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explains in detail the topic you select. The possible topics are listed below. No topic can be covered by more than one group. The topic selection will be on a first come first served basis. Topics selection will begin at eight o’clock on Thursday December 11th. The topics include:
1. Psychology’s Roots 2. Contemporary Psychology 3. The Need for Psychological Science 4. Description 5. Correlation 6. Experimentation 7. Statistical Reasoning 8. The Phenomenon of Memory 9. Encoding: Getting Information in 10. Storage: Retaining Information 11. Retrieval: Getting Information Out 12. Forgetting 13. Memory Construction 14. Improving Memory 15. Thinking 16. Language 17. Thinking and Language 18. Animal Thinking and Language 19. What is Intelligence 20. Assessing Intelligence 21. The Dynamics of Intelligence 22. Genetic and Environmental Influences on Intelligence 23. Classical Conditioning 24. Operant Conditioning 25. Learning by Observation 26. Prenatal Development and the Newborn 27. Infancy and Childhood 28. Adolescence 29. Adulthood 30. Reflections on Two Major Developmental Issues 31. Selective Attention 32. Perceptual Illusions 33. Perceptual Organization 34. Perceptual Interpretation 35. Is There Extrasensory Perception? 36. Sensing the World: Some Basic Principles 37. Vision 38. Hearing 39. Other Important Senses 40. Sleep and Dreams 41. Hypnosis 42. Drugs and Consciousness
Your video must:
1. Show highly original understanding of topic, including, accurate and rational understanding of factual evidence, 2. A clear organizational plan that highlights the topic, 3. Show exceptional in-depth knowledge and understanding of all key concepts associated with the topic. 4. Provide wide-ranging evidence and examples that support ideas and concepts. 5. Display exceptionally precise and well-crafted writing, 6. Display exceptionally precise visual work that is exceptionally well crafted, original and multi-layered. 7. Strong control of spelling, and exceptional control of grammar and punctuation, 8. Skillful use a wide variety of sources. 9. Sources must support the project’s central idea 10. You must submit a separate work citation page that includes correct use of citations and bibliographic form
The objective is to show deep understanding and to display this understanding in a manner that viewers can easily retain. What you should do: Meet the objective and have fun doing so. What you should not do: Fail to meet the objectives or make light of serious issues. Your video needs to be uploaded to Google videos or You-tube before 10:00 p.m. on January 19th 2009. Once the video is uploaded, the link to the video must be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org (the receipt of the e-mail will serve as the time stamp for when the assignment was completed).