AP Psychology -

2016-2017

Instructor:

Curt Ranweiler - Social Science Department - Berthoud High School

curtis.ranweiler@thompsonschools.org

vm: 970.613.7729
TEXTBOOK Information:

Myers' Psychology for AP* by David G Myers

Myers' Psychology for AP*
Myers' Psychology for AP*

First Edition ©2011 / ISBN-10: 1-4292-4436-4 /

ISBN-13: 978-1-4292-4436-7

Course Syllabus: Course Outline: AP Psych Warmups Template:







CLASSROOM links to assist you:

The Myers book companion site:

http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492

http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Social%20Psychology/social_psychology.htm
GOOGLE CLASSROOM INFO:
https://www.google.com/edu/products/productivity-tools/classroom/
-Log in with your school gmail account
*HERE IS YOUR CLASS CODE:
1wq7egq
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Unit 3B - Brain parts involved in one of these activities:


MONDAY - 31 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

WU-
Quick study time for reading quiz

In Class-
E of L DUE:

Unit 3C Reading Quiz (pages 94-100)

3B-6 Questionnaire

WAR OF THE WORLDS!
(Social Psychology Connections)

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Stroke on the air
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/cbs-reporter-serene-branson-suffered-complex-migraine-stroke/story?id=12944345

Evidence of Learning-
War of the Worlds - audio and handout

Unit 3C Vocabulary List (Test TUESDAY 1 NOV 2016)

FRIDAY - 28 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

WU-
Listen to:
http://www.npr.org/2012/09/12/161025945/facebook-could-be-powerful-tool-in-targeting-voters
Respond to:
1. What does this say about our friends and their influence?
2. Describe the power of social media.
3. How might these findings be used by political parties in the future?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 3B Fact or Falsehood (page #s and proofs if false)
Psych Sim 5 : Hemispheric Specialization
Brain Plasticity or Split Brain Research article/summary

3B-6 Questionnaire

Share brain research articles

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Stroke on the air
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/cbs-reporter-serene-branson-suffered-complex-migraine-stroke/story?id=12944345

Phineas Gage
Diane Van Deren

Face Blindness
video/part 1:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxqsBk7Wn-Y
test:
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/60-minutes-face-blindness-when-everyone-is-a-stranger/
1. What is prosopagnosia?
2. Describe several ways in which people who suffer from face blindness are able to cope in there day to day lives?
3. Provide 2 problems with this affliction - 2 benefits of it.
4. Answer ONE of the following:
-A. What would your life be like if YOU had prosopagnosia? Provide details.
-B. Do you or someone you know have prosopagnosia? How do they cope? Describe what life is like for them?

Pick an activity and show how various parts of the brain are involved

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3C Reading Quiz pages 94-100 - NEXT CLASS - MONDAY 31 OCT 2016
Unit 3C Vocabulary List (Test TUESDAY 1 NOV 2016)

WEDNESDAY - 26 OCT 2016
1st HOUR

WU-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNM897-vIjc

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
Case Studies 1,2,3,4,5,6


Check it!

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3B Fact or Falsehood 1-10
Page #s and Proofs (if FALSE)
_

Psych Sim 5: Hemispheric Specialization
GO TO:

http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492

CLICK ON:
"Replacement Product" LINK
CLICK ON:
"Psych Sim 5 Tutorials"
CLICK ON:
"Hemispheric Specialization - Unit 3B"

FIND A CURRENT PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH ARTICLE
The TWO TOPIC AREAS to choose from:
-Brain Plasticity Research
OR
-Split Brain Research
-READ it,
-SUMMARIZE it (in a well written and organized paragraph*)
*You are the expert of your article...find something interesting!
HERE ARE SOME RESOURCES:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/
http://www.psychologytoday.com/


Unit 3C Vocabulary List


TUESDAY - 25 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Examine the brain functions.

WU-
READ pages 90-91 "The Two-Track Mind"
ANSWER
1. What are the mind's two tracks, as revealed by studies of "dual processing"?
2. Can you recall a time when, your attention was focused on one thing, while you were oblivious to something else
(perhaps to pain, to someone's approach, or to background music)?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Brain Case Studies #1, #2, #3, #4

amygdala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP89CUF7Gew&feature=relmfu

The Wagner Preference Inventory (3B-4)

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Brain Plasticity (p.82)
-what?
-how?
Brain Plasticity: Jody Miller
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTiZpPyqRk

Evidence of Learning-
2 PARTS

1 - COMPLETE #5 and #6
Use 3B to assist you in answering the following:
Brain Case Studies


2 - UNIT 3B Vocabulary Test (LAST 19 Terms) - WED 26 OCT 2016

MONDAY - 24 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Examine the brain functions.

WU-
READ page 88 "Brain Organization and Handedness"
ANSWER:
1. Is handedness inherited? Explain.
2. Is it all right to be left-handed? Why?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Brain Case Studies #1, #2

amygdala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP89CUF7Gew&feature=relmfu

brain overview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UukcdU258A&feature=related

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Left Brain - Right Brain (pages 83-85)
Michael Gazzaniga testing a split brain patient
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMLzP1VCANo

Brain Plasticity (p.82)
-what?
-how?
Brain Plasticity: Jody Miller
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTiZpPyqRk

Broca's Video (Aphasia - p.80)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gocIUW3E-go

Evidence of Learning-
2 PARTS

1 - COMPLETE #3 and #4
Use 3B to assist you in answering the following:
Brain Case Studies


2 - UNIT 3B Vocabulary Test (LAST 19 Terms) - WED 26 OCT 2016

FRIDAY - 21 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Differentiate the parts of the brain and their functions.

WU-
Page 93 (11-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Brain Hat DUE :)
Unit 3B Questions 1,4,5

Pinky and the Brain...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snO68aJTOpM

Discuss E of L

amygdala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP89CUF7Gew&feature=relmfu

brain overview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UukcdU258A&feature=related

Brain Activity and Demo (pages 74 and 75)

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Left Brain - Right Brain (pages 83-85)
Michael Gazzaniga testing a split brain patient
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMLzP1VCANo

Brain Plasticity (p.82)
-what?
-how?
Brain Plasticity: Jody Miller
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTiZpPyqRk

Broca's Video (Aphasia - p.80)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gocIUW3E-go
_


Evidence of Learning-
COMPLETE #1 and #2
Use 3B to assist you in answering the following:
Brain Case Studies


TUESDAY - 18 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Differentiate the parts of the brain and their functions.

WU-
Quick...Study time!

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Brain Test - parts and what they do...

Brain Test

Brain Hats!
Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?

LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3B Questions 1,4,5

MONDAY - 17 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Differentiate the parts of the brain and their functions.

WU-
Page 93 (6-10)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Create A Quiz on the CNS, PNS, ES.
Unit 3B Vocabulary List

Take the quizzes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHrmiy4W9C0

cnnstudentnews.com

Evidence of Learning-
STUDY!!!
*Brain parts location and brain functions/responsibilities quiz - TUESDAY 18 OCT 2016

WEDNESDAY - 12 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Compare / contrast the differences between the PNS, CNS and ES.

WU-
Page 93 (1-5)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
DEFINITIONS / EXAMPLES of PNS, CNS and ES

Unit 3A (1-15)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4N-7AlzK7s

cnnstudentnews.com

Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)

-PART 1-
CREATE A QUIZ - BRING HARD COPY TO CLASS

(TYPED -15 questions total - 5 per topic with possible answers AND a separate key)

FORMAT:
2 topic areas should be MULTIPLE CHOICE based questions.
and
1 topic area should be TRUE / FALSE based statements.

TOPIC AREAS:
Peripheral Nervous System (5 questions)
Central Nervous System (5 questions)
Endocrine System (5 questions)

-PART 2-
Unit 3B Vocabulary List*
*Brain parts location and brain responsibilities quiz - TUESDAY 18 OCT 2016

MONDAY - 10 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Describe the differences between the PNS, CNS and ES.

WU-
USE pages 53-58
ANSWER the following:
1. Define neurons?
2. How do they transmit information?
3. Describe the speed of a neuron impulse.
4. What is reuptake?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
-Mouse Party handout
-Unit 3A Fact or False Proofs

Unit 3A End of Unit 1-16

Quick - Grouping Neurotransmitters together...

cnnstudentnews.com

Evidence of Learning-
DEFINE and PROVIDE Examples of:
1. Peripheral Nervous System
2. Central Nervous System
3. Endocrine System

WEDNESDAY - 5 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Create a "working" motor neuron (describe what each part does)

WU-
Page 65 (11-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
-Unit 3 "Quiz" pages 53-58
-COMPLETE 11-20 of
Neurotransmitter Scramble
-Unit 3A Vocabulary Test

Build a Neuron


The background of a neural impulse (page 53)
"Neuron Flushing Experiment"


Answers (NeuronScramble)

Evidence of Learning-
(3 PARTS)

PART 1 - MOUSE PARTY
http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/addiction/mouse/
attachment to complete:


PART 2 - Unit 3A Fact or Falsehood Proofs

1-Fact or False
2-Page # to prove or disprove statement

PART 3 - ANSWERS to NEUROTRANSMITTERSCRAMBLE handout:
(answers on pages 5 and 6)


TUESDAY - 4 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Define the responsibility of each neurotransmitter.

WU-
Page 65 (6-10)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Neurotransmitters / Functions handout (1-10)

Unit 3A Vocabulary Test

Unit 3 "Quiz" pages 53-58
USE TEXTBOOK TO ASSIST YOU



COMPLETE 11-20 of
Neurotransmitter Scramble


Evidence of Learning-

Unit 3 "Quiz" pages 53-58
USE TEXTBOOK TO ASSIST YOU



COMPLETE 11-20 of
Neurotransmitter Scramble


MONDAY - 3 OCT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - Draw and label a neuron.

WU-
Page 65 (1-5)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 3A questions #4 and #5

Go over Unit 2 FRQ's

The neuron
-sketch / label
-sodium / potassium pump

Neurotransmitters / Functions


Evidence of Learning-
COMPLETE 1-10 of this handout:
Neurotransmitters / Functions


Unit 3A Vocabulary Test - TUESDAY 4 OCT 2016

FRIDAY - 30 SEPT 2016
3rd HOUR

EQ/LT - What are some problems of survey bias?

WU-
Spongebob article
(Population/Sample/IV/DV/Control/Experimental)
What were some flaws in this experiment?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 3A Questions 1,2,3
Unit 3A Vocabulary List

Informed Consent

Fear Survey

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3A Questions #4 and #5

Unit 3A Vocabulary Test - TUESDAY 4 OCT 2016

WEDNESDAY - 28 SEPT 2016
3rd HOUR
WU-
NO WU

In Class-
Unit 2 Test w/ FRQ

Evidence of Learning-
READ Pages 51-58:
Unit 3A Questions 1,2,3

Unit 3A Vocabulary List

TUESDAY - 27 SEPT 2016
3rd HOUR
WU-
Page 49
Unit 2 Review
(11-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
IV/DV handout side 1

LINKS to help with the following concepts:

Hindsight Bias
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVlMnPjTtHg&feature=related
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/goal-posts/200911/monday-morning-quarterbacking-the-case-the-hindsight-bias

Overconfidence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EaJMr26F5w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iThQ1po1JLU

Correlation and Causation

Skinny on Statistics

-normal / skewed curves
-distributions
-standard deviation
z-score
external image NormalDistributionSD.jpg

Monty Hall Problem
http://www.montyhallproblem.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhlc7peGlGg

Unit 2 Fact or Falsehood


Evidence of Learning-

Unit 2 Test - WEDNESDAY 28 SEPT 2016
STUDY LINKS:
http://www.apstudynotes.org/psychology/outlines/chapter-2-methods/
http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Research%20Methods/research_methods.htm

MONDAY - 26 SEPT 2016
3rd HOUR
WU-
Page 49
Unit 2 Review
(6-10)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Mini Presentation (Methods of Observation) uploaded to Google Classroom
Reading Quiz (pages 29-36)

LINKS to help with the following concepts:

Hindsight Bias
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVlMnPjTtHg&feature=related
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/goal-posts/200911/monday-morning-quarterbacking-the-case-the-hindsight-bias

Overconfidence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EaJMr26F5w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iThQ1po1JLU

Correlation and Causation

Evidence of Learning-
IV/DV Experiment handout (just PART I)



Unit 2 Test - WEDNESDAY 28 SEPT 2016
STUDY LINKS:
http://www.apstudynotes.org/psychology/outlines/chapter-2-methods/
http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Research%20Methods/research_methods.htm

FRIDAY - 23 SEPT 2015
3rd HOUR
WU-
READ each of the following and decide whether it is TRUE or FALSE (and support your answer).
1. Most people suffer from unrealistic low self-esteem.
2. The opinions of 1500 randomly selected people can provide a fairly accurate picture of the opinions
of an entire nation.
3. The scientific finding that depressed people tend to have low self-esteem proves that depression
causes people to be down on themselves.

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Code of Ethics paragraph DUE
Unit 2 Vocabulary Test (List 2)

LINKS to help with the following concepts:

Hindsight Bias
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVlMnPjTtHg&feature=related
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/goal-posts/200911/monday-morning-quarterbacking-the-case-the-hindsight-bias

Overconfidence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EaJMr26F5w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iThQ1po1JLU

Correlation and Causation

Evidence of Learning-
(3 PARTS)
1- Complete the following activity (Provide a couple sentences of a your reaction to taking it):
http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073531871/student_view0/module2/activity_2_2.html#

2- Create a mini presentation (slides, ppt, prezi, educreation, glogster, etc.) that
DEFINES and DISPLAYS/Gives examples/incorporate an activity?
the ways in which psychologists observe and describe behavior.
(you could be presenting this next class)
*Use pages 26-29 to assist you
-UPLOAD TO Google Classroom:
YOU WILL NEED TO USE YOUR THOMPSON GMAIL EMAIL LOGIN
https://classroom.google.com
class code: 1wq7egq

3- READ pages 29-36 - READING QUIZ and DISCUSSION over these pages NEXT CLASS - MONDAY 26 SEPT 2016

WEDNESDAY - 21 SEPT 2016
3rd HOUR
WU-
Page 48
Unit 2 Review
(1-5)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 1 M/C and Unit 1 FRQ -TURN IN
Operational Definitions

REVIEW:
Hindsight Bias
Overconfidence

What is...
The Scientific Attitude - read/define
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIrYBcz6WFU
http://randi.org/site/

Evidence of Learning-
(3 PARTS)
PART 1
COMPLETE
Psych Sim 5 Tutorial: Unit 2 Descriptive Statistics
It is on the Myers Companion Site - http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492
Respond to the terms on this handout:


PART 2
(TYPED and UPLOADED to Google Classroom)
Create an Ethics mission statement/paragraph/protocol:
SEARCH "psychology code of ethics or ethics statement"
ALSO, here is a link to assist:

http://www.simplypsychology.org/Ethics.html

(READ pages 44-45 to assist you)

You have been hired as a psychologist for the new
"Berthoud Psychology Research Center"
You are to develop an ethics code for conducting your own experiments...
Describe policies that you would adhere to.
(Specific to what you would and you would not do, types of experiments, etc.)
1. What should/shouldn't be allowed?
2. What are some considerations you may need to make?
3. How does the use of deception affect the ethics of a study?

-UPLOAD TO Google Classroom:
YOU WILL NEED TO USE YOUR THOMPSON GMAIL EMAIL LOGIN
https://classroom.google.com
class code: 1wq7egq

PART 3
STUDY for Unit 2 Vocabulary Test - 1st 24 terms (FRIDAY 23 SEPT 2016)

TUESDAY - 20 SEPT 2016
1st HOUR
WU-

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 1 Psych Sim 5: Psychology's Timeline

Unit 1 M/C (1-15) Page 17

What is...
The Scientific Attitude - read/define
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIrYBcz6WFU
http://randi.org/site/

Dangers of Bread!

-beware of statistics

Evidence of Learning-

PART 1
Unit 1 M/C - Page 17 (1-15) AND UNIT 1 FRQ

PART 2

1. Define "operational definition"-

2. Create an operational definition for the following terms:

A. Happiness-

B. A Smile-

C. Intelligence-

D. Popularity-

E. Good music-



PART 3__

STUDY for Unit 2 Vocabulary Test - 1st 24 terms (FRIDAY 23 SEPT 2016)

MONDAY - 19 SEPTEMBER 2016

3rd HOUR
WU-
Page 17 (1-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Trading Cards / Wall of Fame DUE

International Talk Like a Pirate Day!
https://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/fun/talk-like-a-pirate-day
http://talklikeapirate.com/wordpress/
http://www.flavor574.com/2016/09/18/talk-like-pirate-day-2016-walk-walk-talk-talk-free-food/

E of L-
(3 PARTS)
1-
COMPLETE
Unit 1 Psych Sim 5
"Psychology's Timeline"


2-
Unit 1 FRQ (page 17) - DUE WEDNESDAY 21 SEPT 2016

3-
STUDY FOR:
Unit 2 Vocabulary Quiz FRIDAY 23 SEPT - FIRST 24 TERMS (first 2 columns on page 48)

FRIDAY - 16 SEPTEMBER 2016

3rd HOUR
WU-
NO WU

In Class-
E of L DUE-

WORK TIME
Development of Psychology
-Team Trading Cards / Wall of Fame

example:
http://www.powersportsphotos.com/Custom-Sports-Cards/images/Baseball-Trading-Card-Sample2.jpg

Trading Card Template / Builder:
http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/trading_cards_2/

Evidence of Learning-
Trading Cards (BEGINNING of Class - MONDAY, 19 SEPT 2016)

WEDNESDAY - 14 SEPTEMBER 2016

3rd HOUR
WU-
Page 17 (1-5)

In Class-
E of L DUE-
7 Faces of Psychology
Unit 14 Screenshot uploaded to Google Classroom
Unit 14 FRQ (handwritten)

discuss the above E of L

Development of Psychology
-Team Trading Cards / Wall of Fame

example:
http://www.powersportsphotos.com/Custom-Sports-Cards/images/Baseball-Trading-Card-Sample2.jpg

Trading Card Template / Builder:
http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/trading_cards_2/

Evidence of Learning-
With your partner:
DECIDE on the 8 Psychologists that you are going to research...get started!

Lab Time on WED 14 SEPT - Trading Cards (BEGINNING of Class - MONDAY, 19 SEPT 2016)

TUESDAY - 13 SEPTEMBER 2016

1st HOUR
WU-
Looking at pages 2-3...
1. Name 2 individuals that you feel were big contributors to the roots of psychology.
2. Why did you choose them?

In Class-
E of L DUE: Unit 1 Question #1

BY WEDNESDAY-
Uploaded Unit 14 M/C Test and Handwritten Unit 14 FRQ

Unit 1 - History / Careers / Theories

Plato's "Allegory of the Cave"
-What does this tell us about early beliefs on mental processes and behavior?
http://ed.ted.com/lessons/plato-s-allegory-of-the-cave-alex-gendler
https://faculty.washington.edu/smcohen/320/cave.htm

Evidence of Learning-
What important psychology events happened on your birthday?
USE THIS SITE TO ASSIST YOU:
https://www.cwu.edu/~warren/today.html

7 Faces of Psychology (Unit 1)


MONDAY - 12 SEPTEMBER 2015

1st HOUR
WU-
NO WU...It's Go Time!

In Class-
Unit 14 Test - Chromebooks, ipads or whatever device you prefer.

Evidence of Learning-
(3 PARTS)

1-
DUE WEDNESDAY 14 SEPT
Go this link and take the Unit 14 Social Psychology Test:
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Social%20Psychology/social_psychology.htm

UPLOAD a SCREENSHOT of YOUR RESULTS to Google Classroom:

GOOGLE CLASSROOM INFO:
https://www.google.com/edu/products/productivity-tools/classroom/
-Log in with your school gmail account
*HERE IS YOUR CLASS CODE:
1wq7egq

2-
COMPLETE Unit 14 FRQ (BY WEDNESDAY 14 SEPT 2016)

3-
Read pages 2-4 / Answer #1 (page 2) - DUE TUESDAY 13 SEPT 2016

FRIDAY - 9 SEPT 2016

WU-
1. Have you developed your own "rules" about who you are friends with online and who you are not? Explain.
2. How have you handled a failed relationship online? How easy is it to "unfriend" someone online?
3. Have you changed your online openness as you spend more time on social network sites?
Are you now more open or more closed than you were when you started?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
-Laws researched that encourage and prohibit discrimination
-Pages 678-682 (The Psychology of Attraction)
-"Attraction" (pages 678-682) on following areas (geography/proximity/mere exposure/physical attractiveness/similarity)
passionate love / companionate love (differences)

*Bystander effect - define it
AND give background on EACH of these examples (connect to definition):
-Kitty Genovese
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1763547
-wwyd?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSsPfbup0ac
http://abcnews.go.com/WhatWouldYouDo/teens-harass-elderly-man/story?id=12537125

Diffusion of Responsibility

Bolt's binder activity
*Altruism - define it
AND give background on EACH of these examples:
-Friends episode
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahDxg3hc5pM

Unit 14 practice questions


CB's

Evidence of Learning-
PRACTICE FOR OUR UNIT 14 TEST
GO TO:
http://highered.mheducation.com/sites/0072413875/student_view0/chapter6/multiple_choice_quiz.html
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Social%20Psychology/social_psychology.htm
End of Unit 14 PRACTICE quizzes and tests AND FRQ
UNIT 14 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY TEST - MONDAY 12 SEPT

WEDNESDAY - 7 SEPT 2016

WU-
Go with your gut!
Aggression or not? Why?


In Class-
E of L DUE:
PARTS 1,2,3
-https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html
-Unit 14 Psych Sim 5
-Unit 14 Fact or Falsehood

E of L Discussion

Ranweiler Attribution Scale

Why do people volunteer?

*Reciprocity Norm - define it
AND give background on EACH of these examples:
-Big Bang
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7xw-oDjwXQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlhHTdDqoBc

Evidence of Learning-
-PART 1-
RESEARCH AND FIND A LAWS that encourage and prohibit discrimination (example of each...domestic AND international)
ANSWER:
1. What types of discrimination does the law allow? Why? (Consider treatment of people...)
2. What types of discrimination does the law not allow? Why?
3. What types of discrimination does the law seem unsure about?

-PART 2-
READ pages 678-682 "The Psychology of Attraction"
"Attraction" (pages 678-682) on following areas (geography/proximity/mere exposure/physical attractiveness/similarity)
-passionate love / companionate love (differences)

-PART 3-
*DO ONE of these PRACTICE TESTS FOR OUR UPCOMING UNIT 14 TEST
GO TO:
http://highered.mheducation.com/sites/0072413875/student_view0/chapter6/multiple_choice_quiz.html
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Social%20Psychology/social_psychology.htm

ALSO - End of Unit 14 M/C questions AND FRQ, practice quizzes and tests

UNIT 14 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY TEST - MONDAY 12 SEPT

FRIDAY - 2 SEPT 2016

WU-
Think about the several types of television shows that you have watched in the past week or two...
1. How many acts of violence occurred overall? How many occurred in each show?
2. Does one type of program depict more violence than others?
3. What was different about violence depicted on the different types of shows?
4. How did watching this violence affect you? Would you feel comfortable letting young children
watch the acts you saw?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
(3 PARTS)
1-Social Facilitation (sports teams/athletes)
2-Fundraising Groupthink
3-Social/Cognitive roots of prejudice

Aggression or not?


groupthink / deindividuation
-lord of the flies
(video 1:12)

Evidence of Learning-
(3 PARTS)

PART 1
https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html


PART 2 (on Myers Companion Site)
Psych Sim 5: Social Decision Making"


PART 3
1/2 Sheet - Unit 14-1 "Fact or Falsehood"
-Proof each one.
-Write down the page number that either confirms or denies* the statement.
*if it's false, state what makes it false

WEDNESDAY - 31 AUG 2016

WU-
ANSWER the following:
1.Should teachers stop using group projects altogether? Why/why not?
2.Does having group members evaluate each other or assigning roles minimize social loafing? Why/why?
3.How can group members motivate each other to work their hardest?

In Class-
E of L CHECK:
-Unit 14 (List 2) Vocabulary Test
-Open Reading "Quiz"

(pages 661-670)

social loafing, deindividuation, group polarization, group think (impact), social facilitation


-power of the individual
http://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_how_to_start_a_movement#t-18652

http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/18/health/bronze-medal-psychology-olympics/index.html

Evidence of Learning-
3 PARTS-
PART 1 -
social facilitation
RESEARCH:
1. ONE of our school's sports teams (home wins vs. away wins)
2. YOUR favorite PLAYER/ATHLETE (home statistics vs. away statistics)
3. YOUR favorite SPORTS TEAM (home wins vs. away wins / statistics)

PART 2 -
"Group think is the Kiss of Death in Fundraising"
READ this article:
(attachment)

link:
http://www.fundraisingsuccessmag.com/article/groupthink-the-kiss-death-successful-fundraising-56702/1
RESPOND to these questions:
1.Why is it the kiss of death? Explain.
2.Provide some information/examples on how it could be done differently/more effectively.

PART 3
*What are the SOCIAL and COGNITIVE roots of prejudice? (pages 667-670)
-notes and causes
Prepare a paragraph profile of one of the hate groups described at
www.tolerance.org (or another site that you used)
1. How are the beliefs of this particular group prejudiced? What stereotypes do they hold and against whom?
2. What type of discrimination do they recommend people take against those they hate?
3. Does the 1st Amendment protect this type of behavior? Why or why not?


