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Class Schedule Listing - 2021 Fall (Mar 04, 2021)

 

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Self-Regulation - 47242 - PSY 4696 - 801
Topical Section Description: The topic of this course will be Self-Regulation - an important and overarching psychological construct which is rooted in theories of motivation and has been found to play a significant role in explaining individual differences in human behavior. The course will allow students to examine the influence and application of self-regulation research to different domains including child-development, cognition, academic achievement, learning disabilities, addiction, body image, culture, and counseling, among others. Students will also learn how self-regulation is conceptually defined across the disciplines by examining and responding to scales that assess self-regulation in children and adults. Through reading and evaluating research on self-regulation across multiple domains, students will expand their understanding of the multidimensional nature of self-regulation and will be better prepared to select an area of interest for their capstone research project. To successfully complete their research project, students will be required to extensively read, discuss, and critically evaluate the literature on self-regulation and to adhere to APA Style (7e)'s guidelines for scholarly writing. To complete your studies at TUJ, you will create a Senior Portfolio representing the best and most meaningful works and accomplishments from your TUJ experiences. Finally, and for the Senior Portfolio, you will develop or update your curriculum vitae (CV) and résumé and prepare a checklist for requesting letters of recommendation in the future.

Associated Term: 2021 Fall
Registration Dates: No dates available
Registration Levels: Graduate, NonDegree Continuing Undergrad, Undergraduate
Course Attributes: Writing Intensive

Japan Campus
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Credit Hours: 3.000

Seats Available: 18


Scheduled Meeting Times
Type Time Days Where Date Range Schedule Type Instructors
Class 2:10 pm - 3:10 pm MWF TBA Aug 30, 2021 - Dec 08, 2021 Base Lecture Ada Angel Adaros (P)E-mail



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