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Course Objectives and Expectations: You are enrolled in this course as part of a larger learning community. You will learn about psychology in this class and apply what you learn to a better understanding of religious experience.
The interface between psychology and religion is not new. Psychology 105 of the first psychologists, a man named William James, wrote a book called The Varieties of Religious Experience on this very issue. This course is an exciting opportunity to address human thought and behavior from two very distinct but complementary disciplines.
This course is designed to be an undergraduate level overview of current topics in psychology. We will consider the field of psychology from both an empirical and an applied standpoint. The course will be research Psychology 105 in emphasis. Using your UNI course we will help you learn to address scientific and applied issues as a psychologist might view them.
Major schools of thought will be reviewed as they address the study of human behavior. Students will be encouraged to develop a scientifically critical frame of reference as it relates to the understanding of concepts is psychology and religion.
This course is not designed to help students gain proficiency in any form of psychotherapy or in the diagnosis of mental illness.
Internet Access to Course Materials Help with the textbook materials and copies of my class notes can be found on my home page located at: For this class this means that class notes will not be available when more than one student misses class with an unacceptable excuse.
THINK before you miss! Not only will you be missing vital material but you are likely to cause your classmates to miss vital material. Course Evaluation and Grading: Students will be evaluated on their performance on two midterms and a final examination.
Exams will be multiple choice in format. Students are responsible for material presented in the text that is not discussed in class. Students will participate in four interclass assignments.
Two of these assignments will be based in Dr. Two will be based in this class and graded by me. Assignment number one is a two- three pages essay based on a video Dr. Berg will show in class.
Assignment number two is a written case study asking you to describe a religious figure in either the Old or New Testament, the Koran or other major religious text. Further details about these two assignments will be provided in class.
You will have time to work on these assignments with Ms. Hogan during your UNI class. Active discussion is encouraged in class, especially as it pertains to the topic.
Students may obtain extra credit up to 5 percent of their total grade for exemplary participation. Please note that extra credit will be given for quality as compared to quantity of contribution.
It may also be worth noting that one must be present in class on a regular basis to participate in class on a regular basis. Exams will be given on the dates noted on this syllabus. Dates for exams will not change. Makeup examinations will be given only in the case of a medical illness requiring bedrest the day of the examination or a death in the immediate family.
If you do not obtain such a note, you will not be permitted to make up an examination. You must get a note. I am aware that the Wellness Center does not give out notes excusing students from class. You should make other arrangements to document your illness if you are unable to obtain a note from the Wellness Center.
Please bring a scantron sheet and a 2 pencil to each examination.PSY (Formerly SS ) - Introduction to Psychology This is a survey of the major areas of psychology, including human growth and development, social behavior, cognition, learning, personality theory, personal adjustment, abnormal behavior and psychological measurement (3 Credits).
Psy Introduction To Psychology by Strayer University is available now for quick shipment to any US location. This 3rd edition book is in good condition or . [SSCI] Introductory Psychology 3 Survey of the basic terms, processes, principles, and theories related to the scientific study of human behavior.
Typically offered Fall. Introduction to Addiction Studies 3 Analysis of cultural, societal, individual, and physiological factors underlying drug addiction. Psych (General psychology or equivalent) plus 15 credits (18 credits total) in psychology with a grade of C or better.
I received a grade of C-, will this count towards a major/minor in psych?
No. [SSCI] Introductory Psychology 3 Survey of the basic terms, processes, principles, and theories related to the scientific study of human behavior. Typically offered Fall. Introduction to Addiction Studies 3 Analysis of cultural, societal, individual, and physiological factors underlying drug addiction.
According to the text, the effectiveness of various approaches to therapy found that although success rates vary somewhat by treatment form, most treatments show that success rates range from about _____% greater success for treated compared with untreated individuals.