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Lecture eight 9-27 - Thursday Sept 27-go over exam-go over...

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Thursday Sept. 27 --go over exam --go over mid-semester evaluations --extra credit option announced (and posted on Angel)
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Lawrence A. Messé Memorial Lecture Dan McAdams* Northwestern University The Redemptive Self: Stories Americans Live By ”** Friday, September 28, 2007 118 Psychology Building 3:30 p.m. Dan McAdams is a leading figure in personality and life-span developmental psychology. He has done pioneering work on how the stories we create about our lives shape our identities and personalities. See http:// www.sesp.northwestern.edu/profile/?p=46&/DanMcAdams/ for more information about Dan and his work. ** The book of the same title won the 2006 William James Award from the American Psychological Association for best general-interest book in psychology, across all subfields. See http://www.us.oup.com/us/catalog/general/subject/Psychology/Social/?view=usa&ci=9780195176933 for some of the critical praise for this book. (See http://www.msu.edu/user/kerr/LAM.Lecture for Lecture details) _________________________________________________________ Prof. McAdams will also be giving another, informal talk at the Social/Personality Brown Bag Friday, September 28, 2007 Room 230 Psychology Building 1:30pm How Conservatives and Liberals Narrate Their Lives
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extra credit Extra credit due in class April 26. Worth 5 points. Can do one of the following:
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option 1: Find a journal article on a topic we’ve covered, write 2 page paper including: 1. Purpose : Why did the authors do what they did? What were they trying to show? 2. Method : What did the authors do? 3. Results : What did the authors find?
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