notes and make up work C Block

Make sure you check this page for make up work if you are absent.  It would also be helpful for quiz preparation.


19 January

finished Temple Grandin movie
last homework due Monday- depression and autism questions
turn journals in

16 January

get Be Happy article and write a summary/reaction
get autism excerpt from the DSM 5 and explain the characteristics of autism
get final exam review sheet- on main page of blog

11 January

chapter 16 quiz
take BDI-II
It is not the events of the world that make our mood it is our thoughts about those events that make the mood.
Sad is a realistic reaction to a negative event.
Depression is an unrealistic response to the world due to distorted thinking.

10 January

journal entry #9  President Trump
chapter 16 quiz tomorrow

8 January

SAD
   Seasonal Affective Disorder
   hits in winter probably due to lack of sunlight
remission- the disease goes away for awhile

read DSM excerpt on bipolar disorder and write summary

     no current symptoms
avolition- general lack of interest or desire to do         much of anything
alogia- inability to speak
prodromal- early symptoms indicating onset of
     illness
schizophrenia 
      most severe of mental illnesses
      major feature is a break with reality

complete diagnosis worksheet
      
5 January

read neurosis/geography article, write a summary and mention connections

somatoform disorders
    created by anxiety and formerly called hysteria
    physical symptom with no physical cause
    conversion disorder
          turns emotional problem into loss of a
          physical function
          rare
    hypochondria
          healthy person is preoccupied with
          imaginary ailments

dissociative disorders
     loss of memory or identity
     amnesia
          defense mechanism
          rare
     psychogenic fugue
          amnesia with flight
     multiple personalities
          DID- dissociative identity disorder
          defense mechanism
          rare
       
mood disorders
      affective disorder
      affect = mood
      major depressive disorder
      bipolar disorder
           
 3 January

anxiety based disorders
    anxiety is like fear with no real threat in the 
    external world
    generalized anxiety disorder
    phobia- anxiety focused on one particular thing
         simple
         agoraphobia
         irrational fear
   panic disorder
         anxiety focused into one time
         maybe last 15-20 minutes
         can feel like having a heart attack
   OCD
        obsessive-compulsive disorder
   PTSD- post traumatic stress disorder
         flashback
         messed up sleep
         nightmares 

read agoraphobia article, write a summary with connections
             
2 January 2018

read chapter 16
chapter 16 study guide is due Monday the 8th
complete the normal/abnormal worksheet
DSM 5
    Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
    2013
    used to diagnose mental disorders
diagnosis- labeling a disorder
prognosis- expected outcome of the disorder

      pr- prognosis and pr- predict    (mnemonics)

21 December

winter solstice- solstice stuff
stress is the body's reaction to perceived threats from the environment
stressor is what causes stress
more stress can lead to more illness
ways to reduce stress
     exercise
     proper amount of sleep
     laugh
     meditate/mindfulness
visit by Owen and Danielle
     
20 December

chapter 14 quiz
journal entry # 8  define normal

19 December

explain the following things:
   cardinal trait
   factor analysis
   surface traits
   source traits
   stability v. instability
   extroversion v. introversion
   psychoticism
   Robust Five
worked on cards
quiz tomorrow
cards due tomorrow

18 December

explain the following things: 
   behaviorism
   contingencies of reinforcement
   self-actualization
   Maslow's  methodology for finding the traits of self-actualized people
   positive regard   
   conditions of worth
   fully functioning
   personal construct theory
worked on cards
cards are due Wednesday
chapter 14 quiz is Wednesday
   
15 December

Explain collective unconscious and archetypes.
What is Adler's idea of inferiority complex?
For Erick Erikson you might want to look at p. 74.
        explain issues, pshychosocial development and the idea of 8 stages of development
work time on cards

14 December

read copy cat article and write a summary/reaction
work on cards project

13 December

show and tell- defense mechanisms drawings
explain each of the defense mechanisms on pp. 387-389
handed out psychologists cards instructions and picked groups
work time

12 December

snow day

8 December

journal entry #7  sugar
worked on chapter 14 homework questions

7 December
finished That Sugar Film

6 December

read sugar addiction article- write a summary/reaction with connections
start That Sugar Film

5 December

chapter 12 quiz
journal entry #6  school
read chapter 14

29 November

second test for synesthisia
groups and questions- get handout
journal #5  self-driving cars
homework due tomorrow- list of five behaviors you engaged in after class

28 November

define these cool words
     extrinsic motivation
     intrinsic motivation
     lateral hypothalamus
     ventromedial hypothalamus
     set-point
     glucostatic theory
What was the dependent and independent variables in the Schacter experiments on p. 324?
Explain Maslow's Hierarchy of needs.  Include fundamental, psychological and self-actualization needs.
What is the competency theory of motivation?
   
