Wednesday, March 31, 2021

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Mr Duez discussed:

  • Stress - distress vs. eustress (bad vs. good)
  • How some harness stress for benefit
  • Test is Today and due by Thursday at Midnight over Social Psych and Stress

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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

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Mr. Duez discussed:

  • Biopsychosocial health model
  • Catastrophic Thinking
  • Burnout
  • PTSD
  • Comparing the COVID-19 Pandemic to Spanish Flu (1918-1919)

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Monday, March 29, 2021

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Mr. Duez discussed:

  • General Adaptation Syndrome - GAS - Hans Selye's model 
  • BioPsychoSocial Health Model
  • Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918-1919 - What we learned
  • Quiz is Tuesday - Stress Health & Coping
  • Test is on Thursday (Social Psych & Stress/Health/Coping) 

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Friday, March 26, 2021

Agenda: Week of March 29 - April 2, 2021

Advanced Placement PSYCHOLOGY with Mr. Duez
Chapter 12: Social Psychology & Chapter 13: Stress, Health, & Coping

MON 3/29 - DO NOW: Name & describe 3 phases of Hans Selye’s General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS)

TUE 3/30 - DO NOW: Many students develop colds & other minor ailments during final exams. Why might this happen?

Quiz Ch 12 - Stress, Health, & Coping


WED 3/31 - DO NOW: You want to ask someone for a date, but you are afraid to risk rejection. You are experiencing what type of conflict?

Review of Social Psych from before the Break & Wrap up of Stress, Health, & Coping

THU 4/1 - DO NOW: What is the most appropriate conclusion that can be drawn based on the figure below? Explain how the data depicted in the graph are consistent with the exhaustion stage of the general adaptation syndrome. A researcher wants to conduct another study using the same variables, but wants to set it up as an experiment. Explain one reason that an institutional review board (IRB) might not approve this new study.
TEST - CH 12 - Social Psych & CH 13 Stress


TUESDAY 3/30 - Quiz Ch 12 - Stress, Health, & Coping
THURSDAY 4/1 - TEST - CH 12 - Social Psych & CH 13 Stress

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Mr. Duez discussed:

  • Type A & Type B Personalities
  • Stress - stress response & appraisal of stress
  • Hans Selye & GAS - General Adaptation Syndrome - Stages of Stress Response
  • Crash Course Psych - Stress
  • Video with Questions to answer are due in Schoology tonight

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Wednesday, March 24, 2021

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Mr. Duez discussed:

  • Introduction to Stress, Health, & Coping
  • 4 Types of Stress
  • Response to stress - Approach-Avoidance scenarios
  • Video - college lecture about stress & evolutionary biological impact on today's world. 

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Tuesday, March 23, 2021

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Due to technical difficulties with the Screen-cast software (I attempted to record 2 of them today), please consult these notes and videos today and I'll attempt to make them again tomorrow (Fingers Crossed). 

    Crash Course Psychology: Social Thinking
    Why do people do bad things? Is it because of the situation or who they are at their core? In this week's episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank works to shed a little light on the ideas of Situation vs. Personality. Oh, and we'll have a look at the Stanford Prison Experiment... It's alarming. 
    If you are currently in need of help:
    Table of Contents:
    Social Psychology 01:29
    Fundamental Attribution Error 02:04
    Dual-Process Theory of Persuasion 03:18
    Foot-In-The-Door Phenomenon 04:35
    Stanford Prison Experiment 05:12
    Cognitive Dissonance 8:08

    Monday, March 22, 2021

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    Mr. Duez discussed:
    • Group Behavior
    • Bystander Effect
    • Fundamental Attribution Error
    • We will begin the next chapter tomorrow over Stress, Health, & Coping
    • Assignment due Friday - Video Questions over Stress on Schoology

    Wednesday, March 17, 2021

    Agenda: Week of March 22-26, 2021

    Advanced Placement PSYCHOLOGY with Mr. Duez
    Chapter 12: Social Psychology & Chapter 13: Stress, Health, & Coping
    MON 3/22 - Explain each of these terms & use an example: Fundamental Attribution Error, Self-serving Bias, Actor-perceiver Bias, Groupthink, Social Loafing

    VIDEO: Crash Course Psychology: Social Influence 

    VIDEO: Is the Bystander Effect Real? 

    VIDEO: Bystander Effect: Science of Empathy 

     TUE 3/23 - What trends does the chart below show?

    VIDEO: Dr. Michael Howard - Stress & Stress Management

    WED 3/24 - Name the 4 principal types of stress?
    THU 3/25 - It is the weekend before a major psychology exam on Monday, & Janine is experiencing total panic even though she is thoroughly prepared & aced the previous two psychology exams. Janine’s panic illustrates what?


    FRI 3/26 - What is the difference between TYPE A & TYPE B personality type?
    Stress, Portrait of a Killer w/Questions due on Schoology by midnight


    VIDEO: CRASH COURSE - Psych: Emotions, Stress, & Health 

    FRI: Stress, Portrait of a Killer w/Questions due on Schoology by midnight
    TUE - next week: Quiz - CH 13: Stress, Health, & Coping
    THU - next week: TEST - CH 12 & 13 - Social Psych & Stress/Health/Coping

    Thursday, March 11, 2021

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    Mr. Duez discussed:
    • Quiz on Social Psych by midnight tonight on Schoology
    • Mere-Exposure Effect
    • Social Psychology - Group impact
    • Social Facilitation
    • Social Inhibition
    • Group Polarization

    Wednesday, March 10, 2021

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    Mr. Duez discussed:

    • Social Loafing
    • Normative Social Influence
    • Asch Experiment - Conformity
    • Stanford Prison Experiment - Power of the Situation

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    Tuesday, March 9, 2021

    For those of you in AP Euro and AP US History

    In this video Heimler walks you through the details of what you need to know for the digital AP exams for 2021. Everything here applies to AP World History, AP U.S. History, and AP European History. 

