1 Aaron Beck

OK- Extra Credit assignments I gave you the numbers in class that you are assigned to you.  In MICROSOFT WORD you are going to Type the Psychology Word (NOT the NUMBER) then press return to go to the next line, then write the definition.  The following site will help you with some of the definitions.  … Continue reading “1 Aaron Beck”

Neuroscience and the Brain

Research Methods and Statistics General Resources: Research Methods Knowledge Base Methods in Behavioral Research (textbook with links) Research Methods Tutorials (from Cornell University) Action Research Resources (megasite on action research) Qualitative Research Resources on the Internet Psychological Methods (APA journal) Getting Started Researching on the Web: Web Tools for Research in Psychology Library Research in … Continue reading “Neuroscience and the Brain”

Neuroscience and the Brain

Neuroscience and the Brain General Resources: Neurosciences on the Internet Neuropsychology Central Neuropsychology.co.uk Brain.com (focuses on brain health and fitness) BrainConnection (for educators, parents, and the general public) Brain Imaging: Brain Imaging Demonstrations BrainMap (searchable database of imaging experiments) fMRI Data Center (public repository of studies and data) BrainWeb: Simulated Brain Database The Visible Human … Continue reading “Neuroscience and the Brain”

Neuroscience and the Brain

Developmental Psychology General Resources: Administration on Aging —  The Administration on Aging (AoA), a part of the federal Department of Health and Human Services, web site provides information for Older Americans, their families, and others involved in providing opportunities and services to enrich the lives of older persons and support their independence. Adult Development and … Continue reading “Neuroscience and the Brain”

History of Psychology

Intelligence   Intelligence Testing Intelligence Theory and Testing (includes historical information) The Knowns and Unknowns of Intelligence (APA Task Force) Self Discovery Workshop IQ Test (IQ test and searchable database) Test Your IQ (takes 45 minutes to complete) Mensa International (a group open only to people with high IQs) The Bell Curve Controversy The Bell … Continue reading “History of Psychology”

History of Psychology

Personality    General Resources: The Personality Project (links related to personality theory and research) Great Ideas in Personality (focuses on scientific research programs) Personality and Consciousness (covers historical figures and theorists) Personality Theories (an electronic textbook) PHERSUE Virtual Library (links to many online texts) Great Ideas in Personality Exhibits Collection — Personality Job Analysis & … Continue reading “History of Psychology”

History of Psychology

History of Psychology    General Overviews: The History of Psychology Web Site History of Psychology (WWW Virtual Library) Links on the History of Psychology Victorian Science: An Overview Today in the History of Psychology Take A History of Psychology Quiz Resources in the History of Psychology Timelines: Headlines in the History of Psychology Timetable of … Continue reading “History of Psychology”

Neuroscience and the Brain

Sleep and Dreams General Resources: Dream Central Dream Dictionary: The Meaning of Dreams Freud, The Interpretation of Dreams, Table of Contents Lucid Dreaming Nightmares and Disorders of Dreaming NIH Center on Sleep Disorders Research Sleep Disorders Sleep Homepages SleepNet.com The Sleep Well The Sleep Site The Quantitative Study of Dreams

It is time to lose the weight

The AP Exam is over….no more excuses…. It is time to lose the weight!!!! Goal Weight = 200 pounds Keeping Operant Conditioning in mind….what kind of reinforcements and schedules should I use to lose the weight the fastest? Date Weight 05/13/09 249 pounds                        

Skinner

An exploration into B.F. Skinner’s Superstition in the pigeon Yes, this is a penguin, but it is much cooler than a pigeon.     We will examine one study from a huge body of research carried out by one of the most influential and most widely known psychologists ever, B. F. Skinner.  Deciding how to present … Continue reading “Skinner”