Year Relevant Courses Citation
Boysen, G. A. (2011). Diversity Topics Covered in Teaching of
2011 Diversity, Education Psychology Courses. Teaching of Psychology 38 (2): 89-93.
Timothy, L., Tracy, M., & Bodle, J. (2010). Confronting Prejudiced
Comments: Effectiveness of a Role-Playing Exercise. Teaching
2010 Prejudice, Education of Psychology 37 (4): 257-261.
Diversity, Prejudice, Kim, C., & Briana, S. (2010). Changes in Diversity Course
Attitudes, Privilege, Student Prejudice and Attitudes Toward Heterosexual Privilege
2010 Homosexuality and Gay Marriage. Teaching of Psychology 37 (3): 172-177.
Race, Discrimination, Cyndi, K., & Tricia, D. (2010). What Are the Long-Term Effects of
2010 Education Learning About Racism? Teaching of Psychology 37 (1): 41-45.
Kim, C., Briana, S., & Tittsworth, J. (2009). Transgender Across
the Curriculum: A Psychology for Inclusion. Teaching of
2009 Gender, Education Psychology 36 (2): 117-121.
Kim, C. (2007). Raising White Privilege Awareness and
Privilege, Education, Reducing Racial Prejudice: Assessing Diversity Course
2007 Attitudes Effectiveness. Teaching of Psychology 34 (4): 231-235.
Cyndi, K., & Tricia, D. (2007). Changing Perspective: How
Prejudice, Privilege, Learning About Racism Influences Student Awareness and
2007 Education Emotion. Teaching of Psychology 34 (1): 49-52.
Education, Race, Asher, N. (2007). Made in the (Multicultural) U.S.A.: Unpacking
Culture, Gender, Tensions of Race, Culture, Gender, and Sexuality in Education.
2007 Sexuality Educational Researcher 36 (2), 65-73.
Connor-Greene, P.A. (2006). Interdisciplinary critical inquiry:
Abnormal, Community, Teaching about the social construction of madness. Teaching of
2006 Clinical/Counseling Psychology, 33 (1), 6-13.
Introductory, Women and Moradi, B. (2006). Raising students' awareness of women in
2006 Gender, Social psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 33 (2), 113-117.
Psychology of Peace,
Social, Research Warren, C.S. (2006). Incorporating multiculturalism into
Methods, Tests and undergraduate psychology courses: Three simple active learning
2006 Measurements activities. Teaching of Psychology, 33 (2), 105-109.
Hackney, A. (2005). Teaching students about stereotypes,
prejudice, and discrimination: An interview with Susan D. Fiske.
2005 Social, Teaching Teaching of Psychology, 32 (3), 196-199.
Cognitive, Learning, Shepperd, J. A., & Koch, E. J. (2005). Pitfalls in teaching
2005 Social judgment heuristics. Teaching of Psychology, 32 (1), 43-46.
Religion or Faith-based, Battle, C. L. (2004). Promoting increased understanding of
Special Topics, Women sexual diversity through experiential learning. Teaching of
2004 and Gender Psychology, 31 (4), 118-120.
Christopher, A. N., Walter, J. L., Marek, P., & Koening, C. S.
Introductory, Social, (2004). Using a "new classic" film to teach about stereotyping
2004 Personality and prejudice. Teaching of Psychology, 31 (3), 199-202.
Dunn, D.S. (2004). Teaching about the origins of behavior: A
course on evolutionary and cultural psychology. Teaching of
2004 Special Topics, Social Psychology, 31 (2), 126-127.
Knight, J. L., Hebl, M. R., & Mendoza, M. (2004). Toy story:
Human Sexuality, Social, Illustrating gender differences in a motor skills task. Teaching of
2004 Women and Gender Psychology, 31 (2), 101-103.
Human Sexuality, Kowalski, R.M. (2004). Teaching application and personal
Personality, Social, relevance through writing in courses on gender. Teaching of
2004 Women and Gender Psychology, 31 (4), 279-281.
Marchel, C. A. (2004). Evaluating reflection and sociaocultural
Careers, Field awareness in service learning classes. Teaching of Psychology,
2004 Placement 31 (2), 120-123.
Teaching, Women and Moradi, B. (2004). Teaching about diversities: The shadow/role-
2004 Gender play exercise. Teaching of Psychology, 31 (3), 188-191.
Forrest, K. D. (2003). Overcoming unintentional barriers with
intentional strategies: Educating faculty about student disabilities.
