Listed in: Psychology, as PSYC-100
Formerly listed as: PSYC-11
Elizabeth T. Kneeland (Section 09J)
Julia D. McQuade (Sections 05J and 08J)
Catherine A. Sanderson (Sections 02J, 06J and 10J)
Matthew Schulkind (Sections 01J, 04J and 07J)
Rebecca R. Totton (Section 03J)
An introduction to the nature of psychological inquiry regarding the origins, variability, and change of human behavior. As such, the course focuses on the nature-nurture controversy, the processes associated with cognitive and emotional development, the role of personal characteristics and situational conditions in shaping behavior, and various approaches to psychotherapy. STUDENTS WHO HAVE TAKEN AP PSYCH AND RECEIVED A 4 OR A 5 ON THE EXAM ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO TAKE PSYC 100.
Not open to five college students. Janurary term. Professors Sanderson, Schulkind, McQuade; Assistant Professor Kneeland and Visiting Professor Totton.
If Overenrolled: Preference given to first- and second-year students .