WEEK 3



Psyc 4052, Summer Session

Dr. Mills



If you have questions, email me at: memills@gmail.com

WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENTS:




TOPIC 4. THE INDIVIDUAL (continued): Learning, Cognition, Personality, Language

PART 1:


Topic: Learning

Class readings: none


PowerPoint file: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9CeNGEoAbqyVTFZVERWel9uNU0/edit?usp=sharing

Lecture:

Option 1: PowerPoint Narration Lecture
https://vimeo.com/101050108


Option 2: Classroom lecture recording:

Learning, Part 1 (note: course is mislabeled on video as Psych of Sex Diffs, Psyc 310)
http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/71e68b84-2628-4322-8bbe-967450447b6c?ec=true
Start at: 52:30 - go to end


Learning, Part 2 (note: course is mislabeled on video as Psych of Sex Diffs, Psyc 310)
http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/662aed28-ca49-4145-936a-94c0251190be?ec=true
Start at: 1:05 -- go to 27:00




PART 2:


Topic: Cognition

Class readings:
Gaulin & McBurney, Chapter 7, Cognition -- available via MyLMUConnect (Blackboard). Login, go to our class, and click on "Content" in the left menu.


PowerPoint file:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9CeNGEoAbqyVzYtc0FkMWNkSkk/edit?usp=sharing

Lecture:

Option 1: PowerPoint Narration Lecture
https://vimeo.com/101112460


Option 2: Classroom lecture recording:
Cognition (note: course is mislabeled on video as Psych of Sex Diffs, Psyc 310)
http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/662aed28-ca49-4145-936a-94c0251190be?ec=true
Start at: 27:20 - go to end



PART 3:


Topic: Personality & Individual Variability
Class readings: Gaulin & McBurney, Chapter 9 (Individuality) available via MyLMUConnect (Blackboard). Login, go to our class, and click on "Content" in the left menu.


PowerPoint file:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9CeNGEoAbqyZURhM05IX0dFLUU/edit?usp=sharing

Lecture:
Option 1: PowerPoint Narration Lecture
https://vimeo.com/101169832

Option 2: Classroom lecture recording:
Personality (note: course is mislabeled on video as Psych of Sex Diffs, Psyc 310)
http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/a0f20654-54b1-4a78-a339-812696ce7e50?ec=true
Start at: 59:00 - to to end






PART 4:

Topic: Language

Class readings: none

PowerPoint file:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9CeNGEoAbqyb1cydjBYSDZzRDA/edit?usp=sharing

Lecture:

Option 1: PowerPoint Narration Lecturehttps://vimeo.com/101181983

Option 2: Classroom lecture recording:
Language (note: course is mislabeled on video as Psych of Sex Diffs, Psyc 310)http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/5023f567-270a-4067-b823-5f592fabcfb4?ec=true
Start at: 40:00 - stop at 53:00





PART 5:

Topic: Abnormal

Class readings: Gaulin & McBurney, Chapter 11 (Abnormal), available via MyLMUConnect (Blackboard). Login, go to our class, and click on "Content" in the left menu.

PowerPoint file:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9CeNGEoAbqyYnRSNEU5dXNNSkU/edit?usp=sharing

Lecture:


Option 1: PowerPoint Narration Lecture
https://vimeo.com/101194967


Option 2: Classroom lecture recording:
Abnormal (note: course is mislabeled on video as Psych of Sex Diffs, Psyc 310)
http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/5023f567-270a-4067-b823-5f592fabcfb4?ec=true
Start at: 27:00 - stop at 40:00






HOMEWORK

DISCUSSION FORUM.

BEFORE Sunday, 6pm PST, POST TO THE CLASS WEEK 3 DISCUSSION FORUM
(Worth up to 5 points)



Write at least a few sentences describing a question you have, or a
relevant comment / reflection, related to one of the class topics this week.
The more you demonstrate that you have given some serious
thought / investigation to the issue (maybe cite and link to some relevant
articles, news or research), the higher your points awarded for this assignment will be
(up to a maximum of 5 points). Also, please respond to
at least one other thread by another student.

Click on: System Login
Click on Brightspace
Click on our class
Select Discussion from the menu item list at the top
Click on the blue highlighted Week 3
Click "Start a New Thread"
  • Add your comment or question. Remember to include one or two links to an article(s) related to your topic and briefly summarize what you found.
  • Remember to write a reply to at least one other's post to get full credit. (Worth up to 5 points).


After you have written your comment, remember to save it
before exiting.





Week 3 quiz covers readings and assignments from this week only.

Sunday at 8:00pm PST.

Our online quiz will available this Sunday starting at 8pm PST.
You can start the exam at any time from 8:00 - 8:30. The test timer will
start when you begin to take the test.

There will be a total of 20 questions. You may spend as much
or as little time on any particular question, as long as you do not exceed the total time limit.

Click on: System Logins
Click on Brightspace
Click on our class
Select Quizzes from the menu item list at the top
  • Select Week 3 Quiz (or Quiz 3)

Although the test is "open book" -- you are prohibited in getting help from, or collaborating with,
anyone else. This would be considered academic dishonesty and would be dealt
with per university policies.

Please use a computer with a direct, wired connection to the internet
(not a wireless connection). Wireless connections are more likely to
be interrupted. Normally, this does not present a problem. However,
for security reasons, if you lose your connection even momentarily,
the system will not allow you to continue taking the test, and I will have
to re-set it for you.

Also, do not refresh the page, close the window, or click the browser's back button while taking a test.


I will be monitoring my email during the testing time window.
If you have any problems taking the test, email me immediately: memills@gmail.com



IF YOU LOSE YOUR INTERNET CONNECTION TO MyLMUConnect (Blackboard) DURING THE TEST:


If you lose your connection to the internet during the test, try this:

Do NOT close the web browser window.
Click the reload/refresh button on your web browser
If that doesn't work. try to re-login into LMUConnect immediately

If you can't re-establish a connection with MyLMUConnect, it will not allow
you to take it again until I reset the test. If this happens, email me
immediately and I will reset the test so that it will allow you
to re-take it.



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