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AP Psych Summer Assignments Revised2

AP Psych Summer Assignments Revised2

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AP Psychology Summer AssignmentsMrs. A. Borges - 2010-2011
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R
ead Chapter 5, History & Approaches, and Chapter 6,
R
esearch Methods (Pgs. 43-60)
of 5 Steps to a5: AP Psychology
, and complete outline notes on the 2 chapters. Outlines should be
neatly 
 handwritten on college ruled notebook paper. No typed papers will be accepted. The chapter outlinesare due on the first day of class-
NO
EXCUSES
.
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R
ead the following (20) selections from
40
Studies that Changed Psychology
:One Brain or Two?, pg 1Are You a Natural?, pg 18Watch Out for the Visual Cliff, pg 26Unromancing the Dream, pg 48Its Not Just About Salivating Dogs, pg 64Little Emotional Albert, pg 71Knock Wood!, pg 77See Agression  Do, pg 84Thanks for the Memories!, pg 116Discovering Love, pg 126How Moral are You?, pg 142Are you the Master?, pg 192The One; the Many, pg 217Whos Crazy Here, ?, pg 226Youre Getting Defensive Again!, pg 234Projections of Who You Are, pg 272Picture This!, pg 279The Power of Conformity, pg 295To Help or Not to Help, pg 300Obey at Any Cost?, pg 308
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Summarize each of the studies in 2-3 paragraphs, each. Be sure to mention the name of the scientist orresearcher, the purpose of the study, the set-up, and the significant outcomes. Summaries must be
neatly 
handwritten on college ruled notebook paper. No typed papers will be accepted. Thiscompilation of summaries is due on the first day of class 
NO
EXCUSES
.
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Using your textbook website or another source, define each of the bolded terms below and give an
original
example of each term (do not use the examples from the text!). There are 54 terms here andclose to 600 to know by the AP exam. Please number each term and keep them in order. Terms mustbe
neatly 
handwritten on college ruled notebook paper. Typed definitions will not be accepted andare due on the first day of class, as well. Again,
NO
EXCUSES!
You must be
intrinsically motivated
to be in this class for there are very few
extrinsic motivators
. Hopefullyyoull get in the
flow
even before class begins. Im certain that all of you did not miss the
critical period
,therefore you should be able to use both
fluid intelligence
and
crystallized intelligence
to find answers.Additionally, you will be using your
Brocas area
and
Wernickes area
to communicate with everyone in ourclass while using correct
grammar
, proper syntax,
morphemes
, and
phonemes
. There will be all sorts of 
transduction
and
parallel processing
happening in our brainsas we journey into the world of 
Psychology
. Our
hippocampi
will be very busy as we
encode
and find
storage
for information. Youll be asked to
recall
and
retrieve
for the unit tests without the use of artificial intelligenceor other assistance. Instead you can use
mnemonics
,
chunking
,
imagery
, and
acronyms
. Even though your
hormones
may be raging, hopefully no one in our class will be suffering from
narcolepsy, sleep apnea,insomnia, night terrors, split brain
, or a
lobotomy
, as that will make
learning
very difficult to say the least! I

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