PSY 2012: General Psychology University of Florida Course Syllabus

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1 PSY 2012: General Psychology University of Florida Course Syllabus Fall 2016: Section 4152, 4 th Period (10:40 am to 11:30 am), MWF, PSY 151 COURSE INSTRUCTOR Mrs. Gaby Pogge Office: Psychology Bldg., room 311-B Phone: (757) Office Hours: Mon. and Tues., 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM; AND by appointment Supervisor: Dr. Nicole Dorey TEACHING ASSISTANTS Edward Ballester Jordan Rogaliner A NOTE ABOUT COMMUNICATION STEP 1: Before contacting me via , please check to see if the answer to your question has been posted on Canvas or is contained in any course material, such as the syllabus. *NOTE: It is appropriate to Mrs. Pogge in the case of a serious medical condition, a family emergency, or other situation that will keep you out of class a week or more. Step 3: Include PSY2012 in the subject line of any you send. s sent without PSY2012 may be treated as junk mail by our spam filters. Step 4: Please begin your letter with Dear (Title) (Last Name) (e.g., Dear Mrs. Pogge) and end your message with your FULL name so that you can clearly be identified. I will only respond to e- mails that are easily identifiable (i.e., s that are signed with a first and last name). This is to protect your privacy and FERPA protected information. Step 5: Proofread your so that we can understand your question or concern and provide the assistance you need. s using excessive abbreviation or numbers as text (e.g., 733T or C U L8R) are not acceptable. Step 6: Please wait at least 24 hours for a response before ing again. Due to the large volume of we receive, it may take us some time to get to yours. Any s will be responded to within 72 hours of receipt. Please be advised that questions sent less than three days before an assignment is due may not receive a response until after the deadline has passed.

2 Required Materials Text: Lilienfeld, Lynn, Namy and Woolf Psychology from Inquiry to Understanding 3 rd edition ISBN: Note: This package includes my psych lab. MyPsychLab access code: pogge97871 Course Outline Social and behavioral science courses provide instruction in the history, key themes, principles, terminology, and underlying theory or methodologies used in the social and behavioral sciences. Students will learn to identify, describe and explain social institutions, structures or processes. These courses emphasize the effective application of accepted problem-solving techniques. Students will apply formal and informal qualitative or quantitative analysis to examine the processes and means by which individuals make personal and group decisions, as well as the evaluation of opinions, outcomes, or human behavior. Students are expected to assess and analyze ethical perspectives in individual and societal decisions. Overview This course is an overview of major topics in modern psychology, the scientific study of behavior, and mental processes. As a first course in the discipline of psychology, it introduces some of the fundamental concepts, principles, and theories with a consideration for the complexity of human behavior. Course Goals 1. To teach you the science behind psychology and how it differs from the media s interpretation. 2. To provide you with an introduction to the different areas within the field of psychology. 3. To teach you the concepts in the field and how to apply them. Expectations You are expected to attend class regularly and carry out the reading assignments listed in this syllabus. You are also expected to check your official UF (e.g., at least once a day, as I will send information to the class through the Canvas system. You should also visit the course website on E-learning/Canvas ( on a regular basis. Canvas will enable you to get announcements about the course and to download the lecture overheads prior to class. Note that the overheads DO NOT replace note taking and should only serve as an outline to help you in taking detailed notes. Students typically find that for each hour in class, at least two additional hours are required for preparation. Attendance Attendance is not mandatory and will not be recorded. However, students who do well in this class typically attend lectures regularly; attending class is highly recommended. All material covered in this class is examinable. All material covered in the textbook is also examinable, regardless of

3 whether it has been discussed in class. Lecture slides will be posted online; these slides will include outlines of lecture content and may not cover all class material. Students with Special Needs If you are a student with a disability and would like to request disability-related accommodations, you are encouraged to contact the Disability Resource Center as early in the semester as possible. The Disability Resource Center is located in 001 Building 0020 (Reid Hall). Their phone number is If you have a documented disability and will require special accommodation on the first exam you must contact me by AUGUST 31. Examinable Material Points Grade Graded Item Points 267 & above A Midterm Exam A- Last Exam B+ 3 Quests (30 points/each) B Written Assignments B- Research Experience C+ Total Points Available C C D D D- 171 & below E (Fail) **These grades are firm there is no curve. Your final grade is determined solely by how many points you accumulate, and no student will be bumped up into the next grade category for any reason. The lectures and the readings from the textbooks listed below define the full syllabus of this course. Assessment You will be tested in four non-cumulative multiple-choice short quests during class hours (see list below for dates) as well as a mid-term and non-cumulative last exam. Your lowest quest grade will be dropped. Thus, your three best quest grades will count toward your course grade. There are no special exams, optional papers, or catch-up projects to compensate for poor exam performance. No one will be given the opportunity to do special, individualized assignments to improve their grade. Do not ask. All exams are closed book and closed notes and you will need a #2 pencil for the bubble sheet. Please note that you are responsible for bubbling all information correctly. If you fail to correctly bubble in the form of your exam, you will be graded using the key for Form A. Missed Exams. Missing an exam is something to be avoided. Make-up exams will only be administered for UF approved absences (See this link for details: and proper documentation will be required. That said, in the event of a medical or personal emergency that forces you to miss an exam, you will be given an opportunity to make up the missed exam. Please

