1 Angelina College 1/20/2015 Liberal Arts Division Psychology 2301 General Psychology - INTERNET Instructional Syllabus I. BASIC COURSE INFORMATION A. Course Description: (as stated in the bulletin, including necessary pre-requisite courses, credit hours) Psychology General Psychology. Three hours credit. Survey of major topics in psychology. Introduces the study of behavior and the factors that determine and affect behavior. A basic overview of the discipline known as psychology and a brief history of the field. Attention will be focused on such areas as: interaction of heredity, environment, and maturation; personality and mental health; psychopathology; sexuality; and aging and death. General Psychology is a survey of the major psychological topics, theories and approaches to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. B. Intended Audience: The intended audience is any student who desires to improve their knowledge and understanding of psychology. C. Instructor: Name: Kelly Naramore Office Location: N/A Office Hours: By Appointment Phone: Address: II. INTENDED STUDENT OUTCOMES: A. Core Objective Required for this Course: 1. Critical Thinking: to include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. 2. Communication: to include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. 3. Empirical and Quantitative Skills: to include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. 4. Social Responsibility: to include intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities. B. Course Learning Outcomes for all Sections (Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Lower-Division Academic Guide Manual): Upon successful completion of this course, students will: 1. Research methods: Identify research findings through the application of the scientific method. OR Exhibit an understanding and ability to apply basic research methods in psychology including research design, data analysis, and interpretation. 2. Identify factors in the historical development of the study of human behavior including current theoretical perspectives prominent in the field of psychology. 3. Identify terminology unique to the study of psychology. 4. Identify accepted approaches and standards in psychological assessment and evaluation. 5. Identify factors in physiological and psychological processes involved in human behavior. C. Course Outcomes as determined by the Instructor There are no other specific objectives for this course.
2 III. ASSESSMENT MEASURES: Page 2 A. Assessments for the Core Objectives: 1. Critical Thinking: Students will demonstrate the ability to think creatively, to innovate, inquire, and analyze, evaluate and synthesize information. They will be assessed using embedded questions. Outcomes will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. 2. Communication: Students will demonstrate the ability to effectively develop, interpret and express ideas through written, oral and visual communication. They will be assessed using embedded questions. Outcomes will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. 3. Empirical and Quantitative Skills: Students will demonstrate the ability to manipulate and to analyze numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. They will be assessed using embedded questions. Outcomes will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. 4. Social Responsibility: Students will demonstrate the ability to include intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities. They will be assessed using a Social Responsibility Flyer assignment. Outcomes will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. B. Assessments for the Course Learning Outcomes 1. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify research findings through the application of the scientific method OR exhibit an understanding and ability to apply basic research methods in psychology including research design, data analysis, and interpretation through the successful completion of embedded exam questions, class discussions, and assignments. Outcome will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. 2. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify factors in the historical development of the study of human behavior including current theoretical perspectives prominent in the field of psychology through the successful completion of embedded exam questions, class discussions, and assignments. Outcome will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. 3. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify terminology unique to the study of psychology through the successful completion of embedded exam questions, class discussions, and assignments. Outcome will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. 4. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify accepted approaches and standards in psychological assessment and evaluation through the successful completion of embedded exam questions, class discussions, and assignments. Outcome will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. 5. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify factors in physiological and psychological processes involved in human behavior through the successful completion of embedded exam questions, class discussions, and assignments. Outcome will be assessed using the Angelina College standardized rubric. C. Assessments for Course Outcomes as determined by the Instructor N/A IV. INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES: A. Methodologies common to all sections Methodologies which are utilized in presenting course content include (but are not limited to) reading material, assignments, discussions, audio-visual presentations, and critical thinking exercises. B. Methodologies determined by the Instructor N/A V. COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND POLICIES: A. Required Textbooks, Materials, and Equipment Required Text: Comer, R., & Gould, E. Psychology Around Us. 2nd Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Publishers. Required Material: WileyPlus access code to accompany Psychology Around Us.
