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Teaching of Psychology

1988 Volume 15, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Word Fragment Completion Effect: A Computer-Assisted Classroom Exercise

    Lawrence M. Schoen

    Discusses a computer demonstration of the word fragment completion effect which introduces students of cognitive psychology to the implicit memory paradigm. Describes effective use of the program... More

    pp. 95-97

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  2. A Computerized Laboratory for General Psychology

    Paula Goolkasian & Jo Ann Lee

    Discusses hardware and software requirements and the physical layout of a computerized general psychology laboratory which provides students with direct experience in contemporary psychological... More

    pp. 98-100

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  3. Ethics Case-Study Simulation: A Generic Tool for Psychology Teachers

    Mark R. McMinn

    Describes a case-study simulation program designed to assist instructors in teaching ethics in psychology. Concludes that the program is useful for teaching ethics as it reveals the difficulty of... More

    pp. 100-1

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