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History of Psych Class notes


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC85H3
Professor
Gerald Cupchik

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HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC85)
FALL 2011
Course Outline
Contact Details:
Professor: Gerald Cupchik
Office: SW634
Email: cupchik@utsc.utoronto.ca
Office Hours: Wednesdays 2-3 pm; Thursdays 11-12 pm
Phone: 416-287-7467
TA: Michelle Hilscher
Office: SW142C
Email: hilscher@utsc.utoronto.ca
Office Hours: Thursdays 9-10am
TA: Ian Miller
Office: SW142C
Email: i.miller@utoronto.ca
Office Hours: TBA
Textbook: John G. Benjafield’s (2010) A history of psychology, 3
rd
Edition. Published by Oxford University Press.
Lectures: Thursdays in HW214, 1-3 pm
Blackboard Usage:
- Lecture slides will be posted on Wednesday evenings on Blackboard.
- Midterm grades will be posted in the Grade Book.
- Please check the Blackboard Announcements regularly to make sure you keep
up to date with what’s happening in the course.
Goals of the course:
The course offers an overview of developments in psychology both as a
profession and as a discipline. Special attention is given to:
a. The philosophical contributions of the ancient Greeks.
b. The emergence of science during the Renaissance.
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