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WEEK 7 . . .


Thurs., 5/22: Get "Emo Basics" notes.

Weds., 5/21: "LOVE" TEST.

Tues., 5/20: Get study guide for Weds.'s "LOVE" TEST.

Mon., 5/19: Get notes on Mars/Venus relationships theory. Get sheet on Five Love Languages.

WEEK 6 . . .


Fri., 5/16: JOURNAL: When someone is "in love" how does he or she think; feel; and act differently from when not in love? Do you consider love "good"? Explain.

Thurs., 5/15: JOURNAL: View video. Journal what you find interesting or perplexing, either as you watch, or after it's done.

Weds., 5/14: Get notes about male-female attraction differences.

Tues., 5/13: JOURNAL: (Write personal if this is too personal.) What qualities (both physical and personality traits) do you think are generally attractive to both men and women? How do you think men and women differ in what they find attractive? What qualities are attractive to you in a potential love interest?


Mon., 5/12: JOURNAL: Write an overall review. Include what you think is the main point of the movie, and how well the producer/actors did at getting it across. Etc.

WEEK 5 . . .


Fri., 5/9 DON'T DO THIS:
Okay, Rhoda’s mom was adopted, and her birth mother was “Bessie Danker,” a sociopathic murderer!!
Might Rhoda indeed be “bad seed,” and have just inherited an inability to feel for others?
Why would her mom (Christine) be seemingly ok?
Also, what would be the best thing for Rhoda’s mom to do now?

Thurs., 5/8:
Bad Seed Day I: Describe things that are odd about Rhoda so far. IF she has a mental disorder you’ve learned about, which would you say that it is? Etc.

Weds., 5/7: TEST
Journal: Pick either article. "Carrie Fisher and bipolar"? No idea what to write about it. Go for it. Be smart.
Adam Lanza's mom? Write coherent thoughts and feelings about this mom and child. What can she or we do?

Tues., 5/6:
JOURNAL: Turn the page and write "Week 5."
Write an imaginary letter to . . .
or merely write about . . .
• Courtney (boy with sparkles and depression) or
• Sabrina (girl with voices);
• or just about schizophrenia in general.

Mon., 5/5:
Also, get dissociative disorders notes.

WEEK 4 . . .


Fri., 5/2: Get PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS and start planning.

Thurs., 5/1: Read sociopaths article and
JOURNAL: (“sociopath” = antisocial personality disorder)
Write what thoughts come to mind, or questions you have, after reading the article. How does it feel to know these people are among us? Know anyone like this? If you want, you can try to think of questions I should ask next semester. Thanks.

Weds., 4/30: Get personality disorders packet. Create a matching quiz on them, describing someone in your own words for eace disorder and putting a word bank at the bottom.

Tues., 4/29:
JOURNAL: What is “mood”? How is it different from “an emotion”? What sorts of things put you in a good mood? Bad mood?
ALso, Get mood notes.

Mon., 4/28: Turn the page and write "Week Four."
JOURNAL: Write a diary entry as if you are one of the people you saw: Jean (agoraphobic); Laura (germ-obsessed, hypochondriac mom); Louise (OCD); man who hoards; woman with fear of flying; Fred (comic-obsessed teen).
It can be a typical day or one where you’re improving. (Try to be sympathetic as you write.)

WEEK 3 . . .

Thurs., 4/24: JOURNAL: Write about when you have experienced fear. Stimuli? Physiological responses? Mental responses?
Also, get notes from a friend on disorders in general and anxiety disorders.

Weds,, 4/23: TEST on personality.
JOURNAL: Think of bodily illness (sickness). Define, explain, and/or give examples of “illness.” (I.e., what makes something an illness?) How do you think mental illnesses are similar to, or different from, bodily illness?

Tues., 4/22: JOURNAL: Please summarize the psychodynamic (unconscious stuff, Freud, etc.) outlook on personality; then summarize the humanistic perspective. Which do you thiknk "gets" us better, and why? Is either missing anything? Does one really float your goat better than the other? Explain.

Mon., 4/21: Get Jung notes. Do a mandala (Jungian archetype of squared circle, indicating wholeness).

WEEK 2 . . .


Thurs., 4/17: get defense mechanism notes and do practice sheet. Also...
JOURNAL: Take your choice:

A) Forget Freud's specifics for a minute. Do you buy the general idea that there is an "unconscious" mind: stuff going on inside our minds we're not aware of? (As in, "What's the real reason she did that?") Why or why not? Explain. Any examples?

