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Gary Popoli, Ph.D., Adjunct Faculty Psychology


Mailbox: F250 Fallston Hall (Behavioral & Social Science Division)

Email: gpopoli@harford.edu




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Psychology Program Description

This option is designed to prepare students for transfer to baccalaureate programs with major emphasis on psychology and the behavioral sciences. Students planning careers in a variety of related fields may also use this option as a general program guide.


Psychology 101 Course Description

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology

This course is the scientific study of society. Detailed consideration is given to culture, social control and deviation, social groups, social instruction, social stratification, ethnic minorities, demography, the community, social change and collective behavior. Three lecture hours per week.


Psychology 102 Course Description

PSY 102 Human Development Across the Life Span

This course studies the developing person across the life span from conception to death. Numerous theoretical perspectives are applied to studying biological, cognitive, psychosocial change. Emphasis is given to the role of genetic influences as well the specific environmental contexts in which development occurs. Three lecture hours per week. Prerequisite: PSY 101.






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