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Introduction to Psychological Science

Examination of psychological phenomena from biobehavioral and sociobehavioral perspectives. Contemporary issues in psychology such as intelligence, development, perception, learning, abnormal behavior, language, and social behavior are explored. Scientific methodology and its application to psychological phenomena are stressed. (No credit if taken after 100 or 101.) Does not fulfill the lab/field requirement. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Scientific Investigation of the Natural World requirement. (Not offered 2021-22).

Prerequisite: No Credit if taken after Psychology 100 or Psychology 101.

Degree requirement — Critical Perspectives: I

1 unit

Offerings

Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2020 Block 1 Introduction to Psychological Science Carole Martin TBA 25 / 7 06/18/2021
Fall 2020 Block 2 Introduction to Psychological Science Tricia Waters TBA 25 / 9 06/18/2021
Fall 2020 Block 3 Introduction to Psychological Science Tomi-Ann Roberts TBA 25 / 1 06/18/2021
Fall 2020 Block 4 Introduction to Psychological Science John Horner Tutt Science Building 324 25 / 0 06/18/2021
Spring 2021 Block 5 Introduction to Psychological Science Carole Martin TBA 25 / 3 06/18/2021
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