3 B. Course Policies (This course conforms to the policies of Angelina College as stated in the Angelina College Handbook.) Page 3 Academic Assistance If you have a disability (as cited in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) that may affect your participation in this class, you should see Karen Bowser, Room 208 of the Student Center. At a post-secondary institution, you must self-identify as a person with a disability; Ms. Bowser will assist you with the necessary information to do so. Angelina College (AC) admits students without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age. Inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies of AC should be directed to: Dr. Patricia McKenzie, Vice President and Dean of Instruction, 3500 South First, Lufkin, TX 75904, telephone Attendance - Attendance in an internet course is essential for successfully mastering the course objectives. Attendance in an internet course is registered by logging onto the class daily. An important responsibility for you as a student is to respond to s. If you do not respond to my s promptly, then you will lose attendance points for that week. This will require you to log on daily to check your s. Also, if you do not respond to my s you may be prohibited from participating in the class. This may also include being denied access to the class. If you are denied access, or prohibited from participation, the deadlines and requirements for all class work are still applicable. Blackboard has a tracking system that allows the instructor to monitor each student s navigation throughout the system. It is not enough to simply log on and leave. You will need to log on daily to gather information, complete assignments, answer e- mails, and etc. You will have weekly discussions and other assignments that you will have to complete. You will receive an Attendance Grade in this class, so attending class will benefit you and not logging on will result in loss of attendance points (as well as any assignments you will have missed). If you fail to log on, then you will be considered absent. If you are absent more than allowed by Angelina College, then you may be dropped from the class. If you decide to no longer remain in this class on a permanent basis, it is your responsibility to formally withdraw from the class in the Admissions Office. Do not assume that you will be dropped from the class. Additional Policies Established by the Individual Instructor INTERNET CLASS WORK: Internet classes require a greater degree of independence and responsibility than traditional classes. You must learn to pace yourself, and find time in your schedule to work on the class. Internet classes typically take as much time as traditional classes overall. Internet classes just allow you to be more flexible with the time. You still have to put in the time. If you allow yourself to neglect your studies you will fall quickly behind and end up performing below your expectations. You should also have a reliable computer or access to a computer. Computer problems are NOT a valid reason for not completing work by the due date. CORRESPONDENCE WITHIN THE CLASS: Communication regarding this internet class ( s, turning in assignments, etc.) should be done using the function within Blackboard. I will typically respond to s within 24 hours within Blackboard. I expect the same response time from students. If you contact me through other means it may be longer before you receive a response. (However, you should remember that Angelina College is closed on Saturday and Sunday. If you me on Friday, you may not receive a response until Monday at the earliest). Therefore, you should not wait until the last minute before something is due before trying to contact me. The due dates for assignments will not be changed or extensions given. If you send attachments through Blackboard, then make sure they are in WordPerfect or Microsoft Word. DO NOT send attachments using MS Works. If I can t open it, then I can t grade your assignment. CLASS CONDUCT: Respect for your fellow class members and the instructor is expected at all times. You are expected to conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times. The impersonality and informality of the internet sometimes allows people to say things they may regret. If you are rude or offensive to me or any other student in the class, you will be dropped from the course. If you use off-color or vulgar language in any of your Blackboard communications, you will be dropped from the course. There is a zero tolerance policy for this unacceptable behavior. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and will result in permanent
