Canli et al. Psychology being Investigated (PBI) word search using key terms and vocabulary from the introduction:
Some background viewing on memory:
Another excellent documentary on memory if times allows:
And another interesting video about why its easier to remember than it is to forget:
Learning a little more about memory at this stage in the course could also be helpful to you:
The original paper:
PowerPoint for doing a partial replication (obviously without the brain scans!) to see whether positive or negative valenced images are recalled better. You can get the students to also rate the images 0-3 as Canli et al. did. And then analyse the percentage of each group of images, e.g. for Pp1 how many of the images they rated as 0 did they recall, 1, 2,3 etc. The do same for Pp 2 and so on. Then graph the average percentages for images scored 0, 1, 2, 3.
Quizzes for Revision/AfL
Click the image to create an editable copy, this was a revision jamboard that I used to support the student in talking through the procedure. We then started picking out details to create evaluation points.
Practice exam questions for Canli _ click to make a copy