Introduction to Psychology

PSYCHOLOGICAL & BRAIN SCIENCES 100B

A survey and analysis of concepts, theory, and research covering the areas of biological psychology, human development, learning, memory, social psychology, and mental disorders and their treatment.. This is a general survey course designed to introduce students to the diversity of areas, approaches, and theories that comprise the study of mind and behavior. Psych 100B is required of all majors and is prerequisite to all upper-level courses in Psychology. Open to freshmen. NOTE: For freshmen with AP/IB exemption, and freshmen and sophomores concurrently enrolled in Psych 100B who are interested in exploring a few areas of Psychology within a seminar format, see Psych 102, First-Year Opportunity: Contemporary Issues in Psychology.
Course Attributes: EN S; BU BA; AS SSC; FA SSC; AR SSC

Section 01

Introduction to Psychology
INSTRUCTOR: Sommers, Colvett, Willroth
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Section 02

Introduction to Psychology
INSTRUCTOR: Sommers, Colvett, Willroth
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Section 21

Introduction to Psychology
INSTRUCTOR: Carraturo
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