course. Any student caught plagiarizing ± that is, quoting another author¶s words directlyor rewording another author¶s ideas without proper attribution ± will fail the paper assignment and, perhaps, the course. In addition, anyone who cheats or plagiarizes willhave his or her name reported to the coordinator of campus judicial affairs. It is WAY tooeasy to unintentionally plagiarize by copying an online resource and pasting it without proper attribution so be extremely careful to uphold academic ethical standards.
Please turn off phones, PDAs, iPods, and other devices unless you¶ve cleared it with mein advance (for instance, you need to be reachable in an emergency). Respect yourfellow students and don¶t text in class ± it¶s highly distracting to everyone around you!Required Textbook:
th: Theory and
by James Halpern and Mary Tramontin.(2007). Thomson-Brooks/Cole.
Other required readings will be available on Blackboard unless otherwise noted(more may be added):
Alvarez, L. (2008, August 26). Home from war, veterans say head injuries gounrecognized,
ew York Times
.Beiser, V. (April 19, 2010). Organizing Armageddon: What we learned from the Haitiearthquake.
NOT on Blackboard - download from:http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/04/ff_haiti/all/1Bonanno, G.A. (2004). Loss, trauma, and human resilience: Have we underestimated thehuman capacity to thrive after extremely aversive events?
20-28.Halpern, S. (May 19, 2008). Virtual Iraq: Using simulation to treat a new generation of traumatized veterans.
ew Yorker Magazine
Downloaded fromhttp://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2008/05/19/080519.Lord, J.H.; Hook, M.; & English, S. (2003). Different faiths, different perceptions of public tragedy. In M. Lattanzi-Licht & K.J. Doka (Eds.),
Living with grief: Coping with p
, pp. 91-107. New York: Brunner-Routledge.