13._Motivation_Slides_3

13._Motivation_Slides_3 - 8/23/2010 Without curve, average...

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8/23/2010 1 Without curve, average was 20/30 Added extra credit plus 5 point curve Adjusted average was about 84% Everyone here today can end up with an A No matter how good the strategy, every once and awhile it’s good to look at the results and reassess. Slightly more detailed slides Slower lecture pace Supplemental material Did you attend lecture and take notes? Did you review on a daily basis? Did you meet 2x/week to discuss? Did you bring questions to office hours?
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8/23/2010 2 T/F: Can you identify anything that you are certain is false? A good test is designed to have tempting distracters Use the allotted time. Think through every question. Treat the test as a learning opportunity ▫ What’s unique about human motivation? Strategies for clarifying what you want Strategies for getting what you want How consistent are your actions with how you believe you should be living? Who’s the better hunter?
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8/23/2010 3 Can pursue goals with greater flexibility Often involves intermediate goal states with no inherent reinforcement or adaptive value Risk in that goals can become detached from adaptive ends
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