Course: Psychology 1100—General Psychology Semester: Fall 2007 Date/Time: September 20-December 13, 2007/THR 5:30PM-9:20PM Instructor: Richard H. Mills, Ph.D. Phone: (630) 808-2025 (cell) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.aboutusonline.net. Quizzes.
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Semester: Fall 2007
Date/Time: September 20-December 13, 2007/THR 5:30PM-9:20PM
Instructor: Richard H. Mills, Ph.D.
Phone: (630) 808-2025 (cell)
Quizzes will be given at the beginning of some classes. Quizzes will be scheduled in advance (see class schedule for approximate dates). Each quiz will consist of multiple-choice questions (approximately 10-15 questions) and will cover the scheduled reading assignment. Your five best quizzes will count towards your final grade—quizzes cannot be made up.
More than one-third of psychologists work in academic settings. The remainder find positions in a variety of settings (based on the data of Chamberlain, 2000).
Sample question: Does a fourth grade student whose grades have been declining over the past two years have an identifiable learning disability, or is there an issue related to the student’s emotional well-being affecting his performance?