TUESDAY - 30 AUGUST 2016

WU-
Page 695 (11-15)

In Class-
DUE:
Attribution handout

Discuss attribution

(654)
Milgram Experiment- When obeying instructions...how do we react in different situations? Defer blame/responsibility?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W147ybOdgpE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6GxIuljT3w

Group think - define / examples

Evidence of Learning-
Open Reading "Quiz"

-READ pages 661-670 and COMPLETE for next class

STUDY Last 23 Unit 14 terms - Vocabulary TEST - WEDNESDAY 31 AUG 2016

MONDAY - 29 AUGUST 2016

WU-
Page 695-696 (6-10)

In Class-
DUE:
-READ pages 657-661
ANSWER #4 and #5 (in notebook)
-ALL of Unit 14 Vocabulary

Obedience- What causes obedience? What are factors to ensure it?

pages 647-648

Cognitive Dissonance- How do we justify or resolve a behavior / issue that we don't agree with?
(pages 647-648)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=korGK0yGIDo

Conformity- What if we are alone? How do we act with a partner? Factors of conformity?
(650-651)
Asch-Conformity videos 1 and 2

(654)
Milgram Experiment- When obeying instructions...how do we react in different situations? Defer blame/responsibility?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W147ybOdgpE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6GxIuljT3w

Attribution handout activity

Group processes / group think

...depending on time...Psychology as Common Sense

Evidence of Learning-
FINISH
Attribution handout activity


FRIDAY - 26 AUGUST 2016

WU-
Page 695 (1,2,3,4,5)

In Class-
DUE
-Stanford Prison Experiment responses
&discuss

Obedience- What causes obedience? What are factors to ensure it?
pages 647-648

Cognitive Dissonance- How do we justify or resolve a behavior / issue that we don't agree with?
(pages 647-648)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=korGK0yGIDo

Conformity- What if we are alone? How do we act with a partner? Factors of conformity?
(650-651)
Asch-Conformity videos 1 and 2

(654)
Milgram Experiment- When obeying instructions...how do we react in different situations? Defer blame/responsibility?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W147ybOdgpE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6GxIuljT3w

Attribution handout activity


Group processes / group think

...depending on time...Psychology as Common Sense

Evidence of Learning-
Group processes / group think
READ pages 657-661
ANSWER #4 and #5 (in notebook)

*COMPLETE Unit 14 Vocabulary list (ALL terms)

WEDNESDAY - 24 AUGUST 2016

WU-
p. 650 info.
1. Are the majority of students conformists or nonconformists? Why?
2. Is there pressure among students at your school to dress a certain way or like certain types of music? Why, why not?
3. Was there more pressure to conform in middle school as compared to high school? Why, why not?

In Class-
DUE:
Unit 14 FIRST 23 TERMS Vocabulary List
Persuasion handout (1st 3 terms applied)

Seasonal Partners

Discuss - Persuasion

Finish - Psychology as Common Sense...

Obedience- What causes obedience? What are factors to ensure it?
pages 647-648

pages 647-648

Stanford Prison Experiment

http://www.prisonexp.org/psychology/1

IN YOUR NOTEBOOK - RESPOND TO EACH DISCUSSION QUESTION YOU ENCOUNTER

Cognitive Dissonance- How do we justify or resolve a behavior / issue that we don't agree with?
(pages 647-648)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=korGK0yGIDo

...Asch's Lines of Conformity

Evidence of Learning-
COMPLETE Stanford Prison Experiment discussion questions (from the above website)

STUDY - *Unit 14 Vocabulary list 1 (FIRST 23 TERMS) test will be FRIDAY 26 AUG 2016.
social psychology, attribution theory, fundamental attribution theory, attitude, central route persuasion, foot-in-the-door phenomenon,
role, cognitive dissonance theory, conformity, normative social influence, social facilitation, social loafing, deindividuation, group polarization,
groupthink, culture, norm, personal space, prejudice, stereotype, discrimination

*You can also find them under the "Unit 14: Social Psychology" link / Flashcards 1 on the Myers book companion site:
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492

TUESDAY - 23 AUGUST 2016

WU-
1. Why do you obey some rules and disobey other at school?
2. Have you ever been convinced by friends to do something you knew was wrong? To do something that you knew was right?
3. Do you consider yourself a conformist? Nonconformist? Why?

In Class-
Unit 14 - questions 1,2,3 DUE

Finish - Psychology as Common Sense...

Discuss/Review Friday's material/E of L

Attitudes- "How do we tend to explain others behavior (and our own)?"
pages 644-645

Attitudes and Actions - Persuasion - You're Turn!


Obedience-
pages 647-648
Stanford Prison Experiment
http://www.prisonexp.org/psychology/1
IN YOUR NOTEBOOK - RESPOND TO EACH DISCUSSION QUESTION YOU ENCOUNTER

Evidence of Learning-
COMPLETE
Persuasion Application

AND
Unit 14 Vocabulary FIRST 23 TERMS list

- in notebook (or quizlet.com) and DEFINED

*Unit 14 Vocabulary list 1 (FIRST 23 TERMS) test will be FRIDAY 26 AUG 2016.

social psychology, attribution theory, fundamental attribution theory, attitude, central route persuasion, foot-in-the-door phenomenon,
role, cognitive dissonance theory, conformity, normative social influence, social facilitation, social loafing, deindividuation, group polarization,
groupthink, culture, norm, personal space, prejudice, stereotype, discrimination

*You can also find them under the "Unit 14: Social Psychology" link / Flashcards 1 on the Myers book companion site:
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492

MONDAY - 22 AUGUST 2016
EQ - Define psychology. Is it common sense? Explain.
WU-
Administrative things / syllabus / course outline

In Class-
Psychology as Common Sense
-handout/activity


Book discussion overview

Vocabulary List
(written or quizlet.com)
*vocab. test -

START studying for Unit 14 Vocabulary quiz (pages 643-664)
*You can also find them under the "Unit 14: Social Psychology" link / Flashcards 1 on the Myers book companion site:
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492


*
http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/18/health/bronze-medal-psychology-olympics/index.html

Evidence of Learning-
Chapter 14: Social Psychology -

READ pages 643-650
ANSWER Unit questions 1,2,3 (in notebook - I will check in class)











































THURSDAY - 19 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR

WU-
Conversion Disorder: Band of Brothers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2NbEV8cFzs&feature=youtu.be

Conversion disorder: Talladega Nights – Wheelchair Scene (language)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NV40bc6yA7c

Simulation of hallucinations
http://www.mentalwellness.ca/video-mindstorm

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 13 Vocabulary List
SUMMARIES of Treatment Types/Therapies
TREATMENT Plans for Name that Disorder handout

Unit 13 Psych Sim 5: Computer Therapist


Unit 13 Questions 11 and 12

Study - Practice tests
http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/MCquizeshome.htm

E of L-
Unit 13 Psych Sim 5: Computer Therapist


Unit 13 Questions 11 and 12

Study - Practice tests

http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/MCquizeshome.htm


TUESDAY - 17 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR

WU-

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 13 Vocabulary List
Summary of Treatment Types/Therapies

E of L-
TREATMENT (Design a treatment plan for each of the dosorder that you natmed.)
"Name That Disorder"



MONDAY - 16 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR

WU-

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 13 Vocabulary Lis

E of L-
Summary of Treatment Types/Therapies
(pages 605-618)


FRIDAY - 13 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-


In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 12 Psych Sim 5: Mystery Client
Unit 12 1-15 and FRQ

Overcoming Schizophrenia & the real John Nash (A Beautiful Mind)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UOOkS6vJ1s&feature=bf_next&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg

Dissassociative Fugue MSNBC clip
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15373503/ns/us_news-life/t/man-amnesia-reunited-family-friends/

Crash Course Psychology

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX7jnVXXG5o&index=29&list=PL8dPuuaLjXtOPRKzVLY0jJY-uHOH9KVU6

Brain Games
My Strange Addiction

E of L-
Unit 12 Fact or Falsehood (w/ why false AND page# proofs)

Unit 13 Vocabulary List

THURS - 12 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-


In Class-
E of L DUE-
"Name that Disorder" responses

Unit 12 Vocabulary Test

Interactive site to assist you (along with your textbook)
http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/psychology/faces/#

Day in the Life - Schizophrenia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWYwckFrksg

Overcoming Schizophrenia & the real John Nash (A Beautiful Mind)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UOOkS6vJ1s&feature=bf_next&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg

Phobias list
http://www.phobialist.com/


Dissassociative Fugue MSNBC clip
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15373503/ns/us_news-life/t/man-amnesia-reunited-family-friends/

Brain Games
My Strange Addiction

E of L-

Unit 12 Psych Sim 5: Mystery Client




End of Unit 12 1-15
and
FRQ

TUES - 10 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-

READ 'Web Fertile Ground for Hypochondriacs"

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/tech/2002/06/24/cyberchondria.htm

ANSWER:

1. How has the web made this such a problem?

2. Describe the evidence that supports this.

3. What would you propose as a solution to this potential problem?

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=92292756

In Class-
E of L DUE-
"Does This Person Have a Disorder" handout:

Interactive site to assist you (along with your textbook)
http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/psychology/faces/#


OCD and Rituals
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wppLfvoPVk&feature=bf_next&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6X


Bipolar Disorder (mania)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHFPK4nLZko&feature=BFa&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg

Gerald the Schizophrenic
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGnl8dqEoPQ

Overcoming Schizophrenia & the real John Nash (A Beautiful Mind)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UOOkS6vJ1s&feature=bf_next&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg

Brain Games
My Strange Addiction

E of L-
Unit 12 Vocabulary Test - THURSDAY 12 MAY 2016

Name That Disorder


MONDAY - 9 MAY 2016
2nd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
Unit 9 (1-15) Pages 476-477

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 12 Vocabulary List
Side 2 of Abnormal Psychology handout:


FINISH
Start "A to Z of Your Head"...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtSnk4iiKPg


Does this person have a disorder? - handout



E of L-
Unit 12 Vocabulary Test - THURSDAY 12 MAY 2016

Does this person have a disorder? - handout

MONDAY - 9 MAY 2016
2nd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
Unit 9 (1-15) Pages 476-477

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 12 Vocabulary List
Side 2 of Abnormal Psychology handout:


FINISH
Start "A to Z of Your Head"...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtSnk4iiKPg


Does this person have a disorder? - handout



E of L-
Unit 12 Vocabulary Test - THURSDAY 12 MAY 2016

Does this person have a disorder? - handout


FRIDAY - 6 MAY 2016
2nd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
READ p.563
"ADHD-Normal High Energy or Genuine Disorder"
ANSWER
1. How do supporters ON BOTH sides of the ADHD debate defend their positions?

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Side 1 of Abnormal Psychology handout:


FINISH
Start "A to Z of Your Head"...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtSnk4iiKPg

Side 2 of:


E of L-
Unit 12 Vocabulary List

Side 2 of:


WED - 5 MAY 2016 / THURS - 6 MAY 2016
2nd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
WITHOUT USING THE BOOK -
1. What is your definition of psychological disorders?
2. Why should we diagnose someone?
3. Do you think there are gender differences in diagnosis? Why or why not?

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 11 (End of Unit / 1-15) AND FRQ

STUCO Elections

Unit 11 1-15 Answers and FRQ Rubric

Can you tell when a laugh is for real?

http://www.npr.org/2014/05/08/310794138/how-to-tell-when-a-laugh-is-real-the-answer-is-in-a-breath

PASS BACK WORK!!!

DSM - background

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfOfy3jXuCo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oif3xDjlV5I

Start "A to Z of Your Head"...



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtSnk4iiKPg

E of L-

Unit 12 - Abnormal Psychology

COMPLETE the following:




TUESDAY - 3 MAY 2016
2nd HOUR

EQ-
Are there different types of intelligence?

WU-

In Class-
E of L DUE-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
Question of Bias-(pages 554-556)
1. Describe and explain the two meanings of bias.
2. Give evidence of how test-takers' expectations play a part in intelligence testing.

FINISH
Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence

Crash Course Psychology - Intelligence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xTz3QjcloI

E of L-
Unit 11
1-15
and
FRQ

MONDAY - 2 MAY 2016
2nd HOUR

EQ-
What are the different types of intelligence?

WU-
Page 409
Unit 8B End of Unit
Questions (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
Parts A,B,C,D from Friday 29 APRIL

REVIEW:

Spearman-general intelligence

Thurstone-7 clusters of mental abilities (word fluency, verbal comprehension, spatial ability...)

Gardner vs. Sternberg (sims/diffs)

Gardner
-not an intelligence, but multiple intelligences (8 total, p.526)

Sternberg
-agrees with Gardner, but has a uses triarchic theory (3 total, p.527)
*comparison chart - p.528*

Question of Bias-(pages 554-556)
1. Describe and explain the two meanings of bias.
2. Give evidence of how test-takers' expectations play a part in intelligence testing.

FINISH
Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence

E of L-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):

Question of Bias-(pages 554-556)
1. Describe and explain the two meanings of bias.
2. Give evidence of how test-takers' expectations play a part in intelligence testing.

FRIDAY - 29 APRIL 2016
2nd HOUR

EQ-
What are the different types of intelligence?

WU-
1. What purpose(s) do intelligence tests serve in our society?
2. Do you think they hinder or help? Explain.

In Class-
E of L DUE-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
Unit 11 Psych Sim 5: Get Smart
Battle of the Brains - BBC - video responses

Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence

E of L-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
(Pages 528-537)
A. Name / Define the FOUR components of emotional intelligence

B. Who are the following individuals AND Describe their contributions to the study of intelligence:
-Howard Gardner
-Robert Sternberg

C. Lows and Highs of Intelligence
1. What types of individuals or characteristics fall under the low extreme?
2. What are some of the effects of this on society?
3. How might someone be classified as highly intelligent?
4. Provide examples of 3 or more individuals who fall under this classification.

D. Complete the following survey on multiple intelligences to see where you are at:
http://www.literacynet.org/mi/assessment/findyourstrengths.html
1. What were your results? What does that result mean?
2. Is it accurate? Explain.

THURSDAY 28 APR 2016
2nd HOUR

EQ-
What are the different types of intelligence?

WU-
The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) is an organization
of professionals dedicated to the study of intellectual disability.
It was founded in 1876, but has been responsible for defining intellectual disability since 1921.

Go to the AAIDD's website to see their current definition for intellectual disability:
www.aamr.org
ANSWER:
1. Does this definition fit into your schema for mental retardation? Why?
2. How does this definition change your perspective of people considered mentally retarded?
3. How are the intellectual and adaptive components of the definition different?


In Class-

E of L DUE:


Parts A,B,C (from Tuesday's E of L)

-Predictive validity vs. Content validity



The APGAR (first standardized test?)



Unit 11 Psych Sim 5: Get Smart






Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hg_VTrBJxX4

1. What are the different types of intelligence that are being profiled in this pseudo-study?
2. Prediction: Which of these do you believe will come out on top? Why? Explain.
3. NAME 3 Famous Psychologists and DESCRIBE what their contributions are/were
to the field of intelligence.



E of L-

For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):


Unit 11 Psych Sim 5: Get Smart




Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hg_VTrBJxX4
1. What are the different types of intelligence that are being profiled in this pseudo-study?
2. Prediction: Which of these do you believe will come out on top? Why? Explain.
3. NAME 3 Famous Psychologists and DESCRIBE what their contributions are/were
to the field of intelligence.


TUESDAY - 26 APRIL 2015
2nd HOUR
EQ-
What is intelligence? How is it measured?

WU-
The Geography of personality
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122211987961064719.html
1. Based on the results of the article, Name ONE state from EACH of the Big Five categories
(Extroversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, Openness)
2. How many questionnaires were used in the study?
3. What are some of the limits to this study?
4. Describe some of the downsides of doing such a study.
5. Were there any surprises from the data gathered?
6. Give some benefits or uses of this study.

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 11 - Intelligence Guided Reading Activity


For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
A. Standardization / Validity / Reliability - pages 536-538 - define/notes
Flynn Effect p. 537 - read/define/provide an example

B. Read pages 544-548 -notes/identifying
(Genetic and Environmental influences on intelligences)

C. Read pages 548-550 -notes/differences
(Group Differences in Intelligence Test Scores)

E of L-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
A. Standardization / Validity / Reliability - pages 536-538 - define/notes
Flynn Effect p. 537 - read/define/provide an example

B. Read pages 544-548 -notes/identifying
(Genetic and Environmental influences on intelligences)

C. Read pages 548-550 -notes/differences
(Group Differences in Intelligence Test Scores)

MONDAY - 25 APR 2015
2nd HOUR
EQ-
What is intelligence? How is it measured?

WU-
1917 - U.S. Army Intelligence Test

-Take the test
-What are reactions to the questions it asked you?
-Describe some problems with this test.

In Class-
E of L DUE:

Personality Tests
Unit 10 Questions 1-15
AND
Unit 10 FRQ


Unit 11 - Intelligence Guided Reading Activity


E of L-
Unit 11 - Intelligence Guided Reading Activity


FRIDAY -22 APRIL 2016

EQ-
Why are nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-

READ Page 508 "Close-up: Positive Psychology"
ANSWER:
1. During its first century, what has psychology primarily focused on?
2. Define "positive psychology"-
3. How has this focus shifted or changed under positive psychology?
4. What is positive psychology all about?
5. Identify and explain the 3 pillars.
6. How will this type of approach impact the field in the future?

In Class-

E of L DUE:
-Locus of Control (pages 505-506)
-Handout 10-3: Issues of Personality


Issues of Personality - Freud's impact on modern American culture

Identify AND Define:

-Psychoanyalytic Perspective

-Humanistic Perspective

-Trail Perspective

-Social Cognitive Perspective
...Evaluation of the Perspectives...



E of L-


Take ONE the following personality tests.


http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp



http://www.keirsey.com/sorter/register.aspx


1. WRITE DOWN your results - DESCRIBE what these results say about you.


2. Do you find the results accurate or agreeable? Why?

3. Name or describe any surprises in your results.

4. What is the benefit of this type of test? How could it be used?


*This link will tell you where you should live based on your results...WRITE DOWN:
5. Where and why?
http://thoughtcatalog.com/heidi-priebe/2015/02/heres-where-you-should-live-based-on-your-myers-briggs-personality-type/
*The character you are most like according to the Myers Briggs Test...WRITE DOWN:
6. Who and why?
http://christinareadsya.blogspot.com/2013/12/mbti-characters-fiction-katniss-tris-bella.html



Pages 504-505
Unit 10 Questions 1-15
AND
Unit 10 FRQ

TUESDAY - 19 APRIL 2016

EQ-
Why are nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Pages 408-409
Unit 8B End of Unit
Questions (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 10 Fact or Falsehood (w/ page # proofs AND why false)
Unit 10 Psych Sim 5: Helplessly Hoping
PAST DUE:
UNIT 9 PROJECT - It can be emailed/shared or hard copy.

Identify AND Define:
-Psychoanyalytic Perspective
-Humanistic Perspective
-Trail Perspective
-Social Cognitive Perspective

E of L-
Locus of Control (pages 505-506)
Handout 10-3: Issues of Personality


TUESDAY - 19 APRIL 2016

EQ-
Why are nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Pages
Unit 8B End of Unit
Questions (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 10 Fact or Falsehood (w/ page # proofs AND why false)
Unit 10 Psych Sim 5: Helplessly Hoping
PAST DUE:
UNIT 9 PROJECT - It can be emailed/shared or hard copy.

Identify AND Define:
-Psychoanyalytic Perspective
-Humanistic Perspective
-Trail Perspective
-Social Cognitive Perspective

E of L-
Locus of Control (pages 505-506)
Handout 10-3: Issues of Personality


FRIDAY - 15 APRIL 2016

EQ-
Why are nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Pages 364-365
Unit 8A End of Unit
Questions (9-15)

8B-1 and 8B-2
ANSWERS:
b,d,d,e,a,e,d,b,a,e,d,b,d,e,d,
d,d,d,e,b,e,c,c,d,c,d,e,a,d,d

In Class-
E of L DUE:
"What's Wrong with this Picture?" Reading/Responses
PAST DUE:
UNIT 9 PROJECT - It can be emailed/shared or hard copy.
Unit 10 Vocabulary Test - List 2 (last 24 terms)
Defense Mechanism Activity
-go over

Handout 10-2 - A Personal Personality Theory

Rorschach inkblot / TAT-Projective Tests.ppt

E of L-
Unit 10 Fact or Falsehood (w/ page # proofs AND why false)
Unit 10 Psych Sim 5: Helplessly Hoping

THURSDAY - 14 APRIL 2016

EQ-
Why are nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Pages 364
Unit 8A End of Unit
Questions (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 9 Development Project - discuss/share out
UNIT 9 PROJECT - It can be emailed/shared or hard copy.
Defense Mechanism Activity
-go over

Unit 10 Vocabulary Test - List 2 (last 24 terms)

Unit 10 Personality
-Freud reviewed and continued...


"Frasier's Edge"
season 8, Episode 8:
The nominations for the SeaBee's have been announced - including one for Gil Chesterton as Restaurant Critic Of The Year - but 'The Dr Frasier Crane Show' doesn't get any. However, Frasier is astonished to learn that he has been chosen to receive this years Lifetime Achievement Award, and among the congratulations he receives is a basket of flowers from his Harvard psychology professor/mentor, Professor Tewkesbury. Frasier has been meaning to see him for some time after reading in the alumni magazine he is working in Seattle at Washington University. He is somewhat puzzled by the card that comes with the flowers: 'You should be very proud' is one of the lines, and leaves Frasier wondering why he didn't write "I'm very proud of you". Frasier goes down to see Professor Tewkesbury just before the awards ceremony, who reveals that Frasier has been overanalyzing the card because his assistant wrote it. Frasier leaves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8
(for defense mechanisms)

Handout 10-2 - A Personal Personality Theory

Neo-Freudian and Psychodynamic Theorists
484-485

"What's Wrong With This Picture?"
Reading/Responses



Rorschach inkblot / TAT-Projective Tests.ppt


E of L-

"What's Wrong With This Picture?"

Reading/Responses





MONDAY - 12 APR 2015

EQ-
Why are nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Pages 325
Unit 7B End of Unit
Questions (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 9 Development Project check in...
UNIT 9 PROJECT - It can be emailed/shared or hard copy.

Unit 10 Personality
-Freud reviewed and continued...

Defense Mechanisms Activity
(Use pages 483-484)



"Frasier's Edge"
season 8, Episode 8:
The nominations for the SeaBee's have been announced - including one for Gil Chesterton as Restaurant Critic Of The Year - but 'The Dr Frasier Crane Show' doesn't get any. However, Frasier is astonished to learn that he has been chosen to receive this years Lifetime Achievement Award, and among the congratulations he receives is a basket of flowers from his Harvard psychology professor/mentor, Professor Tewkesbury. Frasier has been meaning to see him for some time after reading in the alumni magazine he is working in Seattle at Washington University. He is somewhat puzzled by the card that comes with the flowers: 'You should be very proud' is one of the lines, and leaves Frasier wondering why he didn't write "I'm very proud of you". Frasier goes down to see Professor Tewkesbury just before the awards ceremony, who reveals that Frasier has been overanalyzing the card because his assistant wrote it. Frasier leaves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8
for defense mechanisms


E of L-
Defense Mechanisms Activity
(Use pages 483-484)


UNIT 10 Vocabulary Test 2 (LAST 24 terms) - THURSDAY 14 APRIL 2016

UNIT 9 Development Project DUE THURSDAY - 14 APRIL 2016

UNIT 9 PROJECT - It can be emailed/shared or hard copy.


MONDAY - 11 APR 2015

EQ-
Why are nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Pages 324-325
Unit 7B End of Unit
Questions (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Pages 480-485 work

Unit 9 Development Project check in...

Unit 10 Personality Intro.
pages 479-482

Id/Ego/Super Ego - define/example
Krunk video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv-sKP17xTw

"Frasier's Edge"
season 8, Episode 8:
The nominations for the SeaBee's have been announced - including one for Gil Chesterton as Restaurant Critic Of The Year - but 'The Dr Frasier Crane Show' doesn't get any. However, Frasier is astonished to learn that he has been chosen to receive this years Lifetime Achievement Award, and among the congratulations he receives is a basket of flowers from his Harvard psychology professor/mentor, Professor Tewkesbury. Frasier has been meaning to see him for some time after reading in the alumni magazine he is working in Seattle at Washington University. He is somewhat puzzled by the card that comes with the flowers: 'You should be very proud' is one of the lines, and leaves Frasier wondering why he didn't write "I'm very proud of you". Frasier goes down to see Professor Tewkesbury just before the awards ceremony, who reveals that Frasier has been overanalyzing the card because his assistant wrote it. Frasier leaves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8
for defense mechanisms


E of L-
UNIT 10 Vocabulary Test 2 (LAST 24 terms) - THURSDAY 14 APRIL 2016

UNIT 9 Development Project DUE THURSDAY - 14 APRIL 2016

FRIDAY - 1 APRIL 2016

WU-

MATCH
The Psychologist to their theory/area of expertise:

Piaget Moral Development
Kohlberg Social Development
Freud Cognitive Development
Erickson Women's Moral Development
Gilligan Psycho-Social Development

In Class-

E of L DUE -
Unit 10 Vocabulary Test on FIRST 24 Terms

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOo9KPsZgNk

heinz dilemma
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjPfI4Xu2CU

cnnstudentnews.com (1 APRIL 2016)

E of L-

1. What do the following terms mean to you...(USE PAGES 480-485 to assist you)
Fixated / repressed / regressed / anal-retentive / Oedipus complex / rationalize
2. In your own words...Explain the background of the Psychoanalytic Perspective.
3. NAME 4 contributors to this perspective AND DESCRIBE their contributions to the this area of personality

Unit 9 Development Project - DUE THURSDAY 14 APRIL 2016

THURSDAY - 31 MARCH 2016

WU-

Who are going to interview?
When are you going to do it?
What's your game plan?
Describe the types of development activities or tests you would like to conduct...

In Class-
E of L DUE -
8B Fact or Falsehood
End of Unit 8B FRQ

8B FRQ w/ rubric

8B-1 and 8B-2

Unit 9 Development Project...

Intro. Unit 9 (pages 411-414)

Physical Development

Motor Development

Cognitive Development - PIAGET (p.418)

Object Permanance: Family Guy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmggsuJvxuI
*network files - conservation, etc.

Social Development - Moral - Kohlberg (p.449)
*project example
and

Mary Ainsworth Strange Situation
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTsewNrHUHU

Language Development - Babbling Baby

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDocL7AfIRo

*This is your brain on...
http://money.cnn.com/2016/03/26/media/donald-trump-brain-waves-study/index.html


cnnstudentnews.com (31 MARCH 2016)

E of L-
(COMPLETED IN CLASS)
8B-1 and 8B-2

Unit 10 Vocabulary Test on FIRST 24 Terms (Personality to Rorschach inkblot test) - FRIDAY 1 APRIL 2016

ONGOING PROJECT...
*Unit 9 Development Project (DUE THURSDAY 14 APRIL 2016)


TUESDAY - 29 MARCH 2016

WU-

Page 297
Unit 7A End of Unit
Questions (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Units 9 and 10 Vocabulary Lists

Anger?!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-3jSTs2Zsw

Unit 9 Development Project

video...
Marshmallow Test
https://www.youtube.com/user/Prudential?v=sT7fbayfNBU

E of L-
Unit 8B Fact or Falsehood


End of Unit 8B FRQ
(Use pages 289-296 to assist you.)

