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PSY 340/BSC 340 Brain & Behavior

   
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Presentation Format

For the Fall, 2020 semester, I am teaching PSY/BSC 340-02 online (as a DISTANCE course) asynchronously. What does this mean? Rather than students having to attend lectures at the assigned class time (that is at 2:30-3:20 pm MWF), students can access my actual recorded lectures on the material for that class at anytime after 2:30 pm on the scheduled class day. You can listen to each lecture at a time when it is most convenient for you. NOTE: these lectures will be found on canvas.lemoyne.edu and Canvas will record whether or not you actually watched the lecture (i.e., I will know which lectures you've seen or not seen). You should normally complete viewing a class lecture within roughly 36 hours after it is first available. Your viewing the lectures will be considered as part of your participation grade.

As you will see in the syllabus available at the link below, Canvas will also be the environment within which you will take your quizzes and exams as well as submit your questions for discussion or clarification. However, I make available all of my lecture notes or class slide presentations for each class that can be downloaded directly from the webpage below without you having to go into Canvas to get these notes/presentations. Students are strongly recommended to download and print out these lecture notes for each class.

Link to Canvas: https://canvas.lemoyne.edu/login/ldap

Textbook
  • Kalat, James W. (2019). Biological psychology (13th ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/CENGAGE.
    • ISBN-10: 9781337408202 [ISBN-13: 978-1337408202]
    • Used copies of this book are widely available since it was actually first printed in 2018 and has been used for two years in schools.
Syllabus   webpage/html
Extra Credit Explained  webpage/html (See also the syllabus)

Lectures
& Notes
Class Schedule   webpage/htm
  
Lecture Notes   webpage/html

Test Study Guides: Test #1 (9/21) Test #2 (10/9) Test #3 * Test #4


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