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Handout prepared by MCC librarians that includes reference list and in-text citation examples for various types of sources. It is based on the 7th edition of the APA style manual. Handout also available in the Library
Exemplary Works List
This LibGuide provides the Psychology 111 List of Exemplary Works which is updated annually by the MCC Psychology Department. All of the books that are available through the MCC Library are included on this list. If you need assistance obtaining the books or articles, please contact a reference librarian at 860-512-2883.
Psychology 111/ General Psychology I
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the discipline of psychology and to the evolving body of knowledge that has been produced by this discipline. It surveys basic topic areas within psychology including psychology’s history and scientific origins, current research and measurement techniques, the physiological correlates of experience and behavior, human development, learning, memory, intelligence, and personality.