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1 PSYC 440 HISTORY AND SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGY SPRING 2013 Mondays & Wednesdays, 4:00 5:15 p.m. HTH 101 Jacqueline L. Gattis, Psy.D. (PREFERRED I will get back to you faster) COURSE CREDITS 3 Undergraduate Units REQUIRED TEXTS Schultz, D. P., & Schultz, S. E. (2012). A history of modern psychology. 10 th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed to expose you to the philosophical underpinnings of scientific psychology and psychotherapy. We will examine the development of the discipline through the pre-modern, modern, and postmodern scientific periods. We will also examine the historical and theological developments that focused Western thought on the idea of self, a turn that gave psychology much of its power in the West. This class will challenge your thinking. Understanding philosophical concepts takes work, even for those well versed in the discipline. If you hang in there, you will understand the philosophical principles and historical movements upon which our current psychology rests. Once you understand the foundation you are free from the tyranny of the reigning paradigm/meta-narrative. You are free to alter the system or to create your own. LEARNING OUTCOMES INTELLECTUAL ENGAGEMENT 1. To expose students to the philosophical underpinnings of scientific and therapeutic psychology. 2. To examine the historical and cultural developments that gave rise to the idea of self and its implications for psychology. SPIRITUAL FORMATION 1. To explore the development of theology as it relates to Western ideas of the self and the development of psychology. 2. To explore the impact and implications of the student s faith on their psychology. PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE 1. To provide students a laboratory in which they can play with the ideas of philosophy and psychology and their practical implications. 2. To develop and apply critical thinking skills to the study of the history of psychology. SOCIO-CULTURAL RESPONSIVENESS 1. To increase student awareness of the cultural encapsulation of psychology.

2 SERVICES FOR DISABILITIES Medical or Psychological Disabilities For students with documented medical or psychological disabilities, documented temporary illness that requires missing 1 week of classes, or documented chronic illness please contact Beth Lorance, the Coordinator of Disability Services, to request reasonable accommodations. The Coordinator of Disability Services is located in the Counseling Center on the second floor of the Scott Academic Center and can be reached at extension 5256 or by at Learning Disabilities For students with a documented learning disability who would like to request appropriate accommodations, please contact Barbi Rouse, the Director of Learning Skills, located upstairs in Scott Academic Center at extension 2540 or by at NOTE: All students who will be taking the tests outside of the classroom MUST schedule to take the tests PRIOR to the in-class test time, or you will be expected to take the tests in class with no accommodations (e.g. extra time). You can schedule with Kathleen Durel (Undergraduate Psych Admin. Assistant) to take the tests in an office in the Psychology Building. It is recommended that you go to schedule the date of your out-of-class test a WEEK prior to the test date so that you can ensure that there are available rooms and that you will have the option of choosing quieter days/times (The Psych building can be loud, and it is recommended that you take your tests there on Fridays, as there is less foot traffic and fewer conversations happening in the hallways). CLASSROOM DIVERSITY STATEMENT As students and faculty at Vanguard University of Southern California, and foremost as Christian believers, we endeavor to communicate with honesty and confidentiality, to speak with encouraging and edifying words, and to create a safe environment where we shelter one another with love when vulnerabilities arise. This classroom intends to foster a Christ-centered community that promotes appreciation and respect for individuals, enhances the potential of its members, and values differences in gender, ethnicity, race, abilities, and generation. ASSIGNMENTS Reading/Movie Responses (50 points): Reading/Movie responses are required in this course. For each class period for which there has been material assigned to read (or to think about, with regard to the movies we will watch in class), students are expected to: 1) submit a reading/movie response PRIOR to class start time on Moodle; and 2) come to class prepared to discuss all assigned readings (not just the reading response question for the day) and movies. The reading response assignments and reflection questions are listed on Moodle. As these assignments are time stamped, you will be unable to submit late work. Each reading/movie response is worth two points for a complete, accurate response. One point will be given for a partial response. Zero points will be given for no response or a late submission. You are allotted to skip ONE reading/movie response and still earn the full 50 points. NOTE: For days where two chapters and, thus, two reading responses are required, you may only skip one of these responses and still earn the full 50 points.

