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In Introduction to Psychology taught by Dr Mary Kay Streit we were leaning information form our book Introduction to Psychology Eighth Edition The class study forms chapters 1 to 20 slipping a few in the middle The class had a fast past and was full of useful information At first I had a very hard time keeping up The first two tests I barely passed The teacher was always willing to help with what she could Me myself had other problems going in to the class I am a learning disabled student who was not getting as much helps as I need The classes that were being taken by me were college level and were all time consuming Dr Kay was very reasonable and did what she could she also give us different ways the study for the test so that we could bring are grades up In the next paragraphs to follow I will be telling you and just a few topics we covered in the course In chapters one and two we went over the search for understanding and research methods and critical thinking These topics were pretty general but were very helpful in the over all book Every chapter lead into the next one In chapter one we learned what does psychology mean Well today there is a study for everything and well to me psychology is like the study of the body and how it works mentally not so much physically All throws there are parts of psychology that do To me its more backed on why people act the way they do what makes them think the things they think and how those throws came about In the book psychology is defined as the scientific study of human and animal behavior We also learn in chapter one about the five views or behavior Forces within ones personality which are often hidden or unconscious direct one psychodynamic view that
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