Introduction to Psychology

Fall 2018
Olympia
Weekend
Freshman - Senior
Class Size: 25
4 Credits per quarter
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Scientific inquiry into human behavior and cognition is a dynamic and rapidly growing field that influences personal development and diverse careers. This course examines essential aspects of the human experience (neurology, sensation and perception, personality, learning, memory, cognition, emotion) and political, economic, and cultural influences. Contemporary trends and specific sub-disciplines (neuropsychology, childhood development, gerontology, organizational behavior, wellness, etc.) will be addressed. Those seeking underpinnings for work in mental health and social work, education, medicine, public policy, and law, will find this course indispensable. Students will demonstrate skill at applying theory to practice in “psychological notebooks”, integrative response papers and group activities.

Registration

Fall 2018 Registration

Course Reference Numbers

(4): 10195

Academic details

Fields of Study
Credits
4
Maximum Enrollment
25
Class Standing
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior

Schedule

Time Offered
Weekend
Advertised Schedule

Sunday 9a-4:50p: 9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/11, 12/2

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First Meeting

SEM 2 A2105 - Workshop
Location
Olympia