Intro To Psychology

Intro To Psychology

Prefix: 
PSY
Course Number: 
100

An introduction to the study of behavior covering theories, methods and findings of research in major areas of psychology. Topics covered will include the biological foundations of behavior; learning, perception, motivation, personality; developmental, abnormal, and social behavior; and methods of assessment. This course is a prerequisite to a significant number of courses in this and related areas of study. Lecture, three hours; laboratory/discussion, two hours.

Sections

Fall 2019
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
PSY 100-001 4.0 Rm.108, Rm.103 Abby Snowden, Jonathan Golding
PSY 100-002 4.0 Rm.103, Rm.243 Jonathan Golding, Abby Snowden
PSY 100-003 4.0 Rm.340, Rm.103 Rachel Anne Harden, Jonathan Golding
PSY 100-004 4.0 RM.OB7, Rm.103 Rachel Anne Harden, Jonathan Golding
PSY 100-005 4.0 Rm.103, Rm.340 Jonathan Golding, Rachel Anne Harden
PSY 100-006 4.0 Rm.340, Rm.103 Rachel Anne Harden, Jonathan Golding
PSY 100-007 4.0 Rm.103, Rm.340 Jonathan Golding, Abby Snowden
PSY 100-008 4.0 Rm.103, Rm.233 Jonathan Golding, Abby Snowden
PSY 100-009 4.0 Rm.204, Rm.103 Carrie Bohmer, Ray Archer
PSY 100-010 4.0 Rm.234, Rm.103 Carrie Bohmer, Ray Archer
PSY 100-011 4.0 Rm.212, Rm.103 Jennifer A. Schaper, Ray Archer
PSY 100-012 4.0 Rm.102, Rm.103 Jennifer A. Schaper, Ray Archer
PSY 100-013 4.0 Rm.238, Rm.103 Kyle Phillip Rawn, Ray Archer
PSY 100-014 4.0 Rm.103, TBD Andrea Friedrich, Elizabeth (Liz) Wallace, Sara Kate McCurry, Saraid Dennehy Racicot
PSY 100-015 4.0 Rm.213, TBD Lynda Sharrett-Field, Alyssa Laura Clements, Colton Shafer Rippey
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