27 November

journal entry #4  favorites
answer these questions
    1. Why do most people eat around noon?
    2. Why do people do sports?
    3.  Why do people get married?
    4. Why do you go to school?
    5. What is the difference between emotion and motivation?
explain these words:
     homeostasis
     motivation
     emotion
      drive-reduction theory
     instinct
     motive
     drive
     read chapter 12

21 November

chapter 10 quiz
journal entry #3  What are you thankful for?
write a story with my prompt

20 November

Why do people forget?
      not really encoded 
      not really important
      repression (not really forgotten but can't 
            retrieve the memory)
            defense mechanism
      amnesia
            infant
            hit on the head
     proactive and retroactive interference
     decay
How to remember?
     recitation- say outloud
     maintenance rehearsal-   just repeating the info
     elaborative rehearsal- reviewing but making 
          connections
     mnemonics- memory tricks- making 
         associations 
     distributed practice- study for several days, not
         just once
         sleep on it
     proper nutritian
     exercise
     multiple senses  
eat your fruits and vegetables

16 November

sensory memory- directly after sensory input and lasts a second or so
short term memory- about 7 things can be held in short term memory for about 20-30 seconds without rehearsal
primacy-recency effect- remembering the beginning and end of a list better than the middle
long term memory- can last forever and maybe unlimited in capacity
types of memory
     semantic- remembering language and how to
                      use it
     episodic- remembering events in your life
     guy #2
         declarative- combination of semantic and
                             episodic
          procedural- remembering how to do things
draw the brain on p. 274, label the parts and tell what they do in your own words
chapter 10 homework due tomorrow

15 November

journal entry #2  What is your oldest memory?  What would life be like without memory?  Answer one or both of these questions.
encoding
      putting info in form brain can use
storage
      maintaining info in your brain
retrieval
      getting info out of storage
memory tests
define chunking

14 November

fun midterm exam
get chapter 10 homework- on the blog
read chapter 10

13 November

vitamin D article- review
watch Brain Games-Memory video and write a summary-  this can be found on the Learning and Cognitive Processes page
read chapter 10

7 November

review time
exam is Tuesday- study early and study often

6 November

importance of feedback- paper toss game
cognitive maps- map to your house and see p. 257
chapter 9 quiz tomorrow

1 November

journal entry #1  electricity
explain extinction and generalization as they relate to classical conditioning
explain extinction as it relates to operant conditioning
chapter 9 homework is due Friday

26 October

journals
      green questions are due the next time I collect
      journals
      green questions are worth 3 times what a
      regular entry
      each green questions should have a half
      page answer

complete classical condition part of handout- not on blog
explain how the placebo effect could be explained by classical conditioning

24 October

chapter 8 quiz
journal entry #10-  How does it feel to learn?  How can that learning be shown to others?  How do you know when you have learned something?

journals due today

23 October

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9w7jHYriFo

Watch the above video and write a summary.  Watch one other James Randi video and do the same.

Chapter 8 quiz tomorrow and journals are due too,

20 October

journal entry #9  list a minimum of five potential journal entries and tell why they are good ideas
journals will be turned in sometime next week
read synesthesia article, write a summary and your reaction to the article
do the same for the two synesthisia videos on the Physiology and Personality page of the blog
complete the chapter 8 review sheet - also on the blog

19 October

How can pain be a useful thing?
Define these cool words.  constancy, subliminal perception, clairvoyance, telepathy, precognition, and psychokinesis.

