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Sue Frantz
What makes synesthesia such a powerful lecture topic in the Intro Psych sensation and perception chapter is that it’s a beautiful illustration of how our experience is merely a representation, and just one representation, of the world around us. The neuroscientist David Eagleman provides a nice introduction to synesthesia in this two and a
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Elizabeth Uva
This workshop featuring Robin Rosenberg will provide an overview of the major changes, from the discontinuation of the multi-axial system, to the changes to Somatoform Disorders, the addition of new disorders (such as Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder) and the revamping of other disorders (such as the newly-renamed Gender Dysphoria and
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Elizabeth Uva
Nathan DeWall provides instructors with novel teaching activities that they can use in their classrooms and discusses how interactive activities can offer an easy means of teaching assessment and increasing student engagement.   Teaching takes various forms. People flip classrooms, digitize readings, and swap chalk for smartboards. However,
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Gayle Yamazaki
I'm always interested in new ways of presenting student information and course materials. The University of Michigan has been receiving some press regarding their GradeCraft Learning Management System (LMS). According to their website, it is an LMS that is based on the idea of gamification to the course through the LMS system. GradeCraft presents
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Becky Anderson
I've had a number of people ask me where the 'chat' option went that students and professors used to contact Tech Support quickly and in real time.  Chat is back, but appears in a different place than last fall.  If you go to the support form:  http://www.macmillanlearning.com/Catalog/techsupport  and you are a student who has
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