Friday, November 8, 2013

Study Resources for Developmental Psychology

Oh man! We've got challenges ahead on Developmental Psych test, so here are some resources for you to use as you rise to meet those challenges. sure to review the unit objectives for Developmental Psych because they will provide you with an overview of what you will need to know for Tuesday's test. With so many theories, theorists, and developmental stages to remember (from both the book and in class), it is easy to "miss" a big idea just by forgetting to study that topic. If you can do all of the things on that list, you'll be in good shape.

(Note: you can always find the unit objectives for any course unit in two places: by clicking the "Unit Objectives" tab at the top of this page, and they are always printed on the last page of your study guide.)

  1. Make sure you've got your vocabulary down. Lots of terminology this unit that you will need to know how to apply to examples. Make Quizlet your friend. 
  2. If you haven't already, carefully go through your printed Study Guide (you picked it up after the quiz), treating it like a practice test. If you are getting all of these right, move on to more difficult challenges. If you are missing questions, look up the answers on the page numbers provided for you, or see me for an explanation.
  3. If you think you know all there is to know about developmental psych, try some more of these practice multiple choice questions. Or maybe these
  4. Come to the study session on Monday evening from 5-7 PM. We'll put your knowledge to the test and work through some practice FRQs.
Happy Studying! Let's start Second Quarter with a great first test performance!

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