3 Multiple Choice Quiz (50 points): One in-class multiple choice quiz. Scantron sheet required. Exams (1 st exam worth 250 points; 2 nd worth 300 points): Two in-class exams. The first exam will include multiple choice questions as well as an essay question. Blue book and scantron sheet required. The second exam will be taken in sections on two different days. Part I of Exam 2 will be an essay exam on 4/22/13. Bluebook required. Part 2 of Exam 2 will be multiple choice and held on 5/6/13 during the specific finals time set for the course. Scantron sheet required. Individual Outline Assignment & Group In-Class Timeline (100 points): The objective of this assignment & activity is to help you to consolidate your learning about the various historical events and figures and their impact on science/psychology that we have discussed in class. This activity has two parts. 1) Prior to class, each student will upload an outline to Moodle that names 5 events/figures you consider most significant in the history of psychology and provides a brief statement of why you consider them important (50 points); and 2) In small groups, you will jointly decide on and draw a single timeline depicting the 7 most significant events/figures in the history of psychology. As a group, you will informally explain your choices to me or my teaching assistant (50 points). Come prepared with your reading materials, notes, and a copy of your outline, if necessary. Your group will be graded on how well thought out your timeline is in addition to how well your group defends its choices. Each individual student will be graded on participation. Final Project: Future of Psychology (200 points): Historical, political, social, and cultural forces impact both the science and practice of psychology. For this project we will describe current forces exacting pressure on the nature of psychological practice. Together we will consider the impact of globalization, technology, advances in neuroscience, positive psychology, etc. In a small group you and your classmates will design a psychology of the future. Further details regarding the presentation will be provided in class. In addition to the group presentation, a brief, typed outline of every MAIN point that will be discussed in your presentation will be turned into me in hard copy on the day of your group presentation. There are two drafts of the outline (each group turns in one outline each time in hard copy) for your presentation that are due throughout the semester. The first outline draft is due: 2/25/2013, and the second draft is due: 3/27/2013. Each outline draft will be worth 5 points toward your final Future of Psychology presentation grade. The final outline will be worth 10 points toward your final Future of Psychology presentation grade. NOTE: The outline draft assignments are intended to help your group work on your presentation throughout the semester. So the drafts are expected to be rough, unfinished works-in-progress. Attendance/Participation (50 points): Your attendance and participation in class will be taken into consideration when assigning a final grade. NOTE: You are allotted to miss one class prior to and following the first exam while still earning the full 50 points. However, attendance at both Future of Psychology presentations is required. In other words, you may NOT count the day of the Future of Psychology presentations during which your group does not present as the day you are going to skip. Missing class on the day of presentations during which your group does not present will result in a loss of 10 points from your personal Future of Psychology presentation grade.

4 SUMMARY OF POSSIBLE POINTS FOR THE COURSE Attendance 50 Reading/Movie Responses 50 Timeline Personal Outline Assignment 50 Group In-Class Timeline 50 Quiz 50 Exam I 250 Exam II (Part A & B worth 150 each) 300 Future of Psychology Presentations 200 TOTAL = 1000 POINTS COURSE EVALUATION/GRADING CRITERIA = A = B = C = D = A = B = C = D = B = C = D- TENTATIVE COURSE SCHEDULE DATE TOPIC READING ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNMENT 1/14 Introduction Download Syllabus 1/16 The Study of the History of Psych; Greek Influences on Science/ Psych Schultz Ch 1 SKIP: The Data of History (pp. 4-8) & Schools of Thought in Evolution of Modern Psych (pp ) Classical World Ch 2 (on Moodle) p up to The First Natural Philosophers p Being and Becoming p The Classical Period: Social Context p Plato: The Allegory of the Cave Qualitative & Quantitative Research (on Moodle) Characteristics of Qualitative & Quantitative Research (on Moodle) Excerpts from Research and Evaluation in Education and Psychology (on Moodle) s (X2) Download Timeline 1/21 Martin Luther King, Jr Day