4 contact me the week before an exam if you will require a make- up. If you experience an emergency you are expected to contact me as soon as possible to schedule a make-up (and provide documentation). Excused absences include: documented illness; deaths in the immediate family and other documented crises; call to active military duty or jury duty; religious holy days; and official University activities. Consideration will also be given to students whose dependent children experience serious illness. Accommodations for these excused absences will be made in a way that does not penalize students who have a valid excuse. Without this documentation, missed exams will receive a score of zero. Note: A student health receipt is not sufficient documentation. Religious observances. Please check your calendars against the course syllabus. Any student having a conflict in the exam schedule, or feeling that they will be disadvantaged by missing a class due to religious observance, should contact me as soon as possible so that we can make any necessary arrangements. Grading Quests. There will be four in-class quests given throughout the semester. Quests are designed to assess your understanding of course material to date and to prepare you for the larger midterm and last exams. Each quest contains 30 multiple-choice questions (each question will be worth 1 point). You will be allowed to drop your lowest quest grade; thus, only three quests will be included in your final grade. Mid-term and last exam. The mid-term is held on a special day and time, the last exam will be on the last day of class (see the Due Dates document at the end of the syllabus). Because the midterm is an assembly exam, it must take priority over normal class times and other regular exams. Students will be given 70 minutes total for the mid-term (70 questions) and 50 minutes for the last exam (50 questions). The mid-term and last exam will cover the first and second half of the semester, respectively. Written Assignments. Over the course of the semester there will be three writing assignments. Two of these are intended to make sure you are thinking about and making progress toward your final paper. These papers will involve identifying an example of psychology at work in the real world, determining what variables are at play in your chosen example, forming a hypothesis about these variables, and designing (but not conducting) an empirical test of that hypothesis. These three assignments combined will be worth 60 points. Even though the final paper will not be due until the second half of the semester, it is highly encouraged that you start thinking about this project early. All written assignments should be turned in using the.doc or.docx file formats. Files that I cannot open will not be graded and will receive a zero. More information about the writing assignments is available online at the class E-learning/Canvas site. Course Codes. Course codes are three digit numbers that will be assigned to you. These course codes allow for anonymous and fair grading from the TA and instructor. It is imperative that you include your course code rather than your name on ALL assignments submitted in Canvas. Any homework turned in without a course code will receive a zero. Any homework turned in with the student s name rather than the course code will receive a zero. Any homework paper turned in with the student s name and course code will receive a

5 zero. Basically, if you include your name on the homework, you will receive a zero. These rules do not apply to exams or alternative make-up assignments. Naming documents/assignments submitted via Canvas. When you submit your writing assignments to Canvas, it is essential that you name the document with: (a) your assigned course code (b) underscore (c) the name of the assignment Example: 151_paper1 Research Participation Requirement. There is a Psychology Department requirement that all students enrolled in PSY 2012 participate in a research experience. This requirement will be explained to you in more detail during the first week of classes. Completion of this requirement affects your course grade based on the amount of research credits you earn. One credit is given for every half-hour you spend in an experiment. Please go to this website for more information: Option 1: You need to earn 8 credits in total. When you complete the research experience by completing 8 credits of research, you will receive 20 points that are added into your PSY2012 grade. If you do NOT complete the full number of credits by the deadline, you will receive points at a rate of 2.5 points per credit completed. Option 1 must be completed by Monday, December 5, 2016 at 4:00 PM. Option 2: Is a paper assignment. Rules and details are available in the Research Requirement document on Canvas. Students who are under 18 years old, must sign up for this option. If you decide to complete Option 2, you must the instructor by Tuesday, September 6, 2016 by 4:00 PM to declare your choice. Option 2 must be completed by Tuesday, November 22, 2016 by 4:00 PM. Late Assignments. You are always welcome to hand in work either early or on time. Late assignments will be deducted 15 percentage points immediately, and an additional amount of percentage points for each 24 hour period after it is due. If the assignment is due at 11:59 PM and you turn it in at 12:00 AM the next day, it is late. This policy does not apply to quizzes/exams, which will ONLY be administered late for university approved absences (see policy above) 1 minute to 24 hours late 15% of maximum deducted from achieved grade 1 day + 1 minute to 48 hours late 25% of maximum deducted from achieved grade 2 days + 1 minute to 72 hours late 50% of maximum deducted from achieved grade Assignments not submitted after 72 hours late will receive an automatic zero. Policy for Disputing a Grade. You will have one week (including weekends and holidays) after any course material grade has been posted to dispute your grade. The exception will be the last exam because there won t be enough time to complete disputes and turn grades in. Disputes will NOT be accepted after that date. If you want to dispute a grade you will need to write a paragraph explaining the dispute (for exams/quests write out the question on the quest and a paragraph explaining why your answer is correct with references to the material in the text for each question or writing assignment you are disputing. Then send a private with this information to the instructor s address.

