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1 School School Friday, November 30, 2007 Psychology 133D
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2 Today A few logistical updates Review 2 points from Lecture 15 Lecture 16: School
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3 A few logistical updates Study guide posted by class on Wednesday Review session To be eligible for 1 pt extra credit for your discussion board contributions: Find and print your contributions to the discussion board and staple them together. Hand them in at the final with your name and student ID clearly marked . A risky but potentially helpful opportunity: If you are extremely unhappy about your midterm grade and feel you can do better, you may request to have your final count double You must request this at the end of class today through next Friday. NOT at the final. Your grade could be lower if you choose this option. If you request this option, you must accept the grade you are given.
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4 From Lecture 15.. Clarification of IM & well-being association No conclusions about causation can be drawn about typical home use of IMis & well-being IM use (or Net use, chatting, gaming, etc) not associated with psychological well-being IMing with strangers associated with greater social anxiety & loneliness among school peers
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5 From Lecture 15… Do school victims become cyberbullies? Likelihood of Retaliation Online School Both In Response to: School victimization 12% 60% 28% Cybervictimization 33% 22% 46%
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6 Question of the day: Why do Asian students do so much better than American students in school? Q.
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7 Schools are very important in the life of a child Children spend 25,000 hours in school Age 5 to 18 What children learn in school: Cognitive Meta-cognitive skills Social skills Provide a key social environment
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8 How are our schools doing?
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