Assignment On Streetcar Named Desire Reflection

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HOWARD UNIVERSITYDEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGYPSYC 050- INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY - FALL, 2014Instructor: Ms. Nere AyuOffice: Room N-286/299 C. B. PowellTA: Porsche BoddickerCLASS MEETINGS: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays - 1:10 - 2:00 p.m.OFFICE HOURS: Mondays & Wednesdays - 2:10 - 3:00 and by appointmentCOURSE DESCRIPTION:This course examines the basic topics in psychology. It is designed to provide an introduction to and overview of the general concepts and theoretical perspectives associated with some of the major areas in the field of psychology.COURSE REQUIREMENTS:Final grades will be based on research credits (5 required points), two tests and two exams (one mid-term and one final). All exams will be multiple-choice.EVALUATION:Test #1 20 pointsTest #2 20 pointsMidterm Exam 30 pointsFinal Exam 25 pointsExperiments 5 points --You MUST participate in designated on-campus researchFINAL GRADE Based on 100 potential total points**NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO MAKE-UP EXAMS and YOU MUST TAKE EVERY EXAM. However, you will have the option of dropping your first test grade, assuming your midterm exam is satisfactory. In this case, your second test (not the midterm) will be counted twice. Your final grade will be based on a total of 100 points.10% OF THE QUESTIONS ON ALL EXAMS WILL COME DIRECTLY FROM LECTURES (not based on the textbook).REQUIRED READINGS:The required text for the course is:Zimbardo, P.G., Johnson, R.L. & McCann, A.L. (2014). Psychology: Core Concepts, 7th Edition. Boston: PearsonAdditional readings may be assigned throughout the course.Students are expected to complete the indicated readings BEFORE coming to each class.SYLLABUSWeek Topic Reading1….8/25 Introduction and Course Requirements1….8/27- 8/29 Mind, Behavior, and Psychological Science Ch. 1Monday 9/1 LABOR DAY HOLIDAY2….9/3 - 9/5 Mind, Behavior, and Psychological Science Ch. 13….9/8-9/12 Biopsychology, Neuroscience, and Human Nature Ch. 24….9/15-9/19 Biopsychology, Neuroscience, and Human Nature Ch. 25....9/22 Review for Test 15….Wednesday 9/24 TEST #1 Chapters 1-2Friday 9/26 CONVOCATION (Classes Suspended 10:00AM - 1:00 PM)6….9/29-10/3 Learning and Human Nurture Ch. 47….10/6-10/8 Learning and Human Nurture Ch. 47….Friday 10/10 MIDTERM EXAM Chapters 1-2, 4Monday 10/13 COLUMBUS DAY HOLIDAY8.…10/15-10/17 Thinking and Intelligence Ch. 69….10/20-10/24 Development Over the Lifespan Ch. 710…10/27-10/31 Development Over the Lifespan Ch. 711…11/3-11/7 Social Psychology Ch. 1112…11/10-11/12 From Stress to Health and Well Being Ch. 1412….11/14 TEST #2 Chapters 6-7, 11, 1413…11/17-11/21 Personality: Theories of the Whole person Ch. 1014…11/24 Psychological Disorders Ch. 12Wednesday 11/26 No Class (All Classes Suspended at Noon)14…...11/27-11/30 THANKSGIVING RECESS15….12/1-12/3 Therapies for Psychological Disorders Ch. 13FINAL EXAM FINAL EXAM Chpts. 6-7, 10-14Date: Friday December 12, 2014 Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm

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