PSYC 1101H Honors Introduction to General Psychology

Behavior in humans and the other animals is studied from a scientific perspective. research findings and clinical reports are explored with regard to their applicability to modern thought and practice. Students are encouraged to analyze behavior critically according to common methods used in psychology. The course is enriched by field trips, classroom discussions, and projects that permit students to apply various psychological concepts to life experience. This course is open only to those students who have been admitted to the Honors Program.


3 credits

Lecture Hours



Admission to the Honors Program