Fall 2019 Class Times: W/F 10:10-11:30am
Fall 2019 Office Hours: W 2:15-3:15, F 1:00-2:00pm, or by appointment
How does the mind create the reality we perceive? How do experiences shape the brain, and how do processes in the brain influence thought, emotion and behavior? This course investigates these and similar questions by studying the science of the human mind and behavior. The course covers topics such as memory, perception, development, psychopathology, personality, and social behavior. A focus is on the biological, cognitive, and social/cultural roots that give rise to human experience. Additionally, the course will consider how behavior differs among people, and across situations.
- Fall 2019 syllabus
- Digital textbook: Krause & Corts (2015). Revel for Psychological Science—Digital Access (2nd ed.). Pearson. ISBN: 9780134225982
- Additional materials will be posted on Moodle2 (stimulusF17)