Lincoln College

Undergraduate Catalog :: Normal Campus

Psychology

PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology (G10)

Credits: 3
This course is an examination of the behavioristic, humanistic, and biological viewpoints in psychology. Included in the survey of the discipline are learning principles and applications, perception, motivation, emotions and stress, psycho-biology, thinking, psychological testing, theories of personality, sexual behavior, abnormal behavior, and approaches to therapy.
IAI – S6.900

PSY 204: Social Psychology (G10)

Credits: 3
This is a study of the social interaction of individuals and psychological principles and concepts involved in these relationships, and includes discussion of social perception, values, attitudes, prejudice, group dynamics, leadership, and other group processes.
Prereq. PSY 101
IAI – S8.900

PSY 207: Abnormal Psychology (G10)

Credits: 3
The focus of this course is an overview and appraisal of current theories regarding the causes and treatment of maladaptive behavior and mental disorders. The course examines the issues of classification and diagnosis, disorders of childhood and adolescence, anxiety and mood disorders, cognitive and personality disorders, and schizophrenia.
Prereq. PSY 101