    The digital 2021 AP Exams have a lot more requirements and details than the digital (online) exams you took last year (2020), so you need to make sure you keep up to date on the requirements the College Board is putting out. Here I'll take you through some big ideas:

    1. General Information about the digital exam, including whether the digital exam is easier than the paper exam.

    2. Security measures, including what the College Board is doing about cheating on the 2021 AP Exams.

    3. Tech requirements.

    4. What you need to do to get prepared.

    5. A sample of the questions you'll see in the digital testing application. 

    Additionally, I'll take you through the process you need to follow if you have submission issues after completing your exam. 

    If you want to read the College Board's document yourself, here it is:

    2021 Digital AP Exam - Review of Details by Heimler

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     Mr. Duez discussed:

    • Quiz on Thursday - Social Psych
    • Obedience and Conformity

    Monday, March 8, 2021

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    Mr. Duez discussed:

    • Quiz on Thursday over Social Psych - last grade of the nine week period
    • Finished Personal Perceptions, Stereotypes notes

    Saturday, March 6, 2021

    Agenda: Week of March 8-12, 2021

    Advanced Placement PSYCHOLOGY with Mr. Duez
    CH 12 - Social Psychology
    MON 3/8 - DO NOW: People were asked to sign a petition in support of a political candidate. Later, those who signed the petition were asked to donate money to the candidate, and many of them did. This phenomenon is best characterized as what?

    VIDEO: Crash Course Psychology: Prejudice & Discrimination 

    TUE 3/9 - DO NOW:  Individuals are most likely to obey when demands are made by a(n) ________.

    Duez Notes: Altruism, Conformity, Obedience, part I

    Video: Crash Course Psychology: Social Thinking 

    WED 3/10 - DO NOW: The graphic depicts what social psychology phenomenon?
    Screenshot from 2016-03-02 14-30-32.png

    VIDEO: Crash Course Psychology: Social Influence

    THU 3/11 - DO NOW: The tendency to develop a positive attitude toward a product that has been advertised repeatedly in the media is referred to as _____________________.

    Quiz CH 12 - Social Psychology

    Duez Notes - Behavior in Groups, part I

    FRI 3/12 - DO NOW: Ashley began her banking career as a teller, but she was quickly promoted to increasingly more responsible managerial positions. Despite the fact that she has very limited experience to justify her promotions, she believes that she has been successful because she is very talented. What explanation can Ashley use to justify her success?

    VIDEO: Crash Course Psychology: Aggression vs. Altruism

    Thursday, March 11 - Quiz CH 12 - Social Psychology

    No Assignments. 
    Be safe & Have Fun.

    Friday, March 5, 2021

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    Mr. Duez discussed:

    • SAT
    • Vaccination - He received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine yesterday morning.
    • Discrimination - babies - is it nature or nurture? Or are both involved?
    • Elliot's Iowa Classroom - Blue Eyes vs. Brown Eyes - the nature of teaching discrimination

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    Mr. Duez shows off where he got his vaccination - The J & J injection

    Thursday, March 4, 2021

    Thursday - 4th Period

    Today I am out due to an appointment at NRG to get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. I feel like I won the lottery. Very lucky to get it. 

    Students will watch the documentary, "A Class Divided" link to it below and it should be also already pulled up on the monitor. 

    Explain to students that they can take notes and we will discuss it tomorrow in class. 

    Reminder: Article on Schoology: The Rarely Told Story of Zimbardo's Prison Experiment is due by midnight on Friday. And the quiz for Social Psych is next Thursday.

    Students eat "C" Lunch from 12:08 - 12:36. 

    Should be able to finish the documentary before lunch. It is 50 minutes. 

    After lunch they can use that time to work on the article on Schoology or work on other class work. 

    Video: Frontline - "A Class Divided" Jane Elliott's '68 Iowa classroom - Blue/Brown Eyes

    Tuesday, March 2, 2021

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     Mr. Duez discussed:

    • Article - Zimbardo's Prison Experiment - due on Friday
    • We will not have class tomorrow, due to the SAT day. But, on Thursday I will only see 4th period. We will watch the documentary in class - Frontline A Class Divided. The Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes classroom simulation by Jane Elliot in 1968. On Friday we'll review that and catch up. I didn't realize that we would be losing 1st and 3rd periods on Wednesday completely. 
    • Introduction to Social Psychology

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    Monday, March 1, 2021

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    Mr. Duez discussed:

    • Personality - the last part - Social-Cultural, Behavioral & Biological Perspectives
    • Rotter - Locus of Control
    • Crash Course - Measuring Personality
    • TEST over Personality is today - due Tomorrow by midnight on Schoology
    • Today is the deadline for payment for the AP Test - get that done.
    • SAT day is Wednesday - we will not have class.
    • Tomorrow we'll start Social Psych

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