General Psychology. Course Syllabus

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1 COURSE TITLE General Psychology General Psychology Course Syllabus COURSE NUMBER PSY 2012 PREREQUISITES English Composition I with a grade of C, or ACT Reading 018 and ACT English 017, or CPT-R 083 and CPT-L 083, or SAT I Verbal - Enhanced 440, or FCAT Reading 355 CREDIT HOURS 3 CONTACT HOURS CLASS MEETING TIMES CLASS METHOD 45 Mondays & Wednesdays 11:00 AM to 12:15 in TWFAC2407 This course blends traditional face-to-face and online learning. Students are expected to attend classroom sessions on Mondays & Wednesdays from 11:00 AM to 12:15 as well as participate in online activities as assigned. INSTRUCTOR OFFICE HOURS COURSE DESCRIPTION COURSE OBJECTIVES Dr. Katheryn A. Eads, PhD or Office Location: C210 Office: Cell: Mon & Wed 4:00-7:00 pm/ Tues & Thurs 12:00-2:00 PM General Psychology is an introduction to the field and provides the student with an overview of the major areas of study. This course examines the behaviors and mental processes that are affected by an organism s physical state, mental state, and external environment. Topics discussed include: major models in psychology, major principles of memory, research methods used in psychology, social psychology, the organization of the human brain and the biological bases of behavior, principles of learning, major theories of personality development, stress and its effects on health, intelligence, development in infancy and childhood, and psychological disorders and treatment. Upon completion of this course, student will be able to: Identify the significant characteristics of each major psychological theory. Discuss the role of research in the development of psychology as a science. Explain the biological basis of behavior. Explain the biological basis of behavior and how it relates to cognition. Explain the biological basis of behavior and how it relates to motivation and emotion. Explain the cognition of stress and coping. Describe the major approaches to human learning. Discuss the influences of the social environment on the individual. Describe how our behavior & mental processes change by being a member of a group. Apply knowledge of psychology to their own life & to what they learn in other courses. Learn to think critically about psychological issues and human behavior.

2 REQUIRED TEXTBOOK PUBLISHER Psychology, 4e- Custom Textbook with MyPsychLab Pearson Custom Library AUTHORS Ciccarelli and White ISBN etext with Mypsychlab ISBN: OR Loose-Leaf Text with MyPsychLab ISBN: Please note: PROPOSED COURSE SCHEDULE The course schedule is subject to change to meet the needs of the course and its students. If you miss a class, it is YOUR responsibility to stay current. Date Textbook Chapters Topics Assignments Week 1 Aug 21 st Syllabus Review and Introduction to Course Aug 31 st Chapter 1: Psychology in Action Unethical Research (15 pts) Week 2 Chapter 2: The Science of Psychology Week 1 Quiz: Chap 1-2 (10 pts) Sept 1 st Chapter 3: The Biological Perspective Stem Cell Research (15 pts) Sept 7 th ** 9/1- Labor Day- College Closed Week 2 Quiz: Chap 3 (10 pts) Week 3 Sept 8 th Chapter 4: Sensation and Perception Senses, Mood & Behavior (15 pts) Sept 14 th Week 4 Week 3 Quiz: Chap 4 (10 pts) Sept 15 th Chapter 5: Learning Operant Conditioning (15 pts) Sept 21 st Week 5 Sept 22 nd Chapter 6: Consciousness Sleep (15 pts) Week 4 Quiz: Chap 5 (10 pts) Psych I have Chosen form (45 pts) Sept 28 th Chapter 7: Memory Week 5 Quiz: Chap 6 & 7 (10 pts) Week 6 Sept 29 th Chapter 8: Cognition: Thinking, Reaction Paper #1 (35 pts) IQ Test (15 pts) Oct 5 th Intelligence and Language Week 6 Quiz: Chap 8 (10 pts) Week 7 Oct 6 th Oct 12 th Chapter 9: Motivation and Emotion Motivation in Film (15 pts) Week 7 Quiz: Chap 9 (10 pts)

3 Week 8 Oct 13 th Monday- Review Oct 19 th 11-1: Midterm: Chapters 1-9 Midterm (100 pts) Week 9 Oct 20 th Chapter 10: Development Across the Preschool TV (15 pts) Oct 26 th Lifespan Week 9 Quiz: 10 (10 pts) Week 10 Oct 27 th Chapter 11: Social Psychology Social Norms (15 pts) Nov 2 nd Week 11 Week 10 Quiz: Chap 11 (10 pts) Reaction Paper #2 (35 pts) Nov 3 rd Chapter 12: Stress and Health AIDS in Film (15 pts) Nov 9 th Chapter 13: Sexuality and Gender Wk 11 Quiz: Ch 12&13 (10 pts) Week 12 Nov 10 th Nov 16 th Week 13 Chapter 14: Psychological Disorders Psychosis in Film (15 pts) Week 12 Quiz: Chap 14 (10 pts) Nov 17 th Veterans Day HOLIDAY Personality Test (15 pts) Nov 23 rd Chapter 15: Theories of Personality Week 13 Quiz: 15 (10 pts) Reaction Paper #3 (35 pts) Week 14 Nov 24 th Nov 30 th Week 15 Dec 1 st Monday-Poster Presentation Day Thanksgiving Wed- Sun HOLIDAY Chapter 16: Psychological Treatment Poster/ Paper Due (250 pts) Bad Behavior (15 pts) Dec 7 th Review Week 15 Quiz: Chap 15 & 16 (10 pt) Week 16 Dec 8th 11-5: Final Exam: Chapters 9-16 Final (200 pts)