Unit 10 Vocabulary Test on FIRST 24 Terms (Personality to Rorschach inkblot test) - FRIDAY 1 APRIL 2016

ONGOING PROJECT...
*Unit 9 Development Project (DUE THURSDAY 14 APRIL 2016)


MONDAY - 28 MARCH 2016

WU-

Pages 296-297
Unit 7A End of Unit
Questions (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Emotional Intelligence Test responses
PTSD Article

*critical thinking p.385

-Short Life of Emotional Ups and Downs

*troubleshooting p.391

Introduce Unit 9
Assessment Project









E of L-
Unit 9
and
Unit 10
Vocabulary Lists

FRIDAY - 25 MARCH 2016

WU-

Page 253
Unit 6 questions 9-15

In Class-
E of L DUE -
8B Psych Sim 5: All Stressed Out

Fear Survey
-Experienced Emotion (Fear, Anger, Happiness)

*critical thinking p.385

-Short Life of Emotional Ups and Downs

*troubleshooting p.391

FINISH
Science of Fear - BBC Documentary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=um8bA_OXI4o

1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.

E of L-
Emotional Intelligence Test
(CHOOSE A or B)
A- http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/ei_quiz/

B- http://www.maetrix.com.au/meit/eitest.html

http://www.queendom.com/tests/access_page/index.htm?idRegTest=3037
PRINT OFF YOUR RESULTS - respond to these on the printed off results:
1. Any aha's / things that surprised you? Explain.
2. Do you agree with the results? Why? Explain.

PTSD Article (Read and Respond)
Computer simulations help reduce symptoms of PTSD


THURSDAY - 24 MARCH 2016

WU-

Pages 252-253
Unit 6 questions 1-8

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 8B Questions 8,9

Fear Survey
-Experienced Emotion (Fear, Anger, Happiness)

*critical thinking p.385

-Short Life of Emotional Ups and Downs

*troubleshooting p.391

8B Psych Sim 5: All Stressed Out


Science of Fear - BBC Documentary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=um8bA_OXI4o

1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.

E of L-
8B Psych Sim 5: All Stressed Out


Science of Fear - BBC Documentary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=um8bA_OXI4o

1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.

TUESDAY - 22 MARCH 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

Situational rage has become a national problem, often with devastating consequences.
Several different types of rage have emerged in recent years:
road rage, workplace rage, even "surf rage"

Consider the following questions:

1. Why does expressing instant anger over minor annoyances lead to health problems in the future?
2. Why do you think the incidence of rage-related situations has increased in recent years?
3. What are some techniques people can use to deal with their feelings of instant rage?
4. What are some reasons why "blowing off steam" or expressing rage only intensifies hostile feelings?

In Class-
E of L DUE -
A,B,C,D Due

Discussion (pages 280-389)
-Culture and Emotional Expression
-The Effects of Facial Expressions
-Experienced Emotion (Fear, Anger, Happiness)
*critical thinking p.385
-Short Life of Emotional Ups and Downs
*troubleshooting p.391

cnnstudentnews.com

E of L-
READ pages 385-389
ANSWER #8 and #9

MONDAY - 21 MARCH 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

ANSWER the following:
1. Describe what it would be like if you were unable to know and recognize fear...
2. What would be some advantages? Disadvantages?

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Emotional Webquests DUE

Answer the following:
(page 397)
What are stressors?
Examples?

Watch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIAPHZKCyuE
1. Describe in detail - 3 different ways to tell how someone may not be telling the whole truth...

(Guest Speaker Tuesday)
PREPARE 3 QUESTIONS from any of these topics areas:
-How a polygraph test works
-Interview interrogation
-False confessions
-Psychological screenings
-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
-Eyewitness Testimony

E of L-
(4 PARTS)

A - Answer the following:
(page 397)
What are stressors?
Examples?

B - Watch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIAPHZKCyuE
*Describe in detail - 3 different ways to tell how someone may not be telling the whole truth...

C - (Guest Speaker Tuesday)
PREPARE 3 QUESTIONS from any of these topics areas:
-How a polygraph test works
-Interview interrogation
-False confessions
-Psychological screenings
-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
-Eyewitness Testimony

D - READ pages 380-384
ANSWER #6 and #7
...check your theories again...

FRIDAY - 18 MARCH 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

Quick study time for
Unit 8B Vocabulary Test

In Class-
E of L DUE -
"Twitching Epidemic" and "One Nation Under Stress" Responses DUE

Unit 8B Vocabulary Test

(students work on their own with just their book)
Unit 8B "READING QUIZ" (pages 389-393)


(IMC laptops)
Emotions Webquest

http://www.g2conline.org
http://www.humintell.com/2010/06/the-seven-basic-emotions-do-you-know-them/
http://www.cio.com/article/facial-expressions-test

(you can watch this if there is extra time)
cnnstudentnews.com

E of L-
(students work on their own with just their book)
Unit 8B "READING QUIZ" (pages 389-393)


Emotions Webquest


http://www.g2conline.org

http://www.humintell.com/2010/06/the-seven-basic-emotions-do-you-know-them/

http://www.cio.com/article/facial-expressions-test

THURS - 17 MAR 2016

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

READ "Lie Detection" (pages 372-373)
RESPOND to the following...
1. Describe what early designers of polygraph test thought they could do.
2. How does the polygraph work?
3. Detail two of the problems with the polygraph.
4. What is a more effective approach to lie detection?
5, In what ways are 21st century researchers updating the rather antiquated practice?

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Responses from Unit 8B pages 367-371

STUDENTS DO THIS w/ a partner:
Motivation/Emotion Theories handout...Which one is it?


E of L-
WATCH / READ:
Twitching epidemic
http://www.cnn.com/2012/02/04/health/raison-conversion-disorder/
http://nypost.com/2012/02/12/17-teen-girls-hit-in-twitching-epidemic-but-doctors-say-its-all-in-their-heads/
ANSWER:
1. What do you think was causing this to happen to the girls? Why?

2. Fact or Falsehood (Legit or Bunk)? What do you think? Explain.

3. RESEARCH:
Find another case from the past that is similar to this
-Where was
-How was it similar/
-What eventually happened to these individuals?

LISTEN / READ:
All Things Considered "One Nation Under Stress..." 11 MAR 2013
http://www.npr.org/2013/03/11/174043501/modern-interpretations-of-stress-place-focus-on-feeling-not-causes
RESPOND to the following (using higher level, AP level responses - TDA - Terms, Definitions, Applications)
1. How has "stress" changed over time? In...
-Name
-Definition
-Focus
-Types
-Generalities...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXRviuL6vMY

TUES - 15 MARCH 2016

WU-

Unit 5 Page 213 (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 8A - End of Unit - AP Practice [[#|Test Questions]]
(pages 364-365) 1-15

Introduce 8B
-cartoon strips activity

-inventory...
-theories exercise

Twitching epidemic
http://www.cnn.com/2012/02/04/health/raison-conversion-disorder/
http://nypost.com/2012/02/12/17-teen-girls-hit-in-twitching-epidemic-but-doctors-say-its-all-in-their-heads/

cnnstudentnews.com

E of L-
-Unit 8B vocabulary list (TEST on FRIDAY 18 MARCH 2016)

-READ Unit 8B pages 367-371
1. What are the different theories of emotion (name and explain)?
2. Describe the physiological SIMILARITIES and DIFFERENCES among specific emotions.

MON - 14 MAR 2016

WU-
Unit 5 Page 213 (1-8)

In Class-

E of L DUE -
Daniel Pink video responses
Pages 359-362 questions

(IMC laptops)
Psych Sim 5: Hunger and the Fat Rat



E of L-
...one your own...not a team test...

8A - End of Unit - AP Practice Test Questions
(pages 364-365)
1-15

FRI - 11 MAR 2016

WU-
Unit 4 Page 173 (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Parts 3 and 4 (from Thursday 10 MAR 2016)

Daniel Pink - Surprising Science of Motivation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esvaP9LehB4


Use pages 359-362 to answer the following:
1. What motivates us to belong? Provide examples or evidence to support your answer.
2. Why does our fear of being alone have some basis in reality?
3. What happens when we are ostracized? Provide some evidence of it being real pain.
4. Describe some the social effects of being ostracized.

E of L-
Daniel Pink - Surprising Science of Motivation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esvaP9LehB4


Use pages 359-362 to answer the following:
1. What motivates us to belong? Provide examples or evidence to support your answer.
2. Why does our fear of being alone have some basis in reality?
3. What happens when we are ostracized? Provide some evidence of it being real pain.
4. Describe some the social effects of being ostracized.

THURS - 10 MAR 2016

WU-

Unit 4 Pages 172-173 (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Physiology of Obesity responses
Food Diary w/ reflection responses

http://www.choosemyplate.gov/

external image USDA_Food_Pyramid.gif

external image HEPApr2013.jpg

GO TO THIS
Food Diary Reflection Google Form:




(Copy of Google Form Questions above.)
1. Compare your eating habits to the FDA's charts. Do your eating habits reflect their [[#|recommendations]] for a healthy diet? Why? Why not?
2. Why did you eat what you ate and drink what you drank?
3. What were the motives that drove your choices?
4. After reflecting on your eating choices...what would be some changes that you would make? Why?
5. What are some things that you would keep the same? Why?

Unit 8A - continued...

Text (pages 349-362)

Aron Ralston video clips:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83nk6zmu5_o&list=PLoUQYRRZw444rMKgJsXNjMD8AH3Lth1fJ&index=4

"The Power of Motivation: Crash [[#|Course Psychology]] #17"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hdSLiHaJz8
1. NAME and DESCRIBE/EXPLAIN each of the theories of motivation that he discusses.
2. How does hunger and the need to belong motivate us? Explain.

E of L-
PART 1
GO TO THIS
Food Diary Reflection Google Form:

(Copy of Google Form Questions above.)
1. Compare your eating habits to the FDA's charts. Do your eating habits reflect their recommendations for a healthy diet? Why? Why not?
2. Why did you eat what you ate and drink what you drank? Explain.
3. What were some of the motives that drove your choices?
4. After reflecting on your eating choices...what would be some changes that you would make? Why?
5. What are some things that you would keep the same? Why?

PART 2

The Power of Motivation: Crash Course Psychology #17

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hdSLiHaJz8
1. NAME and DESCRIBE/EXPLAIN each of the theories of motivation that he discusses.
2. How does hunger and the need to belong motivate us? Explain.

PART 3
ANSWER 8A questions related to pages 350-354
1. What is the difference between estrogen and testosterone?
2. Describe the role of testosterone in women.
3. How does testosterone change in men over time?
4. Provide the background of the 5 areas that are connected to teen pregnancy.
5. RESEARCH:
a. What are the top 3 STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) in the U.S.?
b. How many people are infected each year (for each one)?
c. What is the prognosis for ONE of these diseases? Are there treatments/cures available?

PART 4
Unit 8A Fact or Falsehood Proofs

TUESDAY - 8 MAR 2016

2nd HOUR
EQ: What motivates us?
Objective: Students will examine motivational instincts and concepts.

WU-

1. What types of behavior are "inherited, pre-programmed, complex behaviors" that occur throughout
the human and animal species?
2. Where can we draw the line between individual behavior and instinctive behavior?
3. Does drive-reduction theory help differentiate between what is an individual behavior? Why? Why not?

In Class-
E of L DUE -
-Paragraph reaction/response from:
"Skeletons on Parade" OR "Israel BMI Ban" articles
-Continue Food Diary

Handout 8A-3

Guided Reading Quiz - pages 327-336


Text pages 337-339

Physiology of Obesity (340-)
-causes
-body/brain connection
-influences
-effects


E of L-
2 (PARTS)

This one was completed in class:
Guided Reading Quiz - pages 327-336



Physiology of Obesity (page 340+)
1. Describe the predisposing factors of obesity.
2. How can obesity be "socially toxic"? Explain.
3. What is the physiology of obesity in regards to these areas?
-fat cells
-set point metabolism
-genetic factor
-food / activity factors
4. Why does the "battle of the bulge" (weight loss) [[#|continue]] to be a problem? Explain.


MONDAY - 7 MAR 2016

2nd HOUR
EQ: What motivates us?
Objective: Students will examine motivational instincts and concepts.

WU-

Unit 3C (page 112) 9-15

In Class-
E of L DUE -
-Aron Ralston story parts
-8A Vocabulary Test
-Continue Food Diary

Food Diary...[[#|continue]]

Handouts 8A-2 and 8A-3

Text pages 337-339

E of L-
CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING,
READ ARTICLE,
WRITE A PARAGRAPH REACTION/RESPONSE TO IT.

"Skeletons on Parade"
http://www.cbsnews.com/2100-500202_162-2016638.html
OR
"Israel Model BMI Ban"
http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/fashion/israel-passes-law-banning-too-skinny-models-article-1.1235593

TUESDAY - 1 MAR 2016

2nd HOUR
EQ: What are some things that impact our language?
Objective: Students will examine language development.

WU-

Unit 3C (page 112) 1-8

In Class-
E of L DUE -
COLLECT:
Fears / [[#|Intuition]] handout (2-sided)
7B Fact or Falsehood
End of 7B (1-15)
7B question #10

IMC desktops
Myers Companion Site:

http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492


Unit 7B Quiz 1 and Unit 7B Quiz 2

WATCH:
(video segment)
Nicaragua deaf students / language development
-from PBS NOVA "The Mind's Big Bang (35:30-54:30)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6JOwJpGbVs
RESPOND to:


Diane Van Deren video

Brain Games...

E of L-
(4 PARTS)

PART A
(video segment)
Nicaragua deaf students / language development
-from PBS NOVA "The Mind's Big Bang (35:30-54:30)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6JOwJpGbVs
RESPOND to:


PART B
...about Aron Ralston (pages 327-328)
[[#|IDENTIFY]] THESE TERMS (using examples) WITHIN HIS STORY:
-motivation
-instinct
-homeostasis
-incentive
-hierarchy of needs

PART C
Unit 8A Vocabulary List (8A Vocabulary Test - MONDAY 7 MARCH 2015)

PART D
***START a FOOD DIARY (DUE THURSDAY 10 MAR 2016)
-Keep a FOOD DIARY for one week (PUT IN YOUR NOTEBOOK or on LOOSELEAF paper)
-RECORD all the [[#|foods]] you eat and [[#|beverages]] you drink

MONDAY - 29 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR
EQ: What are some things that impact our decision-making?
Objective: Students will examine language development.

WU-

Unit 3B (page 93) 9-15

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Fears / [[#|Intuition]] handout (2-sided)
Reading Quiz (pages 319-322)

Finish
Mindtrap - Try to wrap your brain around it!

Diane Van Deren video

Brain Games...

E of L-
7B Fact or Falsehood
-proof with page #s

Page 324-325 / End of 7B M/C (1-15)

ANSWER 7B question #10 - READ and REALLY KNOW the 2 sides-
(Skinner vs. Chomsky...along with critical periods)

TUESDAY - 23 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR
EQ: What are some things that impact our decision-making?
Objective: Students will investigate the influences on our decisions.

WU-

Unit 3B (page 93) 1-8

In Class-
E of L DUE -
FBI Statistics Research

FINISH
7B-2 and 7B-3 handouts...

Mindtrap - Try to wrap your brain around it!

Heuristics
Availibility vs. Representativeness
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_--qw-fv3k

Confirmation Bias
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_YkdMwEO5U
-connect to current events/news, our daily lives
...where do we see this or experience this?

Remember Overconfidence?
Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZmedqB4P1s
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pI039MB-Blg

Fears
Use pages 308-309)
and this link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59js7dcie08


Framing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2suOdR2gmk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng9V2JneJ68
-In notebook...
5 FAST FACTS from video (go over after viewing)

Diane Van Deren video

Brain Games

E of L-
Fears / Intuition
USE pages 308-309
and this link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59js7dcie08
(Complete BOTH sides of handout)


Framing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2suOdR2gmk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng9V2JneJ68
In notebook...
5 FAST FACTS from video (go over after viewing)

READING QUIZ
(Pages 319-322)

MONDAY - 22 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

A couple more minutes...

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Pages 302-307 responses
Unit 7B Vocabulary Test (all)

The FBI classifies crime in the U.S. into 2 categories:
Violent (murder, rape, robbery, [[#|assault]])
Property (burglary, larceny, car theft)

For the following...FIRST give your guessimate for each, SECOND find the actual percentages
1. What percentage of crimes would you estimate are violent rather than property crimes?
2. What percentage of accused felons plead insanity? What percentage are acquitted?
3. What percentage of convictions for felony crimes are obtained through trial instead of plea bargaining?

Brain Games

E of L-
The FBI classifies crime in the U.S. into 2 categories:
Violent (murder, rape, robbery, assault)
Property (burglary, larceny, car theft)

For the following...FIRST give your guessimate for each, SECOND find the actual percentages
1. What percentage of crimes would you estimate are violent rather than property crimes?
2. What percentage of accused felons plead insanity? What percentage are acquitted?
3. What percentage of convictions for felony crimes are obtained through trial instead of plea bargaining?

FRIDAY - 19 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

Page 65 (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Pages 298-302 reading questions - check

Concepts / Prototypes
-worst composite sketches

Unit 7B Brain Teasers

Connecting to Piaget...

E of L-
Use pages 302-307 to respond to each of the following:
1. Describe and explain obstacles that hinder our problem solving.
2. Define heuristics, overconfidence and belief perseverance
AND the role that each plays in influencing our decisions and judgments.

Unit 7B Vocabulary Test - MONDAY 22 FEB 2016

THURSDAY - 18 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

a couple more minutes...

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 7A #11 and #12
Unit 7B Vocabulary List
www.innocenceproject.org responses

-discuss-

Unit 7A FRQ

7B-2 / 7B-3
READ pages 298-302

FINISH
"Picking Cotton" - Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtelV9lmzQc
Answer #3 and #4 (from 1/2 sheet) while watching.*
*1/2 sheet was turned in

E of L-
(3 PARTS)

A - READ pages 298-302
ANSWER:
1. What are the functions of concepts?
2. Define concepts / What is an example of a concept?
3. Define prototypes / What is an example of a prototype?
4. How do:
algorithms-
heuristics-
insight-
assist our problem-solving?
5. What is creativity? What fosters it?

B - ANSWER the 7B Fact or Falsehood (Go with your gut! USE your BRAIN - NOT your BOOK)

C - Unit 7B Vocabulary Test - MONDAY 22 FEB 2016

TUESDAY - 16 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

a couple more minutes...

In Class-
E of L DUE -

[[#|Unit]] 7A M/C Test

E of L-
STUDY FOR UNIT 7A FRQ*
*practice with end of unit 7A frq (page 297)

and
7A questions #11 and #12
and
this site:
http://campuses.fortbendisd.com/campuses/documents/Teacher/2010%5Cteacher_20100725_1958.pdf


Unit 7B Vocabulary List

Visit this website:
www.innocenceproject.org
1. What is the organization? Describe its goal.
2. How long has it been around?
3. How does it work? Who is involved with the project?
4. Where does its funding come from?
5. In your opinion, has it been successful? Explain.

FRIDAY -12 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

Unit 3A - End of Unit Questions -page 65 (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -

WATCH:
60 Minutes "Eyewitness Testimony" Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-SBTRLoPuo
ANSWER #1 and #2 while watching:


Unit 7A Psych Sim 5: Iconic Memory


E of L-
WATCH:
60 Minutes "Eyewitness Testimony" Part 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-SBTRLoPuo
ANSWER #1 and #2 while watching:


COMPLETE:
Unit 7A Psych Sim 5: Iconic Memory


UNIT 7A TEST TUESDAY 16 FEB 2016
[[#|START]] STUDYING!!!
UNIT 7A STUDY HELP...
-Myers Site - Unit 7A Practice Quizzes/Tests
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/default.asp#612492615968

-7A End of Unit M/C Q&A's
1.c 2.c 3.a 4.d 5.a
6.a 7.d 8.e 9.e 10.b
11.d 12.c 13.d 14.b 15.a

THURSDAY -11 FEB 2016
2nd HOUR

WU-

Unit 2 - End of Unit Questions -pgs. 48-49 (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 7A Vocabulary List 2 Test

PRESENT the rest:
TEAM TEACH
TEAM Teach (material found in 7A)
ALPHA - #3 (pages 261-265)

BRAVO - #4/#5 (pages 266-268)

CHARLIE - #6 (pages 268-274)

DELTA - #7/#8 (pages 274-278)

ECHO - #9 (pages 278-284)
FOXTROT - #10 (pages 285-290)

PRESENTATION Unit Question Quizzes:


Clive Wearing p.271
The Man with the 30 Second Memory
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmzU47i2xgw&feature=related

Jill Price p.279
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoxsMMV538U
Flashbulb Memories

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evj6q0eCdd8&feature=related

Diane Van Deren - "Time Out of Mind"

E of L-
ANSWER 7A #11 and #12 (DUE TUESDAY 16 FEB 2016)

UNIT 7A TEST TUESDAY 16 FEB 2016
[[#|START]] STUDYING!!!
UNIT 7A STUDY HELP...
-Myers Site - Unit 7A Practice Quizzes/Tests
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/default.asp#612492615968

-7A End of Unit M/C Q&A's
1.c 2.c 3.a 4.d 5.a
6.a 7.d 8.e 9.e 10.b
11.d 12.c 13.d 14.b 15.a

TUESDAY - 9 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

NO WU

In Class-
E of L DUE -

FINISH/PRESENT:
TEAM TEACH
TEAM Teach (material found in 7A)
ALPHA - #3 (pages 261-265)
BRAVO - #4/#5 (pages 266-268)
CHARLIE - #6 (pages 268-274)
DELTA - #7/#8 (pages 274-278)
ECHO - #9 (pages 278-284)
FOXTROT - #10 (pages 285-290)


1-With your team CREATE a VISUAL PRESENTATION of the material (that can be uploaded to this wikispace)
-vocabulary
-examples
-anecdotes
2-EVERY MEMBER must have a part
3-CREATE a 10 question REVIEW QUIZ over the material you [[#|covered]] (I need to approve it...and with a key)

E of L-
BE READY to present your team's Unit 7A Question

STUDY:
Unit 7A Vocabulary List 2 Test - THURSDAY 11 FEB 2016

MONDAY - 8 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

Unit 2 - End of Unit Questions -pgs. 48-49 (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE - Check
READ and TAKE NOTES on your section of reading (see below Alpha - Foxtrot)

TEAM TEACH - W\ork Time
TEAM Teach (material found in 7A)
ALPHA - #3 (pages 261-265)
BRAVO - #4/#5 (pages 266-268)
CHARLIE - #6 (pages 268-274)
DELTA - #7/#8 (pages 274-278)
ECHO - #9 (pages 278-284)
FOXTROT - #10 (pages 285-290)


1-With your team CREATE a VISUAL PRESENTATION of the material (that can be uploaded to this wikispace)

-vocabulary

-examples

-anecdotes

2-EVERY MEMBER must have a part

3-CREATE a 10 question REVIEW QUIZ over the material you covered (I need to approve it...and with a key)


E of L-
1-With your team CREATE a VISUAL PRESENTATION of the material (that can be uploaded to this wikispace)
-vocabulary
-examples
-anecdotes
2-EVERY MEMBER must have a part
3-CREATE a 10 question REVIEW QUIZ over the material you covered (I need to approve it...and with a key)

Unit 7A Vocabulary List 2 Test - THURSDAY 11 FEB 2016

FRIDAY - 5 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

Unit 1 - End of Unit Questions -p.17 (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
1. How well did you do on EACH OF THE FOUR memory tasks? Describe some of your noticeable strengths/weaknesses.
2. Are the types of memory games highlighted in the site related to the type of memory you use in school? Why/Why not? Explain.
READ / HIGHLIGHT / ANNOTATE the Diane Van Deren article

Discuss E of L

Intro. Unit 7A

-activity / discussion of :

Your memories...

-7 Dwarves activity

-word/image memory activity

[[#|Survey]] says...

Intro. TEAM TEACH
TEAM Teach (material found in 7A)
#3 (pages 261-265)
#4/#5 (pages 266-268)
#6 (pages 268-274)
#7/#8 (pages 274-278)
#9 (pages 278-284)
#10 (pages 285-290)

E of L-
READ and TAKE NOTES on your section of reading

THURSDAY - 4 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-

Unit 1 - End of Unit Questions -p.17 (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 7A - Reading Quiz
Unit 7A - Vocabulary List

Unit 7A - Vocabulary List 1 Test (first 20 terms)

Intro. Unit 7A
-activity / discussion of :
Your memories...

Information Processing

Activity
-Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwQVsB6k24Q
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ke2HjqVXfc

-7 Dwarves activity

-word/image memory

E of L-
(2 PARTS)
PART 1
DO EACH OF THESE 4 ACTIVITIES:
http://www.exploratorium.edu/memory/dont_forget/index.html
ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:
After each activity answer #1
1. How well did you do on EACH OF THE FOUR memory tasks? Describe some of your noticeable strengths/weaknesses.
After [[#|completing]] all 4 answer #2
2. Are the types of memory games highlighted in the site related to the type of memory you use in school? Why/Why not? Explain.

PART 2
READ / HIGHLIGHT / ANNOTATE the following article*:


ANSWER these ?'s:

*When you have completed the reading & responses, jot down 2 questions or "wonderings" you have.

MONDAY - 1 FEB 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
A little study time...

In Class-
E of L DUE:

A-RECALL 3 or more memories that you would consider "self-defining*".
WRITE them down on the back of 7A-2.

*if you need personal examples...I can remember when I got my drivers license and I remember when I was in the recruiters office the day I signed up for the Army...
B-Use ONE of those memories [[#|to complete]] Handout 7A-2

Unit 6 FRQ portion

Memory Discussion - Unit 7A

Unit 7A Guided Reading Activity

Unit 7A Vocabulary List
(Unit 7A Vocabulary Test - FIRST 10 TERMS - THURSDAY 4 FEB 2016)

E of L-
Unit 7A Guided Reading Activity (It's labeled as a quiz, but use your textbook to complete it.)


Unit 7A Vocabulary List
(Unit 7A Vocabulary Test - FIRST 20 TERMS - THURSDAY 4 FEB 2016)


FRIDAY - 29 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
A little study time...

In Class-
Unit 6 Test (M/C portion)

E of L-
(2 PARTS)
PART 1
Unit 6 FRQ Test portion on MONDAY 1 FEB 2016
PRACTICE by answering the UNIT 6 FRQ on page 253
*Look (in the text) at Watson's research on human emotions and behaviors


PART 2
COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
A-RECALL 3 or more memories that you would consider "self-defining*".
WRITE them down on the back of 7A-2.

*if you need personal examples...I can remember when I got my drivers license and I remember when I was in the recruiters office the day I signed up for the Army...
B-Use ONE of those memories to complete Handout 7A-2


THURSDAY - 28 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
WU-
PAGE 241
READ "Biofeedback"
ANSWER:
1. Why were some psychologists skeptical of early biofeedback research?
2. How does biofeedback work? Describe how a person would be wired up and tested.
3. What are some applications or uses of biofeedback?

