Author:
Isabelle Gagne
Subject:
Psychology
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Assessment, Homework/Assignment
Level:
Community College / Lower Division
Provider:
Northern Essex Community College
Tags:
  • Mass CC Psych
  • Phineas Gage
  • Psychology
  • Psychopathology
  • phineas-gage
  • psychology
  • psychopathology
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Downloadable docs

    The story of Phineas Gage: A Critical Review of Psychological Concepts

    Overview

    Summary: Survey questions used to review Introduction to Psychology concepts in the area of Research Methods, Brain and Brain Imaging, and Psychopathology.

     

    These activities are designed to help students master the following course outcomes:

    MassTransfer Academic Pathways

    Discipline: Psychology

    General Psychology

    Student Learning Outcomes

     

    Note: The American Psychological Association (2013) provides guidelines for the undergraduate psychology major and, in those guidelines, outlines 5 learning goals for the major.  Introduction to Psychology is a foundational course within the major and, as such, upon completion of the course students will be able to exhibit basic competencies within each of the five areas.

    The story of Phineas Gage: A Critical Review of Psychological Concepts (Research Methods, Brain and Brain Imaging, and Psycopathology)

    Summary: Survey questions used to review Introduction to Psychology concepts in the area of Research Methods, Brain and Brain Imaging, and Psychopathology.

     

    These activities are designed to help students master the following course outcomes:

    MassTransfer Academic Pathways

    Discipline: Psychology

    General Psychology

    Student Learning Outcomes

     

    Note: The American Psychological Association (2013) provides guidelines for the undergraduate psychology major and, in those guidelines, outlines 5 learning goals for the major.  Introduction to Psychology is a foundational course within the major and, as such, upon completion of the course students will be able to exhibit basic competencies within each of the five areas.