Browse Classroom Activities - 27 results

Aggression
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with Jon Mueller, fl. 2003 (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: jfmueller.faculty.noctrl.edu
Instructional and informational material pertaining to the concept of "Aggression".
with Jon Mueller, fl. 2003 (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: jfmueller.faculty.noctrl.edu
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Attitudes and Behavior
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with Jon Mueller, fl. 2003 (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: jfmueller.faculty.noctrl.edu
Instructional and informational material pertaining to the concepts of "Attitudes and Behavior".
with Jon Mueller, fl. 2003 (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: jfmueller.faculty.noctrl.edu
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Classroom Activity 1: Bobo Doll Experiment
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with Barbara Herrington (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: academic.pgcc.edu
Have students watch at least five programs on television and count the number of aggressive acts in different types of programs. Prior to starting the assignment, develop operational definitions of aggression in class so students know what to look for. Have students summarize their findings and compare them with f...
with Barbara Herrington (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: academic.pgcc.edu
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Classroom Activity 1: Bystander Effect Experiment
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written by Amy C. Fineburg (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: www2.hoover.k12.al.us
"Have students work in pairs. For this activity, one person will need help in some way. Below are some suggestions: o Carrying a large/heavy/cumbersome load and needing assistance opening a door o Dropping a load of books/pencils/paper, etc. o Looking for something you have lost (should require planting something...
written by Amy C. Fineburg (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: www2.hoover.k12.al.us
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Classroom Activity 1: Conformity Experiment
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written by Amy C. Fineburg (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: www2.hoover.k12.al.us
"Social Norm Violation: Have students work in pairs. One person violates the norm while the other watches the situation from a distance. Instruct students to violate a simple social constraint that is not illegal. Below are suggested activities (caution students not to deviate from the list): o Ask someone for h...
written by Amy C. Fineburg (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: www2.hoover.k12.al.us
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Classroom Activity 1: Facial Affect Experiments
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written by British Broadcasting Corporation (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: www.bbc.co.uk
Take the online test of spotting the fake smiles at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/mind/surveys/smiles/index.shtml
written by British Broadcasting Corporation (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: www.bbc.co.uk
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Classroom Activity 1: Halo Effect
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with Diane L. Finley (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: academic.pgcc.edu
Students enjoy examining advertisements for the characteristics of the source, content, and target audience that have been found to influence the effectiveness of persuasive communications. Such an exercise may be implemented in various ways. Students may be asked to bring ads from the print media to class to demo...
with Diane L. Finley (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: academic.pgcc.edu
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Classroom Activity 1: Happiness Experiments
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with Larissa Rzemienski, fl. 2012 (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: psychcentral.com
Every once in a while, I like to do a quick quasi-experiment with my psychology classes. I hand out slips of paper to everyone in the class. It appears to the students that all of these papers are the same, although they in fact are quite different. Half of the class has just received a slip asking them to name th...
with Larissa Rzemienski, fl. 2012 (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: psychcentral.com
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Classroom Activity 1: Prejudice Experiments
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written by American Psychological Association (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: www.apa.org
"Privilege Exercise (Arnie Kahn, adapted from Peggy McIntosh) Have students stand in a straight line (quite close together) and request that they hold hands with the person on either side of them for as long as possible and refrain from speaking during the exercise. Then ask: If you were ever called names becau...
written by American Psychological Association (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: www.apa.org
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Classroom Activity 1: Teaching Ethics
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with Judith Warchal, fl. 2011 and Ana Ruiz, fl. 2011 (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: teachpsych.org
Classroom activities to help teach the role of ethics in psychology.
with Judith Warchal, fl. 2011 and Ana Ruiz, fl. 2011 (2013, originally published 2013),
Source: teachpsych.org
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