A Guide to Teaching Development Psychology

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Wiley, Oct 20, 2008 - Psychology - 280 pages
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Part of the Blackwell Series on Teaching Psychological Science, this practical, hands-on guide shares ideas, tips, and strategies for effectively teaching lifespan developmental psychology to undergraduates.
  • Provides a unique wealth of concrete suggestions and a clear roadmap for successfully teaching developmental psychology
  • Links chapters to major areas of a lifespan development course, including Research Methods, Teaching Infant Development, and Teaching Adolescent Development
  • Offers practical, hands-on tips for novice teachers and experienced instructors alike
  • Includes sample syllabi and lecture outlines, reading quizzes, critical thinking assignments, and references for helpful videotapes and websites

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Contents

Research Methods
37
Prenatal Development Labor and Delivery
65
Infant Development
87
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Elizabeth Brestan Knight is Associate Professor of Psychology at Auburn University. She teaches undergraduate Introduction to Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Health Psychology, and has taught Child Psychopathology and Child Therapy at the graduate level. In 2005, Brestan Knight was named the Lanier Professor of Psychology.

Ember L. Lee received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley and her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University. She is currently enrolled in the Clinical Psychology doctoral program with an emphasis in Child Clinical Psychology at Auburn University.

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