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New York: W. W. Norton.
Horney, K. (1945). Our Inner
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James, W. (1899/1958). Talks
to Teachers on Psychology and to Students on Some of Life's Ideals.
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Schultz, D. P., & Schultz, S. E.
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Skinner, B. F. (1948). Walden
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||PERCENT OF GRADE
Examination:This exam will consist of identification items and
short essays. Study questions for this exam will be provided about
a week before the test. The exam will include only material covered
in the study questions, covering lectures and readings assigned through
Examination: Similar format to midterm. Cumulative exam.
The exam will include only material covered in the study questions.
pages): Write about one of the books assigned for the course (James,
Fancher, Skinner, Freud, Horney).
Write twice weekly about class material, including books, relation to other
courses, personal observations about the concepts presented, etc.
|Class participation: Attendance
at specified discussion times is required. Class discussions will
focus on the five books and short readings, as assigned in the course outline.
Individuals will take responsibility for discussion on one of the days
indicated. You will choose which of the discussions you will lead.
You should meet with me in the week before the discussion to consider ways
to spark interesting conversation and facilitate active participation in
All papers will be typed and are
due in class on the dates indicated. Your journal should also be
kept in word-processing format so that it can be printed when I ask for