Biology and Memory Lecture
See lecture notes linked on the docs page of my DP if you were absent.
Biology and Memory Study Analysis
Finish Study Analysis if you didn't finish in class. Share with Lori by the start of class on Thursday.
Encoding- What Makes Memories Stick
Or, how to study more effectively. See docs page for link to lecture notes.
Encoding Demo: Processing and Retention
If absent, see me for an explanation of this.
Schema Theory: Organizing Our Memories
See docs page for link to lecture notes
Finish TED Talk
Finish TED Talk "Amazing Feats of Memory Anyone Can Do."
Guest Speaker: Johnathan Cannon (AHS alumni!)
He is here to talk to you about the psychology of motivation. Please give him your utmost respect and attention!
None! Unless you want to try to use classical or operant condition on your family over break. Good luck to you!
Types of Memory, Cont.
See link to lecture and activities on the docs page of this DP. If you were gone, you should definitely review this!
TED Talk: Feats of Memory
Watch this TED Talk. It's linked on the docs page of my DP. Take notes on:
HOMEWORK: NONE! We have a guest speaker on Friday (a former AHS student!) here to talk to you about the psychology of motivation. See you then!
Types of Memory Lecture and Notes
See lecture notes linked on my docs page if you were absent!
Go here and play some memory games! See how you stack up.
HOMEWORK: Finish trying to identify different types of memory on the handout (if you were absent, get this from me when you return).
Lori checks notes and paragraph responses.
Memory in the Brain (BBC)
Watch this BBC documentary that introduces many of the issues psychologists are exploring today. See docs page of the DP for the video. As you watch, take notes on:
Learning by Observation Lecture and Notes
See docs page of my DP for lecture notes and video.
Textbook Section on Learning
Review notes on how to read a textbook effectively.
Finish textbook reading and response if you didn't finish in class. DUE: Start of class, Monday.
Operant Conditioning Review
Review operant conditioning examples, clarify any confusion.
Operant Conditioning Demonstration
Let's see if we can shape our student behavior using positive and negative feedback.
Reinforcement Schedules Overview
See docs page for PPT of lecture and lecture notes.
Reinforcement Schedule Application
Complete the examples on the handout linked on the docs page, determining what reinforcement schedule is being used. We'll review this at the start of class on Friday.
Finish the Reinforcement Schedule Application handout. Have it done and ready to review at the start of class on Friday!
Classical Conditioning Demo
Need a volunteer to demonstrate classical conditioning. You will need to be comfortable with water! During this demo, other students will observe, and take notes on:
Classical Conditioning Scenarios
For each of the following scenarios, identify the US, UR, CS, and CR. You may work with a partner to complete this.
Review as a class, make sure everyone understands the correct answers.
Operant Conditioning Lecture
See lecture notes and PPT linked on the docs page of my DP if you were absent or need to review.
Operant Conditioning Example Analysis
Complete analysis example with help of chart- review as a class when students are done (if they don’t finish, review at the start of the next class). Handout you need for this and video links are on the docs page of my DP.
Operant Conditioning Demonstration (if time)
Demo and discussion.
Finish the Operant Conditioning Example Analysis if you didn't finish in class today. DUE: Start of class, Thursday.
Finish Twin Study Discussion
In groups, discuss the following questions
Intro and Classical Conditioning Lecture Notes
We are now transitioning into our final unit for this semester: Learning and Memory. See PPT and Lecture notes linked on the Docs page of my DP if you were absent or need to review!
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