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General Psychology

Course Summary

This course is based on Psych 1 General Psychology, Fall 2007 made available by University of California, Berkeley: Webcast.Berkeley under the Creative commons BY-NC-ND 2.5 license.
This course surveys the scientific study of mind and behavior; nervous system structures and functions underlying human experience, thought, and action; learning; sensation and perception; attention and memory; thought and language; emotion and motivation; personality and social interaction; cognitive, social, and personality development; psychopathology and psychotherapy.

Reading Material

1. Texbook (Berkeley Psych 1): Psychology, 7th ed.
Henry Gleitman, Daniel Reisberg, and James Gross. Psychology. 7th ed. New York, NY: Norton, 2007. ISBN: 0393977684.
2. Study Guide (Berkeley Psych 1): Psychology, 7th ed.
Study Guide: Psychology, 7th ed., by Jonides & Rozin

Course Material

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Other Resources

1. Psychology: An International Perspective
Michael W. Eysenck, Psychology: An International Perspective, Publisher: Taylor & Francis, 2004, ISBN 9781841693606
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2. Introduction to Psychology: Gateways to Mind and Behavior
Dennis Coon, John O. Mitterer, Introduction to Psychology: Gateways to Mind and Behavior, Edition 12, revised, Publisher: Cengage Learning, 2008, ISBN 9780495599111
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3. Introduction to Psychology
Lionel Nicholas, Introduction to Psychology, Edition 2, Publisher: Juta and Company Limited, 2009, ISBN: 9781919895024
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4. Introduction to Psychology - Fresh perspectives
Belinda Train, Introduction to Psychology - Fresh perspectives, Publisher: Pearson South Africa, 2007, ISBN 9781868912896
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