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Assignment guide spring 2014 revised

  1. 1. Assignment Guide DATE 1/6/13 (M) ASSIGNMENTS DUE SNOW DAY!!! QUIZZES SNOW DAY!!! Readings: Assignment guide and the Course Procedures booklet, from the beginning through Let the Good Times Roll Rat lab introduction and lab 1 1/15/14 (W) Week 1 SPECIAL LECTURES & OTHER EVENTS SNOW DAY!!! P1000 Honors Introductory PowerPoint to be given at the beginning of class today. Quiz: Assignments and Course Procedures (study more or less the first 26 some pages of the course booklet, up through, Let the Good Times Roll) AND Rat lab introduction AND Rat lab 1 Each Quiz WILL contain a matching vocabulary component. Be sure you are studying all definitions from every chapter. Readings: Chapter 1—Introduction Homework: Chapter 1 SNOW DAY!!! No Rat Lab!!! Intro to P1000H Week 1 1/8/14 (W) Week 1 1/13/14 IMPORTANT REMINDERS Quiz: Chapter 1 Seminar Note: Always bring your red ball-point pen (red ink) to seminars. If you have one, you can make corrections in your homework as we go over it in class (before you turn it in at the end of the seminar). You get credit for your corrections. However, you lose credit if you try to complete homework you hadn't done or make the corrections in the same colored ink or pencil as the original. (We need the two colors so we can get a better idea of how well the homework is going.) Sometimes we'll have a special lecture during the seminar, or some other deviation from the schedule, so keep an eye out. We’ll try to remind you, too. Wednesday’s class is a double chapter day. Make sure you give
  2. 2. yourself enough time to read and prepare a quiz for each chapter. For Rat Lab, on Monday and Wednesday be sure to read the relevant experiment and be at least one experiment ahead so that if you finish an experiment earlier than you thought you would you will be ready to move right onto the next one. 1/20/14 (M) Week 3 1/22/14 (W) Week 3 No Class, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day recess, convocation, and activities Readings: Chapter 4 –Evolution and Behavior AND Quiz: Chapter 4 AND Chapter 5 Remember to be studying the vocabulary from each chapter. This is a double chapter day. There will be several throughout the semester. Make sure you are completing the homework from each chapter. Chapter 5—Motivation of Learned Acts Homework: Chapter 4 AND Chapter 5 There will be TWO quizzes over BOTH chapters. Begin stashing your completed homework in a safe place. At the end of the semester, you will need to bring and turn in all of your homework and rat lab reports at the end-of-the-semester Final Fiesta, in order to get credit for this course. 1/27/14 (M) Week 4 Readings: Chapter 6—Motivation Indirectly Related to Biological Need 1/29/14 (W) Week 4 Readings: Chapter 7—Learning: Basic Elements AND Chapter 8—Learning: Factors Affecting Learning Quiz: Chapter 6 Warning: Monday is a two chapter day and you will be responsible for homework and quizzes for both chapters! Quiz: Chapter 7 AND Chapter 8 Remember, on these two chapter days you are still responsible for homework and quizzes for both chapters! Homework: Chapter 6 Homework: Chapter 7 AND Chapter 8 DATE ASSIGNMENTS DUE: QUIZZES IMPORTANT REMINDERS SPECIAL LECTURES & OTHER EVENTS
  3. 3. 2/3/14 (M) Week 5 Readings: Chapter 9—Learning: Learned Results and Generalization Homework: Chapter 9 2/3/14 (M) Week 5 2/5/14 (W) Week 5 2/10/14 (M) Week 6 2/12/14 (W) Week 6 Quiz: Chapter 9 Make sure you are stashing your homework in a safe place. You will need to turn in all of it at the end of the semester. Last day to receive 50% refund for complete withdrawal. Readings: Chapter 10—Sensory Processes Quiz: Chapter 10 Homework: Chapter 10 Readings: Chapter 11—Perception Quiz: Chapter 11 Homework: Chapter 11 Readings: Chapter 12— Development of Basic Responses Homework: Chapter 12 Quiz: Chapter 12 Warning: Monday’s class is a double chapter day. Be sure to give yourself enough time to cover BOTH chapters.
