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Central Texas College
Psychology 2301 – General Psychology
Semester: June 1, 2015 – July 25, 2015
Tuesday & Thursday: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Building: 7656, Room #12
Instructor: Lesly R. Krome, M. S. lrkrome@ksu.edu I. Introduction
A. General Psychology is a survey of the major psychological topics, theories, and approaches to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
B. This course satisfies three semester hours of the Social/Behavioral Science for the Associate of
Science and Associate of Arts degrees. Please check your degree plan to determine the status of this course in your program of study.
C. Through this course, students will prepare for contemporary challenges by developing and demonstrating critical
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B. Class Participation: Your instructor will explain how class participation affects your course grade. Students will have an overall classroom participation score incorporated into their final grade. Five points will be awarded to students who attend lecture AND participate in classroom discussion every class period. A total of 75 points can be earned during the semester (15 classes in total) which will be calculated into the student’s final grade.
C. Examinations: Your instructor will proctor three class examinations, each worth 50 points, which will contribute 150 points in total to your final grade. The exams will NOT be comprehensive. The exams will cover the class material covered to the date of the exam.
Examination #1 on Thursday, June 25, 2015 is worth 50 points and will cover the following topics:





Chapter One: What is Psychology?
Chapter Two: Scientific Methods in Psychology
Chapter Ten: Consciousness
Chapter Three: Biological Psychology

Examination #2 on Thursday July 9, 2015 is worth 50 points and will cover the following topics: 



Chapter Five: Development
Chapter Six: Learning
Chapter Seven: Memory

Examination #3 on Thursday July 23, 2015 is worth 50 points and will cover the following topics:




Chapter Thirteen: Social Psychology
Chapter Fourteen: Personality
Chapter Fifteen: Abnormal Psychology: Disorders and

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