Date
Essential Q (Understand)
VOCAB (Know)
Activities (DO)


*Paul Ekman
Universal emotions
3/29
Begin intelligence
After you go over exam, look at this
TIMETOAST to intelligence and take notes. Begin creating an empirical curve for IQ.


Is I.Q. a definitive measure of intelligence?

Intellectually disabled, yet gifted people

Savants - Kim Peek

Stephen Wiltshire
*Charles Spearman*Howard Gardner
*Robert Sternberg
*Raymond Cattell
*Normal curve
*Empirical rule
*Lewis Terman [Eugenics]

*SAVANT


Chris Langan - an IQ of 200!

*Create intelligence spectrum or continuum

ABSENT???
3/30
BATTLE OF BRAINS https://vimeo.com/107250116
Watch and answer Qs


3/31
BIG 5 personality test

MAKE A COPY OF THIS POWERPOINT
  • Slide #11 - make sure you reflected on BIG 5 traits and self efficacy
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Extra time - try PAUL EKMAN MICROEXPRESSIONS -
press puzzle box to continue
4/3



SLIDES COMPLETED
  • Hans Eysenck #19
  • Forest test (projective) #6
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*heritability
*factor analysis
We wrote positive traits about
one another on a paper. Then, we circled or
CLUSTERED SIMILAR TRAITS


ABSENT?? HERITABILITY
4/4
Freud
KAHOOT
Haiku on Defense Mechanisms
Defense mechanisms*RePression
*ReGression
*Reaction formation
*Displacement
*Projection
*Rationalization
*Sublimation

THANKS TO AMY KOCH*AP PSYCH TEACHER



4/5
Use:
a) Free Association
b) Hypnosis
c) Projective Tests
i. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) - describe picture
ii. Rorschach Inkblot - describe pattern
iii. Incomplete sentence or fill-in-blank test
*ID*Ego
*Superego
*Sexual stages
*Freudian slip
*Transference
*Projective tests
*Psychodynamic
-->Carl Jung
--->Karen Horney
---->Alfred Adler
PROJECTIVE TEST -View this Storify
4/6

*Reliability
-->test/retest
--->alt. forms
---> inter-rater aka internal consistency
----->split half
*Validity
-->face (m)
->construct (m)
----> convergent validity way to get construct
----->content (m)

---->criterion-referenced (p)
a) predictive
b)concurrent
Need more help or notes on reliabilityvalid
Ewww, even the college board has a page

PREZI

RELIABILITY - part I
VALIDITY PART I
PART II

#2 KAHOOT
4/7
Things to practice during Friday reading
SPORCLE - reliability & validity
NEW SECURE TEST ON PERSONALITY! 40 Qs
Extra credit for those who get 75% or higher!

SECURE TEST IN PERSONALITY 40 Qs



After Friday reading:
go to socrative.com and classroom "PM316" for 16 question quiz

Then we worked on PERSONALITY SLIDES

Albert Bandura -
Discovering Psych
-watch minute 7-9
for self-efficacy

Reciprocal determinism


4/10
TEST


4/11
4/12
4/13
4/18
4/19
4/20
Mental Illness presentations

For Penn Manor Students ONLY
Presentations begin TUESDAY


4/21
TreatmentPsychotherapy
Biomedical


4/23
More treatment - people SOCIAL




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REVIEW:
#3 - Jeopardy Review
or hangman intelligence review
Personality practice test
#51-100 Intelligence Practice test



STUDY

#1This KAHOOT

These document available to PM students only
#2 What does not belong by Ms. Welle - answerkey

#3 Psychometric principles PSYCHOMETRIC ANS




Annagram activity - only for the absent to view

Is I.Q. a definitive measure of intelligence?
Mentally retarded/intellectually disabled
Rainman
Savants - Kim Peek
Stephen Wiltshire
THE REAL RAINMAN - 46 minutes
Autistic boy - genius IQ
SUDDEN SAVANT!
Musical savant
Daniel Tamet
prepare intelligence debate:
IQ fundamentalism vs. crystallized
- nature v. nurture

