PSY 100 0500 - Introduction to Psychology
This course stresses adaptive human behavior in relation to the environment. Topics considered include: origins and methods of psychology, neuropsychological bases of behavior, maturation, motivation, emotion, learning frustration, and conflict.
Course Credit: 3
Prof. Yana Durmysheva | firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Instructions and Information:
Text: King, L.A. (2014). The Science of psychology: An appreciative view (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw Hill. (E-book
with Connect Access). Please see purchasing options with ISBN listed below.
Please note that Connect access includes subscription to the textbook in E-book format. Thus, you are only required to pay for Connect access. If you prefer to have access to the hard copy of the textbook, the most economical option would be to order a loose-leaf through Connect. You may also rent it or borrow at the college library. Please ask your instructor if you have additional questions.
Please note that Connect registration will close within the first two weeks of classes. If you do not register by then, you will have missed a large chunk of the course work and will fail the course.
1. Follow the link to Connect Registration Sheet posted on Blackboard, Course Information Folder
You will get an option to register for Connect Plus only, which includes access to Connect learning tool and the required text in E-book format, or pay extra to get the hard copy of the textbook in loose leaf format.
2. Buy at the college bookstore:
Connect Plus Card (which includes access to Connect learning tool and the required text in E-book format) ISBN # 9780077790189