  4. 4. DATE 2/17/14 (M) Week 7 ASSIGNMENTS DUE: Readings: Chapter 13— Development of Language AND Chapter 14—Development of Intelligence QUIZZES IMPORTANT REMINDERS SPECIAL LECTURES & OTHER EVENTS Quiz: Chapter 13 AND Chapter 14 Homework: Chapter 13 AND Chapter 14 2/19/14 (W) Week 7 2/24/14 (M) Week 8 Readings: Chapter 15—Jean Piaget and the Development of Cognitive Behavior Homework: Chapter 15 Readings: Chapter 16—Social Reinforcement DATE Quiz: Chapter 16 Special Lecture: Getting you ready for your Final Fiesta Project. Homework: Chapter 16 Readings: Chapter 17—Social Values 2/26/14 (W) Week 8 Quiz: Chapter 15 Quiz: Chapter 17 Homework: Chapter 17 ASSIGNMENTS DUE: Warning: Monday’s class will have Two chapters assigned. Be sure you complete the readings AND homework for both. There will be quizzes over both chapters on Monday. QUIZZES IMPORTANT REMINDERS SPECIAL LECTURES & OTHER EVENTS
  5. 5. 3/3/14 (M) Week 9 No Class. Spring Break  3/7/14 (W) Week 9 No Class. Spring Break  3/10/14 (M) Week 10 3/12/14 (W) Week10 Readings: Chapter 18—Attitude Change AND Chapter 19— Morality Quiz: Chapter 18 AND Chapter 19 Warning: Wednesday’s class will be a double chapter day. Be sure to read and prepare for a quiz over both chapters. Homework: Chapter 18 AND Chapter 19 Readings: Chapter 20—Social Roles AND Chapter 21—Sigmund Freud and Personality Make sure you know the vocabulary for each chapter for today’s quiz. Quiz: Chapter 20 AND Chapter 21 Reminder: Final Fiesta rough draft due 3/26 Homework: Chapter 20 AND Chapter 21 3/17/14 (M) Week 11 Readings: Chapter 22— Consciousness: Meaning and Definition Homework: Chapter 22 Quiz: Chapter 22 Warning: Wednesday’s class will be a double chapter day. Be sure to read and prepare for a quiz over both chapters.
  6. 6. 3/19/14 (W) Week 11 Readings: Chapter 23— Consciousness as Private Activity AND Chapter 24—Consciousness and its Limits Quiz: Chapter 23 AND Chapter 24 Reminder: Final Fiesta rough draft due 3/26 Homework: Chapter 23 AND Chapter 24 3/24/14 (M) Week 12 3/26/14 (W) Week 12 Readings: Chapter 25—Emotions Quiz: Chapter 25 Be sure to keep working on your Final Fiesta project and paper! Homework: Chapter 25 Readings: Chapter 26—Hans Seyle and Stress Homework: Chapter 26 Quiz: Chapter 26 Reminder: Final Fiesta rough draft due TODAY!
  7. 7. DATE 3/31/14 (M) Week 13 4/2/13 (W) Week 13 4/7/14 (M) Week 14 4/9/14 (W) Week 14 4/14/14 (M) Week 14 4/16/14 (W) Week 15 ASSIGNMENTS DUE: Readings: Chapter 27—Neuroses QUIZZES IMPORTANT REMINDERS Quiz: Chapter 27 Homework: Chapter 27 Readings: Chapter 28—Behavior Problems Quiz: Chapter 28 Homework: Chapter 28 Readings: Chapter 29—Psychoses Quiz: Chapter 29 Homework: Chapter 29 Readings: Chapter 30—Retardation Quiz: Chapter 30 Don’t forget to be working on your Final Fiesta project! Homework: Chapter 30 Readings: Chapter 31—B.F. Skinner and Behavior Modification Quiz: Chapter 31 Homework: Chapter 31 Readings: Chapter 32—Joseph Wolpe and Behavior Therapy Homework: Chapter 32 Quiz: Chapter 32 Fill out goal surveys and course evaluations SPECIAL LECTURES & OTHER EVENTS
  8. 8. 4/21/14 (M) Exam Week 16 FINALS 4/23/14 (W) Exam week starts Final Fiesta  Meet at 12:30-2:30 PM in your regular room  You make a short oral/visual presentation of your final paper and then turn in your final paper.  Bring all your homework and lab manuals for the semester in order to receive credit for this course.  Bring the Checklist and Self-evaluation, pg 27-28 from your Course Manual FINAL FEAST AT MALOTT’S HOUSE TO BE ANNOUNCED

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