6 Honor Code The University of Florida Student Honor Code outlines the University s expectations for the integrity of students academic work, the procedures for resolving alleged violations of those expectations, and the rights and responsibilities of students and faculty members throughout the process. Students are responsible for reading the Student Honor Code and for living up to their pledge to hold ourselves and our peers to the highest standards of honesty and integrity. I am not willing to give a passing grade to those who do not abide by the UF honor code. Any student who cheats or helps another student cheat will receive an E (Fail) in this class. When students enroll at the University of Florida, they commit themselves to the standard drafted and enacted by students. Preamble: In adopting this honor code, the students of the University of Florida recognize that academic honesty and integrity are fundamental values of the university community. Students who enroll at the university commit to holding themselves and their peers to the high standard of honor required by the honor code. Any individual who becomes aware of a violation of the honor code is bound by honor to take corrective action. The quality of a University of Florida education is dependent upon community acceptance and enforcement of the honor code. Honor Pledge: We, the members of the University of Florida community, pledge to hold ourselves and our peers to the highest standards of honesty and integrity by abiding by the Honor Code. On all work submitted for credit by students at the University of Florida, the following pledge is either required or implied: "On my honor, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid in doing this assignment." It should be clear that academic dishonesty, such as cheating, is NOT tolerated at the University of Florida. Cheating is defined in the University Handbook, and it is the student s responsibility to be familiar with its many forms (including plagiarism). If there is a suspected academic honesty violation, the Student Honor Code Procedures will be followed. Online Evaluation Process Students are expected to provide feedback on the quality of instruction in this course by completing online evaluations at Evaluations are typically open during the last two or three weeks of the semester, but students will be given specific times when they are open. Summary results of these assessments are available to students at Students will also have an opportunity to provide feedback several times throughout the semester and are strongly encouraged to share their comments. Essential Policy Information The Learning Environment. Please cooperate with me and your fellow students to create an environment that fosters learning and communication. We all should be respectful in our behavior and comments, and should eliminate disruptions that might be distractions. Disruptions to the

7 learning environment include (but are not limited to): talking while others are speaking, reading newspapers, magazines, or unrelated course material in class, use of personal electronic devices during class (e.g., ipods, radios, text messaging, etc. however, it is OK to take notes on personal computers), or otherwise behaving rudely. I understand that on rare occasions it might be necessary to either arrive to class late or to leave early. I do prefer that you come to class on those occasions when you must be a little late or leave a little early, rather than not attend at all. However, make every effort to avoid this if possible. On those occasions when it is necessary, please do so with as little disruption to the class as possible (e.g., take a seat near the door and enter/depart quietly). Extra Help Contact me as soon as possible for extra assistance if you discover you are having trouble. I strongly encourage you to talk with me individually throughout the semester if you have any questions concerning course material or about how you are doing in the class. If you are having problems in the course, do not wait too long to talk with me, come early in the semester while there is still time to improve. If you cannot make my posted office hours, I will be glad to make an appointment for another time. Of course, you are also welcome to come speak with me even if you are not having difficulties but are just interested in the material and would like further information. To make an appointment, just see me in class, call, or . Syllabus Change Policy Except for changes that substantially affect implementation of the evaluation (grading) statement, this syllabus is a guide for the course and is subject to change with advance notice. If changes are made to this syllabus they will be announced in class and on E-learning. It is your responsibility to come to class and to check for announcement of any changes online. Tentative Course Schedule Date Lecture Topic Reading Aug. 22 Welcome to Psy 2012 Discussion in class Aug. 24 Introducing Psychology Chapter 1 Aug. 26 Introducing Psychology cont. Chapter 1 Aug. 29 Research Methods Chapter 2 Aug. 31 Research Methods cont. Chapter 2 Sept. 2 Behavioral Neuroscience Deadline to choose your own proverb to research Chapter 3 (must me) Sept. 5 No Class: Labor Day Sept. 6 Deadline to me and declare research option #2 (by 4:00 PM)

