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Unformatted text preview: 21/03/2008 14:07:00 ← What follows are the partial slides for the last section of Introduction to Psychology, Spring 2008. ← ← Sometimes the whole slide is present. Sometimes some words are missing. Sometimes entire slides are missing, but only when it’s important that you not see the slides ahead of time (for example, for demonstrations in class, where I don’t want to give away the punchline). Graphics are not included. ← ← Basically, some students appreciate having notes so they do not feel compelled to copy down everything on each slide. However, sometimes having these notes creates the illusion that nothing needs to be written down. Having some words missing will get you started taking notes, but don’t stop there: the purpose of taking notes is to help you remember the concepts. Write whatever you need to in order to accomplish that goal. ← ← How to use: The text is double-spaced at the moment. You can increase the spacing if it helps you take notes; you can also decrease the spacing, increase the font size, decrease the font size, or whatever works best for you. You will probably not think the file is ideal the way it is. People prefer all kinds of things, so you will need to experiment to get it right for you. ← ← IMPORTANT: This is a whole lot of paper. If you can, print on both sides. You can also format it in two columns, although I suspect some people would find that confusing (so I didn’t format it that way as the default). However you print it out, if you don’t keep it after this class, you will definitely want to reuse the paper if possible, and recycle it when it can no longer be used. Thanks! ← Text begins on the next page. ← ← Rate a Professor ← In your notes, please rate a professor you currently have on the following traits (Y, N, or D): ← Outgoing -yes -no -depends on situation ← Calm -yes -no -depends on situation ← Agreeable -yes -no -depends on situation ← Self-disciplined -yes -no -depends on situation ← Tidy -yes -no -depends on situation ← Now rate yourself ← Outgoing -yes -no -depends on situation ← Calm -yes -no -depends on situation ← Agreeable -yes -no -depends on situation ← Self ←-disciplined -yes -no -depends on situation ← Tidy -yes -no -depends on situation ← ← Questions to Answer ← ← Why do Wash U students, on the average, think they’re better than average?...
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Partial notes for part three - 14:07:00 ← What follows...

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