Psyc 100 Psyc 102
Introduction to Psychology II
Tuesdays & Thursdays
16:30 – 17:50 in Images Theatre
The Course Syllabus
a way of looking at human behaviour. Teaching Philosophy – Who am I?
lenses Office Hours
depends on your perspective What will make this a ‘Great Class’ for you?
Definition: What ‘conditions’ need to exist?
Psychology is the study of behaviour and the More conditions?
mind. Expectations? All in?
WebCT Tour (https://webct.sfu.ca)
Dualism versus Monism☺ Class Outlines (Caveat)
What about the Course Syllabus?
Audio Recordings (Caveat)
The Course Syllabus Who are you? Why are you here?
iClicker2 (text quizzes) (Old iClicker OK?) Index Card:
Written Assignment Your Name
Assignment Syllabus Your Student #
Where you consider ‘home’
Research Participation (when ready) Why are you taking this course?
On the other side: Numbers 1 to 10
What do you already know about human
Passer, Smith, Atkinson, Mitchell, & Muir (2011). behaviour and the mind?
Psychology: Frontiers and Applications (4th
Canadian ed.). Toronto, ON: McGraw-Hill Ryerson. 10 questions, 40 seconds each!
Connect What influences behaviour? Issues
B = f(P, E) Culture
Kurt Lewin Reciprocal Influences ☺
E = Environment maturation to development
Culture? individual to group
P = Person(ality) thoughts to behaviours
Normal versus/or/and Abnormal?
Seven Themes in Psychology Seven Themes in Psychology
Psychology is empirical.