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PSYC 331 Intro and Lecture 1 -- ELMES

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1 PSYC 331 Introduction Introductions and Course Overview
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2 Introductions Go over the Syllabus Discuss instructor and student expectations Suggest study recommendations Start lecture 1 In lab today – get set up and go over Blackboard Overview
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3 PSYC 331– Experimental Methods and Analysis I Instructor – Dr. Diane Alonso TAs – Holly VanderWalde TBA Course meeting times: Lecture: W, F 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. Lab (8620): W,F 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Lab (8621): W,F 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. Classrooms: Lecture: Building III, room 2225 Lab: Building III, room 2211 Introduction
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4 Syllabus Read through Use as a reference – specific information may change throughout the semester Make notes of due dates, exam dates, and quiz dates and plan accordingly Make notes of grading methods and weighting of grades Understand what constitutes academic dishonesty
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5 Study Recommendations PQRST Method proposed by Thomas Staton: “P” = Preview
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