[ugrads] Fwd: New Summer PSYC Course

Fred J. Hickernell hickernell at iit.edu
Fri Apr 18 15:06:12 CDT 2014


Best regards,
Fred


Fred J. Hickernell, Professor and Chair
Department of Applied Mathematics, Illinois Institute of Technology
E1 Bldg Rm 208, 10 West 32nd Street, Chicago, IL 60616
hickernell at iit.edu, www.iit.edu/~hickernell
Office: 1 312 567 8983   Cell: 1 630 696 8124

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> From: Ron Landis <rlandis at iit.edu>
> Subject: New Summer PSYC Course
> Date: April 18, 2014 at 2:57:25 PM CDT
> To: Maureen Flanagan <mflanag3 at iit.edu>, KEITH J BOWMAN <kbowman1 at iit.edu>, Ishaque Khan <khan at iit.edu>, Ashfaq Khokhar <akhokhar at iit.edu>, David Mogul <mogul at iit.edu>, sun at cs.iit.edu, Grant Bunker <bunker at iit.edu>, "Fred J. Hickernell" <hickernell at iit.edu>, Tom Irving <irving at iit.edu>, Vincent Turitto <turitto at iit.edu>, "Fu, Gongkang" <gfu2 at iit.edu>
> 
> All
> 
> We are offering a new course this summer that some of your students might find interesting. This is the first time we have offered the class and are hoping to generate some interest. I’m sharing it with you in the hopes that you would be willing to pass along the information to your students and/or advisors.
> 
> Best wishes,
> Ron
> 
> PSYC380-2  Psychology in Film
> Instructor: Adam Fominaya
> Mondays & Wednesdays, 12:10 - 3:50, June 2 - July 23, 2014
> Psychological theories provide a framework for better understanding human behavior, emotion, and cognition. Film provides a unique perspective on these theories, both in terms of how human behavior is depicted in film (sometimes accurately, sometimes not), and how filmmakers use psychology in the creation of their work. The goal of the course is to utilize a framework based on scientifically grounded psychological theories to evaluate the accuracy of psychology as depicted in films.  Student's should expect to view films and television in class while critically evaluating the nuances of depicted behaviors and emotions.  Student's coursework will center around individual short responses as well as group and class discussion. This course can be used as a Social Science general education elective. (Prerequsite: one prior psychology course, or permission of instructor). 
> 
> Ronald S. Landis, Ph.D
> Nambury S. Raju Professor of Psychology
> Chair, Department of Psychology 
> Associate Editor, Journal of Business and Psychology
> 
> Illinois Institute of Technology
> Lewis College of Human Sciences
> Department of Psychology
> 3105 S. Dearborn St., Life Sciences #252
> Chicago, IL 60616
> 
> email: rlandis at iit.edu
> phone: 312.567.6467
> fax: 312.567.3493
> 
> For urgent matters, Ms. Jackie McGhee (jmcghee at iit.edu) can access my calendar.
> 



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