In Class-
E of L DUE -
-Observational Learning ?'s
-Fact or Falsehood
-Unit 6 Vocabulary List 2 Test

Classical Conditioning (Frasier Crane style)-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c4_l2oe22U


Operant Conditioning examples in action:

Goldfish-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsonPCR6EZg


Classroom Discipline-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-aXcp5j4bI

Big Bang (again)-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhI5h5JZi-U


Teach your Rat to play basketball (shaping and chaining)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6F0bRTurPk

Observational Learning (Bobo Doll)-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zerCK0lRjp8


End of Unit 6 Practice AP questions (1-15)
Pages 252-253

E of L-
Unit 6 Test - FRIDAY 29 JAN 2016

Study links AND helpful places:
End of Unit 6 Practice AP questions (1-15)
Pages 252-253
Answers:
1.D
2.A
3.C
4.A
5.A
6.E
7.D
8.D
9.E
10.B
11.B
12.B
13.A
14.C
15.C

Unit 6 Practice Quizzes

http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492


"Learning"
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/MCquizeshome.htm

TUESDAY - 26 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
The controversy of spanking...
1. Were you spanked as a child? Why/why not?
2. What reasons might parents have for spanking their children?
3. What reason might parents have for not spanking their children?
4. Where is the line between spanking and child abuse?
5. Is spanking successful? Why/why not?

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Schedules of Reinforcement (use pages 222-223 to assist you)


Unit 6 Vocabulary List 2 Test - THURSDAY 28 JAN 2015

Operant Conditioning examples in action:
Goldfish-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsonPCR6EZg


Teach your Rat to play basketball (shaping and chaining)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6F0bRTurPk



E of L-
(3 PARTS)

PART 1
READ pages 242-249
ANSWER:
1. What is observational learning?
2. Why is TV a powerful source of observational learning? Explain and Support.
3. What is modeling? How is an effective tool?
4. In terms of antisocial effects...what are some possible causes? Explain.

PART 2
Unit 6 Fact or Falsehood (Page # and why false, if false)

PART 3
STUDY for Unit 6 List 2 Vocabulary List Test

*UNIT 6 TEST - FRIDAY 29 JAN 2016

MONDAY - 25 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
Unit 14 - End of Unit questions p.695
(9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
pages 228-234 (Operant Conditioning)
Critical Thinking Questions

Review:
Conditioning

Your turn to give it a try!


Operant Conditioning
-book and examples

in action:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt4N9GSBoMI

E of L-
Schedules of Reinforcement (use pages 222-223 to assist you)


Unit 6 Vocabulary List 2 Test - THURSDAY 28 JAN 2015

FRIDAY - 22 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
Unit 14 - End of Unit questions p.695
(1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Side 1 and Side 2:

Unit 6 Psych Sim 5: Operant Conditioning

Conditioning in action w/ a squirt bottle

You're the Rat!
...follow the maze...

Classical Conditioning things to know...
(UR, US, CR, CS, N)
-Pages 218/219

Your turn to give it a try!



E of L-
READ - pages 228-234 (Operant Conditioning)
ANSWER the following Critical Thinking Questions:
Reinforcement
1. What types of "real world" rewards occur on a delayed schedule?
2. Did you learn to wait for rewards? Why or Why not?
3. Does the media encourage people to delay gratification? Why or why not?
4. Do you get grades for every assignment you turn in? Why or why not?
5. How do you feel if a teacher doesn't give grades for every assignment?
6. What unintended consequences might occur when teachers use continuous reinforcement?

THURSDAY - 21 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
Study time for the 2 quizzes

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 6 Vocabulary list (quiz on 1st 23 terms)

pages 220-222 (reading quiz on material up to this point)

RESEARCH "taste-aversions" (p. 224 - John Garcia's taste-aversions research)
1. What are they? Are they nature or nurture influenced?
*Be prepared to discuss AND
2. Find a real-life application that you can share in class

Listen...What are you feeling right now...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9QTSyLwd4w
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2Ecwm7Alrc

What is conditioning...?

Human Taste Aversions...survey yourself...
*Using a Likert Scale from 1 - 9
(Bolt's pages 5/6)

Classical Conditioning things to know...
(UR, US, CR, CS, N)
-Pages 218/219

The Office example:
http://video.vulture.com/video/The-Office-Jims-Mint-Prank
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c4_l2oe22U

Your turn to give it a try!



E of L-
(2 PARTS)

PART 1
FINISH - Side 1 and Side 2:



PART 2

Unit 6 Psych Sim 5: Operant Conditioning


FRIDAY - 15 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
End of Unit 5 Review 6-10

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 5 Quiz 2 results/self-assessment
End of Unit 5 FRQ

Drug Myths - Dependence and Addiction

Unit 5 FRQ edit w/ rubric

Bizkit the sleepwalking dog
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2BgjH_CtIA

[[#|Sleep Apnea]]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm-TZ-dO_rQ

Night Terrors
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSVwmSzxKtU

Listen...What are you feeling right now...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9QTSyLwd4w
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2Ecwm7Alrc

6-1 FACT or FALSEHOOD?
6-2 Examples of Learning

How do we learn?
Unit 6 - READ - pages 215-217

6-2 What is conditioning...?

E of L-
Unit 6 Vocabulary list (quiz on 1st 23 terms NEXT class)

READ pages 220-222 (REALLY KNOW the text and vocabulary -
there will be a reading quiz on material up to this point)

RESEARCH "taste-aversions" (p. 224 - John Garcia's taste-aversions research)
1. What are they? Are they nature or nurture influenced?
*Be prepared to discuss AND
2. Find a real-life application that you can share in class

THURSDAY - 14 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
End of Unit 5 Review 11-15

In Class-
E of L DUE:
-Unit 5 - Quiz 1 results
What areas were you weak in and need to take some more time with?
-Unit 5 Fact or Falsehood - PROOF w/ page # (and correction if false)
-Sleep Diary
Sleep Diary - assessment/reflection
1. What did you learn about your sleeping pattern? What are some things that surprised you?
2. List 3 or more things you could do to improve your sleep.
3. Describe some potential long term effects of your present sleep pattern.

Go Over Responses/Correct Answers:
5-3 "National Sleep Foundation's Sleep IQ Test"
handouts

Dreams -
Why?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GGzc3x9WJU&feature=youtu.be

-handout 5-12
Hypnosis...are we gullible?

Drug Myths - Dependence and Addiction

Psychoactive Drugs and their influences
-spiders on drugs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mW21cpxIA4I
-pictures
http://www.trinity.edu/jdunn/spiderdrugs.htm

--sleep disorders--
Rusty the Narcoleptic dog Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB4Z0LNGBPY

other narcoleptic dogs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0h2nleWTwI&feature=related

Bizkit the sleepwalking dog
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2BgjH_CtIA

[[#|Sleep Apnea]]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm-TZ-dO_rQ

Night Terrors
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSVwmSzxKtU

E of L-
SLEEP DIARY reflection questions/responses
(see above)

Unit 5 - Quiz 2*
(see myers link above and go to "quizzes")
*print off your score
-ASSESS yourself:
What areas were you weak in and need to take some more time with?

End of Unit 5 FRQ (higher level thinking T=terms D=definitions R=responses)

TUESDAY - 12 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
End of Unit 5 Review 6-10

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 5 Vocabulary List 2 Test

Go Over Responses/Correct Answers:
5-2 "The Revised Sleep and Dream Information Questionnaire
and
5-3 "National Sleep Foundation's Sleep IQ Test"
handouts

Dreams -
What?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqQrbF2RFQc
Why?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GGzc3x9WJU&feature=youtu.be

-handout 5-12
Hypnosis...are we gullible?


E of L-
CONTINUE SLEEP DIARY

Unit 5 - Quiz 1*
(see myers link above and go to "quizzes")
*print off your score
-ASSESS yourself:
What areas were you weak in and need to take some more time with?

Unit 5 Fact or Falsehood - PROOF w/ page # (and correction if false)

MONDAY - 11 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
End of Unit 5 Review 1-5

In Class-
E of L DUE: What is the function of dreams?

Go Over Responses/Correct Answers:
5-2 "The Revised Sleep and Dream Information Questionnaire
and
5-3 "National Sleep Foundation's Sleep IQ Test"
handouts

FINISH (add in questions 4,5,6)
Dying to Sleep - FFI (parts 3 and 4)*
1. What are the early signs of FFI?
2. Describe the causes of it.
3. What is happening to your body when you have it?
*4. What are the 2 types of FFI?
*5. Describe what scientists believe is going on with the brain.
*6. Would you want to know if you were a carrier of the gene or not? Explain.

Dreams -
What?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqQrbF2RFQc
Why?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GGzc3x9WJU&feature=youtu.be

Hypnosis...are we gullible?

E of L-
CONTINUE SLEEP DIARY

Unit 5 Vocabulary Test LIST 2 - TUESDAY 12 JAN 2016

FRIDAY - 8 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
Give yourself a couple minutes to look over your terms one last time...

In Class-
Unit 5 Vocabulary Test (1st 18 terms)

5-2 "The Revised Sleep and Dream Information Questionnaire
and
5-3 "National Sleep Foundation's Sleep IQ Test"
handouts

REVIEW:
Why do we sleep?
How does sleep loss affect us?
Sleep theories and sleep disorders

FINISH (add in questions 4,5,6)
Dying to Sleep - FFI (parts 3 and 4)*
1. What are the early signs of FFI?
2. Describe the causes of it.
3. What is happening to your body when you have it?
*4. What are the 2 types of FFI?
*5. Describe what scientists believe is going on with the brain.
*6. Would you want to know if you were a carrier of the gene or not? Explain.

E of L-
CONTINUE SLEEP DIARY

Answer:
What is the function of dreams? (There's more than one answer.)

Unit 5 Vocabulary Test LIST 2 - TUESDAY 12 JAN 2016

THURSDAY - 7 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
Unit 5 Fact or Falsehood

In Class-
E of L Check - U5 #3

Sleep Diary (on back of U5 Fact or Falsehood)

Why do we sleep?
How does sleep loss affect us?

Together...
Sleep theories and sleep disorders

Dying to sleep - FFI (parts 1 and 2)
1- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuNzubLTI_A
2- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPdgog3afTI
1. What are the early signs of FFI?
2. Describe the causes of it.
3. What is happening to your body when you have it?

E of L-
[[#|START]] YOUR SLEEP DIARY!!!

"The Lost Hour: Nurture Shock" (Reading and Responses)
http://teachingwithteachers.com/2010/11/16/the-lost-hour-nurture-shock-chapter-2/


Unit 5...Vocabulary test - FIRST 18 TERMS
FRIDAY 9 JAN 2015

TUESDAY - 5 JAN 2016

2nd HOUR

WU-
IF our natural circadian rhythm were attuned to a 23-hour cycle, would we instead need to discipline
ourselves to stay up later at night and sleep in longer in the morning?
Provide details / Explain your answer.

In Class-
"Show me the list!" - Unit 5 Vocabulary List

Go over syllabus...into semester 2...here we go!
*AP Psych Test - 2 MAY 2016
*Unit 5 overview
*Sleep Diary...

Quiz - stages of sleep

Discussion- pages 175-182 w/ #1

E of L-
Unit 5 #3

Unit 5...Vocabulary test - FRIDAY 9 JAN 2015



Unit 14 - End of Unit questions p.695
(1-8)

READ - pages 228-234 (Operant Conditioning)
ANSWER the following Critical Thinking Questions:
Reinforcement
1. What types of "real world" rewards occur on a delayed schedule?
2. Did you learn to wait for rewards? Why or Why not?
3. Does the media encourage people to delay gratification? Why or why not?
4. Do you get grades for every assignment you turn in? Why or why not?
5. How do you feel if a teacher doesn't give grades for every assignment?
6. What unintended consequences might occur when teachers use continuous reinforcement?

























FRIDAY - 18 DEC 2015
1st HOUR

SEMESTER FINAL

Evidence of Learning-

FOR SECOND SEMESTER - 6 JAN or 7 JAN 2014:

A. READ pages 175-182

B. ANSWER #1

C. QUIZ on Stages of Sleep

D. Unit 5 Vocabulary List

WEDNESDAY - 16 DEC 2015
1st HOUR

SEMESTER FINAL WILL BE ON UNIT 4 MATERIAL - START STUDYING!!!
USE YOUR TEXTBOOK!
Also, here are some links for practice:
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Sensation/sensation.htm
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Perception/perception.htm

WU-
ANSWER the following:
1. Why are psychics generally unwilling to be scientifically tested?
2. Do you think paranormal phenomena is a worthy scientific subject?

In Class-
COLLECT E of L -

Ghostbusters - ESP study - Dr. Venkman
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn7-JZq0Yxs

ESP survey and #25

quick test:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KC5TrVQZ7Io
james randi using esp:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHN2kngOtk4

Evidence of Learning-
STUDY FOR FINAL!!!

MONDAY - 14 DEC 2014
1st HOUR

WU-
ANSWER the following:
1. Why are psychics generally unwilling to be scientifically tested?
2. Do you think paranormal phenomena is a worthy scientific subject?

In Class-
COLLECT E of L-
#25 p.166

Do the Evidence of Learning (The IMC laptops are reserved.)

Evidence of Learning-
PART 1
COMPLETE the following quizzes and RECORD your results:
Myers Online Site:

http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492

Unit 4 Quiz 1 and Quiz 2

PART 2
FIND and PRINT a COPY of a Horoscope / News headlines
1. Find a horoscope from ANY past date
2. Find the news headlines from that SAME date

FRIDAY - 10 DEC 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
PAGE 165
"Before You Move On..."
ANSWER:
"Ask Yourself"
and
"Test Yourself 6"

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 4 Reading Quiz
Psych Sim 5 Online Quizzes: Unit 4: Colorful World

Unit 4 Reading Quiz...Trade and Go!

Woman has vision restored with use of a tooth
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ga7apTYrLuc
UNABLE to perceive motion
https://books.google.com/books?id=3mJ4p9wYfR8C&pg=PA152&lpg=PA152&dq=woman+who+cannot+perceive+movement&source=bl&ots=SNYWwMjmbB&sig=6Xoww5tlVcTa01cC4BdBd3gnEBw&hl=en&sa=X&ei=ya6IVOzpIMT3yQSirYGYBg&ved=0CCcQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=woman%20who%20cannot%20perceive%20movement&f=false
Perceiving ONLY motion
http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2014/05/26/314621545/the-blind-woman-who-sees-rain-but-not-her-daughters-smile

The Man Who Lost His Body
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGlZpZgwnAc

Evidence of Learning-
READ 166-169
ANSWER #25
(There are multiple parts to this question...use reason, detail, thought in your response)

WEDNESDAY - 9 DEC 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Pages 159-160
READ "Sensory Deprivation and Restored Vision"
ANSWER #22

In Class-
E of L DUE:
COLLECT - synesthete.org responses

...Go over:
Guided Reading Activity
Use pages 141-150 to answer these 5 questions:


Look at Sensory Adaptation (p.160)

Moon Illusion / Ponzi Illusion (p. 157)
http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/3d/moonillu.htm

Michelangelo's Pieta
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Michelangelo%27s_Pieta_5450_cut_out_black.jpg

Perceptual Sets
-letter :)
-discussion (page 161-162)
define, causes

Perceptual sets of “looters” or those looking for “supplies”
http://www.snopes.com/photos/katrina/looters.asp

Talking Dogs
Great demonstration for perceptual sets
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFsR772EByQ

The Archive of Funny Misheard Lyrics
http://www.kissthisguy.com/

WATCH: Synesthesia
"Red Mondays and Gemstone Jalapenos: The Synesthetic World"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vs-ez62DVc
ANSWER:
1. What is synesthesia?
2. How do you test/prove that someone has it?
3. Would you like to have this disorder? Why? Explain.

Evidence of Learning-
PART 1
Unit 4 Reading Quiz (pages 156-169)
1. 10 total - Multiple Choice and T/F, but NO MORE THAN 3 T/F
2. Make an Answer Key for it.

PART 2
Go To:
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492
TAKE THIS QUIZ...See how you do:
Psych Sim 5 Online Quizzes: Unit 4: Colorful World
-you may need to set up an account (and save it to my instructor's gradebook)

TUESDAY - 8 DEC 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
1.What is the function of sensory adaptation? (I want to see some higher level thinking here!)
...feel free to use the text to assist you

Define the following term and answer the questions that follow:
2. constancy-
3. What if objects seemed to grow larger as you approached?
4. What if objects appeared to change shape when they moved?
5. What if color became different in different levels of light?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
COLLECT - Tedtalk - Neil Harbisson responses

Go over:
Guided Reading Activity
Use pages 141-150 to answer these 5 questions:


Sensory Adaptation / Perceptional Organization
-perception goggles (coloring / navigating / playing catch)

Take the test!
*Define...
synesthete.org
-r u a synesthete?
-why? explain...
-your reaction to the type of questions...

yesterday in history - pearl harbor
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/pearl-harbor-bombed

cnnstudentnews.com

Evidence of Learning-
Take the test!
*Define...
synesthete.org
-r u a synesthete?
-why? explain...
-your reaction to the type of questions...

MONDAY - 7 DEC 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
1. What would it be like if you couldn't perceive movement? Explain using perception knowledge thus far.
2. How would you sensory adapt to this? What would be helpful to you (other senses, skills, etc.)?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
COLLECT - Pain of Social Rejection responses

(half sheet)
Guided Reading Activity
Use pages 141-150 to answer these 5 questions:


Evidence of Learning-
1 - Guided Reading Activity
Use pages 141-150 to answer these 5 questions:


2 - (IMC laptops are reserved)
WATCH:
http://tedtalkspsychology.com/i-listen-to-color-with-neil-harbisson/
ANSWER questions (1-5*) that follow the video.
*For #5 - give some examples, but you don't have to write a report.

FRIDAY - 4 DEC 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
look it over for a couple minutes...

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Pages 151-159 PERCEPTUAL ORGANIZATION presentation
DUE on GOOGLE CLASSROOM (see 12/3 for more info.)
(ppt / google slides, etc.)

Unit 4 - Vocabulary Test - Set 3 (gestalt to parapsychology)

Perception terms / concepts
...Friday fun...

Visual Illusions
http://www.womansday.com/life/8-mind-boggling-optical-illusions-86798
http://www.womansday.com/life/9-eye-popping-illusions-99914

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNbF006Y5x4

chocolate bar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltqHJTY8Fhk
dinosaur looking at you
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4QcyW-qTUg

Guided Reading Activity

Evidence of Learning-
READ this article and RESPOND to the questions with it.


WEDNESDAY - 2 DEC 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Unit 4 - Fact or Falsehood handout
(6-10)
-Is is True or False?
-Page # to support/disprove*
*correct answer/response/wording if False
TURNED IN WHEN COMPLETED

In Class-
E of L DUE:
-#15 (taste) and #16 (smell)

Phantom pain
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0U4gCXK1vfI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YL_6OMPywnQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGlZpZgwnAc

-Discuss #15 (taste) and #16 (smell)
(p.147/p.148)
*McGurk Effect
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-lN8vWm3m0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtsfidRq2tw

Perceptual Organization / Visual Interpretation (p. 151)

Evidence of Learning-
PART 1
USE pages 151-159 PERCEPTUAL ORGANIZATION to assist you...

Gather pictures of everyday surroundings that are examples of the following connections to perception:

(make a visual presentation-ppt/prezi/google slides/glogster/etc.)

DEFINE each and PROVIDE a visual example of ALL FIVE*
*ONE of them needs to be a picture of YOUR OWN DESIGN (use your cellphone):
-figure ground
-grouping
-depth perception
-perceptual constancy
-color constancy

*PUT IT INTO GOOGLE CLASSROOM...
-Go to google classroom:
https://www.google.com/edu/products/productivity-tools/classroom/
-Log in with your SCHOOL GMAIL ACCOUNT
HERE IS YOUR CLASS CODE:
1wq7egq

PART 2
Unit 4 Vocabulary Test - Set 3 (gestalt to parapsychology)

TUESDAY - 1 DEC 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Unit 4 - Fact or Falsehood handout
(1-5)
-Is is True or False?
-Page # to support/disprove*
*correct answer if False

In Class-
E of L DUE:
-Discuss #14 (touch)
-Your definition of pain /bio/psych/social-cultural influences on pain

What if we couldn't perceive pain?
No Pain (2)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zliNn31GgS8

...innovative ways to handle pain
Virtual Reality [[#|pain treatment]]
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/49849152#49849152

Phantom pain
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0U4gCXK1vfI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YL_6OMPywnQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGlZpZgwnAc

Evidence of Learning-
ANSWER:
#15 (Taste)
#16 (Smell)

MONDAY - 30 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Look them over for a couple minutes...

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Question #14 Due

Unit 4 Vocabulary Test 2 (audition to sensory interaction)

Sensitivity Survey

Evidence of Learning-
1. DEFINE (in your own words): Pain-
2. What are the:
biological, psychological, social-cultural influences of pain?

FRIDAY - 20 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Listen up...check out the ear stuff one last time...ya hear?!

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 4 Psych Sim 5: Auditory System Due
Unit 4 Questions #12 and #13

Demos
-tube
-hangers

Sensitivity Survey

Evidence of Learning-
READ pages 141-142
ANSWER #14

STUDY FOR Unit 4 Vocabulary Test 2 (audition to sensory interaction) - MONDAY 30 NOV 2015

WEDNESDAY - 18 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
READ
page 139 "Living in a Silent World"
ANSWER:
1. What are the benefits and limitations of using sign language exclusively in a hearing world?
2. What should the hearing world's response be to the use of sign language?

In Class-
E of L DUE-
-Visual Intelligence Reading Annotations/Sentence starter responses
-"How Animals Hacked the Rainbow and Got Stumped on Blue"

Ear diagram
-label
-define

Intro. to hearing
#9 and #10

Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)

PART 1
ANSWER
Unit 4 #12 and #13

PART 2
COMPLETE
Unit 4 Psych Sim 5: The Auditory System


TUESDAY - 17 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
A quick LOOK at your EYE...

In Class-
E of L DUE-
-Visual Intelligence Reading Annotations/Sentence starter responses
-Retinoblastoma responses due

Eye Test w/ Functions

Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)

PART 1
Guided Reading Activity (pages 128-134)
1. go to:
m.socrative.com
2. enter:
classroom#: 283933
3. enter your name and answer the questions with the assistance of your textbook

PART 2
READ "How Animals Hacked the Rainbow and Got Stumped on Blue"
http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2014/11/12/347736896/how-animals-hacked-the-rainbow-and-got-stumped-on-blue
ANSWER:
1. Give some examples of the purposes that color serves in the animal world.
2. How are pigments like a color currency? Explain / Examples?
3. Why is blue so difficult to make in animals? How have they overcome this?
4. How could humans use or benefit from this optical technology?

TUESDAY - 17 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
A quick LOOK at your EYE...

In Class-
E of L DUE-
-Visual Intelligence Reading Annotations/Sentence starter responses
-Retinoblastoma responses due

Eye Test w/ Functions

Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)

PART 1
Guided Reading Activity (pages 128-134)

1. go to:

m.socrative.com

2. enter:

classroom#: 283933

3. enter your name and answer the questions with the assistance of your textbook


PART 2
READ "How Animals Hacked the Rainbow and Got Stumped on Blue"
http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2014/11/12/347736896/how-animals-hacked-the-rainbow-and-got-stumped-on-blue
ANSWER:
1. Give some examples of the purposes that color serves in the animal world.
2. How are pigments like a color currency? Explain / Examples?
3. Why is blue so difficult to make in animals? How have they overcome this?
4. How could humans use or benefit from this optical technology?

MONDAY - 16 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Pages 172-173
(11-15)
*collect

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Sensitivity Challenge handout (A-D)
Visual Intelligence Reading Annotations/Sentence starter responses

Eye Diagram w/ definitions (Eye Test - Tuesday 17 NOV 2015)

Pulfrich Effect (rods and cones)

http://www.open.edu/openlearn/science-maths-technology/science/across-the-sciences/measure-the-pulfrich-effect

-video example

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mnWI_u_zBg


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Rv5DU-1FuE


Blind Spot demo
-focus on a spot
-move the object slowly into their vision field

Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)

PART 1 -
READ "How Pictures of Infant Boy's Eyes Helped Diagnose Cancer"
http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/11/05/243189819/how-pictures-of-infant-boys-eyes-helped-diagnose-cancer
ANSWER:
(For 1,2,3:
Refer to a text location when supporting your response - ex. 3rd paragraph, 2nd line down...)
1. What is retinoblastoma?
2. How many individuals are diagnosed with it annually? Why is it difficult to diagnose?
3. What kind of research do you think is being conducted on this? Do you think there is any public health information out there?
4. How about global...is there a way to take what they have figured out and make (or do) something with it?
What do you do next?

PART 2-
STUDY for EYE DIAGRAM and DEFINITIONS TEST on TUESDAY 17 NOV 2015

WEDNESDAY - 11 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
VETERANS DAY!!!
WU-
Pages 172-173
(6-10)

In Class-
Unit 4 questions 4,5,6

p.121 Subliminal
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyQjr1YL0zg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3F-Vku9U1M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l78r_EYdni4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YqtFXY36P8

p.122 Difference Thresholds
-Weber's Law (envelopes and quarters)

Eye Diagram (and definition of parts)

Pulfrich Effect (rods and cones)
Blind Spot demo

Evidence of Learning-
(4 THINGS TO DO)
THING 1-
Sensitivity Challenge (A,B,C,D,E)


Part A website
http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/body/interactives/senseschallenge/senses.swf

Part B website
http://www.exploratorium.edu/exhibits/f_exhibits.html

Part C website
http://www.myeyeworld.com/files/eye_structure.htm

Part D website
http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/eyetr.html

Part E website
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002330

THING 2-
(Page 126)
In your notebook:
DRAW, LABEL and DEFINE the parts of the EYE

THING 3-
READ "From Visual Intelligence: How We Create What We See" by Donald D. Hoffman
(pages 80-90)


ANNOTATE the TEXT

RESPOND to the following sentence starters using FRQ-style / TDA thinking:
1. The key aspect discussed in this essay was...
2. At first I thought...
3. Logic affects our visual intelligence...
4. To summarize, now I think...

THING 4-
BRING SUNGLASSES TO CLASS!!!

TUESDAY - 10 NOV 2015
1st HOUR

WU-
Pages 172-173 (1-5)

In Class-
E of L Due:
Unit 4 Psych Sim 5: Visual Illusion

Unit 4 vocabulary quiz

Evidence of Learning-
PART A - Answer Unit 4 questions 4,5,6 from the text into your notebook.

