Please look though the 'Memory Observed" book. Find a chapter that interests you.
State what the chapter is and breifly discuss the main topics and concepts that were brought up in the chapter.
What are some questions you have after reading the chapter?
Next go to your textbook and see what it has to say about the topics raised in the chapter. This might be difficult so if there is even something remotely similar in the text go ahead and read up on that. When you have done this, please respond to the following questions.
What did your text have to say about the topics raised in this chapter? What information was provided in the text? What additional details did your text provide?
What did you think about this chapter? Why? What are three things you will remember from what you read in the chapter? Why? What was one thing that you really liked that was in the chapter? Why? What was one thing that you disliked that was in the chapter? Why? What do you now know about your brain that you didn't know before reading the chapter? Has this chapter made you think about other issues related to cognitive psychology? How does this chapter (if at all) relate to the material in the AoM chapters?
Please make sure you use the terms, terminology and concepts you have learned so far in the class. It should be apparent from reading your post that you are a college student well underway in a course in psychology.
Include a list of the terms and concepts you used in your post. (example - Terms: memory, cortex, visual system....)
Please use spaces between your paragraphs to make your post easier to read - thanks in advance
Let me know if you have any questions.