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Fall 2020, Aug 31 - Dec 18
Jul 17, 2024
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PSYC 150 - Introduction to Psychology
Psychology, its tools and techniques, psychological factors influencing behavior, and some applications of psychological principles to understanding behavior patterns and societal problems. Topics typically include psychological methods, development, learning and memory, motivation and social factors. Other topics will be drawn from biological factors, mental processes, individual differences and mental health. This course meets General Education requirements: Social Awareness, Social Foundations and Race/ Ethnicity/Gender Issues and new Fall 2017 Self and Society, Self and Society Foundations and U.S. Diversity. Typically Offered Fall, Spring, Summer
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture, Synchronous Online Mtg Times, Fully Online, Face-to-face Online Supplement

Social and Behavioral Sciences Department

Course Attributes:
Big Rapids Campus, U.S. Diversity, Big Rapids Tuition**, Race-Ethnicity-Gender, Social Awareness-Foundations, Social Awareness, Self and Society, Self and Society Foundation

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