PART B - RETURN Science Project Informed Consent TOMORROW!!!

MONDAY - 9 NOV 2015
1st HOUR

WU-
Speculate...
1. What if we had to attend to every stimulus in the environment?
2. What may happen if we miss important stimuli in the environment due to attention that is too selective?

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Google Classroom ?'s
Unit 4 Vocabulary list

change blindness
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VkrrVozZR2c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diGV83xZwhQ

Evidence of Learning-
3 PARTS
1 - (GO TO MYERS AP COMPANION SITE)
PsychSim 5 : Visual Illusions (with handout)


2 - STUDY for Unit 4 Vocabulary List (1st 22 terms - from sensation to lens)
Practice on quizlet.com

3 - RETURN Science Project Informed Consent ASAP!!!

FRIDAY - 6 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
4th HOUR / 7th HOUR

WU-
Unit 4 Fact or Falsehood
-using your brain only :)


In Class-
Discuss E of L

Intro. Unit 4 (pages 115-119)
with examples:

bottom up and top down processing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-4CAqXlVXo
top-down processing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiIVtROrtbk&feature=autoplay&list=PLWgLqAtZPtgGoxv9WyFUINFLeYLnvC0Qn&playnext=2
selective attention [[#|test]]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q59zG1fFk0k
awareness test
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_UuZQhlZ5k&feature=related
inattentional blindness
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6qgoM89ekM
change blindness
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qb-gT6vDrmU&feature=related

Evidence of Learning-
PART 1
-Go to Google Classroom:
https://www.google.com/edu/products/productivity-tools/classroom/
-Log in with your SCHOOL GMAIL ACCOUNT
HERE IS YOUR CLASS CODE:
1wq7egq

USE Pages 120-123 to complete the assignment ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM

...IF you are having problems...don't freak out, here are the questions:
Unit 4: Thresholds
(pages 120 - 123)


PART 2
Unit 4 Vocabulary List (virtual or hard copy)

WEDNESDAY - 4 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Study time...

In Class-
E of L-

Unit 3A/3B/3C TEST with FRQ

WATCH - NOVA: Ghost in Your Genes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0n0gF-dIZ48&playnext=1&list=PLE58C55C00D712B1D&feature=results_main
(watch preview, intro, part 1, part 2)
ANSWER:
What do you think is the "ghost in your genes"?

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 4 - Sensation and Perception
READ pages 115-119
ANSWER:
A. Unit questions 1 and 2
B. "Before You Move On..." 2 questions on bottom of page 119

TUESDAY - 3 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
3C Review (page 112) 6-15

In Class-
E of L-
3C Questions #3 and #4 DUE

Heritability (pages 100-102)

Twin and Adoption Studies - Striking Similarities (Handout 3C-2)
-Classroom exercise/handout

WATCH - NOVA: Ghost in Your Genes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0n0gF-dIZ48&playnext=1&list=PLE58C55C00D712B1D&feature=results_main
(watch preview, intro, part 1, part 2)
ANSWER:
What do you think is the "ghost in your genes"?

77 years ago...it was...
War of the Worlds!
link:
http://www.radiolab.org/story/91622-war-of-the-worlds/
audio companion:


Evidence of Learning-
3A / 3B / 3C TEST - WEDNESDAY 4 NOV 2015
STUDY links:
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Neuroscience/neuroscience.htm
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/The%20Brain/the_brain.htm

http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_61249


End of Unit ANSWERS:
3A - c,a,d,b,a,a,e,e,a,d,b,a,a,c,b
3B - e,b,e,b,d,a,a,c,c,d,c,e,c,c,b
3C - a,a,b,c,e,d,b,b,a,c,e,d,a,c,d

HERE ARE THE FRQ links and rubric examples for past prompts:
teachinghighschoolpsychology.blogspot.com/2010/05/ap-psychology-free-response-questions.html?m=1

MONDAY - 2 NOV 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
3C Review (page 112) 1-5

In Class-
E of L-
Activities A and B DUE

Heritability (pages 100-102)

Twin and Adoption Studies - Striking Similarities (Handout 3C-2)
-Classroom exercise/handout

WATCH - NOVA: Ghost in Your Genes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0n0gF-dIZ48&playnext=1&list=PLE58C55C00D712B1D&feature=results_main
(watch preview, intro, part 1, part 2)
ANSWER:
What do you think is the "ghost in your genes"?

77 years ago...it was...
War of the Worlds!
link:
http://www.radiolab.org/story/91622-war-of-the-worlds/
audio companion:


Evidence of Learning-
3C #3 and #4

3A / 3B / 3C TEST - WEDNESDAY 4 NOV 2015

FRIDAY - 30 OCT 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
One last look...at 3C Vocab...

In Class-
E of L-

3C Vocabulary Test

Similarities activity (3C-2)

FINISH
Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?

LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

77 years ago...it was...
War of the Worlds!
link:
http://www.radiolab.org/story/91622-war-of-the-worlds/
audio companion:


Evidence of Learning-
Activity A
http://www.npr.org/2012/10/26/163649283/the-future-of-short-attention-span-theater
1. What is "short attention span theater"?
2. Describe "narrative deprivation". What exactly is it?
3. Does this story accurately portray your generation's technology attention span? Explain using reason, detail, fact.

Activity B
Ed. Ted - Zombie Behavior
http://ed.ted.com/lessons/diagnosing-a-zombie-brain-and-behavior-tim-verstynen-bradley-voytek
WATCH the video
ANSWER the "THINK" Questions (all on separate sheet of paper)
EXCEPT #6
(please use your critical thinking skills)

TUESDAY - 27 OCT 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Go ahead...look it over one last time...

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
Fact or Falsehood
3C (pages 94-100) Reading Quiz

FINISH
Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?

LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Stroke on the air
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/cbs-reporter-serene-branson-suffered-complex-migraine-stroke/story?id=12944345

Phineas Gage

Two Jims
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw3S35wGgT8

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3C Vocabulary List (Test WEDNESDAY 28 OCT 2015)
Unit 3C Question #2

MONDAY - 26 OCT 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Listen to:
http://www.npr.org/2012/09/12/161025945/facebook-could-be-powerful-tool-in-targeting-voters
[[#|Respond]] to:
1. What does this say about our friends and their influence?
2. Describe the power of social media.
3. How might these findings be used by political parties in the future?

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
Brain Plasticity or Split Brain Research article/summary
Brain Cse studies #5 and #6

FINISH
Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?

LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

amygdala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP89CUF7Gew&feature=relmfu

brain overview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UukcdU258A&feature=related


Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Stroke on the air
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/cbs-reporter-serene-branson-suffered-complex-migraine-stroke/story?id=12944345

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3B Fact or Falsehood

Unit 3C Vocabulary List (Test WEDNESDAY 28 OCT 2015)
Unit 3C Reading Quiz pages 94-100

WEDNESDAY - OCT 21 2015
BACK TO THE FUTURE 2 DAY!!!
http://www.cnn.com/2015/10/20/entertainment/back-to-the-future-day-feat/
external image timecircuits.jpg
1st HOUR
WU-
READ pages 90-91 "The Two-Track Mind"
ANSWER
1. What are the mind's two tracks, as revealed by studies of "dual processing"?
2. Can you recall a time when, your attention focused on one thing, you were oblivious to something else
(perhaps to pain, to someone's approach, or to background music)?

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
Case Studies #1 and #2


FINISH
Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?

LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

amygdala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP89CUF7Gew&feature=relmfu

brain overview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UukcdU258A&feature=related

Brain Activity (p.75)

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Left Brain - Right Brain (pages 83-85)
Michael Gazzaniga testing a split brain patient
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMLzP1VCANo

Brain Plasticity (p.82)
-what?
-how?
Brain Plasticity: Jody Miller
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTiZpPyqRk

Broca's Video (Aphasia - p.80)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gocIUW3E-go
_


Evidence of Learning-
FINISH #3,#4,#5,#6
Use 3B to assist you in answering the following:
Brain Case Studies


_

Psych Sim 5: Mind Reading Monkeys


_

FIND A CURRENT PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH ARTICLE
The TWO TOPIC AREAS to choose from:
-Brain Plasticity Research
OR
-Split Brain Research
-READ it,
-SUMMARIZE it (in a well written and organized paragraph*)
*You are the expert of your article...find something interesting!
HERE ARE SOME RESOURCES:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/
http://www.psychologytoday.com/


TUESDAY - 20 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
READ page 88 "Brain Organization and Handedness"
ANSWER:
1. Is handedness inherited? Explain.
2. Is it all right to be left-handed? Why?

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
Questions 1 and 2 from 10/19

FINISH
Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?

LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

imaging
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKPg_68j_XM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7oFLKMautw&feature=endscreen&NR=1
amygdala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP89CUF7Gew&feature=relmfu

brain overview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UukcdU258A&feature=related

Brain Activity (p.75)

Whistle/Hum - 2 different songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v9fP3S4VkQ
http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/3341/why-cant-i-whistle-and-hum-different-notes-at-the-same-time

Left Brain - Right Brain (pages 83-85)
Michael Gazzaniga testing a split brain patient
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMLzP1VCANo

Brain Plasticity (p.82)
-what?
-how?
Brain Plasticity: Jody Miller
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTiZpPyqRk

Broca's Video (Aphasia - p.80)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2IiMEbMnPM

Evidence of Learning-
Use 3B to assist you in answering the following:
Brain Case Studies
DO #1, #2


MONDAY - 19 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
5 minutes - study time

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
3B Psych Sim 5: Hemispheric Specialization (if not completed last class)
3B Question #5

3B Vocabulary Test (last 19 terms)

Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?

LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

Brain Activity
-Describe what EACH brain part and region is doing during ONE of these activities:


Evidence of Learning-
Use 3B to assist you in answering the following:
1. If humans and other mammals share so many parts of the brain, what makes humans
different from other animals? Why? Explain.
2. Why can't we tickle ourselves? Explain using reason, detail, fact.

WEDNESDAY - 14 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
5 minutes - study time

In Class-
E of L CHECK!

Brain Parts (Location and Definition) Test

Brain Hemisphere Survey

Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?

LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

Unit 3B - Psych Sim 5: Hemispheric Specialization

Unit 3B Vocabulary List (last 15 terms)

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3B - Psych Sim 5: Hemispheric Specialization

Unit 3B - Question #5 - Respond using Terms, Definitions, Applications (as well as reason, detail, fact)

Unit 3B Vocabulary List (Page 92 - last 18 terms) - VOCABULARY TEST - MONDAY 19 OCT 2015

TUESDAY - 13 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Unit 3B - End of Unit Questions
Page 93 (6-10)

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
Brain Label/Definitions
Unit 3B Question #3

Older Brain structures...what do you know?

Brain Hat Activity - Where is it? What is it responsible for?
LABEL: frontal lobe, temporal lobes, motor cortex, sensory cortex, parietal lobe, occipital lobe
COLOR EACH and put SYMBOLS that REPRESENT what each lobe/section of the brain does.

brain hemisphere templates:


Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3B Vocabulary List

*Brain parts location and brain responsibilities quiz next class - Wednesday 14 OCT 2015

MONDAY - 12 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Page 93 (1-5)

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
Unit 3A Fact or Falsehood Proofs DUE

Intro. Unit 3B - Das Brain!

Brain Parts (Location and Function)

Evidence of Learning-
-Finish Brain Parts and Location
-Unit 3B question #3

FRIDAY - 9 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
USE pages 53-58
ANSWER the following:
1. Define neurons?
2. How do they transmit information?
3. Describe the speed of a neuron impulse.
4. What is reuptake?

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
Unit 3A Quiz (Peripheral Nervous / Central Nervous / Endocrine Systems)

"Neuron Flushing Experiment"


Grouping them together:
Neurotransmitters / Functions


Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3A Fact or Falsehood Proofs

1-Fact or False
2-Page # to prove or disprove statement

WEDNESDAY - 7 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
PAGE 65 (11-15)

In Class-
E of L CHECK!
-1st 10 of the Neurotransmitter Scramble handout

The background of a neural impulse (page 53)

Action potential animations
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCasruJT-DUhttp://www.biology4all.com/resources_library/source/63.swf

Neuroscience for Kids
http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/neurok.html

NeuroPod
http://www.nature.com/neurosci/neuropod/index.html

"Neuron Flushing Experiment"


Neurotransmitters / Functions


Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)
PART 1
MOUSE PARTY
http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/addiction/mouse/
attachment to complete:


PART 2
CREATE A QUIZ - BRING HARD COPY TO CLASS
(typed-15 questions total - 5 per topic with possible answers AND a separate key)

[[#|Format]]:
2 topic areas should be multiple choice based
and
1 topic area should be true/false based

Topic Areas:
[[#|Peripheral Nervous System]] (5 questions)
Central Nervous System (5 questions)
Endocrine System (5 questions)

TUESDAY - 6 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
PAGE 65 (6-10)

In Class-
E of L CHECK!

Unit 3A Questions #4 and #5

U3A pages 53-58 Reading Quiz*


Create a [[#|motor neuron]]


The background of a neural impulse (page 53)
"Neuron Flushing Experiment"


Neurotransmitters / Functions


Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)
1-DO THE FIRST 10 of the Neurotransmitterscramble.student handout
2-FINISH Neuron Flushing Experiment handout (define each and show each in the flushing process)

MONDAY - 5 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
PAGE 65 (1-5)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 3A Vocabulary Test

Unit 3A Questions 1,2,3
Unit 2 FRQ - Peer Grading

World Series of Poker Story
http://www.npr.org/2015/09/28/444236895/how-poker-player-annie-duke-used-gender-stereotypes-to-win-matches

Publishing Bias

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 3A Questions #4 and #5

FRIDAY - 2 OCTOBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Unit 3A Fact or Falsehood

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Pages 51-58 (Questions 1,2,3)
Unit 3A Vocabulary List

Unit 2 FRQ - Peer Grading

Fear Survey Activity

World Series of Poker Story
http://www.npr.org/2015/09/28/444236895/how-poker-player-annie-duke-used-gender-stereotypes-to-win-matches

Cloning Your Dog
http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2015/09/30/428927516/cloning-your-dog-for-a-mere-100-000

Publishing Bias

Evidence of Learning-
STUDY for Unit 3A Vocabulary Test

WEDNESDAY - 30 SEPTEMBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
NO WU

In Class-
E of L DUE:

Unit 2 TEST

Monty Hall Problem
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhlc7peGlGg

Dangers of Bread


World Series of Poker Story
http://www.npr.org/2015/09/28/444236895/how-poker-player-annie-duke-used-gender-stereotypes-to-win-matches

Cloning Your Dog
http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2015/09/30/428927516/cloning-your-dog-for-a-mere-100-000

Evidence of Learning-
READ Pages 51-58:
Unit 3A Questions 1,2,3

Unit 3A Vocabulary List

TUESDAY - 29 SEPTEMBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Spongebob article (IV/DV/Control/Experimental)

In Class-
E of L DUE:

Correlation and Causation

Skinny on Statistics

-normal / skewed curves
-distributions
-standard deviation
z-score
external image NormalDistributionSD.jpg

Monty Hall Problem

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 2 Test - WEDNESDAY 30 SEPT 2015


STUDY LINKS:
http://www.apstudynotes.org/psychology/outlines/chapter-2-methods/

http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Research%20Methods/research_methods.htm

MONDAY - 28 SEPTEMBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Unit 2 Fact or Falsehood (1-5)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Unit 2 - Reading Quiz pages 37-41
IV / DV Experiment handout

FRQ's

Discuss:
Operational Definitions

Hindsight Bias
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVlMnPjTtHg&feature=related
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/goal-posts/200911/monday-morning-quarterbacking-the-case-the-hindsight-bias

Overconfidence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EaJMr26F5w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iThQ1po1JLU

The Scientific Attitude
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIrYBcz6WFU
http://randi.org/site/

Correlation and Causation

Skinny on Statistics

-normal / skewed curves
-distributions
-standard deviation
z-score
external image NormalDistributionSD.jpg

Evidence of Learning-
Unit 2 Test - WEDNESDAY 30 SEPT 2015


STUDY LINKS:
http://www.apstudynotes.org/psychology/outlines/chapter-2-methods/

http://appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Research%20Methods/research_methods.htm

FRIDAY - 25 SEPTEMBER 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Page 48 (11-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Mini Presentation - Psychologist Methods of Observation DUE*
*Uploaded to Google Classroom

Grade Vocab. Quizzes and FRQ's

Discuss:
Code of Ethics and Operational Definitions

Hindsight Bias
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVlMnPjTtHg&feature=related
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/goal-posts/200911/monday-morning-quarterbacking-the-case-the-hindsight-bias

Overconfidence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EaJMr26F5w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iThQ1po1JLU

The Scientific Attitude
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIrYBcz6WFU
http://randi.org/site/

Correlation and Causation

Monday - Skinny on Statistics

Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)
1- Reading quiz on pages 37-41 from Unit 2

2- IV/DV Experiment handout (just PART I)



WEDNESDAY - 23 SEPT 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
READ each of the following and decide whether it is TRUE or FALSE (and support your answer).
1. Most people suffer from unrealistic low self-esteem.
2. The opinions of 1500 randomly selected people can provide a fairly accurate picture of the opinions
of an entire nation.
3. The scientific finding that depressed people tend to have low self-esteem proves that depression
causes people to be down on themselves.

In Class-
E of L DUE:
Code of Ethics paragraph DUE

LINKS to help with the following concepts:

Hindsight Bias
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVlMnPjTtHg&feature=related
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/goal-posts/200911/monday-morning-quarterbacking-the-case-the-hindsight-bias

Overconfidence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EaJMr26F5w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iThQ1po1JLU

The Scientific Attitude
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIrYBcz6WFU
http://randi.org/site/

Correlation and Causation

Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)
1- Complete the following activity:
http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073531871/student_view0/module2/activity_2_2.html#

2 - Create a mini presentation (slides, ppt, prezi, educreation, glogster, etc.) that
DEFINES and DISPLAYS/Gives examples/incorporate an activity?
the ways in which psychologists observe and describe behavior.
(you could be presenting this next class)
*Use pages 26-29 to assist you
-UPLOAD TO Google Classroom:
YOU WILL NEED TO USE YOUR THOMPSON GMAIL EMAIL LOGIN
https://classroom.google.com
class code: 1wq7egq

TUESDAY - 22 SEPT 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Page 49
Unit 2 Review
(6-10)

In Class-
Unit 2 Psych Sim 5 (Descriptive Statistics) DUE

*Unit 2 Vocabulary List 1 (1st 24 terms) TEST*

What is...
The Scientific Attitude - read/define
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIrYBcz6WFU
http://randi.org/site/

Operational definitions

Evidence of Learning-
TYPED
Create an Ethics mission statement/paragraph/protocol:
(Use page 44 to assist you)

-UPLOAD TO Google Classroom:
YOU WILL NEED TO USE YOUR THOMPSON GMAIL EMAIL LOGIN
https://classroom.google.com
class code: 1wq7egq

You have been hired as a psychologist for the new
"Berthoud Psychology Research Center"
You are to develop an ethics code for conducting your own experiments...
Describe policies that you would adhere to.
(Specific to what you would and you would not do, types of experiments, etc.)
1. What should/shouldn't be allowed?
2. What are some considerations you may need to make?
3. How does the use of deception affect the ethics of a study?

MONDAY - 21 SEPT 2015
1st HOUR
WU-
Page 48
Unit 2 Review
(1-5)

In Class-
Unit 1 FRQ -TURN IT IN

REVIEW:
Hindsight Bias
Overconfidence

What is...
The Scientific Attitude - read/define
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIrYBcz6WFU
http://randi.org/site/

Dangers of Bread!

-beware of statistics

Evidence of Learning-
(3 PARTS)
PART 1
COMPLETE
Psych Sim 5 Tutorial: Unit 2 Descriptive Statistics
It is on the Myers Companion Site - http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492
Respond to the terms on this handout:


PART 2
1. Define "operational definition"-
2. Create an operational definition for the following terms:
A. Happiness-
B. A Smile-
C. Intelligence-
D. Popularity-
E. Good music-

PART 3
STUDY for Unit 2 Vocabulary Test - 1st 24 terms

FRIDAY - 18 SEPTEMBER 2015

1st HOUR
WU-
Page 17 (11-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE-
-Team Trading Cards (TURN INTO BOX)

Unit 1 Psych Sim 5: Psychology's Timeline


Evidence of Learning-
(3 PARTS)
1-
COMPLETE
Unit 1 Psych Sim 5
"Psychology's Timeline"


2-
Unit 1 FRQ (page 17)

3-
STUDY FOR:
Unit 2 Vocabulary Quiz TUESDAY 22 SEPT - FIRST 24 TERMS (first 2 columns on page 48)

WEDNESDAY - 16 SEPTEMBER 2015

1st HOUR
WU-
Page 17 (6-10)

In Class-
E of L DUE-

History / Development of Psychology
-Team Trading Cards

example:
http://www.powersportsphotos.com/Custom-Sports-Cards/images/Baseball-Trading-Card-Sample2.jpg

Trading Card Template / Builder:
http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/trading_cards_2/

Evidence of Learning-
1-
COMPLETE "Famous Psychologist Trading Cards"

-With your partner:
Trading Cards - DUE - FRIDAY, 18 SEPT 2015

2-
Unit 2 Vocabulary List and defined

TUESDAY - 15 SEPTEMBER 2015

1st HOUR
WU-
Page 17 (1-5)

In Class-
E of L DUE-
7 Faces of Psychology

Development of Psychology
-Team Trading Cards

example:
http://www.powersportsphotos.com/Custom-Sports-Cards/images/Baseball-Trading-Card-Sample2.jpg

Trading Card Template / Builder:
http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/trading_cards_2/

Evidence of Learning-
With your partner:
DECIDE on 8 Psychologists that you are going to research...get started!

Lab Time on WED 16 SEPT - Trading Cards (DUE - FRIDAY, 18 SEPT 2015)

MONDAY - 14 SEPTEMBER 2015

1st HOUR
WU-
Looking at pages 2-3...
1. Name 2 individuals that you feel were big contributors to the roots of psychology.
2. Why did you choose them?

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 14 FRQ / Unit 1 Question #1

Unit 14 FRQ peer grade

Unit 1 - History / Careers / Theories

Plato's "Allegory of the Cave"
-What does this tell us about early beliefs on mental processes and behavior?

Evidence of Learning-
What important psychology events happened on your birthday?

7 Faces of Psychology (Unit 1)


FRIDAY - 11 SEPTEMBER 2015

1st HOUR
WU-
NO WU...It's Go Time!

In Class-
Unit 14 Test - Chromebooks

Evidence of Learning-
(2 PARTS)

1-COMPLETE Unit 14 FRQ BY MONDAY 14 SEPT 2015

2-Read pages 2-4 / Answer #1 (page 2)

WEDNESDAY - 9 SEPT 2015

ELO Schedule
WU-
Aggression or not?


In Class-
E of L DUE:
-Laws researched that encourage and prohibit discrimination
-Pages 678-682 (The Psychology of Attraction)

"Attraction" (pages 678-682) on following areas (geography/proximity/mere exposure/physical attractiveness/similarity)
-passionate love / companionate love (differences)

*Bystander effect - define it
AND give background on EACH of these examples (connect to definition):
-Kitty Genovese
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1763547
-wwyd?
http://abcnews.go.com/WhatWouldYouDo/teens-harass-elderly-man/story?id=12537125
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hHUQ0Lp6v4

*Altruism - define it
AND give background on EACH of these examples:
-Friends episode
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahDxg3hc5pM

*Reciprocity Norm - define it
AND give background on EACH of these examples:
-Big Bang
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7xw-oDjwXQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlhHTdDqoBc

Unit 14 practice questions


Evidence of Learning-
PRACTICE FOR OUR UNIT 14 TEST
GO TO Myers Companion site
PRACTICE quizzes and tests
UNIT 14 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY TEST - FRIDAY 11 SEPT

FRIDAY - 4 SEPT 2015

WU-
Just World Survey


In Class-
E of L DUE:
PARTS 1,2,3
-Unit 14 Psych Sim 5
-Unit 14 Fact or Falsehood
-Social and Cognitive roots of prejudice

Unit 14 List 2 Vocabulary Test

Aggression or not?


Complete - Methods of Persuasion

Evidence of Learning-
-RESEARCH AND FIND A LAWS that encourage and prohibit discrimination (example of each...domestic AND international)
ANSWER:
1. What types of discrimination does the law allow? Why? (Consider treatment of people...)
2. What types of discrimination does the law not allow? Why?
3. What types of discrimination does the law seem unsure about?

-READ pages 678-682 "The Psychology of Attraction"

*START PRACTICING FOR OUR UPCOMING UNIT 14 TEST
GO TO Myers Companion site
PRACTICE quizzes and tests
UNIT 14 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY TEST - WEDNESDAY 9 SEPT

WEDNESDAY - 2 SEPT 2015

WU-
Think about the several types of television shows that you have watched in the past week or two...
1. How many acts of violence occurred overall? How many occurred in each show?
2. Does one type of program depict more violence than others?
3. What was different about violence depicted on the different types of shows?
4. How did watching this violence affect you? Would you feel comfortable letting young children
watch the acts you saw?

In Class-
E of L CHECK:
"Group think is the Kiss of Death in Fundraising"
(article and 2 responses - see 1 SEPT 2015)


Just World Survey


Aggression or not?


Complete - Methods of Persuasion

REVIEW:
social loafing, deindividuation, group polarization, group think (impact), social facilitation

groupthink / deindividuation
-lord of the flies
(video 1:12)

-Cabinet meeting (video)
-elevator behavior
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TS7P-eo-COo&feature=related

-power of the individual
http://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_how_to_start_a_movement#t-18652

Evidence of Learning-
(3 PARTS)

PART 1 (on Myers Companion Site)
Psych Sim 5: Social Decision Making"


PART 2
1/2 Sheet - Unit 14-1 "Fact or Falsehood"
-Proof each one.
-Write down the page number that either confirms or denies* the statement.
*if it's false, state what makes it false

PART 3
(This can be done on the back of the psych sim 5 above.)
*What are the SOCIAL and COGNITIVE roots of prejudice? (pages 667-670)
-notes and causes
Prepare a paragraph profile of one of the hate groups described at
www.tolerance.org (or another site that you used)
1. How are the beliefs of this particular group prejudiced? What stereotypes do they hold and against whom?
2. What type of discrimination do they recommend people take against those they hate?
3. Does the 1st Amendment protect this type of behavior? Why or why not?