4 Page 4 expulsion from the class and the issuance of a grade of F for the class. When a grade of F is issued for the above reasons, then the numeric grade will be recorded as a 0 (Zero) for the semester. PLAGIARISM/CHEATING: Plagiarism, Collusion, or Cheating (in any form) will result in an F in the course. Each student s work must be original and their own work. When a grade of F is issued for the above reasons, then the numeric grade will be recorded as a 0 (Zero) for the semester. The following standards, policies, and restrictions apply to all students: 1. It is to be clearly understood that a student is responsible for fulfilling all assignments on time. Any work missed will be assigned a "0". (See No. 3) 2. Instructors are in no way responsible for advising a student of what assignments or tests he has missed during his absence. It is the student's responsibility to find out what work was done and what assignments were made during his absence. Ignorance of a test or assignment will not excuse that person from taking the test, or turning in the assignment, with the rest of the class. 3. If the student is absent from a class on the day an assignment is due (or a test/quiz given), the instructor is under no obligation to allow him to make up the assignment or test (or turn it in late) unless the student can produce a valid or legal excuse. If an absence is unexcused, the instructor is under no obligation to allow a make-up. If absent because of a school trip, you will be expected to complete all assignments before the trip. If a Make-Up Test or quiz is allowed then it will be in the format of an essay test. Academic Freedom - The college experience frequently questions, researches, evaluates and assesses controversial issues. The classroom may serve as a forum for the presentation of a variety of ideas, none of which are intended injuriously. VI. COURSE OUTLINE: Description of the Course Activities including due dates, schedules, and deadlines. A. Assignments (Appropriate due dates, schedules, deadlines can be found on the attached Course Outline on Page 7) TESTS AND ASSIGNMENTS: Four Major Exams points each = 400 points Each exam will consist of 50 multiple-choice questions (1.5 pts each = 75 pts total) and short answer questions (25 points total). The fourth exam is the final and will NOT be comprehensive. Exams must be taken at the AC Testing Centers on the Lufkin campus or the Jasper campus. Each exam will be given on a scheduled Monday ONLY. Weekly Discussion Postings (14 Total) points each = 140 points Discussions will be posted in the Blackboard Calendar on Mondays and will also be ed to each student. Discussions will be due on the following Sunday by 11:50 p.m. (unless otherwise specified). Until further notice Discussions must be submitted to the instructor via Blackboard . Projects (Two Total) = 75 points 1) Chapter Project (25 points Refer to Attachment #1) 2) Critical Thinking Project (50 points Refer to Attachment #2) Each of the projects will be assigned on Monday or Tuesday and need to be turned in through Blackboard (Attachment function if necessary). Any other means of turning in an assignment must be pre-approved or specified by me in the assignment instructions.
5 Attendance (5 points per week) = 75 points Page 5 For each week that a student logs on, responds to s, AND completes all assignments, five points will be earned towards the attendance grade. If you do not log on during a week, then any assignment, or other class work, due that week may not be accepted. B. Required Content/Topics (common to all sections) Please Refer to Attached Course Outline. C. Additional Content (as required by the individual instructor) Relevant material will be provided as necessary. VII. EVALUATION AND GRADING: A. Grading Criteria (percents, extra credit, etc.) Grading Scale for Final Class Letter Grade : POINTS = A POINTS = B POINTS = C POINTS = D 413 PTS AND BELOW = F B. Determination of Grade (assignment of letter grades) Final Class Letter Grade: TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS = The final class letter grade will be based on total points accumulated (not percentages) from tests, discussions, assignments, projects, and attendance. 2. Cheating/Plagiarism (intentional or unintentional), or assisting others to cheat will result in an "F" for the course. 3. Exams and assignments will be discussed individually with students upon request. 4. Each student s work must be original and their own work. 5. The instructor will be available for consultation during office hours or by appointment. 6. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and will result in permanent expulsion from the class and the issuance of a grade of F for the class. VIII. SYLLABUS MODIFICATION: The instructor may modify the provisions of this syllabus to meet the individual class needs by informing the class in advance as to the changes being made.
