Week 5

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Psyc 310, Summer Session Dr. Mills

If you have questions, email me at:[memills@gmail.com]


TOPICS: Understanding Men

Topics: Understanding men in contemporary cultures.


PowerPoint: [[1]]


Option 1: Recorded classroom lecture:

Part 1: http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/dfaa33dc-de0c-4741-86c0-062acc7378f1 start with scene 3 go to the end (scene 54)

Part 2: http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/c46e3949-5971-4cb8-9c25-3732948a13a0 start with scene 21 end at scene 61

Part 3: http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/01a5b2e4-92de-462b-a3cc-832021983070 start with scene 19 go to end (scene 44)

Part 4: http://mentor.lmu.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/15de5eb9-63f3-4619-926b-694d5851c35b start with scene 23 end at scene 48

Option 2: PowerPoint narration

Part 1: [[2]]

Part 2: [[3]]

Part 3:



Note: MP3 audio files of the readings are available at: https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B9CeNGEoAbqyNzg0NmViMjYtZWNhNy00YjhiLWFhMGEtNzg3OWIyNTMxNjhl/edit

Buss, D. Chapter 5 -- Men’s Long Term Mating Strategie available at: https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B9CeNGEoAbqyNzg0NmViMjYtZWNhNy00YjhiLWFhMGEtNzg3OWIyNTMxNjhl/edit

Brizendine, The Male Brain: Chapter 4 The Brain Below the Belt Chapter 5 The Daddy Brain Chapter 6 Manhood: The Emotional Lives of Men




BEFORE Sunday, 8pm PST, POST TO THE CLASS WEEK 5 DISCUSSION FORUM (Worth up to 5 points)

Write at least a few sentences describing a question you have, or a relevant comment / reflection, related to one of the class topics this week. The more you demonstrate that you have given some serious thought / investigation to the issue (maybe cite and link to some relevant articles, news or research), the higher your points awarded for this assignment will be (up to a maximum of 5 points). Also, please respond to at least one other thread by another student.

> Go to my.lmu.edu Click on: System Login Click on Brightspace Click on our class Select Discussion from the menu item list at the top Click on the blue highlighted Week 3 Click "Start a New Thread" > Add your comment or question. Remember to include one or two links to an article(s) related to your topic and briefly summarize what you found. > Remember to write a reply to at least one other's post to get full credit. (Worth up to 5 points).

After you have written your comment, remember to save it before exiting.

QUIZ: On the above materials on Sunday at 8:00pm PST.

Our online quiz will available this Sunday starting at 8pm PST. You can start the exam at any time from 8:00 - 8:30. The test timer will start when you begin to take the test.

There will be a total of 20 questions on the quiz. You will have 20 minutes to complete the quiz. You may spend as much or as little time on any particular question, as long as you do not exceed the time limit. If you do, the system will notify me and you will be penalized one point for each overtime minute.

To take the quiz:

Go to my.lmu.edu Click on: System Logins Click on Brightspace Click on our class Select Quizzes from the menu item list at the top > Select Week 5 Quiz

I will be monitoring my email during the testing time window. If you have any problems taking the test, email me immediately: [memills@gmail.com]


If you lose your connection to the internet during the test, try this:

Do NOT close the web browser window. Click the reload/refresh button on your web browser If that doesn't work. try to re-login into LMUConnect immediately

If you can't re-establish a connection with MyLMUConnect, it will not allow you to take it again until I reset the test. If this happens, email me immediately and I will reset the test so that it will allow you to re-take it.

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