Mr. O. Ryan

Social Studies
Comparative Religion
College & Career Prep
Student Government

(805) 496-0286 ext .113

AP US History TST Topics

US History S S2

US History CP S2


All Social Science Class Dates - Fall Semester 2017

I am available for tutoring for all social science classes which include US History, World History, Economics, Government, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, World Geography, Comparative Religions, College & Career Prep & PE, see days and times below.


World History Mon. - Rm. K  US Gov't US History  AP USGov't  Soc. Sci.Tutoring 
8/28/17  11am        
10/23/17 11am        
11/6/17  11am         
10/9/17  11am  

10/23/17 11am

11/6/17   11am    

11/20/17 11am

12/4/17 11am      
12/11    11am      



World History Semester 2 Project #2

World History Semester 1 Project #5

World History Semester 1 Project #2

US History CP Semester 2 Project #5

US History CP Semester 2 Project #4

US History CP Semester 2 Project #2

US History S Semester 2 Project # 2

US History Semester 1 Project #2

Social Science Resources

World History Test Topics S2 H/CP/S

Psychology Unit Test

The following topics are included on the tests but not limited to the following:

Unit 1 – Review key terms, different perspectives of Psychology, observational studies v. experiments, correlation, causation, hidden variables

Unit 2 – Review key terms, central nervous systems, autonomic nervous systems, peripheral nervous systems, parts of the brain, gland functions, transduction, sensation v. perception, the different receptors

Unit 3 – Review key terms, processing theory of memory, theory of latent content, activation-synthesis theory, information-processing theory, introspection 

Unit 4 – Review key terms, dimensions of development, continuity, Erikson's stages of development, Piaget's steps of development, Kohlberg’s three levels of development 

Unit 5 - Review key terms, elements contributing to friendship, Zick Rubin’s theory, Elaine Hatfield’s theory, Sternberg’s triangular theory

Unit 6 – Review key terms, adaption-level principle, relative deprivation theory, Maslow's hierarchy

Unit 7- Different perspectives of psychology, Nature v. Nature, memory, dimensions & themes of development, situational & personal attribution, Schachter-Singer theory of emotion, consciousness, peripheral & central nervous systems