PSY 212H: General Psychology for Majors in Psychology (3) (F)
An introduction to the scientific study of psychological processes underlying behavior. Particular emphasis is placed on fundamental facts, terms and concepts in the application of the scientific method to psychological investigation. Topics for exploration include motivation, sensation, perception, cognition, learning, personality, intelligence, developmental and social processes. Matriculation in this course is suggested for students majoring in psychology and for "Honors" students. No prerequisite.