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Further Readings On Lobotomy

November 14, 2019

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Today in class, we viewed the PBS American Experience special on Dr. Walter Freeman. The PBS website has a ton of resources on it, including a 1946 article from Life Magazine that is absolutely heartbreaking and shocking to read. For some stories of those who were lobotomized at Pilgrim State mental hospital in New York, check […]

AP Psychology Fractured Fairy Tale Rubric

November 7, 2019

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Here you guys go. Remember – you need three characters with psychological disorders and one who is a psychological professional operating from one of the major schools of therapy. You also need at least a two page paper for your group, with at least three sources (one of which should be your textbook) and APA […]

Motivation and Emotion Advertising Campaign Resources

October 22, 2019

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This assignment is due on 10/28. EDIT: I forgot to include this on the instruction sheet – any citations that you need for this paper should be done in APA 6th Edition style. Head to www.citationmachine.net for help. This episode of Frontline on psychology and marketing might give you guys some ideas. It’s not mandated […]

Brain Trauma’s Impact On Athletes

August 15, 2019

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This may be of interest to some of you guys. Earlier today, I posted something about the late hockey player, Derek Boogaard, and his probable struggles with CTE. There has been some follow-up research done that shows CTE impacts athletes differently than the rest of the population. Any profession that runs the risk of head […]

The Dangers of Brain Trauma

August 15, 2019

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Derek Boogaard was an enforcer for the Minnesota Wild and the New York Rangers of the NHL. During his career, spanning from junior hockey in Canada through his last concussion in 2010 after a fight with Matt Carkner of the Ottawa Senators, Boogaard was involved in 184 fights. The number of actual concussions that he […]

How To Get The Most Out Of Studying

January 3, 2019

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We watched parts one and four during class, but I highly suggest both AP Psych and AP World History students watch all of these videos from Dr. Chew and take them to heart. They’re helpful hints for getting rid of the traditional rote memorization for tests that you have been trained to do – you have […]