Here's what you need to do to stay up to speed in AP Psych:
- View today's notes/presentation on the connection between emotion and health. The show is embedded below, and also can be accessed here. There are a number of links that you will be cued to access during the show, and I've posted them below for your convenience.
- Also for your convenience, I've linked the slide presentation without narration so you can click through it at your own pace, as well. Please note that I only take students through Slide 23 during today's notes (the rest we will address on Friday, hopefully, and the rest of that stuff will likely be revised this evening).
- Finish your Emotion Theory Poster project. This will be due tomorrow (Friday), again, assuming we have classes.
Note: I have been asked by several people whether I will be collecting the Chapter 14 Reading Questions, since that was originally designed as an out-of-class assignment in case of a snow day. Since my morning classes did get this info directly, AND because I think it would be unfair to collect it for a grade for some classes and not others, I will not be collecting your responses for a grade. Since I recorded this video last night (when I didn't know if we would have classes at all), that is not clear in the video, and I apologize for the confusion. HOWEVER, the questions should be helpful in your studying for Monday's Motivation & Emotion test, since you could be asked about these things on the exam. Watching today's presentation should provide you with answers to these questions.
- Microexpressions Video Clip If the in-presentation one runs slowly for you, try viewing it here.
- Challenge: Can you Read People's Emotions? See how good you are at detection emotion based on still images of people's faces!
- Test: Are You a Type A or Type B? Find out how you would score on Friedman & Rosenman's personality typology, and what this means for your health.