An introduction to the scientific study of behavior and a systematic presentation of its basic concepts and methods.
Prerequisites: Proficiency with written English
Module 1: Introduction to Psychology - History of Psychology; Research Methods; Basic Statistics
Module 2: Biological Psychology - Genetics; Nervous System; Endocrine System; Brain Anatomy
Module 3: Sensation and Perception - Sensation and Thresholds; Sense Organs; Perception
Module 4: Psychology of Learning - Classical Conditioning; Operant Conditioning; Social Learning
Module 5: Cognitive Psychology - Thinking; Intelligence; Memory
Module 6: Motivation and Emotion - Motivation; Emotion
Module 7: Development Psychology - Lifespan Development; Physical Development; Cognitive Development; Social Development
Module 8: Personality and States of Mind - Psychodynamic Theories; Personality; States of Mind
Module 9: Psychological Disorders and Therapy - Depressive and Bipolar Disorders, Anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders, Dissociative and Trauma/Stressor Disorders, Schizophrenia Spectrum and Personality Disorders, Neurodevelopmental and Feeding/Eating Disorders, Psychotherapy
Module 10: Social Psychology - Social Psychology; Interpersonal Attraction; Beliefs and Attributions
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