8 Sept. 7 Behavioral Neuroscience cont. Chapter 3 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Quest 1: INTRODUCTION, RESEARCH METHODS, BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE Sensation and Perception Writing assignment #1 due on Canvas by 11:59 PM Chapter 4 Sept. 14 Sensation and Perception cont. Chapter 4 Sept. 16 Library resources workshop Consciousness Chapter 5 Sept. 19 Consciousness cont. Chapter 5 Sept. 21 Consciousness cont. Chapter 5 Sept. 23 Learning Chapter 6 Sept. 26 Learning cont. Chapter 6 Sept. 28 Memory Chapter 7 Sept. 30 Memory cont. Chapter 7 Oct. 3 Oct. 5 Quest 2: SENSATION & PERCEPTION, CONSCIOUSNESS, LEARNING, MEMORY Thought and Language Writing assignment #2 due on Canvas by 11:59 PM Chapter 8 Oct. 7 Thought and Language cont. Chapter 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Review for midterm/in-class writing day MID-TERM EXAM Covers chapters 1-8 E2-E3 (8:20-9:35 pm) ROOM is TBA No class: Homecoming Oct. 17 Intelligence Chapter 9 Oct. 19 Intelligence cont. Chapter 9 Oct. 21 Development Writing assignment #3 due on Canvas by 11:59 PM Chapter 10 Oct. 24 Development cont. Chapter 10 Oct. 26 Motivation & Emotion Chapter 11 Oct. 28 Motivation & Emotion cont. Chapter 11 Oct. 31 Stress, Coping, & Health Chapter 12 Nov. 2 Stress, Coping, & Health cont. Chapter 12 Nov. 4 Quest 3: INTELLIGENCE, DEVELOPMENT, MOTIVATION & EMOTION, STRESS

9 Nov. 7 Social Chapter 13 Nov. 9 Nov. 11 Social cont. Writing assignment #4 due on Canvas by 11:59 PM No Class: Veteran s Day Chapter 13 Nov. 14 Personality Chapter 14 Nov. 16 Personality cont. Chapter 14 Nov. 18 Disorders Chapter 15 Nov. 21 Disorders cont. Chapter 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 25 Deadline to complete research option 2 (by 4:00 PM) No Class: Thanksgiving No Class: Thanksgiving Nov. 28 Treatment Chapter 16 Nov. 30 Treatment cont. Chapter 16 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 7 Quest 4: SOCIAL, PERSONALITY, DISORDERS, TREATMENT Review session + anything leftover Deadline to complete Research option 1 (by 4:00 PM) Last EXAM covers chapters 9-16 To be held during normal class time. General Education Student Learning Outcomes Category Institutional Definition Institutional SLO CONTENT Content is knowledge of the concepts, principles, terminology and methodologies used within the discipline. Students demonstrate competence in the terminology, concepts, methodologies and theories used within the discipline. COMMUNICATION Communication is the development and expression of ideas in written and oral forms. Students communicate knowledge, ideas, and reasoning clearly and effectively in written or oral forms appropriate to the discipline.

10 CRITICAL THINKING Critical thinking is characterized by the comprehensive analysis of issues, ideas, and evidence before accepting or formulating an opinion or conclusion. Students analyze information carefully and logically from multiple perspectives, using discipline specific methods, and develop reasoned solutions to problems. This will be accomplished by exams and written assignments. This course is designed to meet the above SLOs primarily through exams and written assignments. Content and critical thinking are the primary focus of lecture, and learning in these domains is assessed primarily through exams, and also through the written project. Communication is addressed primarily through the written assignment, although in-class discussions are also highly encouraged. Counseling and Student Health Students sometimes experience stress from academic expectations and/or personal and interpersonal issues that may interfere with their academic performance. If you find yourself facing issues that have the potential to or are already negatively affecting your coursework, you are encouraged to talk with an instructor and/or seek help through University resources available to you. The Counseling and Wellness Center offers a variety of support services such as psychological assessment and intervention and assistance for math and test anxiety. Visit their web site for more information: On line and in person assistance is available. You Matter We Care website: If you are feeling overwhelmed or stressed, you can reach out for help through the You Matter We Care website, which is staffed by Dean of Students and Counseling Center personnel. The Student Health Care Center at Shands is a satellite clinic of the main Student Health Care Center located on Fletcher Drive on campus. Student Health at Shands offers a variety of clinical services. The clinic is located on the second floor of the Dental Tower in the Health Science Center. For more information, contact the clinic at or check out the web site at: Crisis intervention is always available 24/7 from: o Alachua County Crisis Center: (352) BUT Do not wait until you reach a crisis to come in and talk with us. We have helped many students through stressful situations impacting their academic performance. You are not alone so do not be afraid to ask for assistance.

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