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Annual Conference on Undergraduate Teaching of Psychology

March 1996

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Number of papers: 3

  1. Psychometric Scales: Learning by Doing

    George C. Fago

    In an effort to improve instruction related to psychometrics and psychological testing for beginning psychology majors, an approach was developed at Pennsylvania's Ursinus College that incorporates... More

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  2. Computer Aided Statistics Instruction Protocol (CASIP) Restructuring Undergraduate Statistics in Psychology: An Integration of Computers into Instruction and Evaluation

    Ki-Young Rah & Michael Scuello

    As a result of the development of two computer statistics laboratories in the psychology department at New York's Brooklyn College, a project was undertaken to develop and implement computer... More

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  3. Distance Learning in Psychology: Organizing, Managing, and Mentoring

    Patricia A. Oswald

    To help meet the needs of adult students who find it difficult to attend classes regularly on campus, New York's Iona College developed video distance learning courses in psychology that combine... More

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