*Unit 14 List 2 Vocabulary Test - FRIDAY 4 SEPT 2015

TUESDAY - 1 SEPT 2015

WU-
ANSWER the following:
1.Should teachers stop using group projects altogether? Why/why not?
2.Does having group members evaluate each other or assigning roles minimize social loafing? Why/why?
3.How can group members motivate each other to work their hardest?

In Class-
E of L CHECK:
Open Reading "Quiz"

(pages 661-670)

Complete - Methods of Persuasion

social loafing, deindividuation, group polarization, group think (impact)

social facilitation

Evidence of Learning-
2 PARTS-
PART 1 -
social facilitation
RESEARCH:
1. ONE of our school's sports teams (home wins vs. away wins)
2. YOUR favorite PLAYER/ATHLETE (home statistics vs. away statistics)
3. YOUR favorite SPORTS TEAM (home wins vs. away wins / statistics)

PART 2 -
"Group think is the Kiss of Death in Fundraising"
READ this article:
(attachment)

link:
http://www.fundraisingsuccessmag.com/article/groupthink-the-kiss-death-successful-fundraising-56702/1
RESPOND to these questions:
1.Why is it the kiss of death? Explain.
2.Provide some information/examples on how it could be done differently/more effectively.

*Unit 14 List 2 Vocabulary Test - FRIDAY 4 SEPT 2015

MONDAY - 31 AUGUST 2015

WU-
Page 695 (11-15)

In Class-
DUE:
Methods of Persuasion handout

DISCUSS
-Stanford Prison Experiment responses

Cognitive Dissonance

(654)
Milgram Experiment- When obeying instructions...how do we react in different situations? Defer blame/responsibility?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W147ybOdgpE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6GxIuljT3w

...depending on time...Psychology as Common Sense

Evidence of Learning-
Open Reading "Quiz"

-READ pages 661-670 and COMPLETE for next class

FRIDAY - 28 AUGUST 2015

WU-
Page 695 (6,7,8,9,10)

In Class-
DUE:
Unit 14 Vocabulary List 1 TEST
Unit 14 - Questions #4 and #5

DISCUSS
-Stanford Prison Experiment responses

Obedience

Cognitive Dissonance

Conformity- What if we are alone? How do we act with a partner? Factors of conformity?
(650-651)
Asch-Conformity videos 1 and 2

(654)
Milgram Experiment- When obeying instructions...how do we react in different situations? Defer blame/responsibility?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W147ybOdgpE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6GxIuljT3w

...depending on time...Psychology as Common Sense

Evidence of Learning-
-Methods of Persuasion*
*Use pages 646-647 and search engines to assist you.
(car salesmen, telemarketers, door to door solicitors, charities...)
handout:


WEDNESDAY - 26 AUGUST 2015

WU-
Page 695 (1,2,3,4,5)

In Class-
DUE
-COMPLETE Unit 14 Vocabulary List
-Stanford Prison Experiment responses

Methods of Persuasion
(car salesmen, telemarketers, door to door solicitors, charities...)
handout:


Obedience- What causes obedience? What are factors to ensure it?
pages 647-648

Cognitive Dissonance- How do we justify or resolve a behavior / issue that we don't agree with?
(pages 647-648)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=korGK0yGIDo

Conformity- What if we are alone? How do we act with a partner? Factors of conformity?
(650-651)
Asch-Conformity videos 1 and 2

(654)
Milgram Experiment- When obeying instructions...how do we react in different situations? Defer blame/responsibility?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W147ybOdgpE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6GxIuljT3w

Attribution handout activity


Group processes / group think

...depending on time...Psychology as Common Sense

Evidence of Learning-
Group processes / group think
READ pages 657-661
ANSWER #4 and #5 (in notebook)

*Unit 14 Vocabulary list 1 (first 23 terms) test will be FRIDAY 28 AUG 2015.

TUESDAY - 25 AUGUST 2015

WU-

p. 650 info.

1. Are the majority of students conformists or nonconformists? Why?

2. Is there pressure among students at your school to dress a certain way or like certain types of music? Why, why not?

3. Was there more pressure to conform in middle school as compared to high school? Why, why not?


In Class-
Unit 14 COMPLETE Vocabulary List DUE

Finish - Psychology as Common Sense...

pages 644-645
Obedience-

pages 647-648
Stanford Prison Experiment
http://www.prisonexp.org/psychology/1
IN YOUR NOTEBOOK - RESPOND TO EACH DISCUSSION QUESTION YOU ENCOUNTER

Evidence of Learning-
COMPLETE Stanford Prison Experiment discussion questions (from the above website)

*Unit 14 Vocabulary list 1 (FIRST 23 TERMS) test will be WEDNESDAY 26 AUG 2014.

social psychology, attribution theory, fundamental attribution theory, attitude, central route persuasion, foot-in-the-door phenomenon,
role, cognitive dissonance theory, conformity, normative social influence, social facilitation, social loafing, deindividuation, group polarization,
groupthink, culture, norm, personal space, prejudice, stereotype, discrimination

*You can also find them under the "Unit 14: Social Psychology" link / Flashcards 1 on the Myers book companion site:
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492

MONDAY - 29 SEPT 2014
4th HOUR / 7th HOUR
WU-
Page 48
Unit 2 Review
1-5

In Class-
Unit 2 Psych Sim 5 (Descriptive Statistics) DUE

Mini Presentations - It's go time!

What is...
The Scientific Attitude - read/define
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIrYBcz6WFU
http://randi.org/site/

Operational definitions

Evidence of Learning-
TYPED HARD COPY
Create an Ethics mission statement/paragraph/protocol:
(Use page 44 to assist you)

You have been hired as a psychologist for the new
"Berthoud Psychology Research Center"

You are to develop an ethics code for conducting your own experiments...
Describe policies that you would adhere to.
(Specific to what you would and you would not do, types of experiments, etc.)

What should/shouldn't be allowed?
What are some considerations you may need to make?
How does the use of deception affect the ethics of a study?

MONDAY - 24 AUGUST 2015

WU-
1. Why do you obey some rules and disobey other at school?
2. Have you ever been convinced by friends to do something you knew was wrong? To do something that you knew was right?
3. Do you consider yourself a conformist? Nonconformist? Why?

In Class-
Unit 14 - questions 1,2,3 DUE

Finish - Psychology as Common Sense...

Discuss/Review Friday's material/E of L

Attitudes- "How do we tend to explain others behavior (and our own)?"

pages 644-645
Obedience-


pages 647-648
Stanford Prison Experiment
http://www.prisonexp.org/psychology/1
IN YOUR NOTEBOOK - RESPOND TO EACH DISCUSSION QUESTION YOU ENCOUNTER


Evidence of Learning-
COMPLETE Unit 14 Vocabulary list

- in notebook (or quizlet.com) and DEFINED

*Unit 14 Vocabulary list 1 (FIRST 23 TERMS) test will be WEDNESDAY 26 AUG 2014.

social psychology, attribution theory, fundamental attribution theory, attitude, central route persuasion, foot-in-the-door phenomenon,
role, cognitive dissonance theory, conformity, normative social influence, social facilitation, social loafing, deindividuation, group polarization,
groupthink, culture, norm, personal space, prejudice, stereotype, discrimination

*You can also find them under the "Unit 14: Social Psychology" link / Flashcards 1 on the Myers book companion site:
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492

FRIDAY - 21 AUGUST 2015

EQ - Define psychology. Is it common sense? Explain.
WU-
Administrative things / syllabus / course outline

In Class-
Psychology as Common Sense
-handout/activity


Book discussion overview

Vocabulary List
(written or quizlet.com)
*vocab. test -

START studying for Unit 14 Vocabulary quiz (pages 643-664)
*You can also find them under the "Unit 14: Social Psychology" link / Flashcards 1 on the Myers book companion site:
http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/myersAP1e/#t_612492

Evidence of Learning-
Chapter 14: Social Psychology -
READ pages 643-650
ANSWER Unit questions 1,2,3 (in notebook - I will check in class)


AP Pacing Guide

Course Schedule:
Social Psychology (3 weeks) (VC)Social Influence (VC-1/2/3)Cooperation vs. Competition (VC-2.2)Obedience (VC-3.4)Conformity (VC-3.4)Group processes (VC-2)Social Cognition (VC-3)Attitudes (VC-3)Social Perception (VC-1.3)Interpersonal Attraction (VC-3.7) History/Careers/Theories (2 weeks) (1A) Relation to other Social Sciences (1A-6.1) Foundations of Psychology (1A-6.3) Historical Theories of Psychology (1A-1.1) Evolution of Psychology (1A-6.4) Fields within Psychology (1A-2)
Research and Statistics (2 weeks) (1A) Methods of research (Application/Advantages/Disadvantages) (1A-3) Conducting Experiments (1A) Descriptive and Inferential Statistics (1A-4.1/4.4) Reliability and Validity (1A-4.1) Ethical guidelines to conducting good research (1A-5)
Biological Bases of Behavior (3 weeks) (IIA) Division of the nervous system (IIA-2) Structure and communication of neurons (IIA-1) Endocrine system (IIA-5.1) Midbrain/Hindbrain/Forebrain (IIA-3.1) Plasticity (IIA-3.3) Functions of the brain (IIA-3.1) Sensation/Perception (3 weeks) (IIB) Structure of the eye (IIB-1.2) Theories of color vision (IIB-1.3) Structure of the ear (IIB-1.2) Olfaction and Gustation (IIB-1.2) Absolute and Difference thresholds (IIB-1.1) Gestalt Principles (IIB-2.1) Depth Perception (IIB-2.2) Visual Illusions (IIB-2.1) Bottom-Up vs. Top-Down processing (IIB-2.3) Attention (IIB-3)
Consciousness (1 week) (IVD) Stages of Sleep (IVA-2) Sleep disorders (IVA-3) Classification of drugs (IVA-4.2) Long and short-term effects of drugs (IVA-4.1)
Learning (1.5 weeks) (IVB) Classical Conditioning (IVB-1) Operant Conditioning (IVB-3) Cognitive learning (IVB-3.1) Observational Learning (IVA-4.1)
Memory (1.5 weeks) (IVB) Encoding/Storage/Retrieval (IVB-1) Recall vs. Recognition (IVB-3) Forgetting (IVB-3.1) Sensory/Short-Term and long-term memory (IVB-2) Retrieval cues (IVB-3) Interference (IVB-3.3)
2nd Semester Cognition (1.5 weeks) (IVC-2) Heuristics vs. Algorithms (IVC-2.1/2.3) Schemas (IVC-2.1) Problem-Solving (IVC-2.2) History of Intelligence testing (IVE-3.2) Good test construction (IVE-1.2) Theories of Intelligence (IVE-3.2) Advantages and disadvantages of I.Q. testing (IVE-4.2) Multiple Intelligences (IVE-3.2)
Development and Language (4 weeks) IIIA/IVC-3) Components of Language (IVC-3.1) Grammar and Syntax (IVC-3.2) Acquisition of Language (IVC-4.1) Prenatal development (IIIA-1.1) Piaget (IIIA-3.1) Kohlberg (IIIA-3.1) Erikson (IIIA-3.1) Gender Roles (IIIA-3.2) Attachment (IIIA-3.1) Adulthood and Aging (IIIA-2.1)
Motivation/Emotion (2.5 weeks) (IIC-1/IIC-6) Theories of Emotion (IIC-6.1) Hunger motivation (IIC-2) Maslow’s hierarchy (IIC-3) Achievement motivation (IIC-4.1) Cultural standards of emotion (IIC-4.1) Physical attributes of emotion (IIC-4.1)
Personality and Stress (3 weeks) (IIIB) Psychodynamic Theory (IIIB-2.2) Trait Theory (IIIB-3.2) Social-Cognitive Theory (IIIB-2.1) Humanistic theory (IIIB-2.1) Projective tests (IIIB-3.1) Physiological stressors (IID-2.1) Personality types (IID-1.1) Measuring stress (IID-1.1) Coping with stress (IID-4.1)
Disorders and Treatment (3 weeks) (VA) Identifying illness (VA-1.1/1.4) Anxiety Disorders (VA-3.1) Somatoform Disorders (VA-3.1) Mood Disorders (VA-3.1) Personality Disorders (VA-3.1) Dissociative Disorders (VA-3.1) Psychotic Disorders (VA-3.1) DSM-IV (VA1) Psychodynamic Therapy (VB-1) Behavioral Therapy (VB-1) Humanistic Theory (VB-1) Group Therapy (VB-1) Cognitive Therapy (VB-1) Biological Treatments (VB-1)

http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/21/world/container-ship-loses-containers/index.html?hpt=hp_c3

www.supremecourtus.gov/about/justicecaseload.pdf
"One in a Billion" - India - polio
http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/22/health/india-end-of-polio/index.html?hpt=hp_t3

http://www.artistdirect.com/video/they-might-be-giants-the-mesopotamians/36531
http://vimeo.com/53343769 - the alphabet of nations
http://vimeo.com/7597272 - figure eight
http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=6505 - james k. polk
http://vimeo.com/7597229 - seven days a week
http://vimeo.com/7725734 - the guitar
http://vimeo.com/6746927 - instanbul (not constantinople)

July :
3. In the cases of Kenna's music and the Aeron chair we see that first impressions can often lead us astray. What we initially judge as disapproval may just be a case of confusion or mistrust for something new and different. How can we distinguish a decision motivated by fear of the unknown from the ones that stem from genuine dislike towards something? Are we better off leaving it to the experts to tell us what we should like?
What if we have personal investment in the new product or person? Can we or how do we separate our emotional involvement from our intuitive judgment? Explain.
4. Priming refers to when subtle triggers influence our behavior without our awareness of such changes. An example of this occurs in Spain where authorities introduced classical music on the subway and after doing so, watched vandalism and littering drastically decrease. Can you think of situations when priming occurs? Should we introduce priming in schools to encourage better behavior or more diligent work patterns? What about the service industry? Could employers prime their staff to be more polite to customers? Explain.

August :
5. Autistic patients read their environment literally. They do not, like us, seem to watch people's eyes when they are talking to pick up on all those expressive nuances that Eckman has so carefully catalogued. What do you make of individuals who avoid eye contact during conversation? How do you think this affects their ability to understand or interpret the speaker? Could this explain how lying is often signaled by averted eye-contact? Explain using reason and detail.
6. Just as the National Symphony Orchestra members were shocked to find their newly employed horn player was a female, do you think that even as far as we've come with issue of race and gender equality, we still judge with our eyes and ears rather than our instinct? Are our interpretations of events, people, issues etc filtered through our internal ideologies and beliefs? Do you agree that perception is reality? And with this in mind, could improving our powers of rapid cognition ultimately change our reality? Explain your answer.


How soon is too soon? Theory
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/49075433/ns/technology_and_science-science/#.UnhO8XDFUhE

Turtle heads - fossils
http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1454&dat=19970404&id=IbtOAAAAIBAJ&sjid=fhUEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6648,1105457

Psych II


Ed. Ted - Zombie Behavior
http://ed.ted.com/lessons/diagnosing-a-zombie-brain-and-behavior-tim-verstynen-bradley-voytek
WATCH
ANSWER the "Dig Deeper" Questions



SPRING 2012
Ranweiler-Social Science-BHS-Rm 205
EMAIL ADDRESS:
curtis.ranweiler@thompsonschools.org

VOICEMAIL:
970.613.7729

COURSE OUTLINE:

COPY OF WARM UP TEMPLATE:

http://media.pearsoncmg.com/ph/hss/livepsych/start.htm
http://jmccrackenworld.com/PSYCHAPRIL.html
sparknotes, etc.
http://jmccrackenworld.com/PSYCHAPRIL.h
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/MCquizeshome.htm
http://www.appsychology.com/HowPass/MC%20quizes/Social%20Psychology/social_psychology.htm

"What's New in the World of Psychology"

4th Hour - Order of Research Article Presentations


(Be sure to get the hard copy of your research article to me at least a day before your presentation, so I can make copies for you)

Here is one of many places to look and find psychological research articles:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/news/mind_brain/

19 APRIL - Thursday - Hollie I. / Dani K.

23 APRIL - Monday - Brenna F. / Brok D.

25 APRIL - Wednesday - Katelyn J. / Rachel E.

27 APRIL - Friday - Brok D. / Miranda K.

1 MAY - Tuesday - Garitt G. / Rachel F.

11 MAY - Friday - Caleb H.

15 MAY - Tuesday - Angelo D. / Wyatt H.

http://www.printyourbrackets.com/images/fillable-march-madness.pdf
ap psych



TUESDAY - 7 MAY 2013

WU-
1. WITHOUT USING THE BOOK - What is your definition of abnormal psychology?
2. Why should we diagnose someone?
3. Do you think there are gender differences in diagnosis? Why or why not?

In Class-
COLLECT
U11 (1-15)
AND
PsychSim 5

U12 Pre-assessment and intro.

Return class work!!!

E of L-
U12 Outline


Diagnosis handout


FRIDAY - 3 MAY 2013

WU-
Pages 408-409 (1-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE
-influences on intelligence
-FRQ - page 559 (peer edit)

Return class work!!!

Peer Review - FRQ

Read pages 548-550
(Group Differences in Intelligence Test Scores)
Read pages 554-556
(The Question of Bias)

E of L-
Psych Sim 5: Get Smart


U11 (pages 558-559) 1-15

THURSDAY - 2 MAY 2013

WU-
Kiribati struggling with rising sea levels
-new culture
-loss of identity
-disbelief / disapproval?
http://www.npr.org/2011/02/17/133681251/preparing-for-sea-level-rise-islanders-leave-home

IN CLASS-
Pacific Islands Notes Test
http://assignments.discoveryeducation.com/?cdPasscode=Q977E-4169

Australia/New Zealand Political Map Test

Australia and New Zealand Space Race!

Australia/New Zealand - video overview
http://assignments.discoveryeducation.com/?cdPasscode=TC62E-4C28

Evidence of Learning-
-STUDY for Australia / New Zealand PHYSICAL map test


Joe Heller - Green Bay Press-Gazette - Assault Weapons - English - Assault Weapons, NRA, Congress, Chocolate, bunny, Donkey, Elephant, what, Easter candy, guns, control, ban, weapons, Newton
Joe Heller - Green Bay Press-Gazette - Assault Weapons - English - Assault Weapons, NRA, Congress, Chocolate, bunny, Donkey, Elephant, what, Easter candy, guns, control, ban, weapons, Newton


Larry Wright - CagleCartoons.com - COLORBasketball War - English - N Korea; basketball; US Air Force
Larry Wright - CagleCartoons.com - COLORBasketball War - English - N Korea; basketball; US Air Force


Adam Zyglis - The Buffalo News - Stuck in Winter COLOR - English - march madness, snow, winter, northeast, spring, weather, cold, seasons, march, april
Adam Zyglis - The Buffalo News - Stuck in Winter COLOR - English - march madness, snow, winter, northeast, spring, weather, cold, seasons, march, april


Steve Sack - The Minneapolis Star Tribune - Marriage Equality Poll COLOR - English - marriage equality, gay marriage, poll
Steve Sack - The Minneapolis Star Tribune - Marriage Equality Poll COLOR - English - marriage equality, gay marriage, poll


THURSDAY - 28 FEB 2013

WU-
ANSWER (1-5)
Page 324


In Class-
COLLECT HW - questions from pages 302-307 in Myers book

(handouts 7B-4 and 7B-5) and pages 306 info.
7B-4 with a partner / 7B-5 as an individual

Overconfidence
Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pI039MB-Blg

Fact or Fiction
handout:
-Use text to find if it is fact or fiction
-Write down the page #
-Use evidence in the text to support whether its fact or fiction

E of L-
Fact or Fiction
handout:
-Use text to find if it is fact or fiction
-Write down the page #
-Use evidence in the text to support whether its fact or fiction

ap psych

MONDAY - 4 MAR 2013

WU-
ANSWER (6-10)
Page 324

In Class-
COLLECT HW - Fact or False answers

Intuition
Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59js7dcie08
(part 1 of handout responses/notes)

Fears
pages 308-309
(part 2 of handout)

Framing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng9V2JneJ68
(notes and summary in paragraph form...5-7 sentences)

E of L-
READ pages 313-319
ANSWER the following:
1. Describe the structural components of language.
2. What are the milestones of language development?
3. Describe the differences in language development between Skinner and Chomsky.
4. List each of the critical periods of language development AND give some details of each period.

contemporary issues

THURSDAY- 28 FEB 2013

WU-
READ "Secret Recipes Give Restaurants a Not-So-Secret Boost"
ANSWER:
1. What is a secret recipe?
2. Describe how a restaurant may benefit from this approach.
3. Have you ever tried this before? Where would you look to find secret menus?
4. What are some restaurants that you would like to try and see what they may have on the secret menu?

IN CLASS-
cnnstudentnews.com
CREATE THREE quiz questions (with answers) from today's news!

Ist 1/2 of "Supersize Me"
handout

E OF L-
1st 1/2 of "Supersize Me"
handout

contemporary issues

MONDAY- 4 MAR 2013

WU-
In February "Upfront Magazine"
READ "Puerto Rico: The 51st State" page 21
ANSWER:
1. Do you think it should be the 51st state? Why?

IN CLASS-
cnnstudentnews.com
CREATE THREE quiz questions (with answers) from today's news!

2nd 1/2 of "Supersize Me"
handout

E OF L-
2nd 1/2 of "Supersize Me"
handout

THURSDAY- 17 MAY 2012

WU-
NO WU

IN CLASS-
What's New in the World of Psychology?

WORK TIME - FINAL PROJECT:


E OF L-
FINAL PROJECT DUE DAY OF FINALS -
(SENIORS - MONDAY, 21 MAY)
(UNDERCLASSMEN - WEDNESDAY, 23 MAY)

TUESDAY- 15 MAY 2012

WU-
NO WU

IN CLASS-
What's New in the World of Psychology?

WORK TIME - FINAL PROJECT:


E OF L-
FINAL PROJECT DUE DAY OF FINALS -
(SENIORS - MONDAY, 21 MAY)
(UNDERCLASSMEN - WEDNESDAY, 23 MAY)

FRIDAY- 11 MAY 2012

WU-
Practice quiz on the following:

IN CLASS-
What's New in the World of Psychology?

FINISH "Sybil" AND Response Packet

INTRODUCED FINAL PROJECT:


E OF L-
19-Sections 2-6 handout:


WEDNESDAY- 9 MAY 2012

WU-
READ "Shortage of Psychiatrists..."
ANSWER the following:
1. What appears to be the cause of the shortage?
2. Describe some of the effects of this shortage.
3. What do you think could be used as potential alternatives to using psychiatrists?

IN CLASS-
What's New in the World of Psychology?

FINISH "Sybil" AND Response Packet

E OF L-
19-1 terms/concepts:
1. What is psychotherapy?
2. Describe the methods/goals of psychotherapy.
3. STUDY the Professions Chart on p.438 (quiz on it)

MONDAY- 7 MAY 2012

WU-
READ page 412 - "Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity"
1. How is this defense defined?
2. Describe some reasons why some people may be against this kind of defense.
3. What kinds of laws have been enacted to deal with the insanity defense?
IN CLASS-
Collect/Discuss E of L

Movie "Sybil" with Response Packet

E OF L-

THURSDAY- 3 MAY 2012

WU-
READ pages 94-95 of "The True Story with Multiple Personalities"
ANSWER the following:
BEFORE READING
1. What is your perception of multiple personalities?
AFTER READING
2. After reading these two pages what is different?

IN CLASS-
Discuss E of L

Movie "Sybil" with Response Packet

E OF L-
READ Sybil handout "Unmasking Sybil"
ANSWER:
1. Who was Sybil (according to the article)?
2. Describe her background.
3. Is there anything within this background that could potentially have caused Sybil's condition?
4. In regards to Sybil's story...what is being called into question (and Dr. Wilbur's diagnosis)?

TUESDAY- 1 MAY 2012

WU-
Page 432 "Understanding Main Ideas" - 1,3,7
IN CLASS-
What's New in Psych Presentations

Chapter 18 Test

Post Test Work:
DSM Article and Responses



E OF L-
DSM Article and Responses




FRIDAY- 27 APRIL 2012

WU-
No Warmup

IN CLASS-
What's New in Psych Presentations

FINISH with partner sharing presentations of one of the Personality Disorders that you have been assigned

A to Z of Your Head video with response sheet

E of L-
Chapter 18 TEST - TUESDAY, 1 MAY

MONDAY- 23 APRIL 2012

WU-


IN CLASS-
What's New in the World of Psychology Presentations -
Brenna F. / Brok D.

Share PD Presentation with class

Lab Time - Work with partner to prepare presentationon one of the Personality Disorders that you have been assigned:
Name of PD
Examples of this PD
Psychological view of this PD
Biological view of this PD

Start "A to Z of Your Head" with video response sheet

E of L-

THURSDAY- 19 APRIL 2012

WU-
Page 418 - "Think About It" question

IN CLASS-
Lab Time - Work with partner to prepare presentationon one of the Personality Disorders that you have been assigned:
Name of PD
Examples of this PD
Psychological view of this PD
Biological view of this PD

E of L-
Finish Presentation to be shared next class

TUESDAY- 17 APRIL 2012

WU-
1. How do "abnormal" thoughts and behaviors differ from "normal" thoughts and behaviors?

2. Give some examples that would distinguish between the two.

3. Do most psychological disorders have biological or environmental causes?

IN CLASS-
AAR of Stress Management Plan

Chart of abnormal/normal thoughts/behaviors

What influences it...?

Psychological Disorders-
Identifying PD's
Symptoms of PD's

Group Work - Breaking down each type

E of L-
Prepare presentation with group
AND
Ch.18 "Recognizing Stereotypes in Writing" handout

FRIDAY- 13 APRIL 2012

WU-
Page 406 "Understanding Main Ideas" 1,4,5

IN CLASS-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DW41eGpbNQ
http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/story/2012-04-10/Tax-Day-deadly-car-accidents/54156226/1

Radiolab
"Stress"
http://www.radiolab.org/2007/apr/09/

Introduce "What's New in the World of Psychology?!"

Continue Stress Management Project

E of L-
Stress Management Project - DUE TUESDAY, 17 APR 2012

WEDNESDAY- 11 APRIL 2012

WU-
Page 407 (1,2,3,4)

IN CLASS-
Blood type diets / chart
http://www.dietpromises.com/blood-type-diet

Radiolab
"Stress"
http://www.radiolab.org/2007/apr/09/

Use the following handout to follow along with the Radiolab audiofile:


Introduce Stress Management Project

E of L-
Stress Management Project - DUE TUESDAY, 17 APR 2012

MONDAY- 9 APRIL 2012

WU-
READ page 400
ANSWER the "Think About It" question that follows.

