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Darowski, Emily S.; Helder, Elizabeth; Patson, Nikole D. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Identifying effective and time-efficient approaches to teaching students how to write from scholarly sources benefits students and instructors. Students in a general psychology course learned a concrete method to improve this type of synthesis writing. The intervention was brief, consisting of viewing an online tutorial outside of class and…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Teaching Methods, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Computer Assisted Instruction
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Reich, Catherine M.; LaCaille, Lara J.; Axford, Katherine E.; Slaughter, Natalina R. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: Although undergraduate psychology curriculum should cultivate performance-based skills to prepare students for helping professions, little work to date has addressed this standard. Objective: This research replicates the methods used in a previous study by examining pre-post changes in empathic communication skills and perceived…
Descriptors: Empathy, Communication Skills, Psychology, Undergraduate Students
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Borge, Marcela; Soto, José A.; Aldemir, Tugce; Mena, Jasmine A. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Introduction: Developing greater multicultural competence is predicated on developing continual awareness and education about issues relevant to marginalized identities. One way to promote this competence is by engaging in productive intergroup dialogue with individuals representing a diversity of perspectives. Statement of the Problem: Intergroup…
Descriptors: Competency Based Education, Multicultural Education, College Students, Cultural Awareness
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Benson, Wendi L.; Dunning, Jonathan P.; Barber, Danette – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: Research shows distributed practice enhances learning and skill development, but less is known about the effect on perceptions and attitudes toward the material being learned. Objective: This study examined whether distributed practice could improve performance and attitudes in statistics, a subject that students report finding…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Student Attitudes, Comparative Analysis, Anxiety
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Stoa, Rosalyn; Chu, Tsz Lun; Gurung, Regan A. R. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Identifying impediments to learning can help both instructors and students. In this study students (N = 222) from across the nation listed concepts from research methods they found the most challenging--"potholes" or impediments to learning, and also rated the difficulty of various concepts from the class. We also measured student…
Descriptors: Predictor Variables, Research Methodology, Psychology, Difficulty Level
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Geier, Michael T. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: Previous research suggests a relationship between teacher behaviors and students' effort. However, it is not clear what role the students' expectations (i.e., importance of teacher behaviors) play in this relationship. Objective: Utilizing the teacher behavior checklist, this study sought to investigate whether teacher behaviors…
Descriptors: Teacher Behavior, Teacher Influence, Student Behavior, Student Motivation
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Rogers, Shane L.; Hollett, Ross; Li, Yanqi R.; Speelman, Craig P. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: Providing students with virtual role-play experiences has the potential to bring counseling role-plays into large undergraduate courses. Objective: The purpose of this study was to trial a virtual reality role-play experience where students played the role of a student counsellor. Method: Seventy-three undergraduate psychology students…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Role Playing, Vignettes, Counselor Training
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Gurung, Regan A. R.; Mai, Theresa; Nelson, Matthew; Pruitt, Sydney – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: Instructors and students are on a continuing quest to identify predictors of learning. Objective: This study examines the associations between self-reported exam score and study techniques among students in two courses, Introductory Psychology and Computer Science. Method: We used an online survey to measure the extent students (N =…
Descriptors: Predictor Variables, Study Skills, Thinking Skills, Metacognition
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Crumb, Roni M.; Hildebrandt, Ryan; Sutton, Tina M. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: Many students use laptops in the classroom to take notes; however, even when laptops are used for the sole purpose of taking notes they can negatively impact academic performance. Objective: The current study examined state-dependent effects, and the potential for a match in note taking and quiz taking methods to improve quiz…
Descriptors: Handwriting, Notetaking, Laptop Computers, Testing
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Bumpus, Emily C.; Vinco, Megan H.; Lee, Kayla B.; Accurso, Jenilee F.; Graves, Scott L. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: The course on cognitive assessment is mandatory for all school psychology programs. However, there have been no published studies that have explored learning objectives for this course. Objective: The purpose of this study is to examine content covered and complexity of learning objectives in the cognitive assessment course. Method:…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Cognitive Tests, Behavioral Objectives, Course Descriptions
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Maslowski, Amy K. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Introduction: Creating a multiculturally aware and inclusive class is critical with students. The lack of face-to-face contact with asynchronous courses limits instructors' ability to form relationships with students. A myriad of teaching research provides strategies for incorporating multiculturalism, social justice, and identity into synchronous…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Electronic Learning, Asynchronous Communication, Teacher Student Relationship
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Goldman, Jacqueline; Heddy, Benjamin C.; Cavazos, Jenel – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: First-generation (FG) college students have been a popular subpopulation to study within educational literature as these students experience many unique challenges in their academic careers causing them to drop out within their first year. This gives courses with high first-time freshman numbers such as introductory psychology courses…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, College Freshmen, Introductory Courses, Psychology
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Allen, Peter J.; Fielding, Jessica L.; Westermann, Annabel H.; Lafratta, Amelia M. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: Allen, Fielding, East, et al. demonstrated experimentally that structural awareness, or the ability to disregard a research problem's topic and instead focus on its structural features, can be trained using StatHand (https://stathand.net). Most training benefits persisted for 1 week. Objective: The objective was to assess the…
Descriptors: Statistical Analysis, Statistics Education, Instructional Effectiveness, Selection
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Brown-Kramer, Carolyn R. – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Background: Psychology courses provide a good opportunity for instructors to teach students effective learning strategies integrated with content. Objective: This replication and extension study explored changes in students' self-reported use of learning strategies before and after a term paper assignment and examined the relationships between…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Psychology, Introductory Courses, Learning Strategies
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Hard, Bridgette Martin; RaoShah, Taalin – Teaching of Psychology, 2022
Introduction: Class participation is a common component of many college classes and is typically defined as involving students' active, oral engagement in class. Statement of the Problem: Class participation is often an under-utilized pedagogical tool for skill-building and development. Literature Review: We present an evidence-based framework…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Thinking Skills, Student Participation, College Students
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