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Final AP Psychology Practice Questions

May 12, 2020


Your last two practice questions are on AP Classroom – if you haven’t done previously assigned AP Psych practice sessions, please do so. Your exam is next week! If you have any questions on the exam process please let me know. You got this!

New AP Psych FRQ Practice Questions

April 28, 2020


Two more FRQ practice questions have been put up for you guys on AP Classroom. Please complete this and I will read them and score them with feedback.

AP Psychology Review Information

April 13, 2020


This year the AP Psych exam will be, like your other exams, an at-home test (it will be given at 2:00 on May 19th). There will be two FRQs – the first will be a traditional scenario based FRQ where you will need to relate terms and ideas back to what is being described of […]


April 3, 2020


Please visit the College Board’s site on their emergency exam testing and read it for detail if you have not yet done so. Me, basing my assumption off of years of teaching AP history classes and a few million DBQs written in high school, figured that there would be no way that the College Board […]

Protected: AP Psych Unit Nine Word Wall and Notes: Social Psychology

November 20, 2019

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Antisocial Personality Disorder in Children

November 11, 2019


Here is the article from the New York Times that I had mentioned in class. It’s long, but it’s the kind of thing that once you start reading you won’t be able to stop. It raises an interesting question: is there “too young of an age” for this kind of personality disorder to develop? Over […]

HTGSC Resources

October 30, 2019


Just in case you need the resources at home for the personality analysis, here they are. I’m anxiously awaiting your diagnoses of The Grinch! APPSY-How_the_Grinch_Stole_Christmas Abraham Maslow Alfred Adler Carl Jung Carl Rogers Erich Fromm Erik Erikson Karen Horney Sigmund Freud