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PSYC 2274- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 43 pages long!)

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC2274
Professor
Sean Mac Evoy

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[PSYC 2274] Comprehensive spring guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com PSYC2274 - Sensation and Perception T/Th 12-1:15 GRADING: 3 non-cumulative exams (70% of final) ● 3rd exam is NOT a final, just during finals. Paper summaries (26% of final) ● 2 → read an original paper and write about it. ● Further instructions on Canvas. Class participation counts! ● Like extra credit… ASSIGNMENTS: Look on Canvas for more accurate due dates. LECTURE SLIDES: Posted to Canvas AFTER lectures. EXTRA INFORMATION: Class has a substantial neuroscience emphasis! ● Prior knowledge is not assumed… Class attendance is not taken. ● But is still necessary! ● Exams will be more on class material vs. textbook. ● Take notes in class AND read book. Transcribe notes frequently for comprehension. ● Make note of questions and go to office hours! Most students earn a B/B+ Exams are hard! ● Average is very low → scaled to an 85 at the end of the semester. ● Raw grades do not matter as much as standing average in the class! find more resources at oneclass.com
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