Course created by Professor John F. Kihlstrom at UC Berkeley
Introduction to the principal areas, problems, and concepts of psychology. This course will survey the scientific study of mental life and the mental functions that underlie human experience, thought, and action. The emphasis is on cognitive processes and social interactions characteristic of adults. However, research on nonhuman animals, as well as biological, developmental, and pathological processes, will be introduced as relevant.
This course is a prerequisite for admission to most upper-division courses in the Department of Psychology at UC Berkeley.
Registration opens: Nov 20, 2017
Registration ends: Jan 15, 2018
First day of instruction: Jan 16, 2018
Last day of instruction: May 4, 2018
Please click here to download a syllabus for this course.
Proctoring centers can cost students from $20-$200, depending on the location and testing requirements. Students must purchase the ZAPS software, and course textbook.