B) Look over the list of defense mechanisms you learned, and write examples from real life when you have seen people use one or more of them. Which do you see yourself using sometimes? Which ones rarely or never?

Weds., 4/16: get Freud II notes. Do "Basic Freud" practice sheet.

Tues., 4/15: Get notes from a friend about Freud, day one.
Get copy of notes about "learning theory" (perspective) and how we might learn our personality traits.

Mon.,
JOURNAL: Please write your thoughts and remembrances of your experience with John St. Augustine. If you were not present, write about anything fit for school. Remember you may write "personal" or "private" across the top if it is too personal.

Also, get notes about "learning theory" (perspective) and how we might learn our personality traits.

WEEK 1 (yes, "one")


Fri., 4/11:
JOURNAL: What personality traits of yours do you think you might have learned (by copying or by being rewarded or punished)? How? From whom? From your culture?

Also, get "learning theory" notes.

Also, get and do practice worksheet on traits and bio. Show me when done.

Thurs., 4/10: receive inspiration

Weds., 4/9, nothing to make up

Tues., 4/8: JOURNAL: What have you inherited in your DNA from parents and/or grandparents? Of course I’d like you to think about personality traits; but you may include physical traits as well, if you wish.
What do you think/feel about that “inheritance” you received? (Are there inherited traits you like or dislike?)

Mon., April 7: Go HERE and do what it says.

WEEK 9 . . .


Thurs., 3/27, PROJECT due.

Weds., 3/26
JOURNAL: What are some adjectives your friends would probably use to describe you? How right are they? Are there any adjectives to describe the typical "you" that friends would never know about? Why or why not? (Feel free to write "personal" on this one.)

Tues., 3/25 TEST on "learning."

Mon., 3/24: JOURNAL:
Forget conditioning and reinforcers/punishments for a day. What percent of human behavior would you say is learned by just copying others (whether on purpose or non-consciously)? Give some examples from real life (your own or others') of people (incl. KIDS) copying/imitating other people's behavior.

WEEK 8 . . .


Fri., 3/21: Get study guide for "Learning" Test
Get and do practice sheet on conditioning terms.
Get notes about operant conditioning in real life.

Thurs., 3/20:
Get remainder of operant conditioning notes.

Read "Schoolkids on a Payroll" article.
JOURNAL:
- What are advantages of their system?
–Possible disadvantages?
–Would you want your kid to go to such a school?
–Should we do it here? Etc.

Weds., 3/19: Get the beginning of operant conditioning notes.

Tues., 3/18: JOURNAL: Think of someone (boy/girlfriend, teacher, parent, manager, etc.) whose behavior you would like to change. Describe the behavior; why it bothers you; and how you could use rewards or punishments to change the behavior.

Mon., 3/17: Get remainder of classical conditioning notes. Do practice sheet with three classical conditioning scenarios.

WEEK 7 . . .


Fri.., 3/14: JOURNAL: about ads you love, hate: why? What actually makes people alter their behavior and try/buy a service/product?

WEDS., 3/12: TESTon bio.
Also: read article on either gaining new senses or brain scan that can read your mind (kinda).
JOURNAL:
A) Brain scan article: Write all about it. Is it good news? Cool? Scary? Implications for how it might be used?
B) New Senses article: What’s your overall reaction to the article? Would you like to have the direction sense? How about seeing with your tongue? Any of the others that are mentioned? Explain. What other things would you like to be able to sense that you can’t now?

TUES., 3/11: Read dream analyses and JOURNAL: What do you think of the concept of dream analysis in general: big load of crap, or helpful and accurate? (Or in between?) What do you think about the idea of a dream “dictionary”? Try analyzing one of your own dreams?

Mon., 3/10: Get the rest of sleep/dreams notes.
JOURNAL (if time):
You-n-dreams: remember ‘em? Weird ones? What do you think dreams mean, and what is your basis for thinking that?

WEEK 6 . . .


FRIDAY! 3/7:
JOURNAL: You-n-sleep: get enough? Weird sleep quirks? Is it a big waste of time? Wonderful? Etc.
Get more states of consciousness (sleep) notes.

Mon., 3/3
Get notes on states of consciousness.