IN CLASS-
Finish - The Alaskan Experiment - (episode 3)
Find stressors / examples / effects

More on stress with Radiolab:
http://www.radiolab.org/2007/apr/09/

Use the following handout to follow along with the Radiolab audiofile:


Physiological Effects of Stress



E of L-
Stress and Conflict - Resolving Problems handout (scenarios)

THURSDAY- 29 MAR 2012

WU-
Chapter 16 - Section 1 Review handout
IN CLASS-
Most Stressful Jobs (and least)

Physiological Effects of Stress

The Alaskan Experiment - (episode 3)
Find stressors / examples / effects

E of L-
How would you advice these individuals on how to cope with these stressors? Provide specific examples per Ch.17-Section 5

TUESDAY- 27 MAR 2012

WU-
1. Finish this sentence..."When I am stressed out, I..."
2. WITHOUT USING THE BOOK - Create your Webster Dictionary definition of stress-
IN CLASS-
Collected ACT Persuasive essay paragraph HW

Stress-
*Causes
Types of Stressors
Types of Stress
Sources of stress

Life Events Scales
http://www.mhs.com/product.aspx?gr=edu&prod=cles&id=resources
Stress Questionnaires

Stress Video / notes

E of L-
Read this article:

Respond to these questions:


FRIDAY- 23 MAR 2012

WU-
Page 361 (1,2,3,4)

IN CLASS-
Collected/Checked HW

Achievement vs. Aptitude test

Multiple-Choice quiz on types of psychological tests

Look at 15-4...Test taking advice?

Start persuasive essay
p. 360 "Writing about Psychology" #2

E of L-
persuasive essay
p. 360 "Writing about Psychology" #2
*3 Paragraph Format (intro., body, conclusion)
*Typed - 12 pt. font / double-spaced
*Minimum of 2 references used (and cited) to support your argument

WEDNESDAY- 21 MAR 2012

WU-
READ page 353
ANSWER the following questions:
1. What does this test measure?
2. How are the results typically used?
3. Do you feel it is a good way for matching people to suitable occupations? Why?

IN CLASS-
What are Psychological Tests?

Uses / Features of Psychological Tests

Wonderlic Tests
http://espn.go.com/page2/s/closer/020228test.html
http://www.nicholascreative.com/footballiq/index.php?reset=true

MMPI-2 Test
http://www.hypnoticmp3.com/articles/free-mmpi2-online.htm

Personality Tests
*Objective vs. Projective
*Examples/Samples of each

E of L-
Page 360 "Ch. 15 Review"
Critical Thinking Questions 1,2,3

MONDAY- 19 MAR 2012

WU-
READ Page 346 and
ANSWER the question that follows.

IN CLASS-
Discuss "Young Beyond Their Years"

Video - "Redshirting/Holding Your Kid Back for the Better" - 60 Minutes/CBS News
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18560_162-57387845/redshirting-holding-your-child-back-for-the-better/

CASPER
http://asm.sagepub.com/content/13/2/154.abstract

What is the purpose of Psychological Tests?

E of L-
15-1 (definition / examples of uses and features of psychological testing)
15-2 (achievement vs. aptitude tests -def. and examples / vocational interest inventories -def. and examples)

THURSDAY- 15 MAR 2012

WU-
List 3 traits that describe YOU.
IN CLASS-
CHAPTER 14 TEST

Post Test Activity-
READ Newsweek's "Young Beyond Their Years"

ANSWER the following questions:
1. Why are so many young people postponing marriage (adulthood)?
2. What could be a potential problem in our society if portions of the population are growing up this way? Explain.
3. Describe the advice you would give the Miller parents (in dealing with their children).
4. This article was written in 1990...Does it still hold true? How are things similar or different in 2012? Do you notice any other trends happening with young adults?

Video - "Redshirting/Holding Your Kid Back for the Better" - 60 Minutes/CBS News
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18560_162-57387845/redshirting-holding-your-child-back-for-the-better/

E of L-
Finish "Young Beyond Their Years" and respond to questions from the article.

FRIDAY- 9 MAR 2012

WU-
Page 341 (1,2,3,4)

IN CLASS-
"Resetting the Brain" -article and questions
1. What is the process involved with this treatment?
2. Do you feel this is a good or bad approach to changing personality? Explain.
3. Which types of individuals could possibly benefit from this type of treatment? Why?

Trait - Learning Approach questions...

What contributions to the Psychoanalytic Approach did the following make? (last part of 14-2)
-Carl Jung, Alfred Adler, Karen Horney, Erik Erikson

Humanistic discussion- together (14-4)
-Maslow
-Rogers
-1,2,3

Sociocultural - ppt (14-5)


Personality Test URLs
www.outofservice.com/bigfive/

www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp

http://psych.wfu.edu/woodlab/celebrity/celebritytest.pl
E of L-
Finish Personality Tests
1. Print just the results of EACH test
2. Write down a reflection on EACH test
-Do the results match your personality self-concept? Why?

CHAPTER 14 TEST - THURSDAY, 15 MAR
*Make note of terms/definitions, the evaluation of each personality approach (at the end of each section) and critical thinking questions at end of chapter
*Here's the 14-5 powerpoint

WEDNESDAY- 7 MAR 2012

WU-
READ Page 336, ANSWER 1,2

IN CLASS-
Review Trait Approach
review quiz questions


Read/Discuss -Psychoanalytic Approach (14-2)
-Freud, Stages, Defense Mechanisms, Other contributors

E of L-
PART 1
What contributions to the Psychoanalytic Approach did the following make? (last part of 14-2)
-Carl Jung, Alfred Adler, Karen Horney, Erik Erikson
PART 2
14-3 Review (1,2,3)

MONDAY- 5 MAR 2012

WU-
PAGE 332 , ANSWER 3 and 4

IN CLASS-
In Notebook
14-1
"Trait Approach" notes

IMC laptops
"What Makes Teens Tick" go to this web link:
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,994126,00.html
follow along with the packet.

E of L-
finish "What Makes Teens Tick" packet

THURSDAY- 1 MAR 2012

WU-
READ page 328 "Little Hans"
ANSWER:
1. Describe Little Hans situation/problems.
2. Freud based this on the "Oedipus complex" in boys and the "Electra complex" in girls. Explain these.
3. What have been reactions to Freud's theories?

IN CLASS-
In Notebook
14-1 Review - page 324 (1,2,3)

"Defining Defense Mechanisms" packet (2 pager)

E of L-
if not completed in class:
"Defining Defense Mechanisms" packet (2 pager)

TUESDAY- 28 FEB 2012

WU-
What are 3 examples of Latent Learning and 3 examples of Observational Learning?

IN CLASS-
Examples of Conditioning



Operant Conditioning
define/terms/applications

Cognitive Factors in Learning

Effects of Latent and Observational Learning

Chapter 6 Test

E of L-
No E of L

FRIDAY- 23 FEB 2012

WU-
PAGE 143 (Read and Respond to 1 and 2)

IN CLASS-
Classical Conditioning
-definition / terms
-examples
-applications
US, UR, CS, CR
taste aversion
extinction
spontaneous recovery
generalization and discrimination

Operant Conditioning
define/terms/applications

E of L-
Use pages 145-147 to assist you with the following:
"Cognitive Factors in Learning"
1. Describe the differences between Latent Learning and Observational Learning
2. Analyze 2 or 3 types of media (tv, movies, magazines, radio, internet, advertisements, etc.)
Focus on the values demonstrated in these media.
3. In terms of Observational Learning:
-What might you learn from observing various media?
-What are some pros and cons in the access young people have to the media?

WEDNESDAY- 22 FEB 2012

WU-
Page 134 "Little Albert"
1. Describe the background of the experiment.
2. What did Watson theorize from it? Was it ethical? Explain.
3. How do you think Little Albert would behave or act as an adult?

IN CLASS-
Owner's Manual

Habits and preferences of your daily life...

Introduce Ch. 6 Learning:
Classical Conditioning
-definition / terms
-examples
-applications

taste aversion
extinction
spontaneous recovery
generalization and discrimination

E of L-
Use pages 133-139 to assist you with the following:
1. Applications of Classical Conditioning
2. Define/Explain/Vocab. of Operant Conditioning

WEDNESDAY- 15 FEB 2012

WU-
Page 270 "Thinking Critically" #3 and #4
IN CLASS-
Computer lab time for Owner's Manual Project


E of L-
Continue working on manual (DUE WEDNESDAY, 22 FEB)


MONDAY- 13 FEB 2012

WU-
Page 271 (1,2,3,4)

IN CLASS-
Feral Children?

Thinking Critically page 270

Child/Adolescent Owner's Manual


E of L-
Continue working on manual (DUE WEDNESDAY, 22 FEB)



THURSDAY- 9 FEB 2012

WU-
READ Page 261 "Working Teens"
ANSWER the following:
1. What is the main idea of this reading?
2. Give some positive AND negative reasons for working as a teen.
3. What is your opinion on this issue? Why?
IN CLASS-
HW Check
Go over...

What does it mean to find one's identity?

Identity Status-
Read Gender/Ethnicity in ID Formation page 263

Discuss Challenges of Adolescence

Latest Teen Brain/Behavior Research (National Geographic Magazine article)
Feral Children?

E of L-
Create a poster paper of your identity. One the front draw 5 or more images, symbols, etc. that represent you. Attach a paper that has the definitions/connections of each one to you.

TUESDAY- 7 FEB 2012

WU-
READ Page 255 "Exploring Diversity: Rites of Passage"

IN CLASS-
Adolescent Growth Spurt
Discuss/Compare/Contrast

Puberty / Maturation Rates

Social Development - Jigsaw A,B,C,D

E of L-
USE 11-3 to assist you with the following questions:
1. According to Erik Erikson, what is the process involved with Identity Development?
2. What is the definition of Identity Crisis?
3. Which of Marcia's Adolescent Identity Status Categories do you identify with most at this moment? Why?
Which do you identify with the least?

WEDNESDAY- 1 FEB 2012

WU-
PAGE 249 (1,2,3,4)

IN CLASS-
HW and discussion

Review Piaget
Video that sums it all up:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpYQH_T2FWM&feature=related
Criticisms of Piaget

Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development
The Heinz Dilemma
http://faculty.plts.edu/gpence/html/kohlberg.htm

Intro - book p.246

videos (2)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL3ADOS6XsY&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39BnhFFMpHw&feature=related

Kohlberg handout - applying what you know

E of L-
Ch.11-1
1. What is the adolescent growth spurt? Describe the growth rate.
2. Describe the differences in male/female maturation rates.

MONDAY- 30 JAN 2012

WU-
READ self-esteem handout
ANSWER the questions that follow.


IN CLASS-
Ch.10 mini quiz

areas of attachment

Theories of Development
Piaget
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue8y-JVhjS0&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLj0IZFLKvg&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gA04ew6Oi9M&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjJdcXA1KH8&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcjPkPIwsog&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpYQH_T2FWM&feature=related

Putting it all together (thus far)



Kohlberg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xL3ADOS6XsY&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39BnhFFMpHw&feature=related
E of L-
"Ch.10 Thinking Critically" Handout



THURSDAY- 26 JAN 2012

WU-
Study the growth chart 10.1 on page 231:
1. Is it accurate?
2. Any comments or questions about it?
3. How does it compare to your continuum or experiences?
4. Which of the symbols/graphic examples best describe your interpretation of development? Why?

IN CLASS-
Physical Development group notes
Attachment - break out groups
E of L-
10-4 Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development
-In notebook, name and describe what he believes to be happening at each.

*THERE WILL BE A MINI QUIZ MONDAY, 30 JAN ON 10-2 HW, THURSDAY CLASS NOTES (not attachment) and PIAGET STAGES of COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT

TUESDAY- 24 JAN 2012

WU-
READ "Does Brain Size Matter?" handout

ANSWER the questions that follow:
1. What may now play more of a part in dictating or measuring intelligence?
2. Describe how Paul Manger caused an uproar over dolphin intelligence.
3. How may this change the way mental capacities are studied in the future?

IN CLASS-
Finish the "Battle of the Brains" video shorts

EQ that follows the video:
What are the components of intelligence?

Introduce Ch. 10 Development

E of L-
Use 10-1 and 10-2 to assist you with the following:
1. Define developmental psychology / maturation / critical period / reflex / infancy / childhood
2. Describe the roles of nature vs. nurture
3. Stages vs. Continuity

FRIDAY- 20 JAN 2012

WU-
Chapter 9, Section 3 Review questions 1,2,3

IN CLASS-
Chapter 9 Test

IQ Test

Battle of Brains:
1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYexLjWY5KE
2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TUkhwV7IQc&feature=related
3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPH7JwhsfEo&feature=related
4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj40CIFFotE&feature=related
5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiCQVc-bjhw&feature=related
6
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORh_DPlygY0&feature=related

E of L-


WEDNESDAY- 18 JAN 2012

WU-
Chapter 9, Section 3 Review questions 1,2,3

IN CLASS-
Chapter 9 Test

IQ Test

E of L-
No E of L

FRIDAY- 13 JAN 2012

WU-
Page 223, Chapter 9 Review questions (1,2,3,4)

IN CLASS-
Reviewed terms:
validity, reliability, creativity, giftedness

Reflected on the Multiple Intelligences survey we took

Completed part 3 of the Ch. 9 handout (see attachment below)
E of L-
Finish Yellow Ch. 9 Handout (this handout and a copy of your multiple intelligences survey will be collected next class.
Study for Ch. 9 quiz - it is Wednesday, Jan. 18

WED- 11 JAN 2012

WU-
READ page 209 and RESPOND to the questions that follow
IN CLASS-
Compared achievement vs. intelligence

Defined Emotional Intelligence

Looked at different types of testing
http://www.ldrc.ca/projects/miinventory/miinventory.php

http://www.learningdoorway.com/multiple-intelligences.html

http://www.businessballs.com/howardgardnermultipleintelligences.htm
Completed PAGE ONE of this handout in class

E of L-
http://www.ldrc.ca/projects/miinventory/miinventory.php
Complete the multiple intelligences survey via the above link, print out the results.
Complete PAGE ONE of the handout.

MON - 9 JAN 2012

WU-
NO WU

IN CLASS-
Handed out and discussed syllabus/course outline
Worked in groups looking at what intelligence is / how it is defined

E of L-
Use Ch.9, Section 1 to help you with the following:
1. Define intelligence AND achievement
2. Define Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
3. #3 on page 210



http://www.ldrc.ca/projects/miinventory/miinventory.php

http://www.learningdoorway.com/multiple-intelligences.html

http://www.businessballs.com/howardgardnermultipleintelligences.htm





http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/girls-mysteriously-developed-tourette-like-symptoms-suffering-mass-hysteria-doctor-article-1.1008300


Feral Children
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feral_child

http://dreamhawk.com/inner-life/animal-children/

http://listverse.com/2008/03/07/10-modern-cases-of-feral-children/

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/the_bonus/02/07/corey.robinson/index.html?eref=sihp&sct=hp_bf3_a5

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18560_162-57387845/redshirting-holding-your-child-back-for-the-better/

http://www.dietpromises.com/blood-type-diet

Stress - taxes - driving - fatalities
http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html





"What's New in the World of Psychology"

1st Hour - Order of Research Article Presentations


(Be sure to get the hard copy of your research article to me at least a day before your presentation, so I can make copies for you)

MONDAY, APRIL 11 - Johnathan H.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13 - Meghan H.

FRIDAY, APRIL 15 - LeeAnn C. / Cameron B.

TUESDAY, APRIL 19 - Jessica M. / Tommy D.

THURSDAY, APRIL 21 - Delany H. / Jean P.

MONDAY, APRIL 25 - Kathleen U.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27 - Kyle H.

FRIDAY, APRIL 29 - Allen C.

TUESDAY, 3 MAY - Holly L.

THURSDAY, 5 MAY - Caitlin G.

MONDAY, 9 MAY - Kara L.

WEDNESDAY, 11 MAY - Diana M.

FRIDAY, 13 MAY - Emily R.



"What's New in the World of Psychology"

4th Hour - Order of Research Article Presentations


:Be sure to get the hard copy of your research article to me at least a day before your presentation, so I can make copies for you)

MONDAY, APRIL 11 - Michelle A. / Julia L. / Amy L.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13 - Sarah B.

FRIDAY, APRIL 15 - Sydney G. / Emiley D.

TUESDAY, APRIL 19 - Scott D. / Taylor F.

THURSDAY, APRIL 21 - Kaylee C. / Calvin L.

MONDAY, APRIL 25 - Mollie B.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27 - Mackenzie B.

FRIDAY, APRIL 29 -

TUESDAY, 3 MAY - Corey P. / Brad D.

THURSDAY, 5 MAY - Kyle R.

MONDAY, 9 MAY - Noah D.

WEDNESDAY, 11 MAY - Taylor D.

FRIDAY, 13 MAY - Cody H.

http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2061014,00.html


http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/more/05/10/dean.karnazes.run.across.america.ap/index.html?sct=hp_t2_a15&eref=sihp

of the section review (page 233)

aves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....for defense mechanisms.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8

E of L-
Identify and Define the following Perspectives on Personality:
-Psychoanalytic
-Humanistic
-Trait
-Socio-cultural

Take the following personality test. Print off your results.

http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp

http://www.keirsey.com/sorter/register.aspx
1. Do you find the results accurate or agreeable? Why?
2. Name or describe any surprises in your results.
3. What is the benefit of this type of test? How could it be used?

*This link will tell you where you should live based on your results...
http://thoughtcatalog.com/heidi-priebe/2015/02/heres-where-you-should-live-based-on-your-myers-briggs-personality-type/
*The character you are most like according to the Myers Briggs Test...
http://christinareadsya.blogspot.com/2013/12/mbti-characters-fiction-katniss-tris-bella.html


Pages 504-505
Unit 10 Questions 1-15
AND
Unit 10 FRQ
WED - 20 MAY 2015 / THURS - 21 MAY 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-

How do we treat psychological disorders?

WU-
Unit 13 Vocabulary Study Time


In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 13 questions #11 and #12

Unit 13 Vocabulary Test


Conversion Disorder: Band of Brothers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2NbEV8cFzs&feature=youtu.be

Conversion disorder: Talladega Nights – Wheelchair Scene (language)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NV40bc6yA7c
Simulation of hallucinations
http://www.mentalwellness.ca/video-mindstorm

TREATMENT
"Name That Disorder"

Interactive sites to assist you (along with your textbook):
http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/psychology/faces/#

online DSM

http://www.behavenet.com/capsules/disorders/dsm4TRclassification.htm






Unit 13 Psych Sim 5: Computer Therapist

E of L-

Unit 13 Psych Sim 5: Computer Therapist

***AP Psych TEST - STUDY CENTER (click on me!)


TUESDAY - 19 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
Unit 13 Fact or Falsehood

In Class-
E of L DUE-

TREATMENT
"Name That Disorder"





Interactive site to assist you (along with your textbook)
http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/psychology/faces/#


E of L-

Unit 13 - ANSWER questions #11 and #12

MONDAY - 18 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
Page 558-559 Unit 11 (1-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 12 Fact or Falsehood (w/ page# proofs)
and
Unit 12 End-of-Unit (1-15)

Introduction - Unit 13

TREATMENT
"Name That Disorder"





Interactive site to assist you (along with your textbook)
http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/psychology/faces/#




E of L-
Summary of Treatment Types/Therapies
(pages 605-618)


Unit 13 Vocabulary List

FRIDAY - 15 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
Page 521 Unit 10 (1-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 12 - Mystery Client

Answers
"Name That Disorder"





Interactive site to assist you (along with your textbook)
http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/psychology/faces/#


OCD and Rituals
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wppLfvoPVk&feature=bf_next&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6X


Bipolar Disorder (mania)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHFPK4nLZko&feature=BFa&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg

Gerald the Schizophrenic
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGnl8dqEoPQ

Overcoming Schizophrenia & the real John Nash (A Beautiful Mind)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UOOkS6vJ1s&feature=bf_next&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg

Brain Games
My Strange Addiction


E of L-
COMPLETE
Unit 12 Fact or Falsehood (w/ page# proofs)

and

Unit 12 End-of-Unit (1-15)

WED - 13 MAY 2015 / THURS - 14 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-

READ 'Web Fertile Ground for Hypochondriacs"

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/tech/2002/06/24/cyberchondria.htm

ANSWER:

1. How has the web made this such a problem?

2. Describe the evidence that supports this.

3. What would you propose as a solution to this potential problem?



http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=92292756



In Class-
E of L DUE-
"Name That Disorder"



Unit 12 Vocabulary Test

Go Over - "Defining Psychological Disorders"

12-10 Handout
"Measuring Fear"


Interactive site to assist you (along with your textbook)

http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/psychology/faces/#



Virtual Reality Therapy for treating Panic Disorder

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQgKEp_NhHk



Phobias list

http://www.phobialist.com/



OCD and Rituals

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wppLfvoPVk&feature=bf_next&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg



Dissassociative Fugue MSNBC clip

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15373503/ns/us_news-life/t/man-amnesia-reunited-family-friends/



Bipolar Disorder (mania)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHFPK4nLZko&feature=BFa&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg



Gerald the Schizophrenic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGnl8dqEoPQ



Overcoming Schizophrenia & the real John Nash (A Beautiful Mind)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UOOkS6vJ1s&feature=bf_next&list=UU3vmOr8rVhzZKYwhS_Nl6Xg

Unit 12 Psych Sim 5: Mystery Client



Go Over "Name That Disorder"

E of L-
COMPLETE
Unit 12 Psych Sim 5: Mystery Client





Vocabulary Test on YOUR BLOCK DAY

TUESDAY - 12 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
Unit 9 (1-15) Pages 476-477

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Annotate within each person's background evidence that supports your answer for each.



Research Disorders

"Name that Disorder"


E of L-
"Name that Disorder"


Vocabulary Test on YOUR BLOCK DAY

MONDAY - 11 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
Unit 8B (1-15) Pages 408-409

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 12 Vocabulary list

Finish "A to Z of Your Head"...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtSnk4iiKPg

Research Disorders

E of L-
Look again at this intro. to psychological disorders...
Annotate within each person's background evidence that supports your answer for each.



Vocabulary Test on YOUR BLOCK DAY

FRIDAY - 8 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
READ p.563
"ADHD-Normal High Energy or Genuine Disorder"
ANSWER
1. How do supporters on both sides of the ADHD debate defend their positions?

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Side 2 of Abnormal Psychology handout:



Can you tell when a laugh is for real?
http://www.npr.org/2014/05/08/310794138/how-to-tell-when-a-laugh-is-real-the-answer-is-in-a-breath

PASS BACK WORK!!!

? Start "A to Z of Your Head"...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtSnk4iiKPg

E of L-
Unit 12 Vocabulary List

Does this person have a disorder? - handout



WED - 6 MAY 2015 / THURS - 7 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
How do we define psychological disorders?

WU-
WITHOUT USING THE BOOK -
1. What is your definition of psychological disorders?
2. Why should we diagnose someone?
3. Do you think there are gender differences in diagnosis? Why or why not?

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 11 (End of Unit / 1-15) AND FRQ

Unit 11 FRQ Rubric

Can you tell when a laugh is for real?
http://www.npr.org/2014/05/08/310794138/how-to-tell-when-a-laugh-is-real-the-answer-is-in-a-breath

PASS BACK WORK!!!

DSM - background
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfOfy3jXuCo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oif3xDjlV5I

? Start "A to Z of Your Head"...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtSnk4iiKPg

E of L-
Unit 12 - Abnormal Psychology
COMPLETE the following:


TUESDAY - 5 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
Are there different types of intelligence?

WU-
Page 365 (Unit 8A):
ANSWER 9-15

In Class-
E of L DUE-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
Question of Bias-(pages 554-556)
1. Describe and explain the two meanings of bias.
2. Give evidence of how test-takers' expectations play a part in intelligence testing.

Unit 11
1-15
and
FRQ



Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence

E of L-
Unit 11
1-15
and
FRQ


MONDAY - 4 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
Are there different types of intelligence?

WU-
Pages 364-365 (Unit 8A):
ANSWER 1-8

In Class-
E of L DUE-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
SEE Friday 1 May 2015 E of L

REVIEW:

Spearman-general intelligence

Thurstone-7 clusters of mental abilities (word fluency, verbal comprehension, spatial ability...)

Gardner vs. Sternberg (sims/diffs)

Gardner
-not an intelligence, but multiple intelligences (8 total, p.526)

Sternberg
-agrees with Gardner, but has a uses triarchic theory (3 total, p.527)
*comparison chart - p.528*

Question of Bias-(pages 554-556)
1. Describe and explain the two meanings of bias.
2. Give evidence of how test-takers' expectations play a part in intelligence testing.

Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence

E of L-

For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):

Question of Bias-(pages 554-556)
1. Describe and explain the two meanings of bias.
2. Give evidence of how test-takers' expectations play a part in intelligence testing.

FRIDAY - 1 MAY 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
Are there different types of intelligence?

WU-
1. What purpose(s) do intelligence test serve in our society?
2. Do you think they hinder or help? Explain.

In Class-
E of L DUE-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
Unit 11 Psych Sim 5: Get Smart

Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence

E of L-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
A. Name / Define the FOUR components of emotional intelligence
B. Who are the following individuals AND Describe their contributions to the study of intelligence:
-Howard Gardner
-Robert Sternberg
C. Lows and Highs of Intelligence
1. What types of individuals or characteristics fall under the low extreme?
2. What are some of the effects of this on society?
3. How might someone be classified as highly intelligent?
4. Provide examples of 3 or more individuals who fall under this classification.
D. Complete the following survey on multiple intelligences to see where you are at:
http://www.literacynet.org/mi/assessment/findyourstrengths.html
1. What were your results? What does that result mean?
2. Is it accurate? Explain.

WED - 29 APR 2015 / THURS 30 APR 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
Are there different types of intelligence?

WU-
The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) is an organization
of professionals dedicated to the study of intellectual disability.
It was founded in 1876, but has been responsible for defining intellectual disability since 1921.

Go to the AAIDD's website to see their current definition for intellectual disability:
www.aamr.org
ANSWER:
1. Does this definition fit into your schema for mental retardation? Why?
2. How does this definition change your perspective of people considered mentally retarded?
3. How are the intellectual and adaptive components of the definition different?

In Class-
E of L DUE-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
A. Standardization / Validity / Reliability - pages 536-538 - define/notes
Flynn Effect p. 537 - read/define/provide an example
B. Read pages 544-548 -notes/identifying
(Genetic and Environmental influences on intelligences)
C. Read pages 548-550 -notes/differences
(Group Differences in Intelligence Test Scores)

Collect and Quick Check
-Principles of Test Construction
-Flynn Effect
-Predictive validity vs. Content validity

The APGAR (first standardized test?)

