L1HistMeth.w11.lecturenotes

L1HistMeth.w11.lecturenotes - Psych 240: Introduction to...

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Psych 240: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology Winter Semester, 2011 Instructor: James Hoeffner GSIs Kelly Burmeister Sara Festini Angela Hua Kamin Kim Brian Vickers Cheng Wang
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Plan for Today Introductions. Mechanics of the Class: overrides, grading, schedule, course details. History and Methodology What is cognitive psychology, how did it start, how does it differ from earlier approaches?
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Introducing Our GSIs Kelly Burmeister Sara Festini Angela Hua Kamin Kim Brian Vickers Cheng Wang
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The Mechanics Overrides Schedule Ctools site Grades Discussion Sections
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Sections/Overrides Sections start on Monday. 1. Attend the first meeting of any section • Even if you’re already registered! Or you could lose your spot. 2. We have a fixed number of students per section (25). A. If you’re not registered: Be on waitlist on Wolverine. You want in, have to come to the section. Someone has to drop to make an opening. B . If you are already registered in one section and you want to switch to another let your GSI know, we will try to facilitate switches.
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Textbook/Readings Textbook: . Cognitive Psychology: Mind and Brain. Pearson, Prentice Hall. ISBN# 0131940686. (packaged with Current Directions in Cognitive Science). Also, have some readings in pdf form on Ctools site (under resources)
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Ctools Site I will post a variety of useful materials on the CTools site: Syllabus (already there). Lecture slides (post them day before by 5pm). Exam review sheets.
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Syllabus/Contact/Schedules
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Grades! 3 exams (70%) Paper (25%) Weekly quizzes (5%)
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Exams Exams = 70%. All the exams are multiple choice and will be based on the lectures, textbook chapters and articles. Each exam will focus on material from one third of the class.
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It’s very difficult to devise make-up exams that are equivalent to the actual exams and that will test you fairly if you miss an exam. So, only in extraordinary circumstances can
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course PSYCH 240 taught by Professor Gehring during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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L1HistMeth.w11.lecturenotes - Psych 240: Introduction to...

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