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PSĀ 101 Introductory Psychology: 3 semester hours

This first course gives a broad overview of the field of psychology. Major areas studied include the physiological basis of thought and action, perception of the environment, learning, motivation, behavior disorders, and behavior in groups. Though basic concepts and principles are stressed, the student is introduced to a variety of approaches to the subject matter of psychology. The student also becomes acquainted with some of the methods psychologists use to answer questions about behavior and mental processes. Students may have the opportunity to serve as research participants. Prerequisite for all other psychology courses. (Offered fall and spring semesters).

Nursing

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...the following courses: PS 101 Introductory Psychology , PS 124 Developmental Psychology , CO 101 Oral Communication...

Psychology

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...counted toward the major or minor (including PS 101 Introductory Psychology .) Career Opportunities Social service...

Sport, Health, and Exercise Psychology

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...counted toward the major or minor including PS 101 Introductory Psychology . Students pursuing a major...

Education

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...writing course and CO 101 Oral Communication . Proficiency...5-8) End. #182 PS 214 Psychology of...