JOURNAL: meditation or hypnosis: either sound good to you? Would you like to do either? Have you experienced either? Questions these states raise in your mind?

WEEK 5 . . .


Weds., 2/26:
JOURNAL: Write about a time or times you have felt really “pumped” or “fired up.” What specific things do your body and mind do at such times? What for you is a stimulus (cause) for that reaction (feeling fired up)? How in-control are you of it all?

Tues., 2/25:
JOURNAL: Right-brain IMAGINATION DAY: Pretend you’re a “vision” neuron inside a fetus migrating to the rear of the growing brain (where you know you’re supposed to end up). Write a diary entry for that day. What do you, the neuron, think/notice/do?

Mon., 2/24: JOURNAL: Read "brain" poem: How well does Emily Dickinson do at making a point or getting across a feeling about the human brain? Does it make you think or feel anything? Do you agree/disagree with her? Go to town . .

Get brain booklet and read.
Do neuron/brain practice sheet.

WEEK 4 . . .


Thurs., 2/20: Get rest of notes. Study diagram A; label diagram B without looking. Then look if you must. Show me diagram B for points.

Weds., 2/19: Get neuron notes.

TUES., 2/18:
JOURNAL: Your brain: what does it seem better-than-average at? (Remember the brain handles coordination, interpersonal-relations, etc., NOT just school stuff.) What is it worse-than-average? How has it changed over time? Any areas you really wish it was better or worse at?

WEEK 3 . . .


Fri., 2/14:
JOURNAL: Valentine's Day: Yay or boo, and explain. Then get all psych-y, analytical about people's thoughts/emotions/behaviors on V-Day. What is really going on? Are there rewards/punishments involved? Is there biology involved? Male-female differences? Etc., etc.

Thurs., 2/13
Get handout about ethics.

JOURNAL:
About the Zimbardo experiment (video):
Pick one or all of the below . . .
• What do you think of the research design overall?
• Which is weirder: the “guards” being so mean, or the “prisoners” being so passive?
• Dr. Zimbardo says, “We learned a lot.” Does the experiment tell us anything about human behavior in general?
• Was it worth doing, if indeed people were temporarily traumatized?

Weds. 2/12: Get copy of "experiment" notes from the blue box. Do the practice sheet and show me.

Mon., 2/10:
Read article about an antibiotic "protecting" men from attractive women.
JOURNAL
• Summarize it in one or two sentences.
• Is this at all funny or is that just me?
• What do you think of
a) how the research was designed; b) the results obtained; c) how the knowledge gained (if any) might be used in real life?
• Is it weird to you that a drug could affect how we think/act? Any other examples you know of?

WEEK 2 . . .


Fri., 2/7:
JOURNAL: Read fast food logos experiment article. Summarize it in one or two sentences.
What do you think of
a) how the research was designed; b) the results obtained; c) how the knowledge gained (if any) might be used in real life?

Thurs., 2/6: Get correlational studies notes; do practice sheet.

Weds., 2/5:
Read case study: "Musical Hallucinations."
JOURNAL: What do you make of Mrs. C’s hallucinations? How do you think you would have handled them? What do you think of Dr. Sacks’ attempts to help? Does all this raise any unanswered questions?

Tues., 2/4: Get notes on descriptive studies from a buddy.

Mon., 2/3: JOURNAL:
If you were forced to be a psychologist, would you rather
A) be a researcher, or
B) be in practice (helping clients/patients get better)?

• If A, what sort of things would you be interested in doing research about, and why?
• If B, what sort of clients or problems would you like to help with?

ALSO get chart of what different psychologists do, and do the practice sheet based on it. Show me or check with a buddy who was here.

WEEK 1 . . .


Fri., 1/31: Watch intro psych video.
Get journaling instructions, sign and give me back the bottom only.
JOURNAL: What were interesting parts, dull parts, good, bad, etc.? What do you remember? Any thoughts/questions you have about psychology in general?

Thurs., 1/30: Get notes on what psych is. Get and do practice sheet.

Weds., 1/29, nothing to make up



Week 9 . . .

Mon., 1/13: More LOVE notes (male v. female difs. in relationships)
Mon., 1/13: More LOVE notes (stages of love)
Mon., 1/13: More LOVE notes (individual likes)

Week 8 . . .


