|Click here to view an MS Word document that provides the
course syllabus, including the course outline, grading criteria
and classroom rules. Click here to view a document that
provides in-depth information about course objectives. Click
here to view model term paper 1 and here to view model
term paper 2. Click here to view requirements for class
|Click here to view an MS Word document that shows the
general day-by-day lesson plan, with homework
assignments, by month for the 2013-2014 school
year--previous months, current month and future months
|Click here to view online information about our textbook: Psychology (AP
Edition) by Zimbardo, et al.
|Here are all of this year's questions by chapter: Chapter 1 Ch 2 Ch 3
Ch 4 Ch 5 Ch 6 Ch 7 Ch 8 Ch 9 Ch 10 Ch 11
Ch 12 Ch 13 Ch 14
|Advanced Placement Psychology:
Periods 1 and 3
|Click here to link
to the College
where you can
about the national
test, to be
Monday, May 5,
2014, in the
|Here are some websites that complement our in-class and textbook learning.
Here are some general websites for the year. Psychology in General
The Website of the American Psychological Association
Website of Psychology Today Psychology.net The Social Psychology Net
For the Ch 10 Project: Queendom and Keirsey Sorter
Websites On Popular Topics to be covered this year
IQ Test Examples 1 IQ Test Examples 2 IQ Test Examples 3
Careers in psychology More on careers in psychology
Gardner's Learning Intelligences Survey Humor Therapy Laughter as
Therapy More About Laughter As Therapy for Stress Dream Analysis
Dream Analysis 2 Dream Analysis 3 Dream Analysis 4
|Summer work is due on Friday, July 25th.
Next year's students: click here for your summer work.
Click here to view the PowerPoint from the May 8th meeting.
As you prepare your experiments, you may want to consider
the topics we shall be studying this year: Psychological
research; the central and peripheral nervous systems; the
senses and perception; sleep and dreams; how we learn;
memory and thought; how we develop from infants to adults;
psychological theory; psychological testing; psychological
disorders; psychotherapy; social psychology. Students
should focus their experiments on one of those topics.
Students: here are two examples of how to do experiment
write-ups: Example 1 Example 2
Students, please find your reading discussion questions and
the chapter PowerPoints, by chapter, below (white boxes).