Discusses problems with the Articles of Confederation and events leading up to ratification of the Constitution including Shay's Rebellion, Northwest Ordinance, and the 3/5 compromise. Also discusses role of Ben Franklin.
Discusses Washington's role in creating a government for the new nation. Also covers Alexander Hamilton and his views on government. Finally, it discusses America's early issues with Native Americans and the changes that John Adams brings,
Powerpoint that details the psychological differences between what we sense and what we perceive. Includes many examples and details of psychology experiments in the field. Discusses absolute threshold, color, eye and ear anatomy and function, as
Discusses the rise and fall of Ancient Rome, focusing on the role and spread of Christianity in the region. Begins with Romulus and the Latins and covers through Scipio and Julius Caesar, ending with the fall of the empire.
This Powerpoint presentation details many different types of psychological experiments including lab research, caste studies, longitudinal studies, naturalistic-observation method, and more. It focuses on how and why each method is used for certain
Powerpoint that covers the ideas, philosophers, and documents that influenced the creation of the US government. Also covers the political aspect of the Revolutionary War and the political debate surrounding ratification of the Constitution.
Powerpoint that details Martin Luther and the effects of his 95 Thesis as well as Calvinism, the Anabaptists, Amish, and Anglicans. Includes discussion on King Henry VIII and the creation of the Anglican Church.
Powerpoint that details the different types of Federalism throughout American history including, Dual Federalism, Creative Federalism, Cooperative Federalism, and the Devolution Revolution. Includes examples of these philosophies throughout various