Fri., more LOVE notes (male v. female preferences)

Thurs., first LOVE notes (general pref.'s and build-a-mate)

Weds., Bad Seed III

WEEK 7


Fri., 12/20: Bad Seed II
Thurs., 12/19: DO NOT DO THIS: Bad Seed Day I: Describe things that are odd about Rhoda so far. IF she has a mental disorder you’ve learned about, which would you say that it is? Etc.

Weds., 12/18:TEST on disorders

JOURNAL:
NO: Read "I Am Adam Lanza's Mother." Write coherent thoughts and feelings about this mom and child. What can she or we do?

Tues., 12/17: JOURNAL: Write an imaginary letter to . . .
or merely write about . . .
• Courtney (boy with sparkles and depression) or
• Sabrina (girl with voices);
• or just about schizophrenia in general.

Mon., 12/16, We did some old practice sheets again to get ready for the TEST coming on Weds. on disorders. Nothing new to learn.

WEEK 6 . . .


Fri., nothing to make up

Thurs., 12/12: Get PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS;
Get STUDY GUIDE for TEST on disorders.
Get notes on dissociative disorders.

Read "Sociopath Next Door."
JOURNAL:
(“sociopath” = antisocial personality disorder)
Write what thoughts come to mind, or questions you have, after reading the article. How does it feel to know these people are among us? Know anyone like this? If you want, you can try to think of questions I should ask next semester. Thanks.

Weds., 12/11: Get and do practice sheet disorders II. Show Mr. Pat for checking, or check with a classmate.

Tues., 12/10: Get packet of nine personality disorders; make a matching quiz like the one taped up near the door. Give me when done. Keep the packet.

WEEK 5 . . .


Fri., 12/6: Press HERE for link to abnormal psych video.

Thurs., 12/5:
JOURNAL:What is “mood”? How is it different from “an emotion”? What sorts of things put you in a good mood? Bad mood?

Also, get mood notes from someone who was here.

Weds., 12/4:
Get and do anxiety disorders practice sheet. Check it with the substitute teacher or a friend who was here, to see how you did.


Tues., 12/3:
JOURNAL: Write a diary entry as if you are one of the people you saw: Jean (agoraphobic); Laura (germ-obsessed, hypochondriac mom); Louise (OCD); man who hoards; woman with fear of flying; Fred (comic-obsessed teen).
It can be a typical day or one where you’re improving. (Try to be sympathetic as you write.)

Mon., 12/2: JOURNAL: Think of bodily illness (sickness). Define, explain, and/or give examples of “illness.” (I.e., what makes an illness an illness?) How do you think mental illnesses are similar to, or different from, bodily illness?

Also, get notes from a friend on disorders in general and anxiety disorders.

WEEK 4 . . .


Mon., 11/25 JOURNAL: You get to wave your magic wand and have humans not have emotions: no joy; but then, no sorrow, either! Would you wave that wand or not? Explain . . .


WEEK 3


Fri., 11/22: Get "happiness" notes from the box (based on a video).

Thurs., 11/21: Finish stress notes; get STUDY GUIDE for Mon.'s TEST; get old notes on emo and culture; do PRACTICE sheet and show me if you would like it corrected.

Weds., 11/20:
JOURNAL: What causes you to feel stressed, typically? When you feel stressed, what do your mind and body do?
Also, get stress notes.

Tues., 11/19: Finish getting basic emo notes.

Mon., 11/18: JOURNAL: A robot asks you what “emotion” is. Try explaining the concept to it.
If you use the word “feeling,” make sure to explain THAT, since it doesn’t know what that means either. (Try thinking about what our bodies do when we emote - that can help you explain it.)

WEEK 2


Thurs., 11/14 Go here:
http://www.learner.org/series/discoveringpsychology/09/e09expand.html
JOURNAL about what you learned, how you think your memory is strong or weak, and how you might apply what you saw.

Weds., 11/13 TEST on personality. Make it up by next Weds.

Tues., 11/12: Get humanism notes. Get and do final practice before test; show me when done.

Mon., 11/11: Get Jung notes

JOURNAL: Make up a little story with several Jungian archetypes in it.
some examples:
hero
wise old guide
spunky maiden
the abyss
shadow (one’s “bad” side) the trickster


WEEK 1

Thurs., 11/7:
JOURNAL: Compare (similarities) and contrast (differences) between Freud’s three-part personality model of the human self with the more traditional two-part personality presented in the Star Trek episode. Furthermore, which do you think is more accurate and why?
B) Why do you suppose cultures seem to usually label the id/animal element of us as “bad”? What’s bad about id/animal/passion?


