INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY

PSY101.001

Broad survey of the field of modern psychology. The class includes a broad study of behavior with emphasis on biological, evolutionary, cognitive, and developmental perspectives while placing this work in its historical, social and philosophical context. Conceptual issues unifying the subfields of psychology are highlighted along with consideration of techniques and methods by which knowledge about the brain, mind, thought and behavior is acquired and refined. There is also discussion about the impacts on life and society of contemporary scientific approaches and technologies. Students are required to participate in psychological research. Instructor: Grimes/Murphy/Vieth/Staff

Day / Time: 

TuTh 10:05AM-11:20AM

Location: 

Social Sciences 139

Instructor: 

Robinson, Jorgianne

Section: 

001