Browsing All posts tagged under »AP Psychology«

A Careful Examination Of Gage And Plasticity

August 16, 2019


Here’s the article that I was talking about in regards to if Gage’s personality ever adjusted itself to his injuries. From the site: The documentary evidence Kotowicz begs to differ: However, after examining closely the accounts of Phineas Gage as given by the doctors who knew him, Harlow and Bigelow, one must conclude that the […]

Explaining Your AP Psych Test Curve

August 14, 2019


If the College Board is reasonable enough to understand that you’re not going to be perfect on AP Exams, so am I. Your tests are graded on an AP style curve based on the curve calculator found here: Average FRQ scores (a 4) were inputted into that portion of the calculator. The grading scale […]

OpenStax Additional Resources for AP Psychology

July 31, 2019


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 […]

Protected: Readings/Notes for AP Psych Unit 1

January 7, 2019

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Design Your Own Research Study

January 4, 2019


For those of you latecomers, here’s the design a research study project we’re working on. The final copy and presentations will be due on the 8th — please ask your group members for clarification of the project before you ask me.  

Proper APA Formatting

January 3, 2019


Please see the attached document for some APA formatting hints and techniques. Don’t forget, it is not the same thing as MLA style. MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION APA style