Psychology 1000: General Psychology (Section 7) Fall 2015

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1 Psychology 1000: General Psychology (Section 7) Fall 2015 Instructor: Julianne Gray Ludlam, Ph.D. Class Location: Middlebush 142 (WJ Aud) Class Time: T/Th, 2:00-3:15 PM CST Office Location: 25 McAlester E- mail: Office Hours: See Blackboard, on Phone: Not a good way to reach me Instructor/TA Info page Course Description General Psychology is a survey course, designed to give you a general introduction to psychology with its broad and diverse subject matter. You should become acquainted with the many subfields and approaches of psychological study, and should gain an appreciation for factors that influence human behavior. Finally, a primary goal of this course is to guide you to think critically about psychological issues and about any subject. Text Gazzaniga, M., Heatherton, T., & Halpern, D. (2014). Psychological Science, 5 th Edition. W.W. Norton & Co. Package ISBN: (Paperback, InQuizitive, and Ebook). Your required textbook is accompanied by InQuizitive, a useful set of online resources. Access to InQuizitive is required; you will need it to complete homework assignments. If you purchase the textbook from the campus bookstore, it will be bundled with an access code for InQuizitive. If you purchase the textbook elsewhere (Amazon, etc.), you will not have access to InQuizitive unless you purchase that code separately. The cost of purchasing separately is likely to be higher (a code for InQuizitive access alone is $20). You can purchase the traditional paperback textbook (which includes InQuizitive access and Ebook), OR you can purchase an electronic- only version, which includes just the Ebook and InQuizitive access. I strongly recommend the paperback textbook. Research has indicated that paper textbooks appear to be superior for comprehension, and I have found this in my classes. Regardless, be sure you have a copy of the book in some form, and be sure to purchase the fifth edition, as important changes have been made in this version. You can buy an electronic version, if necessary, by following the Ebook link on our course Blackboard site. Details on accessing InQuizitive will be provided in class and on Blackboard. The paperback will come wrapped with an access code; be careful when discarding packaging.

2 Teaching Assistant Philip Leflar will be the teaching assistant for this class. If you have questions about the course, you can contact him at His office location and hours will be on Blackboard, under Instructor/TA Info. He is available to answer questions on course content or management issues. He does not provide missed lecture notes. Grading GRADED ITEM POINTS PERCENTAGE OF GRADE 1. Exams 55 points each) % 2. Research Participation (or Alternative Assignments) % 3. Homework ( InQuizitive ) % 4. Class Participation (REEF/clicker responses) % Total Points Possible % This course uses weighted grades, meaning that percentages instead of points are used to calculate your grade. For more details, check the Grade Calculation page on our course Blackboard site. Letter grades for the course will be determined as follows: LETTER GRADE TOTAL PERCENTAGE A A A B B B C C C D D D F Below Grading Policies: Percentages will not be rounded up at any time in the class or in the submission of final grades. Do not expect a response to s asking me to round, adjust, or add points to your grade. Exam scores are adjusted when necessary; such adjustments are made immediately after each exam and applied to all students taking that exam. No other grade adjustments are made. 1. Examinations There will be four multiple- choice examinations. Exams will cover material from an approximate three- week period; they are not cumulative. Material will come from the book and lecture. All exams are required. Exams will be held during class periods on the dates indicated below and on the Class Schedule (see last page of this Syllabus), and are held in our regular classroom. There is no additional final exam during finals week. 2

