Motivation and emotion/About/Schedule

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Schedule
Module Week Lecture Readings
(Ch)
Quizzes Tutorial Assessment
01 - Introduction 01 01 - Introduction UO, 01 01 01 - Topic selection -
02 02 - Historical development and assessment skills 02, Assessment 02 02 - Wiki editing -
02 - Needs 03 03 - Brain and physiological needs 03, 04 03, 04 03 - Physiological needs -
04 04 - Extrinsic motivation and psychological needs 05, 06 05, 06 04 - Psychological needs -
03 - Goals and self 05 05 - Implicit motives and goals 07, 08 07, 08 05 - Functionalist theory and self-tracking Topic development
(due Monday 9am)
06 06 - Mindsets, control, and the self 09, 10, 11 09, 10, 11 06 - Learned optimism -
04 - Emotion 07 07 - Nature of emotion 12 12 07 - Core emotions -
08 Mid-semester break - - - -
09 08 - Aspects of emotion 13 13 08 - Measuring emotion -
05 - Individual emotions 10 09 - Individual emotions 14 14 09 - 20 emotions -
11 10 - Unconscious motivation 16 16 10 - Time perspective -
06 - Growth 12 11 - Growth psychology 15 15 11 - Positive psychology Book chapter
(due Monday 9am)
13 12 - Interventions and review 17 17 12 - Review -
- 14 - - - - Multimedia presentation
(due Monday 9am)
- 15 - - - - Quizzes
(due Monday 9am)
Overview

This schedule shows how the modules, lectures, readings, tutorials, and assessment work together to help emerging scholars achieve the learning outcomes.

Key dates
  • W02 (Fri) – Recommended topic sign up
  • W04 (Fri) – Census day - W/draw w/out penalty
  • W05 (Mon 9am) – Topic development due
  • W08 – No classes - Mid-semester break
  • W08 (Fri) – Withdraw without incurring fail
  • W12 (Mon 9am) - Book chapter due
  • W14 (Mon 9am) - Multimedia due
  • W15 (Mon 9am) - Quizzes due
  • W16 (Mon 3pm) - Results released