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  • Gordon, Elizabeth (January , 2016)
    The course focuses on the scientific study of human behavior, thought, and emotion. We will integrate a variety of theoretical perspectives in this effort including evolutionary, learning, social, and multicultural lenses. ...
  • Kurczek, Jake (September , 2015)
    An introduction to the study of mind and behavior. Topics include biological, cognitive,personality, abnormal, and social psychology, as well as a general consideration of the empirical approach to the study of behavior.
  • Wang, Shu-wen (September , 2015)
    Why do people think and act the way they do? How do we best understand, explain, and predict human thought and behavior? This course addresses these questions and provides an introduction to the scientific study of mind ...
  • Gordon, Elizabeth (September , 2015)
    The course focuses on the scientific study of human behavior, thought, and emotion. We will integrate a variety of theoretical perspectives in this effort including evolutionary, learning, social, and multicultural lenses. ...
  • Boltz, Marilyn (September , 2015)
    Psychology is the study of mind, brain, and behavior and over the past century, has gained tremendous insight into how the mind works and why people behave in the ways that they do. The intent of this course is to examine ...
  • Gordon, Elizabeth (January , 2015)
    Just as we can scientifically study the behavior of other species, so too can we study human behavior and humans. This course provides an introduction to such a scientific approach as we examine human behavior, cognition, ...
  • Lilgendahl, Jennifer (January , 2015)
    The purpose of this course is to provide students with an appreciation for the scientific approach to the study of human behavior, and to expose students to the range of topics that comprise modern scientific psychology. ...
  • Gordon, Elizabeth (September , 2014)
    This course provides an introduction to the scientific study of human experience, including behavior, cognition, and emotion. Topics include biological, cognitive, personality, social, and abnormal psychology, as well as ...
  • Gillihan, Seth (September , 2014)
    This course provides an introduction to the scientific study of mind and behavior. Topics include biological, cognitive, personality, social, and abnormal psychology, as well as a general consideration of the empirical ...
  • Setter, Kevin (September , 2015)
    The aim of this course is to help you build the skill of being able to apply Galileo’s method to real physical systems. Specifically, we will be applying Galileo’s method to objects on “everyday” scales: ...
  • Setter, Kevin (September , 2014)
    In the early 17th century, the scientist Galileo Galilei had a very good idea: in order to make sense of this complex world of ours, first imagine stripping the universe down to a tiny, simplified subsystem; next, discover ...
  • Bain, Travis (January , 2016)
    This course focuses almost exclusively on electricity and magnetism (E&M) as separate and as unified phenomenon. The unification of these two seemingly distinct entities held and continues to hold deep theoretical and ...
  • Cross, Dan (January , 2015)
    This course is more narrow in scope than 105, focusing almost exclusively on electricity and magnetism as separate and as unified phenomenon. The unification of these two seemingly distinct entities held and continues to ...
  • Mercurio, Jeremiah (September , 2014)
    This course aims to help students develop as academic writers and critical thinkers. To meet this goal, we will engage in a range of activities designed to improve critical reasoning, rhetorical aptitude, and analytical-reading ...
  • Ball, Richard (September , 2014)
    This course will develop the notions of what constitutes a game, how we define an equilibrium to a game, and how our representations of and solutions to games change when we introduce some complications—notably sequential ...
  • Borowiak, Craig (May 21, 2015)
    This course will introduce you to key concepts and frameworks for understanding global civil society, transnational activism, and international social m movements. We will explore alternative theoretical frameworks and ...
  • Gangadean, Ashok (September , 2014)
    A critical exploration of classical texts from diverse philosophical traditions in a global context. This course seeks to cultivate a global perspective in philosophy and brings classical texts from diverse philosophical ...
  • McGuire, Anne (January , 2015)
    This course offers a critical examination of "Gnosticism" and selected texts of the Nag Hammadi library. The meaning and usefulness of the category "Gnosticism" are currently under debate among scholars. In this course ...
  • Corbin, Adair (September , 2014)
    Le principal objectif de ce cours est de permettre à ses participants de maitriser la technique de la composition et d’écrire avec une aisance grandissante afin d’exprimer au mieux des idées pertinentes et originales. ...
  • Corbin, Kathryne (September , 2015)
    Le principal objectif de ce cours est de permettre à ses participants de maitriser la technique de la composition et d’écrire avec une aisance grandissante afin d’exprimer au mieux des idées pertinentes et originales. Ce ...

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