4 STUDENT EVALUATION AND COURSE POLICIES STUDENT GRADE DETERMINATION FKCC GRADING SCALE 130 pts Quizzes (10 pts each) 1000 possible points: 195 pts Assignments ( 15 pts each) 900 and higher % A 90 pts Reaction Papers (30 pts each) 800 to % B 100 pts Midterm 700 to % C 200 pts Final 600 to % D 35 pts Project Form 500 and below Below 60% F 250 pts Poster & Paper (150pts/ 100 pts) 1000 pts Final Grade Exam and Quiz Policy I recommend the following general process for studying each chapter: o Read each chapter once to get an idea of its contents. o Read the chapter carefully, ensuring you understand each concept. A total of thirteen quizzes will be given during the term. Quizzes will be given through the FKCC D2L courseroom. Quizzes are to be completed by the end of each week (Sunday by Midnight). These are to be completed INDIVIDUALLY! They are NOT GROUP WORK! The midterm and final exams will be open book/open note; and I will conduct a review in order to answer any questions prior to you taking the exams. The questions will be challenging. You should study as if the exams were closed book, because you won t have time to look up every answer. If you have to look up more than a few answers, you will run out of time. The midterm exam will be given in week eight. The midterm will consist of 50 questions with 5 bonus questions; covering material from the beginning of class to the midterm date. Questions will be a mixture of multiple choice, true/false, fill in the blank and short answer. The midterm will be given in the library on 10/15 from 11AM to 1PM. You will have a total of 120 minutes to complete the midterm exam. Questions will be a mixture of multiple choice, true/false, matching, fill in the blank and short answer. At the discretion of the professor, a makeup Midterm exam may be offered to students with emergencies, but only if they can provide acceptable documentation of the emergency (e.g., hospital admit slip, etc.). The instructor reserves the right to change the format of any makeup exams (e.g., to essay questions). The final exam will be given in the library on 12/8 from 11AM to 5PM. You will have a total of 180 minutes to complete the exam. The final will consist of 100 questions with 10 bonus questions; covering material from the date of the midterm until the date of the final. Questions will be a mixture of multiple choice, true/false, matching, fill in the blank and short answer. The final exam cannot be made up for any reason. Reading Assignments and Homework To succeed in this course, you should do all assigned textbook readings and review class notes frequently. Homework is due on Sunday of each week. Any assignment not submitted by the specified date is considered late, unless you have contacted me and I have approved an extension in advance. Homework will be accepted late; however you will lose points for any late work. If turned in during the week due a 3 point penalty will be assessed. Submissions over a week late, but not more than one month late, will be accepted for half credit. No work completed over a month late will be accepted.

5 In class assignments & quizzes cannot be made up. If you do not attend class on the day they are assigned you will not be provided with the assignment to complete. If you are out of contact and miss a deadline due to an extenuating circumstance, I expect you to contact me as soon as possible to discuss the situation. No exceptions will be made to the above policies unless you can provide documentation of the situation that I consider adequate. Internet connection problems are not an acceptable excuse for late work. You should have a plan in place for internet access in case your primary method is unavailable. I strongly recommend submitting assignments at least one full day early to allow time to recover from technical problems. Attendance & Participation Students will attend classes in accordance with the FKCC Attendance Policy. I will take attendance each class, so it is important that you attend each scheduled class session. NOTE: An instructor may withdraw a student from courses for excessive absences and/or non-attendance up to the 70% point in the semester. Class participation is defined as actively participating in classroom activities and discussions. In order to receive credit for class participation, students must be present in class. There will be at least one assignment due every week of the semester. These may include class participation, quizzes, homework, exams, or a combination of these. In other words, class absences will have a direct impact on your ability to participate. It is expected that students will properly participant in class and act in a professional manner by: Attending class daily, arriving on time and prepared. Respecting the views of others before, during and after class. Turning off cell phones & pagers while in class unless express permission is granted to have them on for a limited time. Answering a phone during an exam will result in expulsion from the classroom. Not attending to outside matters during class (text messaging & work for other courses). If I see you texting in class I will ask you to leave the classroom. Not using computers or other devices unless as a part of the course itself. Following the provided course calendar in order to remain up to date on all assignments, reading, quizzes and tests. Turning in all work on time. Promptly communicating about absences or other problems affecting your ability to participate and be successful in class. Staying until class is dismissed. Classwork will be provided throughout the course and are to be completed in the course of or following the lecture. Failure to attend class on the day the work is assigned will result in the student being unable to complete the work. Academic Honesty & Plagiarism Students are expected to respect and uphold the standards of honesty in submitting written work to instructors. Though occurring in many forms, plagiarism in essence involves the presentation of another person s work as if it were the work of the presenter. This INCLUDES use of a prior student s homework, assignments, reaction papers or course project materials; and cutting and pasting from ANY source. Any cheating or plagiarism will result in disciplinary action to be determined by the instructor based on the severity and nature of the offense. It is the student s responsibility to review the College s policy on Academic Honesty.

6 Special Needs If you have any special needs or requirements pertaining to this course, please discuss them with the instructor early in the term. If you have special needs as addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and need assistance, please notify the Office for Students with Disabilities at via at: or the course instructor immediately. Reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate your special needs. Copyright Notice The materials and content provided in this course is intended only for registered Florida Keys Community College students who have paid their tuition and fees to attend this course. Materials that are affected include, but are not limited to, text, still images, audio recordings, video recordings, simulations, animations, diagrams, charts, and graphs. Every effort has been made to insure these materials are not disseminated to anyone beyond those who have legally registered for this course. Download, revision, or distribution of course material with anyone other than registered classmates and the instructor is strictly prohibited. Students are expected to familiarize themselves with FKCC Policies, which can be found in the current Student Handbook.

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