Psychology 101 - Psychology 101 Centrality The Tree of...

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Psychology 101 08/01/2008 08:23:00 Centrality: The Tree of Academe Social Science o Pol. Science o Economics  o Anthropology o Sociology Psychology Natural Sciences o Biology o Chemistry  o Physics Know Everything for the Exam Divide things up Acronym The Generation Effect People were presented w/ 504 nouns  o Over 3 sessions on 3 successive days o 168 words/session Task: Generate associates for each noun
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o 1-associate condition: car   drive o 3- o  Advice From Your Book Preview Read Think Critically Review Expanded Advice Before Class o Glance over chapter headings and preview During Class o Listen actively o Take notes o Ask questions o Relate to other topics o Participate in discussions After Class o Review Before Reading o Glance over chapter headings and preview
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During Reading  o Take notes o Think Critically o Relate to other Topics After Reading  o Review text and lecture notes o Think about list January 10, 2008 Thinking Critically & Research Methods & Intro to Stats Clich é  statement:  o Birds of a feathe flock together o Opposites attract The Limits of Intuition o Thickness of Paper Folded 50 Times = distance the sun (95 million  miles) o Conclusion:  Intuition sometimes flawed o Hindsight Bias
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