5 1/23 Greek Influences on Science/ Psych & Influences of the Middle Ages on Psych Classical World Ch 2 (on Moodle) p.71-end, Skip Early Christian Thought (77-78) Classical World Ch 3 (on Moodle) p Early, High, & Late Middle Ages (skip Islamic Psych) p Aquinas p Construction of the Individual (skip Individuality in Religious & Academic Thought) 111-end Renaissance (X2) 1/28 Transition to Modern Era Pickren Ch 2 (on Moodle) Up to p. 32 Reading the Signs of the Body 1/30 2/4 2/6 Modern Philosophical Influences on Psych MC QUIZ; Future of Psych Project Discussion Physiological Influences on Psych Schultz Ch 2 SKIP: The Calculating Engine (pp ), & David Hartley (p. 41) Associationism (on Moodle) Schultz Ch 3 SKIP: Method of Psychophysics (pp ) MC QUIZ; Download Grading Criteria for Future of Psych Project; Download Explanation of Future of Psych Project 2/11 The New Psych (Wundt); Structuralism Schultz Ch 4 & 5 SKIP: Brentano & Stumpf (pp ) s (X2) 2/13 Functionalism Schultz Ch 6 & 7 SKIP: Animal Psychology & Dev of Functionalism (pp ), The Continuing Evolution of Machines (pp ), From The Functional Inequality of Women through Functionalism at Columbia University (pp ); Read p. 156 s (X2) 2/18 Presidents Holiday

6 2/20 Functionalism Schultz Ch 8 SKIP: Hugo Munsterberg (pp ) 2/25 2/27 Behaviorism Schultz Ch 9 & 10 SKIP: Twitmyer & Bekhterev (pp ) Behaviorism Schultz Ch 11 SKIP: Clark Hull pp , Julian Rotter pp Draft I of Outline for Future of Psych Presentation (hard copy) s (X2) 3/4 3/6 3/11 3/13 Avatar Avatar Avatar Discussion; Exam Review Exam I Movie Response Movie Response; Upload Exam Question by 3/9/13 at 8:00 am if you want it addressed Exam I 3/18 3/20 3/25 Spring Break Spring Break Gestalt Psych; Possible Future of Psych Project In-Class Work Time Schultz Ch 12 SKIP: Isomorphism p. 278, Kurt Lewin pp Spring Break Spring Break 3/27 Psychoanalysis Schultz Ch 13 SKIP: Gottfried Leibnitz p. 288, The Emmanuel Movement pp , Psychoanalysis as a System of Personality pp ; Draft II of Outline for Presentation (hard copy)

7 4/1 Humanism; Cognitive Psych Schultz Ch 14 & 15 Begin on p. 337 with: The Evolution of Personality Theory: Humanistic Psychology s (X2) SKIP: Dev of modern computer p. 359, AI pp , Animal Cognition pp , Animal Personality p. 365, The Influence of Sociobiology pp Criticism of Computer Metaphor for Brain Computer vs Connectionist Models for Brain 4/3 Feminism Pickren 11 (on Moodle) SKIP: Feminist Psychologies in International Context pp /8 4/10 Multiculturalism; Possible Future of Psych Project In-Class Work Time Postmodernism Pickren Ch 12 (on Moodle) Up to Psychologists & the Community on p. 296 Psychological Motives of Racism (on Moodle) The Psychology of Prejudice & Racism (on Moodle) Re-read Pickren Ch 11, ONLY last paragraph on p. 279 & 1st 2 paragraphs on p. 280 Jones article (on Moodle) 4/15 Postmodern Film TBA 4/17 Postmodern Film TBA; Postmodern Film Discussion Movie Response 4/22 Exam II Essay; Group Activity Creating a Timeline, Defending Your Choices Exam II Essay; Movie Response; Upload Outline for Timeline 4/24 The Future of Psychology Presentations Future of Psych Presentations

8 4/29 5/1 5/6 The Future of Psychology Presentations NO CLASS Exam II MC Future of Psych Presentations; Upload Exam 2 Question by 4/27/13 at 8:00 am if you want it addressed Exam II

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