Student Learning Outcomes
SLO1: Be Knowledgeable about at least 3 psychologists discussed in the course
SLO 2: Know how to adequately describe at least two psychological theories discussed in the
SLO 3: Be able to identity at least two psychological experiments discussed in the course
SLO 4: Sufficiently argue for a position by using at least 2 of your own examples
SLO 5: Be able to articulate what different social psychological phenomena
Scoring: Each question has its point value assigned (and that is given on the test) if the student gets the question right, they get the points, if they get it wrong then they don’t get the points. The maximum number of points is 180. Take the score that the student received and divide that into 180. Then multiply the score by 100 to get the grade. Where 100 - 91 = A, 90 - 81 = B, 80 - 71 = C, 70 - 61 = D, and anything 60 and below = F.