Posts filed under: Teaching Psychology

Some Reflections on the Teaching of Millennials

We hear so much these days about how Millennials, or those born approximately between the years of 1982 and 2004. In other words, these are most of our current college students now and for the next 7-8 years. Response to […]

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Back to School!

After a fun and restful holiday season with family, it’s back to work bright and early (8 a.m. class) tomorrow morning! Not only is it a new year, but I’m also going to be using my two new textbooks for […]

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coming soon! my new edition Discovering Behavioral Neuroscience an Introduction to Biological Psychology #BioPsych #Neuroscience #PsychScience #Psychology

If you are familiar with the first and second editions of this textbook, you know that we like to pick colorful visuals that portray the biology behind the behavior. For this third edition, we selected an image of a “brainbow” […]

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readings in psychology for 1 march 2014 @PsychScience

    Well, spring is finally here… in California! Here is what we are reading today: google glass and tracking disease “Google Glass, the tech giant’s experimental eyewear-based computer, may soon give epidemiologists a faster and more reliable way to […]

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readings in psychology for 29 january 2014 @PsychScience

Here is what I am reading today: why do we come together in groups? “Humans are very social. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors had neither fearsome claws or teeth, so posed little threat to other species. Groups of humans working together, however, […]

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