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UHE3032 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN BEHAVIOR

Code
UHE3032

Name
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN BEHAVIOR

Prerequisite
None

Synopsis
This course is designed to expose students to the basic concepts and major aspects of psychology related to human behavior. It discusses about of human being from various perspectives such as physical, mental, spiritual and emotional. Its emphasis is also placed on the application of psychology to diverse human activities. In general, the philosophy of this course is to provide students with an objective way of perceiving aspects of the world around them, insights into their own and others' behavior, and an appreciation of the complexity of human behavior.

Objectives
By the end of semester, students should be able to:

1.  Explain the concept of human behavior from psychology and religious principle in term of its definition, objectives, factors that influenced behavior, historical perspectives, theories that explain human behavior, and great debates of understanding human behavior;
2.  Investigate how general psychological knowledge from the areas of personality, assessment, cognitive and social psychology can be applied in daily life;
3.  Apply the knowledge of psychology in living contexts in order to understand human psychology; and
4.  Implement soft skills elements (Positive Values, Communication, Leadership, Team working, Critical and Creative Thinking) in the assessments given.
 

Coordinator

Ahmad Fazullah Mohd Zainal Abidin

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