All sections of Psyc 100 use the same text, which you can find at
University Bookstore. All sections of Psyc 101 also use the same text. If you are planning on taking both
Psyc 100 and 101 sections, you can buy a hardcover text that includes both 100 and 101 content. Each text is also offered separately, in a soft-cover custom version, and as an e-text (with a non-transferable passcode).
Both the hard cover and the soft cover versions of the introductory psychology texts for Psyc 100 and 101 for the 2017-2018 are in a new edition. A new (unused) text will come with an access code to the text
publisher’s student resources, called MyPsycLab. The textbook is:
Krause, M., Corts, D., Smith, S.,
& Dolderman, D. (2018). An introduction to
psychological science (2nd Canadian ed.). Toronto, ON: Pearson Canada.
readings may be required by some instructors, including The Capilano
University Writing Guide.
introduction to psychology involves 2 one-semester courses. There are no pre-requisites for either course - you can take either of them first, or both courses in the same semester.
The same hard-cover
text is used for both of the introductory courses and the material is divided
up among 100 and 101 as follows:
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