6 Page 6 COURSE OUTLINE EXAM ONE EXAM TWO Chapter 1: Psychology: Yesterday and Today Chapter 2: Psychology as a Science Chapter 3: Human Development Chapter 4: Neuroscience Chapter 6: Consciousness Tentative Exam One Date: 2/16 Chapter 5: Sensation and Perception Chapter 7: Learning Chapter 8: Memory Chapter 9: Language and Thought EXAM THREE Tentative Exam Two Date: 3/23 Chapter 11: Motivation Chapter 12: Emotion, Stress, and Health Chapter 13: Personality Chapter 14: Social Psychology EXAM FOUR Tentative Exam Three Date: 4/13 Chapter 10: Intelligence Chapter 15: Psychological Disorders Chapter 16: Treatment of Psychological Disorders Final Exam Date: 5/4 **This Course Outline may be modified during the semester
7 Page 7 INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING APPOINTMENTS TO TAKE PSYCHOLOGY EXAMS An informing students of each upcoming exam will be sent on the Monday or Tuesday the week before each exam. The will contain specific instructions that students must follow to make arrangements to take each exam. The guidelines and deadlines for this class supersede all others. Instructions: Each student will need to make an appointment on-line with the Angelina College Testing Center to take the exams. The testing center has times available throughout the day, but the number of slots available at any given time is limited. They are filled on a first come first served basis. It is strongly recommended that you make an appointment as soon as possible since it takes time to complete the appointment process. Remember that the exam must be taken on that specific day. If the appointment times that you request are not available, then you must modify your schedule to take the exam at the testing center s available times. The latest appointment time available at the Lufkin Testing Center is 7:00 p.m. since the testing center closes at 8:00 p.m. The Jasper Testing Center does not have evening testing times available. All appointment times must be made on-line by completing the VCT/Internet Appointment Form in its entirety. The Appointment Forms are located on the AC Website with the Testing Center information. The Appointment Forms for the Lufkin and Jasper Centers are available on the Angelina College website at When making an exam appointment with the Testing Center you MUST use an Angelina College student address! The testing center will send an to confirm your appointment. If you do not receive a confirmation within 24 hours then it is your responsibility to contact the testing center to determine your appointment status. Do not wait to the testing center since it takes time to complete the appointment process. Once the testing center has confirmed your appointment time you will then need to me within Blackboard to inform me of that time. I will then make arrangements for an exam to be ready for you at that scheduled time. I EXPECT each student to complete all the steps involved with making an exam appointment by 3:00 p.m. on the Thursday before the scheduled exam date. ALL of these arrangements must be completed BEFORE the deadline. If you do not complete ALL of these arrangements BEFORE the Thursday deadline then you will be PROHIBITED from taking the exam.
8 Page 8 ANGELINA COLLEGE TESTING CENTER CORRESPONDENCE REQUIREMENTS When making an exam appointment with the Testing Center you MUST use an Angelina College student address! Click on the link provided below for information on using your student account. Technical problems occur with addresses @hotmail.com Non compliance with this requirement will result in failure to make an appointment for the exam. Make-up exams will not be given due to failure to follow these guidelines. Go to mail.student.angelina.edu Your username will be the first 3 digits of your student ID and the first initial of your first name and then your last name. Your password will be your birthdate, 8 digits, MMDDYYYY Go to "Settings" and change your password after you first log in. Example: Jane Student, student ID # , birthdate 01/02/1992 Username: 123jstudent Password: To reset your password at any time go to
9 Page 9 Angelina College APPOINTMENT GUIDELINES Requests for testing appointments must be made by no later than 3:00 p.m. the day before the desired test date. Weekends are not included (during the Fall and Spring semesters appointments must be made by 3:00 p.m. on Friday for a test on Monday during the Summer semesters appointments must be made by 3:00 p.m. Thursday for a test on Monday.) During the Fall and Spring semesters, evening testing by appointment will be available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 5:45 p.m. 8:30 p.m. During Summer semesters, evening testing by appointment will be available Monday and Thursday 5:45 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Tests with a two hour time limit must be scheduled two hours prior to closing to allow sufficient time for testing. Advance planning is necessary as some test times fill quickly and remaining times may not meet a student s individual scheduling needs. Last minute scheduling may result in a student not being able to test by deadlines set by their instructor(s). NOTE: The testing center closes at 5:00 p.m. Monday Friday (all tests started before 5 p.m. must be completed by this time). The evening shift arrives