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PSYCH 40111-002
u INSTRUCTOR 1.................
Abnormal
Psychology
By the end of this course, it is expected that students will be able to:
1.
Describe and evaluate the historical and cultural viewpoints as
well as current theoretical views of psychological disorders.
2.
Compare and contrast the symptoms of psychological disorders
with non-pathological behaviors.
3.
Describe the clinical picture and discuss clinical assessment of
each of the major psychological disorders using the DSM for
reference.
Learning Outcomes
In-class activities that support
outcomes: Activities may include,
but are not limited to, class/group
discussion, lecture,
demonstrations, quizzes, exams,
presentations, and viewing and
discussing videos.
INSTRUCTOR
Instructor: David M. Fresco, Ph.D.
Office: 226 Kent Hall Addition
Office Hours: TBA & By appointment
Email/Telephone: fresco@kent.edu / (330) 672-4049
Course Web Page: http://www.personal.kent.edu/~dfresco/
Out-of-class activities that
support outcomes: Activities
may include, but are not limited to,
textbook readings, homework
assignments, readings from
professional and lay periodicals,
participating in research studies,
and writing article summaries and/
or reflection papers.
u COURSE OBJECTIVES 1....
u NUTS AND BOLTS OF THE
u YOUR GRADE 2................
Spring 2016
Tuesdays(&(Thursdays((
12:30p(to(1:45p(
Kent(Hall(Addi<on(102
u PODCASTS 3....................
u EXTRA CREDIT & RESEARCH
u COURSE CALENDAR 4......
u TEXTBOOK 3....................
“To dispel the misery of the world”
-His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama