Posts filed under: Teaching Psychology

Learning from Readers: Transillumination and Chun Guns

One of the amazing and fun things about having textbooks out there in this digital age is that you hear really interesting things from the professors and students using your books. In my email inbox today was a really nice […]

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Restoring Invisible and Abandoned Trials (RIAT) and Antidepressants

Good science is never defensive. No matter how strongly we believe something to be fact, we should always welcome challenges. Reports of scientists seeking to squash any alternate views, no matter how bizarre, sadden me. Debate gives us the opportunity […]

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Microsoft’s Office Mix–Great Find for Educators

I may be a late adapter on this, but I just started using Microsoft’s Office Mix for PowerPoint, at the suggestion of daughter Karen Freberg. I’ve used Panopto over the years, but feel somewhat guilty about holding onto one of our […]

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Beloit Mindset List Helps Us Prepare for Back to School

For some of us who have been in the teaching business for awhile, it’s helpful to have a refresher course in who our new students might be. Time does have a way of flying by, and with it, new cohorts […]

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readings in psychology for 29 may 2015 #PsychScience #psychology #intropsych #biopsych

  Heres what we are reading today: Brain wave study on reading development “The study, co-authored by Stanford Professor Bruce McCandliss of the Graduate School of Education and the Stanford Neuroscience Institute, provides some of the first evidence that a […]

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