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Psychology is the study of human behavior and mental processes. In this course, students will learn about the common human experiences, and understand how we construct meaning out of the world around us. This course covers the basic tenants of psychology, including the development of personality, emotion, abnormal psychology, and the major theories and therapies used to analyze behavior and treat mental disorders.

Students will be provided with Psychology A Conscise Introduction 5th ed

When you have completed this course, you will be able to: 

  1. Explain what psychology is and how psychologists go about adding knowledge to this field of science.
  2. Describe the connection between human biology and psychology as a tool used to understand how people experience the world around them.
  3. Identify ways in which learning, memory, thought and intelligence effect our behavior.
  4. Trace the stages of human development and describe how they influence our behavior.
  5. Explain how various aspects of human personality are known to affect our attitudes and behavior.
  6. Compare and contrast life styles in terms of physical and psychological health and discuss treatment methods to improve psychological well-being.
  7. Describe factors that support the belief that psychology is a social science.

Course Outline

        Chapter 1: The Science of Psychology

Chapter 2: Neuroscience

Chapter 3: Sensation and Perception

Chapter 4: Learning

Chapter 5: Memory

Chapter 6: Thinking and Intelligence

Chapter 7: Developmental Psychology

Chapter 8: Personality Theories and Assessment

Chapter 9: Social Psychology

Chapter 10: Abnormal Psychology

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