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Students who do not attend class on or prior to the census date will be administratively dropped. Effective Fall, 2016
Students who wish to withdraw from a course must complete all steps indicated on the Academic Withdrawal Request form by the course withdrawal deadline.
NOTE: Students who are attending Texas institutions of higher education, for the first time fall 2007 and later, may not withdraw from more than six courses during their academic career. This withdrawal limitation does not include dual credit or developmental classes (Senate Bill 1231 Rule 4.10.) For more information on Drop and Withdrawal Policies, please visit the Registrar's Office Web site.
PSYC-2319-001 Social Psychology
Study of individual behavior within the social environment. May include topics such as the socio-psychological process, attitude formation and change, interpersonal relations and group processes.
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(3 sem hrs; 3 lec)
Duff, K. (2012). THINK SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. Boston: Allyn Bacon (Pearson) Publishers. (PAPERBACK)
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100-90% = 750-675 points A
89-80% = 674-600 points B
79-70% = 599-525 points C
69-60% = 524-450 points D
Below 50% = below 450 points F
The points will be earned:
400 points for exams
150 points social responsibility learning project
80 points for online assignments
90 points for in class assignments
30 points for attendance
Total points possible: 750 points
If a student scores below 70% on an exam or writing assignment, he or she will be required to attend tutoring per the instructor’s directions before being allowed to complete the next assigned work.
As the instructor I reserve the right to change dates and schedules if needed.
Date Lesson/Lecture/ Assignments
Monday Oct. 25th Welcome, Chapter 1: What is Social Psychology?
Wednesday Oct. 27th Chapter 2: The Science of Social Psychology
Exam 1 opens Thursday Oct. 28th and closes Sunday Oct. 31st at 11:59 pm. The exam will cover chapters 1 & 2. 50 multiple choice questions. Once you open the exam you will need to complete it. If you lose connection or close the exam your grade will submit. Please email me as soon as possible with any problems. If you decide to wait until 10:00pm on Sunday night to take exam it might be too late for me to help if you run into problems.
Monday Nov. 1st Chapter 3: Social Cognition
Assignment #1 Shallow Hal clip and how it relates to social cognition and the self. Due Wednesday Nov. 3rd by 11:59 pm.
Wednesday Nov. 3rd Chapter 4: The Self
Monday Nov. 8th Chapter 5: Social Perception
Wednesday Nov. 10th Finish chapter 5
Exam 2 opens Thursday Nov. 11th and closes Sunday Nov. 14th at 11:59 pm. This exam will cover chapter 3-5. 50 multiple choice questions. Once you open the exam you will need to complete it. If you lose connection or close the exam your grade will submit. Please email me as soon as possible with any problems. If you decide to wait until 10:00pm on Sunday night to take exam it might be too late for me to help if you run into problems.
Monday Nov. 15th Chapter 6: Attitudes
Chapter 7: Power of Persuasion
Wednesday Nov. 17th Chapter 8: Social Influence
Chapter 9: Power of the Group
In class assignment over ch 8 & 9
Exam 3 opens Thursday Nov. 18th and closes Sunday Nov. 21st at 11:59 pm. This exam will cover chapter 6-9. 50 multiple choice questions. Once you open the exam you will need to complete it. If you lose connection or close the exam your grade will submit. Please email me as soon as possible with any problems. If you decide to wait until 10:00pm on Sunday night to take exam it might be too late for me to help if you run into problems.
Monday Nov. 22nd Chapter 10: Prejudice, Stereotyping and discrimination
Chapter 11: Aggression
Assignment #2 Crash scenes: illustration of stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, and aggression. Due Wednesday Nov. 24th th at 11:59 pm.
Wednesday Nov.24th Chapter 12: Attraction and Close Relationships
Monday Nov. 29th Chapter 12: Attraction and Close Relationships
Wednesday Dec. 1st In class assignment over chapter 12
Monday Dec. 6th Chapter 13: Prosocial Behavior
Wednesday Dec. 8th In class assignment over chapter 13
Social Leaning Project due Wednesday Dec. 8th by 11:59 pm.
Exam 4 opens Thursday Dec. 9th and closes Wednesday Dec. 15th at 11:59 pm. This exam covers chapters 10-13. 50 multiple choice questions. Once you open the exam you will need to complete it. If you lose connection or close the exam your grade will submit. Please email me as soon as possible with any problems. If you decide to wait until 10:00pm on Wednesday night to take exam it might be too late for me to help if you run into problems.
Dec. 13th- Dec. 16th Final Exam week: no in class assignments
Good luck on all your finals!! Have a great Christmas Break.
I do not allow for late work or make up exams. Please contact me as soon as an issues arises so we can work something out ahead of time rather after the fact.
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