at 5:45 p.m. as stated above. NOTE: ALL APPOINTMENTS MUST BE MADE ON-LINE! S OR PHONE CALL RESERVATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED! *Lufkin - (days and Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings by appointment) Make appointment at *Jasper (days and evenings by appointment) - Make appointment at Jasper Teaching Center - (409) It is the student s responsibility to test within the dates designated by the instructor for each test. Students should consult the course syllabus or contact the instructor for information on test dates and deadlines. All changes and cancellations count toward the two cancellation limit. Photo identification is required to be admitted for ALL testing sessions. Rescheduling after the test deadline is only available with written authorization by course instructor. INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING VCT INTERNET APPOINTMENTS 1. Go to the Angelina College testing website at 2. Near the top of the page, next to Testing Appointment Forms click on the appropriate location (Lufkin, Crockett, Jasper or Livingston) for your appointment request. Read the information at the top of the form carefully. 3. Complete all of the blanks. Make sure you enter your address correctly. Many of our confirmations are sent back to a junk folder because of incorrect addresses. Be sure to use your Angelina College student address. If you do not know it, you can click My Student Tools on the tool bar at the top of the website. Then click AC Student Login Instructions and it will provide instructions for using and checking your AC . If you are taking exams for another college, please use your student address for that college. 4. You will receive a confirmation that will be sent to the address you provide. WE DO NOT CONFIRM APPOINTMENTS BY PHONE!
10 Attachment #1 Page 10 KELLY NARAMORE - PSYC 2301 INTERNET GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY Chapter Project: 25 points Chapter 5 (Sensation and Perception) Chapter 3 (Human Development) Chapter 14 (Social Psychology) Choose one of the chapters from the list above that you will not tested over for this class. 1. Read the Chapter (recommend doing an outline to help you, but you will not be required to turn it in). 2. Answer the following questions with as much detail as possible. (A) What are the 5 main ideas of the chapter? (B) What did YOU think was the most important idea of the chapter? Why? 3. Write 4 short answer questions based on the material from the chapter. Include a detailed answer to your question. Do not use any questions that require only yes/no responses. 4. Create a one page handout highlighting the important aspects, topic and/or ideas for the chapter. Your goal for this handout is to be able to use the information in the handout to teach others about the information in the chapter in a succinct manner. Be creative!!
11 Page 11 Attachment #2 KELLY NARAMORE - PSYC 2301 INTERNET GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY Critical Thinking Project: 50 points Begin this project early. Get feedback from your instructor early. Be sure to ask your questions about the project well before the project is due. Remember it is worth 50 points. Make sure you put 50 points worth of effort into this project. 1. Read Chapter Choose a specific psychological disorder from Chapter 15 (i.e. choose major depression not mood disorders ) 3. Research your disorder online for current causes and treatments. Make note of all internet sources. 4. Your project is to take the information from the chapter, internet sources and any other reputable research materials to provide the following information: A. Define the disorder and its core features (if necessary define the core features, for example: in Bipolar Disorder one of the core features is manic episodes, you would want to also define what a manic episode is for the part). B. Give the general prevalence of the disorder in society C. Summarize what the research says about the disorder. Discuss what the major schools of thought/theories say about the causes of the disorder. What do the major perspectives (pages 9-13 in your text; include Behaviorism, Psychoanalysis, Humanistic, Cognitive, Evolutionary, Biological and Sociocultural) say about the causes of the disorder? Make sure you know the difference between causation and correlation when citing information. You should not find any one cause for a disorder. Make sure you discuss biological (including chemical and genetic) as well as psychological causes. D. What are the current treatments for the disorder and what does the research say about these treatments (i.e. do they work, what is the success rate)? 5. Your project should answer all the above questions and discuss all the above information. All the information should be in a paper type format with an introductory paragraph, informational paragraphs, a conclusion paragraph and a listing of all resources used. You do not have to use APA format for this paper, but do not double space, use regular one inch margins and no larger than 12 size font. Make sure you do not plagiarize material from others. Put information in quotation marks that belongs to others or paraphrase that information with a notation of the source.
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