PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology

This course is the study of the facts, principles, research methods and theories of psychology. Students also review important aspects of the history of psychology as a field of study.

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Understand the disciplines of biological psychology and applied psychology and the research methods that apply to the disciplines.

Distinguish between conditions and learning, as related to psychology.

Define the key concepts, vocabulary, and early pioneers of the discipline.

Define social psychology and apply its aspects.

Demonstrate effective communication skills.

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