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4.2.3: Psychology: "Why Science?" and "Nature/Nurture Question" Cornell Notes

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  • As we discussed and reviewed in class, you have two OER psychology textbook chapters to read, annotate, and take Cornell notes on. "Why Science?" was modeled in class and the second chapter, "Nature/Nurture Question," was assigned as homework. If you have lost your print outs, you may access the articles at the links below the directions.

    So, to summarize, for each chapter, follow these steps:

    1. Pre-read the chapter and include anything you look up for pre-reading in your notes
    2. Read the chapter
    3. Annotate the chapter (highlight and label key information/ideas/questions)
    4. Write Cornell notes for the chapter in your Reader's Notebook

    OER TEXTBOOK LINKS AND LICENSING INFORMATION:

    http://nobaproject.com/modules/why-science (Links to an external site.)

    http://nobaproject.com/modules/the-nature-nurture-question (Links to an external site.)

    Creative Commons License for NOBA Psychology Chapters

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    Why Science? by Edward Diener (Links to an external site.) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (Links to an external site.). Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available in our Licensing Agreement (Links to an external site.).

    The Nature-Nurture Question by Eric Turkheimer (Links to an external site.) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (Links to an external site.). Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available in our Licensing Agreement (Links to an external site.).

     

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