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  • Whither Extra Credit?

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  • MASLOW THEORY OF MOTIVATION QUIZ.pdf

    Quiz based upon Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs with suggested answers and explanations.
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  • DMV Exercise.docx

    This activity can be used with individual students or groups. Given a scenario at the Department of Motor Vehicles, students code and tabulate data. They may be asked to construct a histogram (or polygon) of these dat...
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  • Trolley Dilemmas_Results and Discussion_Intro to Kohlberg.pptx

    Exercise may be used to introduce the idea of moral dilemmas to students prior to a discussion of Kohlberg's stages of moral development.
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  • A-S 3 STAGE MEMORY DEMOv5.pptx

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  • A-S Memory Exercise_KEY.docx

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  • A-S Memory Exercise.docx

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  • How to Add a Resource to the Psychology Community

    How to Add a Resource There are several ways you can contribute resources and other content to the Psychology Community. The quickest way to contribute is to click the "Actions" menu in the Psychology Community and...
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  • Welcome to the Macmillan Psychology Community!

    Welcome! The Psychology Community is a place for you to review upcoming projects, follow instructors and authors you are interested in, explore our teaching resources for your courses, and join our Community forums a...
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  • Returning the Joy to Research Methods Webinar.pptx

    Presentation slides used during the February 22nd webinar, "Returning the Joy to Research Methods" presented by Gary Lewandowski, Natalie Ciarocco, and David Strohmetz  
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  • TLC Webinar: Psychology, Politics, and #thispsychmajor- Featuring Jane Halonen Presentation Slides

    Presentation slides used during the TLC Event: "Psychology, Politics, and #thispsychmajor" featuring Jane Halonen
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  • Split Brain Website

    This website, sponsored by NobelPrize.org, illustrates the "split brain experiments" in a fun and engaging way. It follows "Mr. Split Brainy" as he goes to a research lab, where it allows the student to pick which ima...
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    Click on a topic below to browse resources   Abnormal Psychology Evolution Personality Cognition Gender Research Methods and Statistics Consciousness Learning Social Psychology Developmental Psychology Memory St...
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  • How Do I Know If My Online Students Are Really Learning? Presented by Wendy Bass Presentation Slides

    Presentation slides used during the TLC Event: "How Do I Know If My Online Students Are Really Learning?" Presented by Wendy Bass
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  • Review Chapter 8 of Discovering the Scientist Within, 1st edition!

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  • Game of Thrones: Why is this Right for You and Wrong for me?: The Actor/Observer bias and...

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  • Is it OK for a boy to wear a dress? Gender fluid children.

    This was originally posted on August 13, 2012. Students have a lot to say about gender, until it comes time to define it.  What makes someone a boy or girl, man or woman?  If behavior and not just biology is...
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  • Gender differences and stereotypes in career choice: Women in science

    This was originally posted on July 15, 2012. The study of stereotypes has a long history in social psychology, and one of most widely studied phenomena is “stereotype threat.” It works this way.  When...
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  • Chapter 5, Learning, from Scientific American: Presenting Psychology

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