Objectives for Psychology:
Course Description for Psychology:
This course reflects the study by two professors who are authorities in their fields. Daniel N. Robinson demonstrates that from the dawn of rigorous and self-critical inquiry in ancient Greece, reflections about human nature have been linked to the cultures from which they arose, and each definable historical age has added its own character and tone to this long tradition. Professor Fancher traces the evolution of this influential science through personal triumphs and disappointments of a fascinating gallery of individuals from Descartes, Gall, and Kant to James, Piaget, and Skinner.AIU’s Mission and Vision are founded upon the Declaration of Human Rights which specifies Education as a human right. AIU is doing its part by making learning materials, college courses, and academic research Publicly Accessible. This online distance learning Psychology course is open to the public as part of Atlantic International Univerity's Open Access Initiative (AIU Open Access). In order to gain college credit and/or receive the completion certificate for Psychology, participants must be registered as students with AIU.
Content, Lessons, and Tests: Psychology
The lessons and topics for this course are provided in audio and video format. A test will follow the conclusion of each lesson to verify the concepts covered have been learned.
Course Instructor: Ms. Leigh Rose