3 Exam Schedule Thursday, September 17 th, 2:00-3:15 Middlebush 142 (Walter Johnson Auditorium) Thursday, October 15 th, 2:00-3:15 Middlebush 142 (Walter Johnson Auditorium) Thursday, November 12 th, 2:00-3:15 Middlebush 142 (Walter Johnson Auditorium) Thursday, December 10 th, 2:00-3:15 Middlebush 142 (Walter Johnson Auditorium) 2. Research Participation Basics: You can earn up to 32 points (10% of your grade) through participation in psychological experiments conducted during the semester. This is not extra credit, but a required part of the course. Experimentation is one way that psychologists attempt to understand human behavior. You can become involved in this process and experience first- hand how psychologists conduct research. Completing 12 credits (or 12 half- hours) of research participation earns you 32 points in the class. You sign up for the official experiments via an online system, the Psych 1000 Research Participation Website (also known as the Sona system ), located at: systems.com. During the first few weeks of classes, you can earn 2 easy credits via a Mass Pretest, or online Group Questionnaire. You do not logon to do the pretest. Just click the link on the front page of the site. For all other studies, you must logon at this webpage to receive credits for participating in experiments. Logon and Password: Your username and password for the website will be automatically created based on the class roster as of the first day of class. Shortly after the start of the semester, you should receive an to your university address with your logon and password. This is not your regular MU password. Please check your junk mail for this e- mail. If you do not receive an with your Research Participation username and password within the first 10 days of the semester, you should notify the Human Subjects Committee Clerk ), so that they can create an account for you. When you contact them, please include your first and last name, university UserID (pawprint), student number, course and section, and university address. I will announce in class the date by which you should have your username and password. Extra Credit for No No- Shows to Experiments: Extra credit can be earned in my course through Research Participation. It is assigned in the online sona- system. Students who have zero unexcused no- shows at the end of the semester will receive a 1- credit bonus. This translates to approximately 2.67 additional points in the class. More Information: You should read the detailed information about Research Participation available on our course Blackboard site (see the Research Participation tab). You can read about confidentiality, choices for completing the requirement, your rights as a participant, how to sign up for studies, how to receive credit, and contact information. Alternative Assignments: If you choose, you can complete Alternative Assignments instead of participating in actual research. To do an Alternative Assignment, you must write a 2- page, double- spaced, typed summary of one of the articles I post on our Blackboard site (on 3

4 the Research Participation page, scroll down to Alternative Assignments ). All summaries must use 1- inch margins and a 12- point font. Do not add extra spaces between paragraphs. Any alterations to formatting guidelines are likely to result in partial credit. A 2- page summary of one article is equivalent to 2 credits. You can earn 1 credit for each FULL page. Partial credit will be given for partial pages. You may do both experiments and alternative summaries, in any combination. If you choose to do only Alternative Assignments, 6 papers will substitute for the entire experimental requirement. (If you choose to do only Alternative Assignments, you are still eligible for the extra credit allotted for no no- shows. This credit is assigned to any student who has no no- shows in the sona system at the end of the semester.) All assignments must be e- mailed to the TA. Paper copies are not accepted. Credits are added directly to the sona system. Save all assignments for your records. The final deadline for alternative assignments is right before Reading Day and Finals Week. 3. Homework ( InQuizitive ) There are four sets of homework assignments required for this course. These homework assignments are completed online in InQuizitive, a digital resource connected with your textbook. Each set of assignments is worth 12 points; all four sets are equivalent to 48 points or 15% of your grade. To register and get started: 1. Follow the Homework InQuizitive link on the Homework / E- Resources page of our course Blackboard site. (It is important that you click this link at least once to link your account to our course.) 2. Select No, I need to register, purchase, or sign up for trial access. 3. Enter your name, school , and create a password. 4. As you complete registration, you will have three access options: a. If you have a registration code, enter it and click Register my Code. If you purchased from the campus bookstore, the code is bundled with your textbook. b. If you want to purchase digital product access online, select the I want to purchase access option. c. If you want to try digital products before purchasing, select the I want to sign up for 21 days of free trial access option. About the assignments: Homework assignments are designed to prepare you for exams, and therefore include an activity for all chapters being covered. Use the due dates to determine when to complete each activity. Due dates are listed on the Class Schedule (last page of this Syllabus) and on InQuizitive. Note that due dates are the same for the set of chapters being covered by each exam (for example, Chapters 1-3 are covered on Exam 1, so the activities for these chapters are all due on the same date). Also note that chapters are not covered in the order listed on InQuizitive or order of the chapters in the textbook, so it might be easier to view if you sort the chapter assignments by due date. 4

