the major perspectives of psychology (e.g., behavioral, biological, cognitive, evolutionary, humanistic, psychodynamic, and sociocultural).
    3. To develop an enhanced ability to use critical thinking skills to examine issues related to human behavior and mental processes.
    4. To articulate how psychological principles can be used to explain social issues and differences.
    5. To examine the sociocultural differences that influence individual differences in behavior.