{Fall} Psychology: A Christian Perspective – gr 9+

Description: Psychology is quoted and used in a number of different fields, is always on the news, and is a popular college-level course. Give your high schoolers a context and understanding of Psychology from a Christian perspective while still in high school. This elective will help students to understand how naturalism, behavioralism, humanism, evolutionism, moral relativism and reductionism are used within psychological theories.

Covering the history of psychology, as well as current theories on motivation, emotion, development, memory, sensation, abnormal psychology, social psychology, treatment, and more, each chapter includes bolded key words, a chapter summary, and review questions.

Taught by Tracey Robinson
Monday @ 11:00 – 11:55

Class Code: HE1134

Tuition: $45

Materials Fee: $30

Estimated Hours of Homework per Week: 1

Required Materials: binder, at lest 5 tab dividers, notebook paper, pencil

Textbook: Student - Psychology: A Christian Perspective ISBN # 9780981558721

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Term: Fall Only
 Minimum Students: 3    Maximum Students:  15
 Accept students mid-semester: Yes
Location: CERC Room E
Start Time: 11:00
End Time: 11:55
Tuition: 45
Estimated Hours of Homework per Week: 1
Required Materials: binder, at lest 5 tab dividers, notebook paper, pencil
Textbooks: Student - Psychology: A Christian Perspective ISBN # 9780981558721
Materials Fee: 30
Subject: Array
Class Code: HE1134