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[Psychology Images] PSY 101 Introductory Psychology

Instructor: Vincent W. Hevern, S.J., Ph.D.

  • Section 01 MWF 1:30 PM-2:20 PM Grewen Hall 207
  • Section 02 MWF 2:30 PM-3:20 PM Grewen Hall 207

Fall 2006


Archive of Notices
 26 Aug Welcome to the first day of class in Introductory Psychology!

Please explore this course website before the next class, particularly the syllabus and the class schedule. Note that ANY announcement about this course will be posted right here. You should probably bookmark this page in your computer's web browser.
5 Sep (Tue)
I will not be able to hold office hours (3:30-4:40 pm) next Wednesday, 13 September, due to a department meeting. If you need to see me, please contact me for an alternative time.
10 Sep (Sun)

There will be a ten-point quiz in class on Wednesday, Sept. 13. It will cover the material which we have reviewed so far.

 15 Sep (Fri) The title of the book for your report is due on Monday, Sep 18. See the instructions at the bottom of the page at this link.

For your information, the next quiz will be on Friday, Sep 22, and will deal with materials in classes 7 to 10 (Research & Sensation & Perception).
26 Sep (Tue)
 We will have a full-period test on Monday, October 2. Please bring some #2 pencils with you to the test. I will post online a page with important concepts and terms to review by Friday night, Sep 29. Check back then.
Oct 11 (Wed)
There will be two opportunities in the near future for students to participate in research projects which will satisfy the research participation requirements for this course. These are:

  • I will offer a survey in class next week which students can take home, complete anonymously, and return to me in class. It should take you about 10 or 15 minutes to complete. It focuses upon students' familiarity with and reactions to various movies. Participation is voluntary.
  • Jenn Welch will being to collect data for her Psychology honor's thesis. Sign-up sheets will be posted on the bulletin board between RH 110 and RH 112 beginning today, Wednesday, Oct. 11. Her research looks at the perception of emotion in the media. Participants will watch a series of media depictions and rate them, followed by a short survey form. It will take approximately 40 minutes to participate.
Other projects will be available as the semester continues.
Oct 30 (Mon) There will be a quiz today. Remember that the 2nd semester exam/text will take place next Monday, Nov. 6. It will cover all material since the 1st test.
Nov 4 (Sat)
Study guide for Test #2
Nov 10 (Fri)

Just to alert you that there will be a quiz next Friday, Nov. 17, on Social Behavior