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Allegory of the Cave Videos and Discussion Questions

January 16, 2019

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Please with a partner discuss the following questions regarding the film that we viewed in class today; we will then discuss your ideas on Plato’s philosophy as a class (only discuss, do NOT WRITE): Discussion questions for Plato’s Allegory of the Cave1. Describe how the people in the cave are situated in Plato’s parable. Why […]

Protected: APWH Notes, Ch. 2-5

January 14, 2019

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Protected: Unit 2 Lecture Guides & Class Notes

January 14, 2019

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Unit 2 Word Wall

January 14, 2019

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Next up on the docket is Neurology and Nature vs. Nurture (chapters 2 & 4 in the new edition of the textbook). Please sign up for a term here (remember, one per person) and I’ll have the tape ready to go to hang these up. Remember, they’re worth two points per unit.

THIRD BLOCK ONLY: Student Health Surveys

January 11, 2019

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These MUST be completed by February 1st. Please complete and print off the confirmation page and return it to me by that date. These will be good for three points of extra credit on your next test (second block, I’ll figure out an EC assignment for you as well so you’re even). Georgia Student Health […]

OpenStax Additional Resources for AP Psychology

January 8, 2019

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This is NOT our current textbook, but it is college level. The OpenStax book is a free resource supplied by Rice University, and it is good. Make sure that, if you need to read it, that you are reading the correct chapter – make sure that they correlate by TOPIC, not by chapter number. Please […]

Psychology’s Replication Problem: Challenging Stack’s Study Of Facial Expressions and Emotional Impact

January 8, 2019

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This is what I mentioned today during class today regarding replication of psychological studies and the questioning of the validity of past work. Classic studies from across the field have come under fire for issues with replication; Stack’s landmark study on how facial muscle manipulation influences emotion is one of them. From Slate.com: In lab […]