5 To maximize recall, complete assignments prior to the lecture in which the chapter is covered. However, you do have until the due date to complete the set of assignments. Due dates are set a few days prior to each exam date, but you can re- enter for practice after the due date has passed (no grade is assigned after the due date). Chapters without due dates are not covered in class; there is no homework assignment for those. For Help: For technical help with InQuizitive, go to Open a help desk ticket and provide them with your school (University of Missouri, Columbia), the instructor s name (Ludlam), and your section (7). They are very helpful and responsive. About Homework grades: Your total ongoing percentage will appear in your Grades on Blackboard. This total percentage is the item that will be calculated into your total grade. Due dates and policies: All homework assignments must be completed by the date and time indicated on the Class Schedule (last page of this Syllabus) and InQuizitive. There are no make- ups for homework. I will not respond to s asking for an extension or points for an assignment that was not submitted by the deadline. Assignments are available for several weeks, and it is your responsibility to complete all activities within the allotted timeframe. If you have problems while completing your homework, you must contact the instructor to report the problem before the deadline. 4. Class Participation (REEF Polling by i>clicker) Basics: This class uses the REEF Polling by i>clicker system to enhance your learning experience. This system helps me to gauge your understanding of the class content, and it gives everyone a chance to participate in a large class. During most lectures, I will ask you to respond to a few questions using REEF. Exactly 6.25% of your grade will be based on your responses to these in- class clicker questions. This information is also on our course Blackboard site, on the REEF/Clickers page. You will need to create a REEF Polling account to respond in class; I recommend using an i>clicker remote for responding. You may also respond with your smart phone or a tablet connected to the university s Wi- Fi; laptops are not allowed. I recommend the physical clicker because a phone/tablet invites distractions and relies on the stability of wireless. Follow these steps to set up REEF Polling and your clicker remote: 1. Click on the REEF link in my Blackboard course: You must create a REEF Polling account to earn points in my course. Note that you must follow the REEF link on our Blackboard site at least once in order to link your account to my course. If you do not click on this link at least once, your points will not transfer to your Grades. To do this, enter our Blackboard course site, and go to the REEF/Clickers page. Click on the REEF Polling link. This will direct you to set up an account. Use your university address and enter your pawprint in the Student ID field. If you need to change your address, password, or student ID, you should edit your account profile. Do not create and use more than one REEF Polling account, as you will only receive credit from a single account. Multiple accounts will result in lost points. 5

6 To use REEF Polling on your own device, you must purchase a subscription. If you purchased the REEF/Clicker bundle at the campus bookstore, you purchased a 6- month subscription. There is an access code included in the bundle. Enter that access code when requested while creating your account. Creating a REEF Polling account automatically starts a free 14- day trial subscription; you can also purchase online or in the app if needed. 2. Add a clicker to your REEF account: To use your i>clicker2 remote, you must register it with your REEF account. Register by logging into your REEF account, navigate to your profile and enter your 8- character clicker ID. If you have downloaded the REEF Polling app and paid for a subscription, you can then use either your registered clicker or a smart device to respond to classroom polls. You can review your session history no matter which device you use. About Points: For most in- class clicker questions, you earn points simply for responding. For some questions (usually review), selecting the correct response earns you the full point, but you still earn.25 of a point even if you are incorrect. Session points are typically uploaded to Blackboard over the weekend, for the past week s lectures. You should be able to track your responses in each lecture in your Grades on Blackboard. You should also be able to track your total Class Participation percentage in your Grades. This total is an ongoing indicator of your final percentage- based grade for Class Participation. Your total percentage combines response points from all sessions, and it is this item that is calculated into your total grade. Drops: I use this system to help you learn, and to check that you are understanding concepts. Although attendance is tracked via your responses, I am not interested in forcing you to come to class just to get clicker points. Because I am focused on your learning and not on your attendance, I will drop your six lowest session scores at the end of the semester. This means that the occasional forgetting of your clicker or problems with your clicker will not cost you points, and that you can miss class when necessary. This policy also applies to athletes who must miss class for school- sponsored events; no student needs to provide me documentation for missing a regular class. Your Responsibilities: With this learning focus in mind, you have several responsibilities regarding class participation. Please read through all of these items carefully, and make sure you are willing to do them. It is your responsibility to: 1. Check that your points are showing in your Grades on Blackboard. You are responsible for creating a REEF account and making sure you have linked to our course. If you do not have points in your Grades, you will not earn the 6.25% allotted for Class Participation. 2. Remember to bring your clicker or smart device to every class. You may not turn in responses on paper, nor do I have extra clickers to loan. You may not come up and tell me that you are in class to receive points. 6

