PSYC 105 - Introduction to Psychology: A Survey
Semester Offered: Fall and Spring
This course is designed to introduce the student to fundamental psychological processes, their nature and development, and contemporary methods for their study through a survey of the major research areas in the field. Areas covered include the biological and evolutionary bases of thought and behavior, motivation and emotion, learning, memory, thinking, personality, developmental, and social psychology. Students are expected to participate in three hours of psychological research during the semester. The department.
Students may not take both 105 and PSYC 106 .
Open to all classes.
AP credit is not accepted as a substitute for this course in Psychology.
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