9-1-08 - Class Notes Psychology 206 Go to resources on...

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Class Notes – Psychology 206 – 9/1/08 * Go to “resources” on Sakai to access the “exercises” section For Wednesday, do exercise #2 (print the README and the actual worksheet) Go to the “archives” section to print a sample quiz for the Quiz on September 12, 2008 FOR WEDNESDAY o Read 19-24 and pps. 29-48 Write down your questions o Exercise #2 (on SAKAI) TODAY’S AGENDA : 1.) The article (exercise #1) 2.) Chapter #1 in our textbook a. Science is ________ 3.) Causal relationships 4.) New ideas in chapter #2 a. 3 interrelated ideas Exercise #1 – Wise as Serpents o Question everything – think about everything o Life philosophy o Wise as Serpents – most important part of the sermon There is a hard headed way to look at the world – that is what this course is about Approach the course from an analytical perspective
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Scientific Method Karl Popper – We should be skeptics, but we should be reasonable at the same time. Be informed, be knowledgeable.
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2009 for the course PSYCH 206 taught by Professor Kenney-benson during the Fall '07 term at Allegheny.

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