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IF YOU MISSED CLASS ON TUESDAY OR WEDNESDAY OF THIS WEEK. There is a grade penalty if the essay is not completed.
1) Watch the TED video THE ART OF CHOOSING by SHEENA IYENGAR (test question from the video).

2) You will need to do a non-graded practice essay over the weekend.
You can pick it up in class Wed or Thursday. ESSAY IS HERE:

Describe a specific example that clearly demonstrates and understanding of how each of the following concepts can lead to an inaccurate perception, cognition, or conclusion. Each example must include an explanation of the relationship between the concept and the inaccuracy. (Choose any 5, on the AP you must do them all). 

This must be typed!!!

Afterimage effect
Availability heuristic
Ethnocentrism
Groupthink
Lack of object permanence
Nonrandom assignment of research participants
Optimistic explanatory style
Proactive interference


 READINGS FOR THE NEXT EXAM APRIL 25TH

Pages 9, 33, 47, 84-86, 165-169, 427, 470, 476 and

bottom of 347-351, mid 354-mid 357,363-371all in the KING book.


BRAIN PARTS TO KNOW FOR FRIDAY'S EXAM

thalamus
hypothalamus
hippocampus
amygdala
parts of the limbic system
all 4 lobes
cerebral cortex
cerebellum
reticular system
Broca's area
Wernicke's area
corpus callosum
both hemispheres
somotosensory cortex
association areas
pons
hindbrain
midbrain 
forebrain
a few more will be added

and all the perspectives






 






 













 


 















 



 

EXTRA credit assignment, Read a Scientific American Mind long article from the Sept/Oct magazine (copies are in the library--ask the front desk after Wednesday).
One page, doubled-spaced review of the article, half-page relating it to class discussion and/or text. DEadline id mid October but may be turned in early.

 

 

 


 


   

 



 








 
 




 






 
                    

 
 





 

 






 

 
             


 
  
 


 
   

 











 


 
  



 
  


 






 

 

 
 


  



  AMERICAN HISTORY  

The LAST Reading Assignment

ALL YOU NEED TO READ TO BE REALLY SAFE FOR THE AP!!!

Pick one evening and read it all!

 read 815---817, 835--849, 869--891 (some of this has and will be done in class)

One more test on the new material AND 1789----1877.
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