2003 Teaching, Special Topics Teaching of Psychology, 30 (3), 270-276.
Isbell, L. M. & Tyler, J. M. (2003). Teaching students about in-
group favoritism and the minimal groups paradigm. Teaching of
2003 Social Psychology, 30 (2), 127-130.
Lockett, C. T. (2003). Changing views of culture and behavior:
Social, Community, An interview with robert serpell. Teaching of Psychology, 30 (1),
2003 Special Topics 79-83.
Ocampo, C., Prieto, L. R., Whittlesey, V., Connor, J., Janco-
Gidley, J., Mannix, S., & Sare, K. (2003). Diversity reaserch in
teaching of psychology: Summary and recommendations.
2003 Teaching Teaching of Psychology, 30 (1), 5-18.
Career, Social, Probst, T. M. (2003). Effectiveness of a workplace diversity
2003 Industrial/Organizational course. Teaching of Psycology, 30 (3), 236.
Gordon, A. K., & Kaplar, M. E. (2002). A new technique for
demonstrating the actore-observer bias. Teaching of
2002 Social Psychology, 29 (4), 301-303.
Hillman, J., & Martin, R. A. (2002). Lessons about gay an
Human Sexuality, Social, dlesbian lives: A spaceship exercise. Teaching of Psychology,
2002 General, All 29 (4), 308-311.
Poorman, P. B. (2002). Biography and role playing: Fostering
Abnormal, empathy in abnormal psychology. Teaching of Psychology,
2002 Clinical/Counseling 29 (1), 32-36.
Schneider, F. W. (2002). Applying social psychological concepts
to a norm-violation experience. Teaching of Psychology, 29 (1),
2002 Introductory, Social 36-38.
Tomcho, T. J., & Foels, R. (2002). Teaching acculturation:
Developing multiple "cultures" in the classroom and role-playing
Introductory, Community, the acculturation process. Teaching of Psychology, 29 (3), 226-
2002 Social 229.
Abnormal, Desrochers, M. N., House, A. M., & Seth, P. (2001).
Clinical/Counseling, Supplementing lecture with simulations in developmental
2001 Developmental, disabilities: SIDD software. Teaching of Psychology, 28 (3), 227-
Sensation and Ganske, K. H. & Hebl, M. R. (2001). Once upon a time there
Perception, Social, was a math contest: Gender stereotyping and memory.
2001 Women and Gender Teaching of Psychology, 28 (4), 266-268.
Junn, E. N., Grier, L. K., & Behrens, D. P. (2001). Playing
"sherlock holmes": Enhancing students' understanding of
prejudice and stereotyping. Teaching of Psychology, 28 (2), 121-
2001 Social 124.
Women and Gender, Madson, L. (2001). A classroom activity exploring the complexity
2001 Special Topics of sexual orientation. Teaching of Psychology, 28 (1), 32-35.
Clinical/Counseling, McCreary, M. L. & Walker, T. D. (2001). Teaching multicultural
Community, Field counseling prepracticum. Teaching of Psychology, 28 (3), 195-
2001 Placement 198.
Moradi, B. & Yoder, J. D. (2001). Demonstrating social
Human Sexuality, Social, constructionism in psychology courses: The "who am I" exercise.
2001 Women and Gender, Teaching of Psychology, 28 (3), 201-203.
Sexuality, Special Waterman, A. D., Reid, J. D., Garfield, L. D., & Hoy, S. J. (2001).
