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Lee, Etta Ms.

Behavioral Sciences
Associate Professor of Psychology

229. 391.5085

Office Hours:

Monday Wednesday and Friday: 10 am to 11 am, 12 pm to 1 pm

Tuesday and Thursday: 9 am to 9:30 am, 11 am to 12:30 pm, and 1:45 to 2:00 pm

Friday: 10 am to 11 am and 12 pm to 1 pm


Other times by Appointment

Office: 229 391 5085

Cell: 229 560 9070



Introduction to Psychology


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This course is a broad survey of the major topics in psychology including, but not limited to, research methodology, biological and social factors influencing behavior, development, learning, memory, personality, and abnormal behavior/therapy.

Introduction to Abnormal Psychology

Course Description: This course is an introduction to maladaptive behaviors and psychological disorders as classified by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (current edition). Students will be introduced to historical and clinical perspectives, symptoms, etiology, and treatment through the application of psychological theory and research findings. Biological, psychosocial, and socio-cultural influences will be examined.

Psychology of Adjustment

PSYC 2101 INTRODUCTION TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT. 3 hours. Prerequisite: Exemption from or successful completion of READ 0099 and ENGL 0099. An introductory examination of the applied psychological theory and research concerning mental health and well-being. Personal application is stressed.

Human Growth and Development

Course Description PSYC 2103 Introduction to Human Development. Three (3) semester hour course. An introductory non-laboratory based examination of human development across the life span with emphasis on normal patterns of physical, cognitive, and social development.


Course Description: An interdisciplinary seminar designed to introduce the student to some of the fundamental concepts and issues of the social sciences and to develop the student’s critical thinking skills. Topics vary from term to term, and include such themes as American values, gender issues, and current political or social issues.

This term we will be addressing gender issues in the workplace and other settings.



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SPECTRA is a Gay-Straight Alliance Club that has formed at ABAC, Abraham Baldwin Agricutrual College, Tifton, GA

Campus Cats


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This facebook group is designated to inform students, faculty/staff, and others who may be interested the situation of the feral cats here on Tifton campus. We are now a club but still need as much support as possible to make this club a success. We need as many interested members as possible, people who are concerned or want to know more about the cats on campus and help decide their fate.

The goal of this group is primarily to control the population of the feral (wild) cats on campus through humane TNR instead of euthanasia which is the current population control method in place. TNR is short for Trap, Neuter, Return. By trapping these cats, having them neutered, vaccinated, and tested for disease we are helping to reduce the population and improve the health of the cats here without resorting to killing them through euthanasia as a means of population control. We also hope that through this group we will be able to educate the community and students on pet ownership.

Please spread the word to those who might wish to support us including but not limited to students and faculty/staff. We will set a date for a Club meeting to inform everyone in more detail about the process of TNR and how we plan to address the cat population here on campus in what we believe will be a more humane, effective method. Many other colleges and universities including Stanford, UGA, Texas A&M University, University of Texas, and University of Florida.

Please let your voice be heard, let them know that as students, faculty/staff, and/or concerned citizens we care about what goes on on this campus.



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SEEDS (Students for Eco-friendly and Ethical Developments in Sustainability) will provide a social network for students interested in rising opportunities in local sustainable markets, such as organic gardening, farmer’s markets and cooperatives. The club principles will support the protection and improvement of the natural environment, preservation and support for the local culture, connection of the individual to the community and the integration of harmony between people and the natural world through the creative spirit of individuals.