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Development: Physical and Self
- Explain theories of social, moral, and personality development.
- Compare and contrast personality theories.
- Describe influences on physical and cognitive development.
Psychological Health and the Social Context
- Explain the role of biological influences on physical and mental health.
- Evaluate the role of various therapies in treating maladaptive behavior or mental illness.
- Identify social influences on human thought, feelings, and behavior.
Introduction to Psychology
- Describe the development of the discipline of psychology.
- Compare and contrast research methods used to examine psychological phenomena.
- Explain biological influences of the human brain on psychology.
Awareness and Learning
- Identify processes related to sensing and perceiving information from the environment.
- Describe factors that influence states of human consciousness.
- Distinguish between different types of learning.
Remembering, Feeling, and Thinking
- Explain relationships among motivation, emotion, and behavior.
- Describe influences on memory functions.
- Evaluate major theories of emotion.
- Summarize relationships among thinking, intelligence, and creativity.
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