Oxpecker trio in Kenya. Copyright by David N. Sattler, 2004
Cheetah encounter, Kenya. Copyright by David N. Sattler, 2004
Lion in Massai Mara, Kenya. Copyright by David N. Sattler, 2004
COURSE INFORMATION - Fall 2016
Psychology 240:
Social Psychology
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Materials are posted on Canvas.
 
Psychology 302:
Research Methods and Statistical Analyses: Correlational Approachs

Materials are posted on Canvas.
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LeAlan Jones and Lloyd Newman were thirteen and fourteen years old when producer David Isay invited them to participate in a Public Broadcast System documentary series, Chicago Matters. For seven days in March 1993, the boys interviewed family and friends and gave running commentary about their neighborhood and school in the ghetto. Jones and Newman, who have been close friends for several years, reveal despair and fortitude, human and wisdom in their observations. Life in their neighborhood is a "war zone," and these children hope they will survive to adulthood, but they have no unrealistic expectations" (Sattler, Kramer, Shabatay, & Bernstein, 2000). In the two radio programs below, Jones and Newman introduce their family and their world.

Click here for Ghetto Life 101
Recorded in Chicago, Illinois.
Premiered March 1, 1993, on WBEZ Chicago.

Click here for Remorse: The 14 Stories of Eric Morse
Recorded in Chicago, Illinois.
Premiered March 21, 1996, on All Things Considered, PBS.

Reference:
Sattler, D. N., Kramer, G., Shabatay, V., & Bernstein, D. (2000). Lifespan development in context: Voices and perspectives. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Co. 
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