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AP Seminar: Comparative Analysis Directions & Due Date

September 3, 2019


Presentations will be 5 minutes each plus questions and will take place on 9/11 for A Day and 9/12 for B Day. If you need additional time you will get it but I will be at a workshop on 9/13. That day will not be your additional time. Here are the step by step directions […]

Media Center Day Instructions

August 13, 2019


FOR LECTURE NOTES ON NOODLE TOOLS, FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS: Select Webpage and then Website. In the dropdown menu where it says description of format to appear in brackets you will select “lecture notes”. If you were absent on 8/13 or 8/14, we went to the media center to work on how to find sources and […]

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

August 7, 2019


This is what I mentioned earlier during class 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 In lab experiments, […]

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.