Introduction to Psychology 3-0
A survey of the major principles derived from research on human and animal behavior. Topics studied include learning, thinking, motivation, emotion, personality, the senses, perception, and the form and functions of the nervous system. PSY 1300 is a prerequisite for all other psychology courses.
- 13 assignments (with options for online submission)
- 2 exams, proctored at a testing center
- Students in this course may submit no more than two assignments each week.
Sternberg, In Search of the Human Mind, 1st edition, 1995. ISBN: 0155024868
- Course Materials:
PSY 1300 study guide (provided by the Office of Distance and Extended Learning)
- Instructor: Christopher Wilson, PhD
- Tuition: $808.74
Acquiring Course Materials
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Take a look inside this course.
You can view the Introduction and Lesson One of the PSY 1300 study guide.