Unit 11 Psych Sim 5: Get Smart

Battle of the Brains - BBC - Intelligence

E of L-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
Unit 11 Psych Sim 5: Get Smart


MONDAY - 27 APR 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
What is intelligence? How is it measured?

WU-
1917 - U.S. Army Intelligence Test

-Take the test
-What are reactions to the questions it asked you?
-Describe some problems with this test.

In Class-
E of L DUE-
Unit 11 - Intelligence Guided Reading Activity


For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
A. Standardization / Validity / Reliability - pages 536-538 - define/notes
Flynn Effect p. 537 - read/define/provide an example

B. Read pages 544-548 -notes/identifying
(Genetic and Environmental influences on intelligences)

C. Read pages 548-550 -notes/differences
(Group Differences in Intelligence Test Scores)

E of L-
For Individuals NOT TAKING AP PSYCH TEST (OR ABSENT):
A. Standardization / Validity / Reliability - pages 536-538 - define/notes
Flynn Effect p. 537 - read/define/provide an example

B. Read pages 544-548 -notes/identifying
(Genetic and Environmental influences on intelligences)

C. Read pages 548-550 -notes/differences
(Group Differences in Intelligence Test Scores)

FRIDAY - 24 APR 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
Why is nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
NO Warmup - Please COLLECT this week's warmups from the students

In Class-
Unit 11 - Intelligence Guided Reading Activity


E of L-
Unit 11 - Intelligence Guided Reading Activity


THURSDAY - 23 APR 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
Why is nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
The Geography of personality
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122211987961064719.html
1. Based on the results of the article, Name ONE state from EACH of the Big Five categories
(Extroversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, Openness)
2. How many questionnaires were used in the study?
3. What are some of the limits to this study?
4. Describe some of the downsides of doing such a study.
5. Were there any surprises from the data gathered?
6. Give some benefits or uses of this study.

In Class-
E of L-
Identify and Define the following Perspectives on Personality:
-Psychoanalytic
-Humanistic
-Trait
-Socio-cognitive

Take the following personality test. Print off your results. w/ responses

Pages 504-505
End of Unit 10 Questions 1-15
Unit 10 FRQ

Unit 10 Fact or Falsehood

What is intelligence? Definition?
How do we/should we measure it?

E of L-
ANSWER Unit 11 Questions 1,2

TUES - 21 APR 2015 / WED - 22 APR 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
Why is nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
READ Page 508 "Close-up: Positive Psychology"
ANSWER:
1. During its first century, what has psychology primarily focused on?
2. Define "positive psychology"-
3. How has this focus shifted or changed under positive psychology?
4. What is positive psychology all about?
5. Identify and explain the 3 pillars.
6. How will this type of approach impact the field in the future?

In Class-
E of L-
Psych Sim 5: Helplessly Hoping (side 1)
Locus of Control activity (side 2)


Unit 10 Fact or Falsehood

Exploring Self (511-512)
and
Research Methods Used to Investigate Personality

"Frasier's Edge"
season 8, Episode 8:
The nominations for the SeaBee's have been announced - including one for Gil Chesterton as Restaurant Critic Of The Year - but 'The Dr Frasier Crane Show' doesn't get any. However, Frasier is astonished to learn that he has been chosen to receive this years Lifetime Achievement Award, and among the congratulations he receives is a basket of flowers from his Harvard psychology professor/mentor, Professor Tewkesbury. Frasier has been meaning to see him for some time after reading in the alumni magazine he is working in Seattle at Washington University. He is somewhat puzzled by the card that comes with the flowers: 'You should be very proud' is one of the lines, and leaves Frasier wondering why he didn't write "I'm very proud of you". Frasier goes down to see Professor Tewkesbury just before the awards ceremony, who reveals that Frasier has been overanalyzing the card because his assistant wrote it. Frasier leaves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....for defense mechanisms.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8

E of L-
Identify and Define the following Perspectives on Personality:
-Psychoanalytic
-Humanistic
-Trait
-Socio-cultural

Take the following personality test. Print off your results.

http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp

http://www.keirsey.com/sorter/register.aspx
1. Do you find the results accurate or agreeable? Why?
2. Name or describe any surprises in your results.
3. What is the benefit of this type of test? How could it be used?

*This link will tell you where you should live based on your results...
http://thoughtcatalog.com/heidi-priebe/2015/02/heres-where-you-should-live-based-on-your-myers-briggs-personality-type/
*The character you are most like according to the Myers Briggs Test...
http://christinareadsya.blogspot.com/2013/12/mbti-characters-fiction-katniss-tris-bella.html


Pages 504-505
Unit 10 Questions 1-15
AND
Unit 10 FRQ

FRI - 17 APR 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-
Why is nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Now - Proof it!
Unit 10 Fact or Falsehood

In Class-
E of L
"What's Wrong With This Picture?" DUE

Handout 10-3 - Issues in Personality
Handout 10-2 - A Personal Personality Theory

Rorschach inkblot / TAT-Projective Tests.ppt


"Frasier's Edge"
season 8, Episode 8:
The nominations for the SeaBee's have been announced - including one for Gil Chesterton as Restaurant Critic Of The Year - but 'The Dr Frasier Crane Show' doesn't get any. However, Frasier is astonished to learn that he has been chosen to receive this years Lifetime Achievement Award, and among the congratulations he receives is a basket of flowers from his Harvard psychology professor/mentor, Professor Tewkesbury. Frasier has been meaning to see him for some time after reading in the alumni magazine he is working in Seattle at Washington University. He is somewhat puzzled by the card that comes with the flowers: 'You should be very proud' is one of the lines, and leaves Frasier wondering why he didn't write "I'm very proud of you". Frasier goes down to see Professor Tewkesbury just before the awards ceremony, who reveals that Frasier has been overanalyzing the card because his assistant wrote it. Frasier leaves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....for defense mechanisms.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8

E of L-
Psych Sim 5: Helplessly Hoping (side 1)
Locus of Control activity (side 2)

WED - 15 APR 2015 / THURS - 16 APR 2015
3rd HOUR / 2nd HOUR

EQ-
Why is nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Go with your gut!
Unit 10 Fact or Falsehood

In Class-
E of L
UNIT 9 Development Project DUE

Unit 10 Vocabulary Test 2

(3rd Hour) - Defense Mechanisms Activity
(Use pages 483-484)


Handout 10-2 - A Personal Personality Theory

"What's Wrong With This Picture?"
Reading/Responses



Rorschach inkblot / TAT-Projective Tests.ppt


"Frasier's Edge"
season 8, Episode 8:
The nominations for the SeaBee's have been announced - including one for Gil Chesterton as Restaurant Critic Of The Year - but 'The Dr Frasier Crane Show' doesn't get any. However, Frasier is astonished to learn that he has been chosen to receive this years Lifetime Achievement Award, and among the congratulations he receives is a basket of flowers from his Harvard psychology professor/mentor, Professor Tewkesbury. Frasier has been meaning to see him for some time after reading in the alumni magazine he is working in Seattle at Washington University. He is somewhat puzzled by the card that comes with the flowers: 'You should be very proud' is one of the lines, and leaves Frasier wondering why he didn't write "I'm very proud of you". Frasier goes down to see Professor Tewkesbury just before the awards ceremony, who reveals that Frasier has been overanalyzing the card because his assistant wrote it. Frasier leaves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....for defense mechanisms.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8

E of L-
(3rd HOUR ONLY for this part)
Defense Mechanisms - Activity
(Use pages 483-484)



"What's Wrong With This Picture?"
Reading/Responses





TUESDAY - 14 APR 2015


2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

EQ-

Why is nature and nurture important to the development of personality?



WU-

Pages 324-325

Unit 7B End of Unit

Questions (9-15)



In Class-

E of L check

1. What do the following terms mean to you...(USE PAGES 480-485 to assist you)

Fixated / repressed / regressed / anal-retentive / Oedipus complex / rationalize

2. In your own words...Explain the background of the Psychoanalytic Perspective.

3. NAME 4 contributors to this perspective AND DESCRIBE their contributions to the this area of personality




UNIT 10 Vocabulary Test 2 (LAST 24 terms) - ON YOUR NEXT BLOCK DAY


Continue...

Unit 10 Personality



"Frasier's Edge"

season 8, Episode 8:

The nominations for the SeaBee's have been announced - including one for Gil Chesterton as Restaurant Critic Of The Year - but 'The Dr Frasier Crane Show' doesn't get any. However, Frasier is astonished to learn that he has been chosen to receive this years Lifetime Achievement Award, and among the congratulations he receives is a basket of flowers from his Harvard psychology professor/mentor, Professor Tewkesbury. Frasier has been meaning to see him for some time after reading in the alumni magazine he is working in Seattle at Washington University. He is somewhat puzzled by the card that comes with the flowers: 'You should be very proud' is one of the lines, and leaves Frasier wondering why he didn't write "I'm very proud of you". Frasier goes down to see Professor Tewkesbury just before the awards ceremony, who reveals that Frasier has been overanalyzing the card because his assistant wrote it. Frasier leaves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....for defense mechanisms.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8


Defense Mechanisms - Activity
(Use pages 483-484)


Project check in!



E of L-

(THIS PART IS JUST FOR 2nd HOUR ONLY)

Defense Mechanisms - Activity
(Use pages 483-484)




Unit 10 Vocabulary Test on LAST 24 Terms - ON YOUR NEXT BLOCK DAY



*Unit 9 Development Project (DUE @ beginning of class period:

3rd Hour-WEDNESDAY, 15 APRIL OR 2nd Hour-THURSDAY, 16 APRIL)




MONDAY - 13 APR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR
EQ-
Why is nature and nurture important to the development of personality?

WU-
Pages 324-325
Unit 7B End of Unit
Questions (1-8)

In Class-
E of L check in...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amsqeYOk--w

UNIT 10 Vocabulary Test 2 (LAST 24 terms) - ON YOUR NEXT BLOCK DAY

Unit 10 Personality Intro.

Id/Ego/Super Ego - define/example
Krunk video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnMGCUH-lLY

"Frasier's Edge"
season 8, Episode 8:
The nominations for the SeaBee's have been announced - including one for Gil Chesterton as Restaurant Critic Of The Year - but 'The Dr Frasier Crane Show' doesn't get any. However, Frasier is astonished to learn that he has been chosen to receive this years Lifetime Achievement Award, and among the congratulations he receives is a basket of flowers from his Harvard psychology professor/mentor, Professor Tewkesbury. Frasier has been meaning to see him for some time after reading in the alumni magazine he is working in Seattle at Washington University. He is somewhat puzzled by the card that comes with the flowers: 'You should be very proud' is one of the lines, and leaves Frasier wondering why he didn't write "I'm very proud of you". Frasier goes down to see Professor Tewkesbury just before the awards ceremony, who reveals that Frasier has been overanalyzing the card because his assistant wrote it. Frasier leaves happy, but the Professor finds him outside his office suffering from what appears to be a mid-life crisis - for which the Professor suggests an unusual course of action: Frasier has to analyze and treat himself.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsvWc75Bo8
for defense mechanisms

Project check in!

E of L-

1. What do the following terms mean to you...(USE PAGES 480-485 to assist you)
Fixated / repressed / regressed / anal-retentive / Oedipus complex / rationalize
2. In your own words...Explain the background of the Psychoanalytic Perspective.
3. NAME 4 contributors to this perspective AND DESCRIBE their contributions to the this area of personality

Unit 10 Vocabulary Test on FIRST 22 Terms - ON YOUR NEXT BLOCK DAY

*Unit 9 Development Project (DUE @ beginning of class period:
3rd Hour-WEDNESDAY, 15 APRIL OR 2nd Hour-THURSDAY, 16 APRIL)


FRIDAY - 3 APR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Who are going to interview?
When are you going to do it?
What's your game plan?
Describe the types of activities or tests you would like to conduct...

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 10 Vocabulary Test (1st 24 terms)
Unit 9 Intro. (411)

-Developmental psychology
-habituation
*Unit 9 Development Task

video...
[[#|Marshmallow]] Test

https://www.youtube.com/user/Prudential?v=sT7fbayfNBU
Object Permanance: Family Guy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmggsuJvxuI

Mary Ainsworth Strange Situation
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTsewNrHUHU

Babbling Baby
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDocL7AfIRo

E of L-
*Unit 9 Development Project (DUE 3rd Hour-WEDNESDAY, 15 APRIL OR 2nd Hour-THURSDAY, 16 APRIL)


WED - 1 APR 2015 / THURS - 2 APR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Pages 297
Unit 7A End of Unit
Questions (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 9 and Unit 10 Vocabulary Lists

Anger?!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-3jSTs2Zsw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOo9KPsZgNk

FINISH
Science of Fear - BBC Documentary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0z0ZrgQLms


1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.

Unit 9 Intro. (411)
-Developmental psychology
-habituation
*Unit 9 Development Task

video...
Marshmallow Test
https://www.youtube.com/user/Prudential?v=sT7fbayfNBU

Object Permanance: Family Guy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmggsuJvxuI

Mary Ainsworth Strange Situation
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTsewNrHUHU

Babbling Baby
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDocL7AfIRo

E of L-
Unit 9 AND Unit 10 Vocabulary lists

Unit 10 Vocabulary Test on FIRST 24 Terms (Personality to Rorschach inkblot test) - FRIDAY

*Unit 9 Development Project (DUE 3rd Hour-WEDNESDAY, 15 APRIL OR 2nd Hour-THURSDAY, 16 APRIL)


TUESDAY - 31 MAR 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Pages 296-297
Unit 7A End of Unit
Questions (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Pages 391-405 Questions DUE

FINISH
Science of Fear - BBC Documentary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0z0ZrgQLms


1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.

E of L-
Unit 9 Vocabulary List
AND
Unit 10 Vocabulary List

MONDAY - 30 MAR 2015
2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Anger...
Type D Personality?

In Class-

E of L DUE -

Emotional IQ / PTSD article
Unit 8B - Fact or Falsehood
Google Classroom...past due
Science of Fear - BBC Documentary

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0z0ZrgQLms


1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.

E of L-
READ pages 391-405
ANSWER:
1. Explain the two psychological phenomena: adaptation and comparison (from wealth and well-being).
2. What is stress?
3. What specific health problems are positively correlated with prolonged stress?
4. What specific hormones are related to stress?
5. Describe some other health factors and habits that complicate stress-related health problems.
6. How can people reduce stress naturally?

FRIDAY - 27 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Stressed Out?
Susceptibility to Stress

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Emotional IQ / PTSD article
Unit 8B - Fact or Falsehood
Google Classroom...past due

Science of Fear - BBC Documentary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0z0ZrgQLms


1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.

E of L-
READ pages 391-405
ANSWER:
1. Explain the two psychological phenomena: adaptation and comparison (from wealth and well-being).
2. What is stress?
3. What specific health problems are positively correlated with prolonged stress?
4. What specific hormones are related to stress?
5. Describe some other health factors and habits that complicate stress-related health problems.
6. How can people reduce stress naturally?


WED - 25 MAR 2015 / THURS - 26 MAR 2015


2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Fear Survey

In Class-

E of L DUE -
Unit 8B Questions 6,7,8,9

-Experienced Emotion (Fear, Anger, Happiness)

*critical thinking p.385

-Short Life of Emotional Ups and Downs

*troubleshooting p.391


8B Psych Sim 5: All Stressed Out



Emotional Intelligence Test

http://www.queendom.com/tests/access_page/index.htm?idRegTest=3037

1. What are your results (print off)?
2. Any aha's / things that surprised you?
3. Do you agree with the results? Why? Explain.

Science of Fear - BBC Documentary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0z0ZrgQLms

1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.


E of L-


8B Psych Sim 5: All Stressed Out

Emotional Intelligence Test
http://www.queendom.com/tests/access_page/index.htm?idRegTest=3037
1. What are your results (print off)?
2. Any aha's / things that surprised you?
3. Do you agree with the results? Why? Explain.


Science of Fear - BBC Documentary

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0z0ZrgQLms


1. What are some benefits of fear? Why?
2. Describe some effects of fear...(physical, psychological)
3. How can getting worked up for fear be pleasurable?
4. Physiology of fear - Explain what's happening to us...
5. What are we pre-programmed with when encountering fear? ...Also, is there anything learned?
6. Describe when fear can bring out the best in us.
7. Is it good or bad that we continue to reduce fear in our lives? Explain.


PTSD Article (Read and Respond)
Computer simulations help reduce symptoms of PTSD




TUES - 24 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Situational rage has become a national problem, often with devastating consequences.
Several different types of rage have emerged in recent years:
road rage, workplace rage, even "surf rage"

Consider the following questions:

1. Why does expressing instant anger over minor annoyances lead to health problems in the future?
2. Why do you think the incidence of rage-related situations has increased in recent years?
3. What are some techniques people can use to deal with their feelings of instant rage?
4. What are some reasons why "blowing off steam" or expressing rage only intensifies hostile feelings?

In Class-
E of L DUE -

Discussion (pages 280-389)
-Culture and Emotional Expression
-The Effects of Facial Expressions
-Experienced Emotion (Fear, Anger, Happiness)
*critical thinking p.385
-Short Life of Emotional Ups and Downs
*troubleshooting p.391

cnnstudentnews.com

E of L-
READ pages 385-389
ANSWER #8 and #9

MON - 23 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

ANSWER the following:
1. Describe what it would be like if you were unable to know and recognize fear
2. What would be some advantages? Disadvantages?

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Emotional Webquests DUE

(397)
What are stressors?
Examples?

Review..."One Nation Under Stress..."

Twitching epidemic
http://www.cnn.com/2012/02/04/health/raison-conversion-disorder/
http://nypost.com/2012/02/12/17-teen-girls-hit-in-twitching-epidemic-but-doctors-say-its-all-in-their-heads/

cnnstudentnews.com

E of L-
READ pages 380-384
ANSWER #6 and #7
...check your theories again...

WED - 18 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 8B READING QUIZ (pages 389-393)



In Class-
E of L DUE -
"One Nation Under Stress" Responses DUE

Emotions Webquest

http://www.g2conline.org
http://www.humintell.com/2010/06/the-seven-basic-emotions-do-you-know-them/
http://www.cio.com/article/facial-expressions-test

cnnstudentnews.com

E of L-
Emotions Webquest


TUES - 17 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

READ "Lie Detection" (pages 372-373)
RESPOND to the following...
1. Describe what early designers of polygraph test thought they could do.
2. How does the polygraph work?
3. Detail two of the problems with the polygraph.
4. What is a more effective approach to lie detection?
5, In what ways are 21st century researchers updating the rather antiquated practice?

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Polygraph Research
Unit 8B Vocabulary List - vocabulary test

Motivation/Emotion Theories handout...Which one is it?


Twitching epidemic
http://www.cnn.com/2012/02/04/health/raison-conversion-disorder/
http://nypost.com/2012/02/12/17-teen-girls-hit-in-twitching-epidemic-but-doctors-say-its-all-in-their-heads/

cnnstudentnews.com

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All Things Considered "One Nation Under Stress..." 11 MAR 2013
http://www.npr.org/2013/03/11/174043501/modern-interpretations-of-stress-place-focus-on-feeling-not-causes
RESPOND to the following (using higher level, AP level responses - TDA - Terms, Definitions, Applications)
1. How has stressed changed over time? (in name/definition, focus, types, generalities...)

WED - 11 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 6 Page 252-253 (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -

-End of Unit - AP Practice Test Questions

(pages 364-365) 1-15
-Food Diary and Reflection questions
-Altruism - Pro-social behavior (from Monday)

Introduce 8B

-cartoon strips

-inventory...

-theories exercise



Twitching epidemic

http://www.cnn.com/2012/02/04/health/raison-conversion-disorder/

http://nypost.com/2012/02/12/17-teen-girls-hit-in-twitching-epidemic-but-doctors-say-its-all-in-their-heads/



All Things Considered "Stress..." 11 MAR 2013

http://www.npr.org/programs/all-things-considered/2013/03/11/174014386/?showDate=2013-03-11

-How has stressed change over time? (in name, focus, types, generalities...)



cnnstudentnews.com


E of L-
-Unit 8B vocabulary list
-READ Unit 8B pages 367-371
1. What are the different theories of emotion (name and explain)?
2. Describe the physiological SIMILARITIES and DIFFERENCES among specific emotions.

-Motivation/Emotion Theories handout (use Unit 8B to assist you)


TUES - 10 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 6 Page 252-253 (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Altruism - Pro-social behavior

Food Diary Reflection

http://www.choosemyplate.gov/
external image USDA_Food_Pyramid.gif
external image HEPApr2013.jpg

ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS WHEN YOU TURN IN YOUR FOOD DIARY:
1. Compare your eating habits to the FDA's charts. Do your eating habits reflect their recommendations for a healthy diet? Why? Why not?
2. Why did you eat what you ate and drink what you drank?
What were the motives that drove your choices?
3. After reflecting on your eating choices...what would you change? Why?
What would you keep the same? Why?

Wrap up - Unit 8A
(pages 349-362)

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PART 1

ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS WHEN YOU TURN IN YOUR FOOD DIARY:

1. Compare your eating habits to the FDA's charts. Do your eating habits reflect their recommendations for a healthy diet? Why? Why not?

2. Why did you eat what you ate and drink what you drank?

3. What were the motives that drove your choices?

4. After reflecting on your eating choices...what would you change? Why?

5. What would you keep the same? Why?


PART 2
...one your own...not a team test...
End of Unit - AP Practice Test Questions
(pages 364-365)
1-15

MON - 9 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 5 Page 213 (9-15)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Unit 8A Fact or Falsehood (w/ proofs)

Finish
Daniel Pink - Surprising Science of Motivation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esvaP9LehB4


Unit 8A
Motivation and Altruism - Pro Social Behavior


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Unit 8A
Motivation and Altruism - Pro Social Behavior


FRI - 6 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 5 Page 213 (1-8)

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Psych Sim 5: Hunger and the Fat Rat


Unit 8A Vocabulary Test

Finish
Daniel Pink - Surprising Science of Motivation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esvaP9LehB4


E of L-
Unit 8A Fact or Falsehood (w/ proofs)

WED - 4 MAR 2015 / THURS - 5 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Page 331 "Before You Move On..."
ANSWER
"Ask Yourself" AND "Test Yourself 1" questions

In Class-
E of L DUE -

PARAGRAPH REACTION:

"Skeletons on Parade"

OR

"Israel Model BMI Ban"

Reading Quiz (pages 327-336)

Food Diary...continue

Physiology of Obesity (340-)

Daniel Pink - Surprising Science of Motivation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esvaP9LehB4


Psych Sim 5: Hunger and the Fat Rat



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Daniel Pink - Surprising Science of Motivation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esvaP9LehB4


Psych Sim 5: Hunger and the Fat Rat



*READ / STUDY - Reading Quiz - pages 327-336 (2nd HOUR - THURS 3/5 or 3rd HOUR - WED 3/4)

**Unit 8A Vocabulary Test - FRIDAY 6 FEB 2014

TUESDAY - 3 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

1. What types of behavior are "inherited, pre-programmed, complex behaviors" that occur throughout
the human and animal species?
2. Where can we draw the line between individual behavior and instinctive behavior?
3. Does drive-reduction theory help differentiate between what is an individual behavior? Why? Why not?


In Class-
E of L DUE -
...about Aron Ralston (pages 327-328)
IDENTIFY THESE TERMS (using examples) WITHIN HIS STORY:
-motivation
-instinct
-homeostasis
-incentive
-hierachy of needs

Food Diary...continue

Handouts 8A-2 and 8A-3

Text pages 337-339


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CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING,
READ ARTICLE,
WRITE A PARAGRAPH REACTION/RESPONSE TO IT.

"Skeletons on Parade"
http://www.cbsnews.com/2100-500202_162-2016638.html
OR
"Israel Model BMI Ban"
http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/fashion/israel-passes-law-banning-too-skinny-models-article-1.1235593

*READ / STUDY - Reading Quiz - pages 327-336 (2nd HOUR - THURS 3/5 or 3rd HOUR - WED 3/4)



MONDAY - 2 MAR 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 4 (pages 173) 9-15

In Class-
E of L DUE -
Video with Responses:


Wrap up - Unit 7B

Intro - Unit 8A

READ about Aron Ralston...
(pages 327-328)


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(4 PARTS)

PART A
...about Aron Ralston (pages 327-328)
IDENTIFY THESE TERMS (using examples) WITHIN HIS STORY:
-motivation
-instinct
-homeostasis
-incentive
-hierachy of needs

PART B
Unit 8A Vocabulary List (Vocabulary Test - FRIDAY 6 MARCH 2015)

PART C
READ / STUDY - Reading Quiz - pages 327-336 (2nd HOUR - THURS 3/5 or 3rd HOUR - WED 3/4)

PART D
***START a FOOD DIARY (DUE TUESDAY 10 MAR)
-Keep a FOOD DIARY for one week (PUT IN YOUR NOTEBOOK or on LOOSELEAF paper)
-RECORD all the foods you eat and beverages you drink

FRIDAY - 27 FEB 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 4 (pages 172-173) 1-8

In Class-
E of L DUE -

"Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman: What Makes Us Who We Are?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXhN-vhq1rY

Video with Responses:


E of L-
"Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman: What Makes Us Who We Are?"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXhN-vhq1rY

Video with Responses:


THURSDAY - 26 FEB 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 3C (page 113) 9-15

In Class-
E of L DUE-

IMC laptops
Unit 7B Myers Unit Quiz 1 and Unit Quiz 2

Unit 7B Fact or Falsehood


E of L-
Unit 7B Myers Unit Quiz 1 and Unit Quiz 2

Unit 7B Fact or Falsehood

TUESDAY - 24 FEB 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 3C (page 112 ) 1-8

In Class-
E of L DUE -
COLLECT Mondays handout (overconfidence,fears,framing,intuition)

Unit 7B Psych Sim 5: My Head is Spinning


E of L-
Unit 7B Psych Sim 5: My Head is Spinning

MONDAY - 23 FEB 2015

2nd HOUR / 3rd HOUR

WU-

Unit 3B (page ) 9-15

In Class-
E of L DUE -
COLLECT "robot.keeps.witnesses.on.track" responses

7B-5 and...
Overconfidence
Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pI039MB-Blg

Fears
pages 308-309
(2nd page of handout)


Framing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng9V2JneJ68
In notebook...
5 FAST FACTS from video (go over after viewing)

E of L-
7B-5 and...
Overconfidence
Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pI039MB-Blg


Fears
pages 308-309
(2nd page of handout)





Framing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng9V2JneJ68
In notebook...
5 FAST FACTS from video (go over after viewing)

Intuition
Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59js7dcie08
handout:
(don't answer the "part 3" part)