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Brems, Christiane – Teaching of Psychology, 1994
Presents a method of introducing students to research slowly and carefully. Recommends a process of integrating research into the college curriculum at all levels. Maintains that this approach reduces student fear and avoidance while encouraging enthusiasm, enjoyment, and student-faculty collaboration. (CFR)
Descriptors: Course Content, Curriculum Design, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Educational Strategies
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Galotti, Kathleen M. – Teaching of Psychology, 1995
Describes an assignment within a college course on thinking, reasoning, and decision-making skills. Discusses how students observe and describe the reasoning style of a partner on four different tasks. Maintains that the assignment illustrates course objectives on theories and models of reasoning in concrete ways. (CFR)
Descriptors: Course Content, Course Descriptions, Critical Thinking, Curriculum Design
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Graham, Robert B. – Teaching of Psychology, 1994
Describes a computer tutorial program that teaches the fundamentals of discrimination learning in a college-level psychology course. Asserts that neither homework nor study guides provides the help that the tutorial program does for weaker students. Includes information about obtaining a free copy of the tutorial program. (CFR)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education, Course Content
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Messer, Wayne S. – Teaching of Psychology, 1997
Examines the catalog descriptions of 42 undergraduate psychology programs in North Carolina. Reveals that minimum introductory and methodological requirements consists of one-term introductory, statistics, and experimental design courses. A required integrated experience was most often a history and systems course or senior seminar. This is…
Descriptors: Bachelors Degrees, Comparative Analysis, Comparative Education, Course Content
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