A SIte for High School Psychology Students
So, What is Rosemobile? has actually been in existence for more than a decade. As I get closer to retirement, I have sensed the need to down scale the site. At the same time, I have an awareness that my students continue to need a location where they can quickly find assignments, lectures, review materials, and links to other materials that I often use in class. And so, here is, a site that my students are pointed to, to find study materials and other relevant information. My hope is that they take a ride on the Rosemobile. Best wishes.
Life has gotten kind of weird
Photo One It has frequently been implied, and sometimes even pointed out, that the individual strives towards consistency within himself. His opinions and attitudes, for example, tend to exist in clusters that are internally consistent.
Certainly one may find exceptions. A person may think Negroes are just as good as whites but would not want any living in his neighborhood; or someone may think little children should be quiet and unobtrusive and yet may be quite proud when his child aggressively captures the attention of his adult guests.
The National Standards for High School Psychology
APA  Logo This document is the most recent revision of the document originally entitled National Standards for the Teaching of High School Psychology, first approved by the APA Council of Representatives in August 1999 and revised as the National Standards for High School Psychology Curricula in August 2005.

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