Assignment 3 - Fall 2010 PSYCHOLOGY 101 Unit 2 Assignment...

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Fall 2010 PSYCHOLOGY 101 Unit 2, Assignment Option 3-1 Applying Psychology to Life: Sensation and Perception Instructions: Identify and write about the 10 most important and practical things you learned from Modules 11-14 (Sensation and Perception). When you have completed all of the required components of this exercise, upload all pages of the assignment template to Blackboard within the Assignments section for this course. *Your completed assignment must: 1. Be spell and grammar checked 2. Include responses to the written questions that total a MINIMUM of 600 words (including only your answers and not the words in the questions). Papers shorter than the MINIMUM count of 600 words will receive scores of 0. 3. Be uploaded to Blackboard as a Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) or as a Rich Text Format (.rtf) document. 4. Use a font size of 12 point. 5. Use one of the following font types – Times New Roman (recommended) or Courier. The same font type and font size must be used throughout the entire document. *The requirements stated above are minimum requirements (i.e., if these requirements are met a score no lower than 10.5 (70%) will be assigned). Scores higher than 10.5 will be reserved for students whose work on this assignment exceeds the above-stated minimum requirements. Assignment Points (15 total points) Points Description of How Points are Earned 2 You listed AND provided definitions of 10 ‘things’ you learned from Modules 11-14 (Sensation and Perception). 1 Your definitions were cited and referenced in APA format.
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