• 12th GRADE PSYCHOLOGY UNIT GUIDE
    MR. BRENNAN

    Domain 1: METHODS

         Chapter 1 - Introductory Chapter

              Module 1 - Introduction and Careers

              Module 2 - History and Perspectives

              Module 3 - Nature vs. Nurture

         Chapter 2 - Research and Statistics

              Module 4 - Research Strategies

              Module 5 - Statistics

    Domain 2: BIOPHYSICAL DOMAIN

         Chapter 3 - Biological Bases of Behavior Chapter

              Module 6 - Neural and Hormonal

              Module 7 - The Brain

         Chapter 4 - Sensation and Perception Chapter

              Module 8 - Sensation

              Module 9 - Preception

         Chapter 5 - Motivation and Emotion Chapter

              Module 10 - Motivation

              Module 11 - Emotion

         Chapter 6 - Stress and Health Chapter

              Module 12 - Stress

              Module 13 - Wellness

    Domain 3: DEVELOPMENTAL DOMAIN

         Chapter 7 - Lifespan and Development Chapter

              Module 14 - Prenatal and Childhood Development

              Module 15 - Adolescence

              Module 16 - Adulthood and Aging

         Chapter 8 - Personality Chapter

              Module 17 - Psychodynamic and Humanistic Perspective on Personality 

              Module 18 - Trait and Social-Cognitive Perspective on Personality

    Domain 4: COGNITIVE DOMAIN

         Chapter 9 - Learning Chapter

              Module 19 - Classical Conditioning

              Module 20 - Operant Conditioning

              Module 21 - Observational Learning 

    Domain 5: VATIATIONS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOR DOMAIN

         Chapter 13 - Psychological Disorders Chapter

              Module 29 - Introduction to Psychological Disorders

              Module 30 - Anxiety and Mood Disorders

              Modue 31 - Dissociative, Schizophrenic and Personality Disorders

         Chapter 15 - Social Psychology Chapter

              Module 34 - Social Thinking and Social Influence

     

    STUDENT OUTCOMES
    As a result of this study of the five domains of psychology, students will demonstrate the ability to:

    • Understand the nature of human beings, both as individuals and as members of social groups.

    • Appreciate psychology, both as an academic discipline and as a body of knowledge relevant to the student’s life and culture.

    • Examine the major concepts and theories of psychology.

    • Apply critical thinking skills and be aware of the need for careful, objective evaluation of psychological ideas.

    • Employ the various methods of psychological inquiry.

    • Maintain high ethical standards and sensitivity in applying the principles of psychology to themselves, other people, and other organisms.

    • Recognize and apply psychological principles to everyday situations.

     

     

Last Modified on July 31, 2019