Adv IP Psychology 03.00 Experiment

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03.00 Experiment

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Your activity for this lesson will be to complete a graphic organizer on the concepts discussed in the crash course videos and a synopsis activity for each video.

There are several extra videos that also relate to Module 3 at the bottom of the page.  We highly recommend that you watch the videos in the order they were created by Hank.

PART 1: Sensation & Perception – Crash Course Psychology #5

Define the concept based on the video and provide two examples, one from Hank and one of your own.  (Please define in your own words and give an example in a complete sentence.)

  Definition: Example from Hank:
Absolute Threshold Give an example from Hank:

 

Signal Detection Theory Give an example from Hank:

 

Sensory Adaptation Give an example from Hank:

 

Difference Threshold Give an example from Hank:

 

Give your own example:

 

 

PART 2: Synopsis: (answer in a full 5-8 sentence paragraph)

How does Hank explain parallel processing? Give an example that you would use to explain this to someone outside psychology.

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PART 3: Homunculus – Crash Course Psychology #6

Use the graphic organizer to take notes on the concepts explained in the video. (Please define in your own words and give an example in a complete sentence.)

  Definition Examples
Kinesthesis Give an example from Hank:

 

Give your own example:

 

Vestibular Give an example from Hank:

 

Give your own example:

 

 

PART 4: Synopsis: (answer in a full 5-8 sentence paragraph)

Hank talks about sensory interaction.  Have you ever experienced this?  Give a specific example.

 

 

 

 

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PART 5: Multiple Choice question

For the following multiple choice question you will:

  1. Identify the correct answer.
  2. Explain why it is correct.
  3. Explain why the other 4 choices are incorrect

After spending hours in her kitchen preparing dinner, Rebecca no longer notices the strong smell of garlic until her guests arrive and mention the smell. Her failure to notice the smell of garlic illustrates

  1. Kinesthesis.
  2. Absolute threshold.
  3. Sensory adaptation.
  4. Vestibular sense.
  5. The just-noticeable difference.
1. C.   
2.  
3. –

Crash Course Psychology Videos #7-10 are also important for module 3.  We highly recommend that you watch and take notes on those videos before taking the module 3 exam.

(Hint:  LOTS and LOTS of the terms for the mod 3 journal are in these videos AND they are hilarious!)

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03.00 Experiment

(Go to FILE, then DOWNLOAD AS, and pick a file that works for you)

Your activity for this lesson will be to complete a graphic organizer on the concepts discussed in the crash course videos and a synopsis activity for each video.

There are several extra videos that also relate to Module 3 at the bottom of the page.  We highly recommend that you watch the videos in the order they were created by Hank.

PART 1: Sensation & Perception – Crash Course Psychology #5

Define the concept based on the video and provide two examples, one from Hank and one of your own.  (Please define in your own words and give an example in a complete sentence.)

  Definition: Example from Hank:
Absolute Threshold Give an example from Hank:

 

Signal Detection Theory Give an example from Hank:

 

Sensory Adaptation Give an example from Hank:

 

Difference Threshold Give an example from Hank:

 

Give your own example:

 

 

PART 2: Synopsis: (answer in a full 5-8 sentence paragraph)

How does Hank explain parallel processing? Give an example that you would use to explain this to someone outside psychology.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PART 3: Homunculus – Crash Course Psychology #6

Use the graphic organizer to take notes on the concepts explained in the video. (Please define in your own words and give an example in a complete sentence.)

  Definition Examples
Kinesthesis Give an example from Hank:

 

Give your own example:

 

Vestibular Give an example from Hank:

 

Give your own example:

 

 

PART 4: Synopsis: (answer in a full 5-8 sentence paragraph)

Hank talks about sensory interaction.  Have you ever experienced this?  Give a specific example.

 

 

 

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PART 5: Multiple Choice question

For the following multiple choice question you will:

  1. Identify the correct answer.
  2. Explain why it is correct.
  3. Explain why the other 4 choices are incorrect

After spending hours in her kitchen preparing dinner, Rebecca no longer notices the strong smell of garlic until her guests arrive and mention the smell. Her failure to notice the smell of garlic illustrates

  1. Kinesthesis.
  2. Absolute threshold.
  3. Sensory adaptation.
  4. Vestibular sense.
  5. The just-noticeable difference.
1. C.   
2.  
3. –

Crash Course Psychology Videos #7-10 are also important for module 3.  We highly recommend that you watch and take notes on those videos before taking the module 3 exam.

(Hint:  LOTS and LOTS of the terms for the mod 3 journal are in these videos AND they are hilarious!)

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