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Then, as you are reading and responding to at least 2 of your peers, be sure to reference a specific point, idea, or question raised by their post and then offer your reaction. You can state some new information you learned or you can relate your peer's post to an example from your own life. In other words, avoid responses like "I agree!" or "Good job on your post." Rather, say something like, "Stan, your post about Selective Attention was very helpful. The way you worded it as two levels of processing made a lot of sense to me. It reminds me of how much of our day takes place on two levels. I was talking on my cell phone the other day and realized I couldn't even remember the trip from Asheville to Waynesville; but, somehow I made it." Essentially, in your peer responses, you want to find something in your peer's post that made you think about the content differently or gave you a new idea about the subject matter that would relate. Respond about this. Also, add your own observations that tie in with your peer's response. Your initial discussion board posting should be thorough and more detailed. Your 2 peer responses will be shorter and less detailed but should still contain something of substance (i.e. not just "I agree or "Good point.") Hope this guidance helps.
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  • Spring '18
  • Steven E Wampler
  • Psychology, Carol Dweck, Stan, Corpus callosum, Phineas Gage, Split-brain

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