課程名稱: 心理學原理 (PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY)
授課教師姓名及職稱: Franki Larrabee, Professor
適合修習對象: Undergraduate students need to get credits for psychology courses.
師生互動討論方式: Email, WeChat Group
1. Demonstrate comprehension of the quantitative and qualitative research techniques by which knowledge is discovered and organized in the discipline and by which research is conducted.
2. Recognize and identify definitions and examples of the major concepts and theories of the discipline.
3. Apply those concepts and theories in the analysis of real life situations.
4. Demonstrate knowledge of the topics listed in the course outline and proficiency in Library research skills appropriate to psychology.
週次1: (遠距教學)The Need for Psychological Science; Research Methods. (Chapter 1); Neural Communication; The Nervous System and the Endocrine System; The Brain; Behavior Genetics; Evolutionary Psychology. (Chapter 2).
週次2: (遠距教學)The Brain and Consciousness; Sleep and Dreams; Hypnosis; Drugs and Consciousness. (Chapter 3); Prenatal Development and the Newborn; Infancy and Childhood; Adolescence; Adulthood. (Chapter 4).
週次3: (遠距教學)Gender development; Sexuality. (Chapter 5); Basic Principles of Sensation and Perception; Vision; Hearing; Other Senses; Sensory Interaction. (Chapter 6).
週次4: (遠距教學)Classical Conditioning; Operant Conditioning; Learning. (Chapter 7); Building Memories; Memory Storage; Retrieval and Forgetting; Memory Construction Errors. (Chapter 8).
週次5: (遠距教學)Motivation; Emotion. (Chapter 10) Stress and Health I; Coping With Stress; Reducing Stress; Happiness. (Chapter 11); The Psychodynamic Theories; Humanistic Theories; Trait Theories; Social-Cognitive Theories; Exploring the Self. (Chapter 12); Social Thinking; Social Influence; Social Relations. (Chapter 13).
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- Unit Assignments (including Unit Quizzes, Discussions and Unit Textbook Assignments) --> 60%
- Midterm, Final Exam --> 30%
- Course Project --> 10%
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