|Class Date||Chapter/Exam Reviews||Chapter
|1||Thinking Critically with Psychological Science
American Psychological Association
Test Your Memory
|3||Biology of Behavior
3D Brain Anatomy Web
Link to JAMA Article
Developing through the Lifespan
Web site on Disorders
Web links on Aging
Hospice and the Dying Process
(JOURNAL DUE March 6) EXAMPLE
|8||No Class – Spring Break|
|11||Motivation and Emotion
Article on College Success Predictors
|12||The Car Vandals cc
Sanford Prison Exper. cc
Article by Peggy McIntosh
Racism: Gardner’s Tale
The Doll Experiment cc
Stress, Health, & Human Flourishing
|14||Final Test – Click for Review|
Discovering Psychology – David Myers 9th Edition
Module 1 History and Scope of Psychology
Module 2 Research Strategies
Module 21 Studying and Building Memories
Module 22 Storage and Retrieval
Module 23 Forgetting Memory Construction
Module 3 Neural and Hormonal Systems
Module 4 The Brain
Module 5 Genetics Evolutionary Psychology and Behavior
Module 39 Basic Concepts of Psychological Disorders
Module 40 Schizophrenia
Module 41 Other Disorders
Module 9 Developmental Issues-Prenatal Development
Module 10 Infancy and Childhood
Module 11 Adolescence
Module 12 Adulthood
Module 34 Classic Perspectives on Personality
Module 35 Contemporary Perspectives on Personality
Module 18 Basic Learning Concepts and Classical Conditioning
Module 19 Operant Conditioning
Module 20 Biology Cognition and Learning
Module 28 Basic Motivational Concepts
Module 29 Hunger
Module 30 Theories and Physiology of Emotion
Module 31 Expressing and Experiencing Emotion
Module 36 Social Thinking and Social Influence
Module 37 Antisocial Relations
Module 38 Prosocial Relations
Module 32 Stress and Illness
Module 33 Health and Happiness
Grading System (link to CCRI grading system)
Final Exam –
***IF YOU MISS AN EXAM (1-4) YOU MUST TAKE THE FINAL
Extra Credit – There is an extra credit project.
JOURNAL (extra credit)
- An article related to topics outlined in class/book.
- Summarize article:
- Include hard copy of article
- Reference the article following the APA style
- Summarize the article
- State your opinion on the content/findings
- Typed doubled space summaries, 12 pt. Font, one (1) inch margins on all sides.
- Submit paper attached to the front of the article.
Journal of Social Psychology
Journal of General Psychology
*American Journal of Psychology
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
Journal of Applied Psychology
DEPARTMENT MINIMUM ATTENDENCE POLICY (MAP)
The Psychology Department requires that all students taking traditional “in-class” courses meet a minimum attendance requirement in order to earn a passing grade. Class attendance is defined as “attending class from start (no more then 10-minutes late) to finish.”
Students not meeting the Minimum Class Attendance requirement will receive a “WP” or “WF” as their final grade (depending on their class average).
Important: For 3-credit classes meeting once per week, students must complete a minimum of 11 classes (attending entire class) in order to meet the Department’s MAP requirement. It is the student’s responsibility to keep track of their attendance.
Important: For 3-credit classes meeting twice per week, students must complete a minimum of 22 classes (attending entire class) in order to meet the Department’s MAP requirement. It is the student’s responsibility to keep track of their attendance.
Important: For 3-credit classes meeting three times per week, students must complete a minimum of 33 classes (attending entire class) in order to meet the Department’s MAP requirement. It is the student’s responsibility to keep track of their attendance.
- Distance Learning, TV, Independent Study, Career Information, and Student Success classes do not have to meet the MAP requirement.
- School closings (storms, power, etc.) or instructor absences are counted as a completed class (counts toward the MAP requirement).
There will be no make-up exams.
Students should also refer to the following web page for a complete description of Classroom/Conduct rules and regulations. You are expected to know them and abide by them.
Violation of any of these rules (including those in the Student Disciplinary Code) may result in discipline that could include expulsion from this course.