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PSYC.1010-203: Introduction to Psychology/Hillier

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Welcome to Introduction to Psychology with Ashleigh Hillier

This course examines the major areas of Psychology including the nature of Psychology as a science, research methods, the relationship between physiological and psychological processes, principles of learning, sensation and perception, cognitive processes, motivation and emotion, personality, development, behavior in social and cultural context, and psychological disorders.

Required Text

Myers, D.G. & DeWall, C.N. (2018). Psychology (12th Ed). New York, NY: Worth Publishers. Regular version, not module version. Available used in the book store.

Dr. Robert Waldinger/ What Makes a Happy Life?

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Dr.Sarah Jayne Blakemore

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Dr.David R. Williams

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