Topics, Social, Women From curiosity to care: Heterosexual student interest in sexual
2001 and Gender diversity courses. Teaching of Psychology, 28 (1), 21-26.
Community, Ethics, Balls-Organista, P., Chun, K. M., & Marin, G. (2000). Teaching
Personality, Religion and an undergraduate course on ethnic diveristy. Teaching of
2000 Faith-based, Social Psychology, 27 (1), 12-17.
Banyard, V. L. (2000). Using first-person accounts to teach
Abnormal, students about psychological disorders. Teaching of Psychology,
2000 Clinical/Counseling 27 (1), 40-43.
Community, Health Bristow, A. R. (2000). HIV disease in the psychology curriculum.
2000 Psychology, Social Teaching of Psychology, 27 (2), 98-102.
Collins, L. H. (2000). Creating gender role: Demonstrating the
Personality, Social, impact of power differentials. Teaching of Psychology, 27 (1), 37-
2000 Women and Gender 40.
Clinical/Counseling, Gloria, A. M., Rieckmann, T. R., & Rush, J. D. (2000). Issues and
Psychology of Peace, recommendations for teaching an ethnic/culture-based course.
2000 Special Topics, Teaching Teaching of Psychology, 27 (2), 102-107.
Clinical/Counseling, Hill IV, G. (2000). Incorporating a Cross-Cultural Perspective in
Special Topics, Social, the Undergraduate Psychology Curriculum: An.. Teaching of
2000 Teaching Psychology, 27 (1), 71. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Cognitive, Social, Jackson, J. W. (2000). Demonstrating the concept of illusory
2000 Research Methods correlation. Teaching of Psychology, 27 (4), 273-276.
Kowalski, R. M. (2000). Including gender, race, and ethnicity in
psychology content courses. Teaching of Psychology, 27 (1), 18-
2000 Teaching, Special Topics 24.
Research Methods, Lipsitz, A. (2000). Research methods with a smile: A gender
Statistics, Women and difference exercise that teaches methodology. Teaching of
2000 Gender Psychology, 27 (2), 111-113.
Introductory, Social, Plous, S. (2000). Responding to overt displays of prejudice: A
2000 Research Methods role-playing exercise. Teaching of Psychology, 27 (3), 198-200.
Budesheim, T. L. & Lundquist, A. R. (1999). Consider the
opposite: Opening minds through in-class debates on course
1999 Introductory, Social related controversies. Teaching of Psychology, 26 (2), 106-110.
Cabe, P. A., Walker, M. H. & Williams, M. (1999). Newspaper
advice column letters as teaching cases for developmental
1999 Developmental psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 26 (2), 128-130.
Cavanaugh, J. C. (1999). Integrating the humanities into a liberal
arts course on adult development and aging. Teaching of
1999 Developmental Psychology, 26 (1), 51-52.
Coolidge, D. S. (1999). Suggestions on teaching international
students: Advice for psychology instructors. Teaching of
1999 Teaching, Special Topics Psycholgy, 26 (2), 126-128.
Fingerman, K. L. & Bertrand, R. (1999). Approaches to teaching
adult development within a lifespan development course.
1999 Developmental, Social Teaching of Psychology, 26 (1), 55-57.
Statistics, Learning, Gibson, W. E. & Darron, C. (1999). Teaching statistics to a
1999 Teaching student who is blind. Teaching of Psychology, 26 (2), 130-131.
Social, Special Topics, Khan, S. R. (1999). Teaching an undergraduate course on the
