1 The Brain: Between the Ears, Behind the Eyes
2 Motivation and Emotion: "Reason Alone Cannot Move Us To Do Anything"
3 Learning: The Power of Association
4 Sensing: Gathering the Information Paper 1 due
5 Attending: Limiting the Information
6 Perceiving: Interpreting the Information
7 Memory: What Do You Remember?
8 Cognition: How Do You Think?
9 Cognitive Development: How Do Children Think?
10 Language: What Do You Say? Paper 2 due
11 Language Development: What Do Children Say?
Midterm Exam
12 Intelligence: How Do We Know You Are Smart?
13 The Battle of the Sexes: Love and Evolution
14 Social Exchange: Romantic Economics
15 Attitudes and Behaviors: How Can We Be Controlled? Paper 3 due
16 Who Are You? The Psychology of the Self
17 From Dissociation To Repression
18 Freud and Fairy Tales
19 Sleep and Dreams
20 Defining Mental Illness: Are Suicide Bombers Insane?
21 Causing Mental Illness: What Can Make You "Lose" Your Mind? Paper 4 due
22 Successful Disasters: Eating Disorders
23 Successful Disasters: Date Rape
Final Exam