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121KatherineWest - doing. The positioning of the desk is...

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Katherine West Psychology 120 January 16, 2012 Orientation Module Exercise #11: Locations for Studying By completing the exercise on locations for studying I found the least distracting place for me to study is at my desk. I found this surprising because I rarely use my desk to study but it does make sense as to why it is the most beneficial study area. Due to the lack of electronics (minus the calculator) on and around my desk I’m not as distracted when studying. There are no phones, televisions, no loud music, and no conversations taking place that I might get drawn into joining - which I have a habit of
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Unformatted text preview: doing. The positioning of the desk is also very helpful in keeping me focused. The desk is facing a wall where I place all my books and a list of assignments to be completed. This keeps me on track and in the mindset of wanting to get my work done to a high standard. Sadly, I don’t tend to use my desk because I don’t like being isolated when studying. This is something I’m going to have to deal with and I know it will be beneficial because when I’m at my desk my work gets done a lot quicker than any other study area and to a higher standard as well....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course PSYC 120 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '12 term at Boise State.

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