Weds., 11/6: Get practice sheet with list of defense mechanisms at the top. Do and show me.
Also, get study guide for coming Personality Test.

Tues., 11/5, Get Freud notes, part II. Get homework on Freud and show me for POINTS!

Mon., 11/4, Get Freud notes.


Week 9


Fri., 11/1 JOURNAL based on personality inventory you take online using directions in the yellow box.

Thurs., 10/31: JOURNAL: What personality traits of yours do you think you might have learned (by copying or through being rewarded or punished)? How? From whom? From your culture?

Weds., 10/30: JOURNAL: What do you think about the whole identical-twins-have-very-similar-personalities thing? Surprised or not? Is it cool? Creepy? What do you think/feel about the fact that personality is about 50% due to genes? Is that ok? Would you like to find a long lost identical twin?

Also, get and do review sheet about traits and biology/personality.

Mon., 10/28: JOURNAL: What have you inherited in your DNA from parents and/or grandparents? Of course I’d like you to think about personality traits; but you may include physical traits as well, if you wish.
What do you think/feel about that “inheritance” you received? (Are there inherited traits you like or dislike?)

also, get "Personality and Biology" notes

Week 8


Fri., 10/25:
JOURNAL: What are some adjectives your friends would probably use to describe you? How right are they? Are there any adjectives to describe the typical "you" that friends would never know about? Why or why not? (Feel free to write "personal" on this one.)

also, get "personality" notes

Thurs., 10/24:
Explain about the process of doing the project: What was challenging? Easy? How were group dynamics? Advantages/disadvantages of group work? Did you learn or realize anything about ads you didn't previously know?

Weds., 10/23: Test on Learning

Tues., 10/22: Read new article on stressing your potential rather than accomplishments. What do you think of the hypothesis for why we rate potential higher? Can you think of any more guesses as to why this is? How can/will you use this information? (Think of scenarios where you will need to "sell" yourself.)

Mon., 10/21: JOURNAL: Forget conditioning and rewards/punishments for a day. What percent of human behavior would you say is learned by just copying others? Give some examples from real life (your own or others') of people (incl. KIDS) copying/imitating other people's behavior.

WEEK 7


Fri., 10/18: Finish "Operant in Real Life" notes; Get and do practice sheet on conditioning and show me when done.

Thurs., 10/17: Read "Schoolkids on a Payroll" article.
JOURNAL:
- What are advantages of their system?
–Possible disadvantages?
–Would you want your kid to go to such a school?
–Should we do it here? Etc.

Also: Get beginning of Operant Conditioning in Real Life notes from a classmate.

Weds., 10/16: Get more operant conditioning notes from a classmate.

Tues., 10/15: JOURNAL: Think of someone (boy/girlfriend, teacher, parent, manager, etc.) whose behavior you would like to change. Describe the behavior; why it bothers you; and how you might use rewards or punishments to change the behavior.

Also, copy notes on OPERANT conditioning from a classmate.

Mon., 10/14: Start thinking/planning about ADS projects. Instructions. (Deadline is Oct. 24, not what is printed in instructions.)
B. Get the end of notes on classical conditioning.

WEEK 6


Thurs., 10/10: JOURNAL: about ads you love, hate: why? What actually makes people alter their behavior and try/buy a service/product?

Get notes about classical conditioning in real life.

Weds., 10/9: Get last notes on classical conditioning. Do hard practice sheet.

Tues., 10/8 JOURNAL: Write about a time or times you learned a new behavior (make a Big Mac, park a car, serve a volleyball, shoot a bow, format a journal entry, whatever). What did others do to get you to acquire the new behavior(s)?
Get notes on learning and conditioning.

Mon., 10/7: TEST

JOURNAL: Read dream analyses and JOURNAL: What do you think of the concept of dream analysis in general: big load of crap, or helpful and accurate? (Or in between?) What do you think about the idea of a dream “dictionary”? Try analyzing one of your own dreams?

Week 5


Fri., 10/4: Finish sleep notes (dreams). Get and do practice sheet.

Thurs., 10/3: Get more sleep notes;

Weds., 10/2: JOURNAL: You-n-sleep: get enough? Weird sleep quirks? Is it a big waste of time? Wonderful? Etc.
Get more states of consciousness (sleep) notes.

