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Class Name: Psychology I & II (Regular)
Teacher: Dr.  O
Location: 526H
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Due: Today
Last Modified: Yesterday 2:28 PM
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Psychology I & II - Week 5

  1. Tuesday/Wednesday: History of Psych Vocabulary due & Vocab Quiz
  2. Thursday/Friday: Famous Psychologist Presentations due! We begin presentations on Thursday, be prepared to present your project in front of the class!
  3. History & Approaches Exam next week after presentations are complete

Due: Today
Last Modified: Sep 12 6:48 AM (4 days ago)
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History & Approaches Vocab!

Print and complete the attached handouts for the History & Approaches Unit. Definitions must be in complete sentences. 

Due: Sep 19 (Thu)
Last Modified: Sep 11 4:58 PM (5 days ago)
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Famous Psychologist Presentations!

You will create a 5-minute multimedia (i.e. Google Slides) presentation about the life and theory of a famous figure in psychology. You may work alone or with one partner from your class period. The sign-up sheet will be passed around during class so you may select a psychologist.

Your report must include the following:
  1. Biography of the psychologist (include where/when they lived, major personal life events, and any historical events that may have influenced their perspective)
  2. Identify what theoretical perspective they are from (e.g. Behaviorism)
  3. Briefly describe the parts of the theory they influenced (i.e. B. F. Skinner's Operant Conditioning)
  4. Describe their major contributions to the field (did they write a book, create a famous experiment, or treat a famous patient)
  5. Include a direct quote and describe how it reflects their theory
  6. Identify and describe 3 vocabulary terms related to the psychologist 
  • Presentations should be in bullet-point format.
  • You should not have large "walls" of text.
  • You may use notecards to help in your presentation but you should not read directly from the slides.
  • You should include relevant pictures, graphs, or diagrams