This is a one semester course that will provide the student with a survey of psychological concepts concerning how we think, behave, and perceive the world around us. Students will analyze human behavior within the context of several psychological approaches including the biopsychological, behavioral, psychoanalytic, humanistic, cognitive, and sociocultural schools of thought. Special attention will be paid to physical, cognitive, and social development as well as theories concerning human personality, consciousness, emotion, and perception. Critical thinking, collaborative thinking, and hypothesizing will be stressed. This course must be taken in conjunction with Sociology (342)