Psychology: Introduction

Course Number: PSYC 001

This course will introduce you to some basic features of human experience and principles of human behaviour. We will examine issues ranging from biology and behaviour, perception, states of consciousness, learning, memory, emotions, human development, motivation and psychological disorders. This course will help you gain a better understanding of yourself and others.

Note: For students taking the online version of this course, refer to the section entitled, Recommendations for Online Learners under General Education.

This course qualifies as a General Education credit and is a compulsory course for the Certificate in the Study of Human Behaviour program 09711.

Section 80 is limited to students admitted into the Police Foundations Leadership Diploma program.

Students who are taking courses on a part-time basis should contact the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences CE Department to enquire about registration into locked courses.

For further information and direction for accessing the online course, visit the Open Learning website at or call 416.675.5049.

For further information, contact 416.675.6622 ext. 4122 or

The contact person is Stephen Duggan, ext. 3771 for section 80 courses. You can reach him at

There will be no class on Victoria Day - May 19, 2014.

There will be no classes on Civic Holiday - August 4, 2014.

If you would like to add a specific class to your Course List (from which you can create a registration form), please click the ADD button beside the class you are interested in.

Full refund less $25 if the request is received in Customer Service and Registration before the second scheduled class for Saturday sessions, and before the third scheduled class for evening sessions.  Exceptions to the refund policy will not be made for students who register late.