7 3. Keep track of your remote. I recommend using a permanent marker to write your name and some form of contact information on the clicker in case it is lost (or gets mixed up with someone else s clicker). 4. Keep your clicker in working order, have extra batteries, and have it set to the appropriate frequency. The correct frequency will be stated in class. You should check during class to see that your responses are recorded; you should see a checkmark on your clicker when your answers are received. It is best to look at your clicker and not the screen when you are ready to choose an answer. 5. Resolve all score issues in a timely manner. If you notice that your points are not showing up in your Grades, you must notify me immediately. I do not guarantee that I will adjust any scores from more than 3 weeks prior to an notification. Please note that the use of another person s clicker, having someone use your clicker, or submitting responses for a fellow student in any way is considered cheating. The same policies that apply to plagiarized written work also apply to the inappropriate use of clickers. If you are caught responding for another student or have responses for a class that you did not attend, you will forfeit all Class Participation points and may face additional disciplinary action. If you have any problems, go to education.com/ for help. You can tech support from this site, and they will respond weekdays from 9:00AM to 9:00 PM. General Course Policies Basic Classroom Guidelines To create a learning community, please be respectful and courteous to your fellow classmates and the instructor. Here are the guidelines I ask you to follow to help us learn: I start lectures on time. Be prepared to start on time as well. Try not to leave before the end of lecture so as not to distract others. Avoid chatting during lecture. Side conversations are distracting to your fellow students and can negatively impact their grades. It is also rude to the instructor. Questions and comments: I welcome and enjoy your questions or comments during class. If I ask a question during lecture, I hope you will feel free to answer it. This can feel daunting in a large class, but I hope you will try. Although we use clickers to help you participate without the pressure of speaking in a large class, I hope you will occasionally take a chance and raise your hand. You could sit in the back for the whole semester and not participate, but it might be more enjoyable and more educational for you if you participate. Use of laptops in lecture: It is the policy of the Department of Psychology not to permit use of laptops in the General Psychology lectures. This decision is based partly on research showing that students who use laptops in large classes tend to earn lower grades in the class. The grades of students sitting next to those with laptops are also negatively affected. Laptop screens are often a distraction for neighboring students. I post an article on Blackboard about this issue, but the use of laptops is not allowed during lecture. 7

8 Slides I use slides during lectures and make a slide presentation available for each topic by posting it on our Blackboard site. Slides are usually available a day or two prior to each lecture; I will always post an announcement when they are ready to be downloaded. I recommend that you print out and take notes on the slides in class for several reasons. First, I cannot move through my slides at a rate that will satisfy all students. If you have the slides, you will not feel the need to ask me to slow down so you can write down everything on them. Second, trying to write down everything on the slides as well as what I say is not a good strategy. If you have the slides, you can listen carefully and write down important examples to help you study later. You may find this the ideal way to take notes in this class. Make- Up Policy Make- up exams are for emergencies only. You will be allowed to make up exams only if you provide appropriate documentation for your absence. In case of illness, your doctor or student health can provide verification. Deaths in the family also require documentation. Campus- affiliated activities may be verified by supervising staff or faculty. You will not be allowed to sit for a make- up exam without first providing documentation to the instructor. Please note that make- up exams do not follow the in- class review that I offer prior to each exam. They contain some short- answer questions in addition to some multiple- choice questions. Short- answer exams require tend to be more difficult than multiple- choice exams, so it benefits you to take the exam when it is given. No make- ups are available for in- class "REEF/Clicker" questions or homework. Attendance It is your responsibility to attend class. Assigned readings will not cover all required material, and lectures will be essential for determining what you will need to know for exams. It will be to your advantage to come to class. I do not give out notes, and neither does the TA for the course. If you miss a lecture, get a copy of the notes from a conscientious note- taker. You do not need to inform me of your absence. Study Tips On our course Blackboard site, you can download a PDF file of Study Tips (see the Syllabus and Course Info page). If you are struggling in the class, be sure to ask for help. I want you to succeed in my class and learn about psychology! Extra Credit The only opportunity for extra credit in this course is via Research Participation. If you have zero no- shows in the Psych 1000 Research Participation database (also referred to as the Sona system) at the end of the semester, you will automatically receive these points (equal to 1 Sona credit ). For details, see Research Participation above or on Blackboard. 8

