Chapter 2 Assignment
APPLYING OPERANT CONDITIONING
follows a behavior.
is removed following
Chapter 5 Assignment
1. What are the symptoms of PMDD? Can you identify the risk factors for PMDD? What are some
2. Have you ever experienced the negative triad of depression? If so, what was it like? If not, what
prevents you from thinking th
This movie takes you through the life of Anna, a young girl in her teens. Anna lived a normal life with her
older sister, Alex. Annas mother came down with a terminal illness. For unknown reasons, Annas
mother is killed in a fire.
Chapter 1 Assignment
Read the three scenarios below, and reflect your opinion about whether the individual has, may
have, or does not have a mental illness.
Person HAS a mental illness
Person MAY HAVE a mental illness
Person DOES NOT HAVE a mental illness
Chapter One Summary
1.1 Solving Equations- 85%
Lesson 1.1 covers solving equations using addition and multiplication principles. The addition principle
includes adding and subtracting and the multiplication principle
September 20, 2016
Phineas Gage/ Alien Hand Syndrome
Phineas P. Gage, born July 9th, 1823, was an American railroad construction foreman until
an unfortunate accident in which a large iron rod was driven complet
September 7, 2016
Nature Vs Nurture
The nature vs nurture debate is one of the oldest arguments in the history of psychology.
Nature refers to ones genes or DNA and nurture refers to ones life experiences or env
Chapter Two Summary
2.1: Graphs of Equations-100%
This lesson covers how to plot ordered pairs onto the first axis (x) and the second axis (y). Each
graph has four quadrants, representing positive and negative numbers
September 16th, 2016
Fallacious Reasoning Examples
Example: Taking the word of energy industry executives that nuclear power plants are safe. (Appeal to
Example: An elected offic
Chapter One Assignment
1. Wihelm Wundt, William James, and E.B. Titchener all believed that the mind and body were
2. The nature vs. nurture debate is the argument of what determines our personalities and
PHI-Chapter One Notes
What is an argument?
One or more statements (premises) offered in support of another statement (a conclusion)
Why do we argue?
Prove a point
2 Types of Logic:
Informal (mostly what class will study)