Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1925-1926 Page: 73
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
X. DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY.
125.-Elementary Psychology. A\ general introductory course
which gives a brief survey of ti3 scope of general psychology.
Text: Bennett, Psychology and Self Development.
325.-Advanced Psychology. This course presents a general
study of the mental processes. It is helpful to all work in pedagogy
and philosophy and should enable the student to appreciate
critically whatever he may read along psychological lines. The
experiments are of three orders: individual experiments, class
demonstrations, class experiments.
103.-Elementary Educational Psychology. This course deals
with those phases of psychology which throw light upon the process
of learning. Text: Psychology for Students of Education
103A.-Educational Psychology. A course having to do
with the application of the principles of psychology to teaching
the common branches. Class experiments form a part of the
work. Text: LaRue, The Child's Mind and the Common
213.-The Adolescent. A course dealing with the facts and
principles of physical, mental, moral and religious development
throughout the period of adolescence.
235.-A general course in Applied Psychology. A special
study of psychological investigations, and of practical applications
of psychology. Text: Ewer, Applied Psychology.
243.-Elementary Educational Measurements. A consideration
of the development and use of standard tests and scales in the
measurement of schoolroom instruction for the elementary grades.
Texts: Monroe, Measuring the Results of Teaching; Hines, A
Guide to Educational Measurements.
253.-Elementary Child Psychology. This course deals with
the significance of the development stages: physical growth, instinct,
motor development, language, play, imitation, imagination,
etc. Texts: Kirkpatrick, The Individual in the Making;
Baker, Parenthood and Child Nurture.
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