9 Recording Lectures In this class, you may record audio of the lectures for personal use, but you may not distribute those recordings on any website or other public forum. If you would like to record my lectures with a tape recorder, please ask my permission. (I will probably recommend that you bring the recorder to the podium for the best recording.) University of Missouri System Executive Order No. 38 lays out principles regarding the sanctity of classroom discussions at the university (Section , Collected Rules and Regulations). Redistribution of audio or video recordings of statements or comments from the course to individuals who are not students in the course is prohibited without the express permission of the faculty member and of any students who are recorded. Students found to have violated this policy are subject to discipline (Section ). Intellectual Property Notice All course materials including but not limited to the syllabus, course assignments, and videos and content are property of the instructor and University and may not be shared or distributed in any manner to others. Students are prohibited from posting course materials or notes online and from selling notes to or being paid for taking notes by any person or commercial firm without the express written permission of the professor. Doing so will constitute both an academic integrity violation and a copyright violation. Violations of copyright laws could subject you to civil penalties and criminal liability. Violations of academic integrity may subject you to disciplinary action under University policies. Academic Honesty Academic integrity is fundamental to the activities and principles of a university. All members of the academic community must be confident that each person's work has been responsibly and honorably acquired, developed, and presented. Any effort to gain an advantage not given to all students is dishonest whether or not the effort is successful. The academic community regards breaches of the academic integrity rules as extremely serious matters. Sanctions for such a breach may include academic sanctions from the instructor, including failing the course for any violation, to disciplinary sanctions ranging from probation to expulsion. In this course, cheating, or the appearance of it, will result in an automatic zero. Such actions include displaying a test for others to see, looking at another person's test, attempting to communicate in any manner with another student during a test, or irregularities in research participation. Incidents will be reported to the Provost. MU Connect and Student Success Our course is involved in a student success early alert initiative at the University of Missouri. Throughout the term, you may receive s from MU Connect regarding your course grades, attendance, or academic performance. You can also login to Blackboard and click on the MU Connect tab to view academic alerts and detailed information. Please pay attention to these s and information and consider taking the recommended actions. 9

10 Accommodations For Students With Disabilities If you anticipate barriers related to the format or requirements of this course, if you have emergency medical information to share with me, or if you need to make arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please let me know as soon as possible. If disability- related accommodations are necessary (for example, a note taker, extended time on exams), please register with the Office of Disability Services ( S5 Memorial Union, , and then notify me of your eligibility for reasonable accommodations. For other MU resources for students with disabilities, click on "Disability Resources" on the MU homepage. Student Psychological Services The study of psychology can expose a student to a variety of issues with which many people can identify. An issue discussed or covered in class may have some personal relevance to you or to those close to you. The University offers confidential counseling services, at no charge, to registered students. These services may be acquired through the Counseling Center located at 119 Parker Hall

11 Class Schedule and Assignments Week Date Topic Assignments 1 8/25 Introduction, Course Overview None 8/27 Definition and Some History of Psychology Contemporary Perspectives on Psychology Ch 1 2 9/1 Research Methods Ch 2 9/3 Research Methods 3 9/8 Biological Bases of Behavior Ch 3, and p. 142 in Ch 4 9/10 Biological Bases of Behavior Clicker Registration Deadline 4 9/15 Biological Bases of Behavior/Exam 1 Review Homework 1 Due* 9/17 Exam 1 5 9/22 Sensation and Perception Ch 5 9/24 Sensation and Perception 6 9/29 Learning and Conditioning Ch 6 10/1 Learning and Conditioning 7 10/6 Memory Ch 7 10/8 Memory 8 10/13 Memory/Exam 2 Review Homework 2 Due* 10/15 Exam /20 Human Development Ch 9 10/22 Human Development 10 10/27 Personality Ch 13 10/29 Personality 11 11/3 Psychological Disorders Ch 14 11/5 Psychological Disorders 12 11/10 Psychological Disorders/Exam 3 Review Homework 3 Due* 11/12 Exam /17 Psychological Treatment Ch 15 11/19 Psychological Treatment 14 11/24 Thanksgiving Recess No Class 11/26 Thanksgiving Recess No Class 15 12/1 Social Psychology Ch 12 12/3 Social Psychology 16 12/8 Social Psychology/Exam 4 Review Homework 4 Due* Finals 12/10 Exam 4 (not cumulative) NO exam during Finals Week * All homework assignments must be completed by 11:59 pm CST, on date indicated. 11

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