Introduction to Psychology 
Introduction to Psychology
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Course Index

  1. Introduction to Psychology
  2. Foundations of Psychology: Discipline, Origins, and Structuralism
  3. Foundations of Psychology: Structuralism and Functionalism
  4. Foundations of Psychology: Psychodynamics and Behaviorism
  5. Foundations of Psychology: Humanism and Three Other Major Views
  6. Methods and Statistics: The Scientific Method
  7. Methods and Statistics: Sampling and the Experimental Method
  8. Methods and Statistics: Distributions and Descriptive Statistics Part I
  9. Methods and Statistics: Distributions and Descriptive Statistics Part II
  10. Methods and Statistics: Correlations and Statistical Significance
  11. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Models of Reality and Neurons
  12. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Glial Cells and Action Potentials
  13. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Neurotransmitters, Synapses, and Postsynapti
  14. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Neurotransmitters and Psychoactive Drugs
  15. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Peripheral Nervous System
  16. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Central Nervous System Part I
  17. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Central Nervous System Part II
  18. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Central Nervous System Part III
  19. Biological Foundations of Behavior: Endocrine System
  20. Human Development: Genetics
  21. Human Development: Prenatal and Perinatal Periods Part I
  22. Human Development: Prenatal and Perinatal Periods Part II
  23. Human Development: Norms and Temperament
  24. Human Development: Attachment, Ainsworth, Bowlby, and Harlow
  25. Human Development: Puberty, Gender, and Adolescence
  26. Human Development: Piaget's Cognitive Theory
  27. Human Development: Vygotsky's Social Cognitive Theory
  28. Human Development: Parenting Styles
  29. Human Development: Erikson's Life Stages
  30. Human Development: Kohlberg's Morality Theory
  31. Learning: Classical Conditioning Part I
  32. Learning: Classical Conditioning Part II
  33. Learning: Classical Conditioning Part III
  34. Learning: Classical Conditioning Part IV
  35. Learning: Operant Conditioning Part I
  36. Learning: Operant Conditioning Part II
  37. Learning: Operant Conditioning Part III
  38. Learning: Operant Conditioning Part IV
  39. Learning: Observational Learning
  40. Memory: Encoding, Storage, and Retrieval
  41. Memory: Sensory, Short Term, and Long Term Memory Part I
  42. Memory: Sensory, Short Term, and Long Term Memory Part II
  43. Memory: Long Term Memory
  44. Memory: Schemas and Scripts
  45. Memory: Connectionism and Semantic Networks
  46. Memory: Levels of Processing and Elaboration
  47. Memory: Mnemonics and Multicoding
  48. Memory: Retrieval Issues
  49. Memory: Hippocampus, Amygdala, and Consolidation Potentiation
  50. Memory: Forgetting Curve and Serial Position Effect
  51. Memory: Decay Theory, Ineffective Encoding, and Interference
  52. Memory: Tip Of The Tongue and Flashbulb Memory
  53. Memory: Biological Mechanisms of Forgetting
  54. Thinking and Intelligence: Thinking as Problem Solving
  55. Thinking and Intelligence: Problem Solving Strategies and Probabilities
  56. Thinking and Intelligence: Heuristics and Fallacies
  57. Thinking and Intelligence: Cognitive Biases
  58. Thinking and Intelligence: Intelligence Testing Part I
  59. Thinking and Intelligence: Intelligence Testing Part II
  60. Thinking and Intelligence: Intelligence Testing Part III
  61. Thinking and Intelligence: Intelligence Theories Part I
  62. Thinking and Intelligence: Intelligence Theories Part II
  63. Thinking and Intelligence: Nature versus Nurture and Reaction Range
  64. Personality: Freudian Psychoanalysis Part I
  65. Personality: Freudian Psychoanalysis Part II
  66. Personality: Freudian Psychoanalysis Part III
  67. Personality: Freudian Psychoanalysis Part IV
  68. Personality: Freudian Psychoanalysis Part V
  69. Personality: Freudian Psychoanalysis Part VI
  70. Personality: Carl Jung and Karen Horney
  71. Personality: Albert Bandura, Social Learning, and Self-Efficacy
  72. Personality: Humanism, Carl Rogers, Person-Centered Theory, and Self-Esteem
  73. Personality: Abraham Maslow, Hierarchy of Needs, and Self-Actualization
  74. Personality: Trait Theory Part I
  75. Personality: Trait Theory Part II
  76. Personality: Testing Part I, Objective Tests
  77. Personality: Testing Part II, Projective Tests
  78. Social Psychology: Cognitive Misers, Schemas, and Social Cognition
  79. Social Psychology: Cognitive Biases: Fundamental Attribution Error, Actor-Observer Effect, and...
  80. Social Psychology: Stereotype, Prejudice, Discrimination, and Just World Hypothesis/Belief
  81. Social Psychology: Attitudes
  82. Social Psychology: Cognitive Dissonance and Study of Insufficient Justification
  83. Social Psychology: Self Perception Theory and Impression Management
  84. Social Psychology: Social Influence Factors Part I
  85. Social Psychology: Social Influence Factors Part II
  86. Social Psychology: Social Influence Factors Part III
  87. Social Psychology: Compliance and Group Effects on Performance
  88. Social Psychology: Group Information Processing, Deindividuation, Altruism, Bystander Effect, and...
  89. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Criteria for Abnormality
  90. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: The Diagnostic Statistical Manual
  91. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Insanity, Labels, Normality, and Disorders
  92. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Phobic Disorder and Panic Disorder
  93. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Traumatic Stress Disorder and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  94. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Dissociative Disorders
  95. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Depressive Disorders and Bipolar Disorder
  96. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Cognitive Perspective, Aaron Beck, and Possible Causes of Depression
  97. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Suicide, Risks, Statistics, Myths, and Help for Suicidal People
  98. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Schizophrenia Part I
  99. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Schizophrenia Part II
  100. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Personality Disorders Part I
  101. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Personality Disorders Part II
  102. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Personality Disorders Part III
  103. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Personality Disorders Part IV
  104. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Substance Abuse Dependence Part I
  105. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Substance Abuse Dependence Part II
  106. Abnormal Psychology: Disorders: Substance Abuse Dependence Part III
  107. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Combating Therapy Stigma and Treatment Works if You Work It
  108. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Biological Therapies
  109. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Psychotherapy Efficacy and General Concepts
  110. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Techniques
  111. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Humanistic Therapies and Client-Centered Concepts
  112. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Behavior Therapies and Behavioral Techniques
  113. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Cognitive Therapies
  114. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Different Types of Mental Healthcare
  115. Abnormal Psychology: Treatment: Different Therapy Modalities, Treatment Sites, and 12-Step Programs

Course Description

An introduction to the basic concepts, principles, and theories of the science of psychology. Topics included are biological and developmental processes, perception and awareness, learning and thinking, motivation and emotion, personality and individuality, adjustment and mental health, and social behavior.

This free, online college class is an introduction to the basic concepts, principles, and theories of the science of psychology. Topics included are biological and developmental processes, perception and awareness, learning and thinking, motivation and emotion, personality and individuality, adjustment and mental health, and social behavior.

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