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Handbook of demonstrations and activities in the teaching of psychology. Volume 3. Personality, abnormal, clinical-counseling and social [electronic resource] / 2nd ed

Handbook of demonstrations and activities in the teaching of psychology. Volume 3. Personality, abnormal, clinical-counseling and social [electronic resource] / 2nd ed

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E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Ware, Mark E. Johnson, David E., 1953-.
Title Statement
Handbook of demonstrations and activities in the teaching of psychology. Volume 3. Personality, abnormal, clinical-counseling and social [electronic resource] / edited by Mark E. Ware, David E. Johnson.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Psychology Press,   2015.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (x, 322 p.) : ill.
ISBN
9781317759386 (electronic bk.) 1317759389 (electronic bk.)
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Section I: Personality; 1. Discovering Students' Perspectives; Making implicit personality theories explicit: A classroom demonstration; An exercise for explicating and critiquing students' implicit personality theories; Implicit personality theory in the classroom: An integrative approach; Identifying imagoes: A personality exercise on myth, self, and identity; Teaching personality: Discovering the difference between self and personality; 2. Exploring Theories; Freudian principles in everyday life; A Freudian slip?
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
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Psychology --Study and teaching --Activity programs. Psychology --Study and teaching --Simulation methods. Psychology --Study and teaching --Audio-visual aids.
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505 8 ▼a Psychosexual pursuit: Enhancing learning of theoretical psychoanalytic constructsAbstract and relational thinking via personal constructs; Students' peak experiences: A written exercise; Using a film as a personality case study; 3. Emphasizing Writing; Persons in the personality theory course: Student papers based on biographies; From Metropolis to Never-neverland: Analyzing fictional characters in a personality theory course; Questioning and peer collaboration as techniques for thinking and writing about personality; Section II: Abnormal; 1. Teaching with Simulations
505 8 ▼a Using computerized case simulations in undergraduate psychology coursesCreating the multiple personality: An experiential demonstration for an undergraduate abnormal psychology class; The disordered monologue: A classroom demonstration of the symptoms of schizophrenia; 2. Teaching with Case-Studies; Students' evaluation of writing assignments in an abnormal psychology course; A case-study assignment to teach theoretical perspectives in abnormal psychology; 3. Teaching Abnormal Psychology Through the Arts and Literature; Novels as case-study materials for psychology students
505 8 ▼a Questioning the conventional wisdom and critiquing unconventional perspectives in abnormal psychology: A written exerciseExploring mental illness through a poetry-writing assignment; Images of madness: Feature films in teaching psychology; 4. Examining Miscellaneous Issues; A volunteer program for abnormal psychology students: Eighteen years and still going strong; Integrating suicidology into abnormal psychology classes: The revised facts on suicide quiz; Jeopardy© in abnormal psychology
505 8 ▼a Integrating disability awareness into psychology courses: Applications in abnormal psychology and perceptionBeyond the sponge model: Encouraging students' questioning skills in abnormal psychology; Section III: Clinical-Counseling; 1. Learning Concepts and Principles; Teaching psychological defenses: An interactive computerized program; Earliest recollections and birth order: Two Adlerian exercises; 2. Acquiring Skills -- Undergraduate Students; Using actors as ""clients"" for an interviewing simulation in an undergraduate clinical psychology course
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Table of Contents

Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Section I: Personality -- 1. Discovering Students'' Perspectives -- Making implicit personality theories explicit: A classroom demonstration -- An exercise for explicating and critiquing students'' implicit personality theories -- Implicit personality theory in the classroom: An integrative approach -- Identifying imagoes: A personality exercise on myth, self, and identity -- Teaching personality: Discovering the difference between self and personality -- 2. Exploring Theories -- Freudian principles in everyday life -- A Freudian slip? -- Psychosexual pursuit: Enhancing learning of theoretical psychoanalytic constructs -- Abstract and relational thinking via personal constructs -- Students'' peak experiences: A written exercise -- Using a film as a personality case study -- 3. Emphasizing Writing -- Persons in the personality theory course: Student papers based on biographies -- From Metropolis to Never-neverland: Analyzing fictional characters in a personality theory course -- Questioning and peer collaboration as techniques for thinking and writing about personality -- Section II: Abnormal -- 1. Teaching with Simulations -- Using computerized case simulations in undergraduate psychology courses -- Creating the multiple personality: An experiential demonstration for an undergraduate abnormal psychology class -- The disordered monologue: A classroom demonstration of the symptoms of schizophrenia -- 2. Teaching with Case-Studies -- Students'' evaluation of writing assignments in an abnormal psychology course -- A case-study assignment to teach theoretical perspectives in abnormal psychology -- 3. Teaching Abnormal Psychology Through the Arts and Literature -- Novels as case-study materials for psychology students -- Questioning the conventional wisdom and critiquing unconventional perspectives in abnormal psychology: A written exercise -- Exploring mental illness through a poetry-writing assignment -- Images of madness: Feature films in teaching psychology -- 4. Examining Miscellaneous Issues -- A volunteer program for abnormal psychology students: Eighteen years and still going strong -- Integrating suicidology into abnormal psychology classes: The revised facts on suicide quiz -- Jeopardy© in abnormal psychology -- Integrating disability awareness into psychology courses: Applications in abnormal psychology and perception -- Beyond the sponge model: Encouraging students'' questioning skills in abnormal psychology -- Section III: Clinical-Counseling -- 1. Learning Concepts and Principles -- Teaching psychological defenses: An interactive computerized program -- Earliest recollections and birth order: Two Adlerian exercises -- 2. Acquiring Skills - Undergraduate Students -- Using actors as "clients" for an interviewing simulation in an undergraduate clinical psychology course -- The interviewing team: An exercise for teaching assessment and conceptualization skills -- Computer-simulate.
d psychotherapy as an aid in teaching clinical psychology -- Teaching students to listen empathically -- Using a group workshop to encourage collaborative learning in an undergraduate counseling course -- 3. Acquiring Skills - Graduate Students -- The hypothesis-testing game: A training tool for the graduate interviewing skills course -- Thou shalt not ask questions: An approach to teaching interviewing skills -- Undergraduate role players as "clients" for graduate counseling students -- Teaching counseling and psychotherapy skills without access to a clinical population: The short interview method -- 4. Treating Fears -- Participant modeling as a classroom activity -- A humorous demonstration of in vivo systematic desensitization: The case of eraser phobia -- 5. Advocating a Research Perspective -- Teaching psychotherapy outcome research methodology using a research-based checklist -- Therapy evaluation: Using an absurd pseudotreatment to demonstrate research issues -- Section IV: Social -- 1. Focusing on Experimentation -- Content analysis project for research novices -- A scheme and variations for studies of social influence in an experimental social psychology laboratory -- Performing experiments in undergraduate social psychology classes -- The warm-cold study: A classroom demonstration of impression formation -- An exit survey project for a social psychology laboratory -- 2. Emphasizing Writing in Social Psychology -- Writing as a tool for teaching social psychology -- Self-knowledge as an outcome of application journal keeping in social psychology -- Samuel Butler''s Erewhon as social psychology -- 3. Illustrating Concepts in Social Perception and Social Cognition -- Teaching scientific reasoning through attribution theory -- A classroom demonstration of the primacy effect in the attribution of ability -- Teaching attribution theory with a videotaped illustration -- The self-reference effect: Demonstrating schematic processing in the classroom -- A classroom demonstration of Nuttin''s (1985) ownership effect: The letters of my own first name -- Can you predict the overjustification effect? -- A classroom exercise in impression formation -- Using students'' perceptions of their instructor to illustrate principles of person perception -- 4. Demonstrating Bias in Social Perception and Social Cognition -- Observer biases in the classroom -- Social desirability bias: A demonstration and technique for its reduction -- Hindsight bias and the Simpson trial: Use in introductory psychology -- Unique invulnerability: A classroom demonstration in estimating personal mortality -- Demonstrating a seif-serving bias -- On seeing oneself as less self-serving than others: The ultimate self-serving bias? -- 5. Teaching about Attitudes and Persuasion -- Bringing cognitive dissonance to the classroom -- Identifying major techniques of persuasion -- From acceptance to rejection: Food contamination in the classroom -- 6. Exploring about Aggression -- Defining aggre.
ssion: An exercise for classroom discussion -- Perspectives on human aggression: Writing to Einstein and Freud on "Why War? -- The dirty dozen: Classroom demonstration of twelve instigators of aggression -- A gender difference in acceptance of sport aggression: A classroom activity -- 7. Examining Group Processes -- Learning about individual and collective decisions: All for one and none for all -- Prisoner''s dilemma as a model for understanding decisions -- Demonstrating dynamic social impact: Consolidation, clustering, correlation, and (sometimes) the correct answer -- Studying a social norm -- 8. Teaching about Spatial and Nonverbal Behavior -- Intimacy and personal space: A classroom demonstration -- Field experiments in personal space invasion for introductory psychology -- Detecting deception: A classroom demonstration -- Detecting deception is not as easy as it looks -- A method for teaching about verbal and nonverbal communication -- 9. Examining Stereotypes of Gender and Race -- Stereotype measurement and the "kernel of truth" hypothesis -- The power of stereotypes: A labeling exercise -- Using science fiction to teach the psychology of sex and gender -- Gender stereotyping in advertisements -- Rethinking the romance: Teaching the content and function of gender stereotypes in the psychology of women course -- Gender bias in leader selection -- Filmed in Black and White: Teaching the concept of racial identity at a predominantly White university -- Unveiling positions of privilege: A hands-on approach to understanding racism -- Teaching about unintentional racism in introductory psychology -- 10. Integrating Social Psychology and Personality -- Linking dispositions and social behavior: Self-monitoring and advertising preferences -- Forming and testing implicit personality theories in cyberspace -- Self-monitoring and commitment to dating relationships: A classroom demonstration -- 11. Examining Miscellaneous Issues -- Using the World Wide Web to teach everyday applications of social psychology -- Robbers in the classroom: A deindividuation exercise -- Table -- Appendix -- Subject Index -- .

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