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Buskist, William – Teaching of Psychology, 2013
The movement to prepare graduate students to teach is relatively new in the history of the academy. During the past several decades, many graduate departments of psychology, like many academic departments, have gone from providing essentially no training to graduate students to teach to developing extensive training programs consisting of course…
Descriptors: Psychology, Teacher Education Programs, Graduate Students, Educational History
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Buskist, William; Miller, Erin; Ecott, Cheryl; Critchfield, Thomas S. – Teaching of Psychology, 1999
Offers an example of determining what the experts of psychology deem as essential concepts in their subfield by investigating the current principles in operant conditioning through surveys of the board of editors of the "Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior." Recommends concepts that are appropriate for up-to-date coverage of operant…
Descriptors: Editors, Educational Methods, Higher Education, Introductory Courses