IQ Fundis- Spearman, Goddard, Terman, Jensen
*Flynn Effect
*Savant
*Heritability
None of the above NY Yorker article

Read one-------------------------
  • PRIMARY SOURCE ON LEAD
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4626860

  • Babies IQ raised by breast milk and genes

http://news.duke.edu/2007/11/breastIQ.html


  • Brain volume, heretibility
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/10/071016131452.htm

Read one peer reviewed APA--------------------------------------------

  • Cultural analysis of Cattell's culture fair test PDF Dinero, 1981

  • Intelligence and culture- Sternberg Sternberg and Grigorenko, 2004

  • Dissecting Practical Intelligence - Gottfredson Gottfredson, 2001


Stereotype threat


Frasier Episode: Mamma Mia
xxxxxxSECOND DAY




*BIG FIVE
(Ocean or Canoe)


BALLOONS!

Always blow up. Repeat results. Consistent.
In the document of personal tests that you are sharing with the teacher: Title the document with NAME and TESTS
a) See Ms. Vita's Personality
b) Take the BIG FIVE (ocean, canoe) personality test
from Penn State IPIP-NEO 120 Qs, 60 per page
c) Take another version of the BIG FIVE personality test
You can take
------------->45 Qs Green out of UC Berkley

Write whether or not you think the test had RELIABILITY
Discuss alternate forms or test-retest

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ONLY after Ms. Vita goes over the WHOLE LESSON
should you attempt these.

#1 FInish PREZI slides 15-25
Ms. Vita did a screen recording of these slides if you are absent:

#2 Add to document--
a) Pick your favorite ice cream: Does this test have high face validity? predictive?
b) Take the distorted tunes test: Does this test have high face valdiity?
c) What current characteristic or criteria might someone have if they also have
a high score on the distorted tunes test? In other words, what would be a good example of concurrent validity?
d) Take the
What does your music preference say about you?MUSIC TEST - is this test more accurate or valid compared to ice cream test?
Give an example of concurrent validity or convergent validity that would support the validity of the music test.




BELOW IS OPTIONAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you need help with notes-


Possible Friday reading: Is BIG FIVE UNIVERSAL?

YOU ARE WHAT YOU LIKE.COM
- uses your facebook account to determine BIG 5
- this is totally optional, but SOOOOOO COOOOOOOL!
Uses facebook LIKES to determine BIG 5
AND SHOWS YOU YOUR FACEBOOK FRIENDS!!!

How do psychologists study the hidden mind or unconscious?

How do psychologists study our traits?

Help with idiographic, nomothetic trait theorists:
http://www.simplypsychology.org/nomothetic-idiographic.html
Projective Testsi. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) - describe picture
ii. Rorschach Inkblot - describe pattern
iii. Incomplete sentence or fill-in-blank test
PROJECTIVE TEST -View this Storify Take notes in
THE PACKET p. 28-29
+factor analysis


Personality tests

Raymond Cattell and the 16 PF (personality factor)

Cattell was first to define fluid, crystallized intelligence
Cattell proposed that we all have the same basic personality traits, but each has unique degrees.
Some of the 16 factors include warmth, intellect, emotional stability, aggressiveness, liveliness, dutifulness, social assertiveness, etc.
http://similarminds.com/cattell-16-factor.html

HANS EYSENCK personality test http://similarminds.com/eysenck.html



Albert Bandura - Discovering Psych -watch minute 7-9
for self-efficacy

Reciprocal determinism

Stress, locus of control experiment from The Mind

Annagram activity - only for the absent to view



BBC: Child of Our Time
Film links: a) 1/6 b) 2/6 c) 3/6 d) 4/6 e) 5/6 f) 6/6


Multiple Intelligences
Second multiple intelligence test
E-IQ test

Sternberg's Triarchic LOVE

My mental age test

Take screen-shot of results and discuss in google doc. We will have intelligence/personality profile in googledoc during this unit

From Shana