Advanced Placement (AP)Download PDF Psychology
Credit Hours: 0.5
Course Length: 1 Semester
This course is a survey of psychology that introduces students to the major topics of the field, the terminology and methodology of psychology, and the historical and current understanding of human behavior and thought-processes. Students learn to analyze human experiences like psychologists do and to apply what they have learned to the world around them. The focus of the course is to prepare students to take the Advanced Placement Psychology course administered by the College Board in the spring of each year.
Psychology, General Biology Suggested.
Required Textbook(s) and/or Materials
Unit I: Introduction to Psychology
Unit II: The Biological Basis of Behavior
Unit III: Human Development and Awareness
Unit IV: Human Cognition
Unit V: Human Motivation and Emotion
Unit VI: Human Interaction
Unit VII: Course Review