A technology of behavior in which basic principles of behavior are applied to solving real-world
Any activity of an organism that can be observed or somehow measured.
The two cases that I was given was case one is Rodger who is a healthy 62 year old who
has a wife and four children. He got his by a drunk driver and has been left paralyzed without
any movement of his body, cannot communicate besides shaking his head to
What is the role of the hippocampus in Lazarus's Appraisal Model
What is the role of the hippocampus in Lazarus's Appraisal Model?
As weve discussed, Lazaruss Appraisal Model is a cognitive evaluation of environmental
stressors. It consists
Module 10 Final Paper & Teaching Philosophy
Diversity at a Public School or Culture Study
Due Wed. April 26 (Final Paper) 50 points
Due Mon. May 15 (Teaching Philosophy) 10 points
You will choose one of the two options to complete your final
Parts A-B Initial posts are due by Monday, April 3, 10 pm; and
need to respond twice to other students posts by Wednesday,
April 5, 10 pm.
By the end of Module 8, you will have a deeper understanding
The CSU, Chico School of Education aspires to be a recognized leader in preparing professional
educators to meet the needs of a diverse society through innovation, collaboration and service.
Psychology of Teaching 414-03
California State University, Chico
Mike Carroll, Instructor
Psychology 414-03 The Psychology of Teaching (prerequisite is Psych 355)
Meeting time and place: Wednesday, 5:00-7:50 p.m. AJH 125B
Office: AJH 125B
Assignment EDTE 255
Instructor: David L. Teja, Ed.D
Final Self Reflection and Future Goals
Your final assignment for this class is to think about your experiences observing and
working with students in the classroom. Think about what you learned and the
Rachel Sleek and Jaime Rinetti
For our web we chose to use the plan, teach, assess, and reflect method to demonstrate
what it means to be an effective teacher. Our first category is plan, we believe one of the most
important aspects to effecting teaching
California State University, Chico
MAJOR ACADEMIC PLAN (MAP)
The Bachelor of Arts in Child Development
Degree Units: 120
Major Units: 55
Elective Units: 20
GE Area A [*C-]
GE Area A [*C-]
Department of Child Development, CSU Chico
Mock Interview Experience, Spring 2017
Interviewers, Students and Identified Positions
Josie Blagrave. Autism Clinic Director. CSU Chico
Rose Amador: Master of Arts in Martial & Family Therapy
Kate Buckley Class Notes:
Passed out candy!
Started with resume review
o Get it to a place where you love it
o Know that employers will glance rather than read your resume make sure the information you want them to know is available
How to make the most o
Psyc 391 Exam 1 Study Guide
Class notes and Jackson text:
ADLs hate pyramid
1 prejudiced attitudes
-not challenging belittling jokes
-scapegoating (assigning blame to people because of their group identity.
2 Acts of prejudice
PSYC 573: Self-Evaluation and Personal Theory Integration Paper
Instructions and Rubric
Overview: Students will write a cumulative self-evaluation report based on the weekly
evaluation forms given each lab. Prior to writing the self-evaluation, students s
573 Midterm Study Guide
The exam will include 60 multiple choice, short answer, and fill in the blank questions. Exam
questions will cover material from weeks 1-7 of the course.
The exam will also include three short essay response questions worth 5 point
Chapter 2 Learning Objectives
Identify the parts of a neuron.
Understand how neurons communicate.
Excitatory signal exceeds the inhibitory signal (threshold) and this triggers an action
Action potential reaches the end of the axon and mee
Chapter 3 Learning Objectives
Know the three major issues in developmental psychology.
Nature-nurture: how does our genetic inheritance (our nature) interact with our
experiences (our nurture) to influence our development?
Continuity and stages: wha
Chapter 7 Learning Objectives
What are the components of the three-stage memory model?
We first record to-be-remembered information as a fleeting
From there, we process information into short-term memory,
where we encode it through reh
Chapter 10 Learning Objectives
What is stress?
The process of appraising an event as threatening or
challenging, and responding to it
How a person responds to a situation or threat
Know gender differences in responses to stress, psychologically
Chapter 5 Learning Objectives
Differentiate between sensation and perception and bottom up versus top-down
Sensation: bottom-up process by which the physical sensory system receives and
Perception: top-down mental proce
Chapter 6 Learning Objectives
What is Associative Learning?
Our minds connect events that occur together in time and space. Linking two
events that occur close together.
What are the components of Classical Conditioning?
We learn to associate two s
Chapter 9 Learning Objectives
Know the key perspectives for understanding motivation.
Drive reduction theory
o We have physiological needs, and if those needs are not met, it
creates a drive that pushed to reduce the need we urge
o Goal is hom
Chapter 4 Learning Objectives
Understand the difference between gender and sex.
Gender- the characteristics our society defines as male and female
Sex- biological and physiological characteristics differ between male and female
Know the rel
Chapter 1 Learning Objectives
1. Understand the roots of psychology
Started in 1879 at a German University by Wilhelm Wundt
People wondered who are we and why we do the things that we do
Why we think, act, or do what we do
Roots reach back into biolog
Social Cognitive Theory
Albert Bandura began studying how people learn from observing the experiences of others
in the 1960s. His theory evolved to include personal characteristics such as cognition and
was deemed social cognition theory (1986).
Case Study 5 Burrhus Frederic Skinner
It is Saturday night, and Colleen is sitting in her dorm room alone, working on her nails, listening
to music, and wondering what is happening to her. She is an 18-year-old college freshman from