Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Health and Social Impact - Introduction to Psychology II

PSYC 1107  Introduction to Psychology II


PSYC 1106


PSYC 1105


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




Students apply psychological models and evidence underlying human and animal behaviour. Students compare models of memory, thinking, and intelligence, contrast psychological explanations of emotion and motivation, and evaluate social explanations of interpersonal phenomena ranging from love to hate. Students assess altered states of consciousness, including sleep, dreaming, and with drug-use, examine the mind-body relation in health psychology, and examine additional psychological disorders. Students also describe and evaluate the efficacy of various treatments of psychological disorders.

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