What do we do in Psychology 11? - Mr. Schaeferle

What do we do in Psychology 11? - Mr. Schaeferle

What do we do in Psychology 11? Intro to Psychology The history of psychology The major perspectives in psychology

How to do an experiment Would you go through a door that was Labelled w/ a male or female sign?

Social Psychology How do people behave differently in groups? How do cults and brainwashing work? Why do

people join cults? Advertisng How do advertisers use psychology to

manipulate you? Psychological Disorders Depression, Phobias, Anxiety, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, etc.

The Brain & Neurons How fast do signals in your brain travel?

Sensation and Perception How our senses work Illusions Treatment

Types of Therapy Drugs to treat problems Do you think drugs or therapy would be

better for treating depression? Project Examples Disorder Glog Manjit Disorder Glog - Daniel

Clay Neurons and Brains Experiments What do you predict will happen?

Drugs Research Text Book No Text book All information on PowerPoints

You can borrow one of the texts if you would like to read it at home Tests & Marks There will be tests for each unit

They will all be multiple choice Tests only count for 30% of grade. Projects are worth the most marks. Generally, People do well in psychology. Field Trips

Greater Vancouver Zoo Sometime in March or April To study animal behaviour The Mall: To do experiments Why do chimpanzees smile like us? Do other animals smile? What does this tell us about

smiles? The website Take out your phone or ipod if you have it with you

Please bookmark: http://www.qschaeferle.weebly.com Class schedule, handouts, due dates & PowerPoints are on the website. Technology & Group Work

We will be doing a number of experiments in class so there will be group work. We will be using the computers for various projects so there will be days in lab or library.

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