PSY201 :  General Psychology

PSY201 is the first of a two-term sequence. This course is designed to provide the student with a basic understanding of information pertaining to the following topics: the history of psychology, the scientific methods, the physiological and biological basis of behavior, sensory processes, perception, consciousness, human development, learning, memory, language and cognition and related topics. Current trends are discussed and an emphasis is placed on practical application of the information for understanding behavior.
Prerequisite: WR090 with a grade of "C" or better or placement into WR115; and RD090 or placement into RD115.
Credit Hours: 4
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