Course ObjectiveA first introduction to the field of psychology
Course ContentThe course provides an overview of the field of psychology. What are the
genetic and biological fundamentals of behavior? What is consciousness?
How do we sense and perceive the (visual) world? How do we learn,
remember, and think? Why do we behave as we do? Apart from these very
fundamental questions, the course will also cover, among others, the
following topics: intelligence, social psychology, developmental
psychology, personality, psychopathology, and the treatment of
Teaching MethodsTwo lectures per week
Contact hours: 168 (28 lecture, 3 exam, 137 self-study)
Method of Assessment- Multiple choice exam
LiteratureGazzaniga, M.S. (2018). Psychological Science (6th edition). Norton.
Additional InformationLectures will be in English.
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Fac. of Behavioural and Movement Science|
|Course Coordinator||dr. W. Donk|
|Examiner||dr. W. Donk|
dr. W. Donk
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