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IB SL Psychology 2nd Six Weeks Schedule--1st and 7th periods

How well does the cognitive perspective explain humans?
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Transcript of IB SL Psychology 2nd Six Weeks Schedule--1st and 7th periods

Day One-A 10/2 and B 10/3
Essential Question: How well does the behavioral/learning perspective explain?
any more presentations?

Finish any experimental presentations.

Personal Anecdotes for Major LEARNING/BEHAVIORAL Ideas

Medical Behavioral/Learning Therapy, AP essay, and IB essays

Match best study references for IB essay questions. Check for understanding.

View
Inside Out
Learning Perspective Video for further review.

Continue to read Chapter Six Memory (Cognitive Perspective).

HWMK: Learning Test on Day Four and Memory Quiz on Day Six
Day Two-A 10/4 and B 10/5
Essential Question: Does art explain memory better than psychology?

Finish essay references.

What is memory?

What is memory? Helpful? Hurtful? Important? Insignificant? Reliable? Unreliable? response and share

Memory Movie--What does it suggest about memory? What purpose does memory serve/how important is it? What should we be able to do with it?

Does art explain memory better than psychology? Can we learn more about human psychology from films than psychology texts or classes?

HMWK: Read and take notes for Chapter Six “Memory” for open notes quiz on Day Six.

Day 3-A 10/6, 11 and B 10/10
Essential Question: How reliable and valid are the methods of cognitive psychology?

Finish memory movie. Does art explain memory better than psychology? Can we learn more about human psychology from films than psychology texts or classes?

Review behavioral medicine questions and closed notes quiz questions.

Start cognitive experiment “replications”: Atkinson & Shiffrin, selective attention, Sperling, Miller, Baddley & Hitch, rehearsals, Lockhart & Craik, LTM, Loftus & Collins, semantic memory network, Ebbinghaus, cues, encoding, schemas, Brewer and Treyens, Bartlett, Loftus misinformation, long term memory—explicit, declarative, implicit, nondeclarative, episodic, semantic, procedural; Retrieval—TOT, serial position, encoding specificity; Forgetting—encoding failure (the penny experiment), decay, interference, retroactive, proactive, suppression, repression.

more memory notes and memory games
Day Four-B 10/12 and A 10/13
Essential Question: How valid and reliable is cognitive methodology?

Learning/Behavioral Chapter Five Test
-35 multiple choice at two points each and two essays (one short answer question in which you reference only one study as support (10 points) and one extended answer in which you reference at least two studies as support (20 points))--You have all possible essay questions.

HMWK: Memory Open Notes Quiz on Day Six and Closed notes on Day Eight.
Day Five-A 10/16 and B 10/17
Essential Question: How well does the cognitive perspective explain human behavior and thinking, and is your memory reliable?

More cognitive studies: Bartlett, Loftus & Palmer, Loftus & Pickrell, flashbulb memories, Neisser & Harsch, Talarico & Rubin, Loftus experiments “The Bunny Effect” and “Manufacturing Memories”, forming false memory—imagination inflation, and more memory exercises

The biological side of memory—Lashley, Thompson, Kandel

Amnesia (H.M. and Clive Wearing) and Alzheimer’s

HBO’s The Alzheimer’s Project: “How Far We Have Come in Alzheimer’s Research” at http://www.hbo.com/alzheimers/

So now, what is memory?


HMWK: Study for Open Notes Quiz on Day Six and Closed Notes Memory Quiz on Day Eight and for test on Day Ten, as well as start reading and taking notes for Chapter Seven “Thinking, Language, and Intelligence.”

Day 6-A 10/18 and B 10/19
Essential Question: Is memory best explained biologically?

Continue cognitive experiment “replications”: Atkinson & Shiffrin, selective attention, Sperling, Miller, Baddley & Hitch, rehearsals, Lockhart & Craik, LTM, Loftus & Collins, semantic memory network, Ebbinghaus, cues, encoding, schemas, Brewer and Treyens, Bartlett, Loftus misinformation, long term memory—explicit, declarative, implicit, nondeclarative, episodic, semantic, procedural; Retrieval—TOT, serial position, encoding specificity; Forgetting—encoding failure (the penny experiment), decay, interference, retroactive, proactive, suppression, repression.

Chapter Six MEMORY Open Notes Quiz

HMWK: Study for Closed Notes Memory Quiz on Day Eight and for test on Day Ten, as well as start reading and taking notes for Chapter Seven “Thinking, Language, and Intelligence.”

Day 7-B 10/20, 24 and A-10/25
Essential Question: What are the cognitive perspective's philosophical assumptions?

Finish all studies, especially biological.

cognitive studies critiques

Maybe Inside Out: “The Mind’s Storehouse”

Review Open Notes Quiz.

Give cognitive essays and chart for HMWK.

HMWK: Study for Memory/Cognitive Perspective test that is on Day Ten and read and take notes for Chapter Seven “Thinking, Language, and Intelligence”; Open Notes Quiz coming soon

Day 8-B 10/26 and A 10/27
Essential Question: How well does the cognitive perspective help and explain, or do the arts do it better?

http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/best-videos-alzheimers#1

http://www.alzheimers.net/12-31-14-alzheimers-movie-roundup-2014/

some of
Alive Inside
and/or
The Genius of Marian

http://www.nytimes.com/video/opinion/100000003074275/a-marriage-to-remember.html

http://www.programsforelderly.com/documentaries-memory.php

http://blog.ted.com/8-classic-movies-about-memory-manipulation-and-how-they-inspired-real-neuroscience/

Discuss: Which experimentation and explanation do you prefer--the human/natural sciences or the arts? Are we our memories?

Chapter Six Memory Closed Notes Quiz B 10/26 and A 10/27

HMWK: Study for Memory/Cognitive Perspective test that is on Day Ten and read and take notes for Chapter Seven “Thinking, Language, and Intelligence”; Open Notes Quiz coming soon.
Day 9-A 10/30 and B 10/31
Essential Question: How much does our prior thinking determine our current thinking?

Review some studies.

Create Quirky Persons Presentations and Confront or Collaborate (learning and cognitive therapies)--due 11/4.

Review closed notes quiz.

Maybe Zimbardo’s Discovering Psychology: “Remembering and Forgetting”: http://www.learner.org/discoveringpsychology/09/e09expand.html or Inside Out: “The Mind’s Storehouse”

HMWK: Study for Memory/Cognitive Perspective test that is on Day Ten and read and take notes for Chapter Seven “Thinking, Language, and Intelligence”; Open Notes Quiz coming soon.

Day 10-A 11/1 and B 11/2
Essential Question: How well does the cognitive perspective explain?

Cognitive Perspective Memory Chapter Six Exam (50 multiple-choice questions)

Problem Person Presentations and Cognitive essays work (cognitive essay questions and cognitive psychology’s philosophy (nature or nurture, free-will or determinism, objective or subjective, etc.)



Day 11-B 11/3 and A 11/6
Essential Question: Does language determine thought, or does thought determine language?

Finish presentations.

Fill out the cognitive philosophy chart and list two studies for each cognitive essay question.

More thinking, language, and intelligence studies and theories...

If time permits, view parts of
Discovering Psychology: “Language Development”: http://www.learner.org/discoveringpsychology/index.html and Discovering Psychology: “Testing and Intelligence”: http://www.learner.org/discoveringpsychology/index.html

HMWK: Study for Chapter Seven Quizzes and test.

2nd Six Weeks: How well does the cognitive perspective explain behavior and thinking--yours and theirs, the individual's and the group's?
3rd Six Weeks...
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