18 October

journal entry # 8   describe your life 10 years from
       now

read When Our Eyes Deceive Us article- write a summary and reaction- look for connections
     this article is on the blog
decibels- unit of measurement of loudness
pitch- frequency of the sound- how high or low
auditory nerve- takes sound from ear to brain
vestibular system- helps with balance
    when overactive you get motion sickness
kinesthesis- awareness of your body in space

16 October

define these words- they are in chapter 8

stimulus
sensation
perception
absolute threshold
difference threshold
sensory adaptation

read chapter 8

11 October

turn in sleep/dream journal
read article on different ideas about dreams- will be on Friday's quiz
Freud and dreams (see p. 183)
       manifest content- what you remember
       latent content- hidden meaning coming from unconscious wishes
tips for getting a better night's sleep
          click here for some suggestions
relaxation exercise- progressive relaxation

10 October

journal entry #7- Describe your life as it was five years ago.
read article on sleep and cognitive processes
groups and sleep/dreams songs and such
sleep/dream homework due tomorrow
chapter 7 quiz will be Friday

6 October

amplitude- how tall the brain waves are
frequency- how close together the waves are
4 stages of nonREM sleep
        4 is deep sleep
REM  sleep
    body is paralyzed
    most interesting dreams
    eyes move
    brain waves look like awake
    gets longer throughout the night
sleep cycle is about 90 minutes
circadian rhythm
      body's internal clock

watch this video and write a summary including connection to the article we read yesterday
sleep video

4 October

genetics quiz
journal #6  What would life be like if people did not have to sleep?
start dreams homework- instructions on chapters 6-8 page on the blog

2 October

journal # 5 open- anything you want
complete genetics terms worksheet- on the blog
read "It's in Our Genes: So What" article and answer the questions- also on the blog

27 September

finished presentations- remember my questions
explain the following things
       lesions
       electrical stimulation of the brain
       EEG, MRI and PET
       endocrine system
       hormones
       pituitary gland
       thyroid gland
       adrenal gland
       testes and ovaries
100% of your brain
teen brains- see teen brain article on physiology and personality page on this blog

25 September

work on presentations
hints for presentations
      good intro and conclusion
      know who is saying what and when
      do not talk too fast
       be able to pronounce all of the words
      understand your section
homework is due Wednesday- follow directions

22 September

Jesse's birthday
journal entry #4  autumn
get chapter 6 homework
work on group projects

21 September

chapter 3 quiz
journal entry #3  Why are you you?
assembled in groups for chapter 6 project
read chapter 6

20 September

explain Erikson's eight stages of psychosocial development
explain Kohlberg's six stages of moral development and fill out worksheet (on the back of What Do Babies Know article)
explain permissive, authoritarian, and authoritative parenting styles
define socialization
How might Kohlberg's stages be related to Piaget's stages?

chapter 3 quiz tomorrow

19 September

complete review sheet
explain these words:  assimilation, accommodation, schema, conservation, egocentric
need to know Piaget's four stages of cognitive development

18 September

kickball
Make sure you can relate our first grade activities (inside and outside) to elements in chapter 3.

14 September

journal #2 travel- places you have been or would like to go
first grade activities

13 September

chapter 1 quiz

homework for Friday- bring in a pair of gloves
read chapter 3
write down what 1st grade was like for you

12 September

I'm here working so you should be studying.
These are the chapters we will be doing and the order we will do them.  This will not take the entire semester so we will revisit the chapter selection process later.


3, 6-10, 12, and 14-16

11 September

journal entry #1- Did you sit on your book the first day?  Why or why not?  Why do you think others did the opposite of what you did?
common sense worksheet
chapter 1 review worksheet
chapter 1 quiz will be Wednesday the 13th

8 September

Wilhem Wundt- first psych lab, beginning of modern pscyh, late 1800s
Sigmund Freud (psychoanalytic)
     focused on the idea of unconscious thoughts
     used dreams to learn about the unconscious
subjective means open to interpretation
objective means measurable
behaviorism
      focus on behaviors and rewards and
      punishments
      Skinner
humanistic approach
      individuals can choose who they want to be
      Maslow
      Rogers
biological approach
      how physiology affects personality
sociocultural approach
       society contributes to personality

   

   

5 September 2017

handed out books
book tour
circles
know your neighbor 

handed out chapter 1 homework- due Monday


chapter 1 quiz will be on Wednesday the 13th

6 September

looked at college psych courses to see what the 
subject of psychology includes
undergrad- person not yet have a four year degree
grad student- has bachelors
psychiatrist- medical doctor with training in psychology and can prescribe medications
psychology- the systematic study of behavior and thinking in organisms 
it might be a good idea to actually read chapter 1
   



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