Also, get study guide for Friday's test.

Tues., 10/1: get and do practice on nervous systems; get beginning of states of consciousness notes

Mon., 9/30: Get nervous system notes; get and do practice chart.

JOURNAL: Write about a time or times you have felt really “pumped” or “fired up.” What specific things do your body and mind do at such times? What for you is a stimulus (cause) for that reaction (feeling fired up)? How in-control are you of it all?

Week 4


Fri., 9/27: nothing to make up

Thurs., 9/26: JOURNAL: Read “brain scan” article. Write all about it. Is it good news? Cool? Scary? Implications for how it might be used?

Weds., 9/25: JOURNAL: Read "brain" poem: How well does Emily Dickinson do at making a point or getting across a feeling about the human brain? Does it make you think or feel anything? Do you agree/disagree with her? Go to town . . .

Tues., 9/24:
JOURNAL: What does the article make you think about pleasure? Drugs? Addiction? Does it make you feel anything? Are there any implications (ways the knowledge could affect thigs)? Etc….

Get diagram A and study. Then get B and label without looking at A unless you HAVE to. GIVE ME when done.

Mon., 9/23: Get notes about neurons and neurotransmitters. Or read all about them on the internet somehow if you prefer.

WEEK 3


Fri., 9/20:
JOURNAL: Get all psychological about Homecoming Week: describe, explain behavior. (dressing up, intergroup rivalries, people participating or not, weirdness, etc., etc.)

Thurs., 9/19: JOURNAL: Your brain: what does it seem better-than-average at? (Remember that brain handles coordination, interpersonal-relations, etc. NOT just school stuff.) What is it worse-than-average? How has it changed over time? Any areas you really wish it was better or worse at?


Weds., 9/18:
TEST

JOURNAL . . .

CHOICE 1:
About the Zimbardo experiment (video):
Pick one or all of the below . . .
–What do you think of the research design overall?
–Which is weirder: the “guards” being so mean, or the “prisoners” being so passive?
–Dr. Zimbardo says, “We learned a lot.” Does the experiment tell us anything about human behavior in general?
–Was it worth doing, if indeed people were temporarily traumatized?

CHOICE 2:
If you were forced to be a psychologist, would you rather
A) be a researcher, or
B) be in practice (helping clients/patients get better)?

If A, what sort of things would you be interested in finding out about, and why?
If B, what sort of clients or problems would you like to help with?


Tues., 9/17: Show me worksheet from Monday for POINTS! Get infosheet about ethics. Study for WEDS.'S TEST!

Mon., 9/16:
JOURNAL:
Write "Week Three."
Read one of the experiments article. What do you think of
a) how the research was designed; b) the results obtained; c) how the knowledge gained (if any) might be used in real life? Can you infer any big lesson about human behavior from this?

Get "Experiment" notes.

Get and do "Experiment" practice and show me.

Get study guide for Weds.'s TEST.

Week 2

Fri., 9/13: JOURNAL: Analyze the book cover. What might the individual things represent? What overall “meaning” can you make of it? How might it all tie in with psych.? Go deep.

Thurs., 9/12: Get and do correlations worksheet; show me when done.


Weds., 9/11: JOURNAL: Read correlational studies article. State the two general correlations (one about looks, one about height). For each, try to give a plausible explanation for why they might be. Write what you think/feel about the correlations. Could you put this info to use?


Tues., 9/10: Get notes on correlational studies;

JOURNAL:
9/10: Read case study: "Musical Hallucinations."
What do you make of Mrs. C’s hallucinations? How do you think you would have handled them? What do you think of Dr. Sacks’ attempts to help? Does all this raise any unanswered questions?

Mon., 9/9: no journal; get notes on descriptive studies

Week 1

Fri., 9/5. Go here, and watch the intro psych video.
Then JOURNAL: what were interesting parts, dull parts, good, bad, etc.? What do you remember? Any thoughts/questions you have about psychology in general?

Thurs., 9/4: Get chart about psychologists; do the practice sheet and show me or check with someone who already did it.

Also, show me that you have a singe-subject, spiral notebook for journaling (worth points).

Get instructions on how to journal. Sign and give back the bottom portion.

Weds., 9/4: Get notes about psych. "perspectives" and do the practice sheet, 1-5.

Tues., 9/3: Memorize this website address.