1999 Teaching psychology of racism. Teaching of Psychology, 26 (1), 28-33.
McGuire, L. C. & Zwahr, M. D. (1999). Tying it together: Two
comprehensive projects for adult development and aging
1999 Developmental courses. Teaching of Psychology, 26 (1), 53-55.
Munoz-Dunbar, R & Stanton, A. L. (1999). Ethnic diversity in
clinical psychology: Recruitment and admission practices among
1999 Special Topics doctoral programs. Teaching of Psychology, 26 (4), 259-263.
Introductory, Simoni, J. M., Sexton-Radek, K., Yescavage, K., Richard, H. &
Clinical/Counseling, Lundquist, A. (1999). Teaching diversity: Experiences and
Community, Teaching, recommendations of american psychological association division
1999 Social 2 members. Teaching of Psychology, 26 (2), 89-95.
Whitbourne, S. K. & Collins, K. (1999). Employing interactive
Developmental, learning methods in a course on the psychology of aging.
1999 Teaching Teaching of Psychology, 26 (1), 48-49.
Community, Boyatzis, C. J. (1998). A collaborative assignment on the role of
Developmental, culture in child development and education. Teaching of
1998 Teaching Psychology, 25 (3), 195-198.
Harton, H. C., Green, L. R., Jackson, C., & Latane, B. (1998).
Demonstrating dynamic social impact: Consolidation, clustering,
Social Psychology, correlation and (sometimes) the correct answer. Teaching of
1998 Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 25 (1), 31-34.
Johnson, W. B., & Corser, R. (1998). Learning ethics the hard
Clinical/Counseling, way: Facing the ethics committee. Teaching of Psychology,
1998 Ethics 25 (1), 26-28.
Introductory, Social, Lawrence, S .M. (1998). Unveiling positions of priviledge: A
Ethics, Psychology of hands-on approach to understanding racism. Teaching of
1998 Peace, Special Psychology, 25 (3), 198-200.
Special Topics, Women Bohan, J. S. (1997). Teaching on the edge: The psychology of
1997 and Gender sexual orientation. Teaching of Psychology, 24 (1), 27-32.
Ford, T. E. & Grossman, R. W. (1997). Teaching about
unintentional racism in introductory psychology. Teaching of
1997 Introductory, Teaching Psychology, 24 (3), 186-188.
Goldstein, S. B. (1997). The power of stereotypes: A labeling
1997 Social exercise. Teaching of Psychology, 24 (4), 256-258.
Human Sexuality, Hammerle, G. (1997). Challenging sexual stereotypes: An
Teaching, Women and interview with charlene l. muehlenhard. Teaching of Psychology,
1997 Gender 24 (1), 64-68.
Hogben, M. & Waterman, C. K. (1997). Are all your students
represented in their textbooks? A content analysis of coverage
Introductory, Teaching, of diversity issues in introductory psychology textbooks.
1997 Special Topics Teaching of Psychology, 24 (2), 95-100.
Ethics, Human Sexuality, Liddle, B. J. (1997). Coming out in class: Disclosure of sexual
Women and Gender, orientation and teaching evaluations. Teaching of Psychology,
1997 Special Topics, Teaching 24 (1), 32-35.
Neysmith-Roy, J. M. & Kleisinger, C. L. (1997). Using
biographies of adults over 65 years of age to understand life-
span development psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 24 (2),
1997 Developmental 116-118.
Wilson, J. F. (1997). Changes in female students' attitudes
toward women's lifestyles and career choices during a
psychology of women course. Teaching of Psychology, 24 (1),
1997 Women and Gender 50-52.
Psychology of Peace, Campbell, J. F. (1996). Psychology student as advocate: Public
1996 Research Methods policy in the classroom. Teaching of Psychology, 23 (2), 116-118.
Friedrich, J. (1996). On seeing oneself as less self-serving than
others: The ultimate self-serving bias. Teaching of Psychology,
1996 Cognitive, Social 23 (2), 107-109.
Introductory, Community, Hamill, S. B., & Hale, C. (1996). Your lot in life. Teaching of
1996 Developmental Psychology, 23 (4), 245-246.
Richard, H. W. (1996). Filmed in black and white: Teaching the
Introductory, Personality, concept of racial identity at a predominantly white university.
1996 Social Psychology Teaching of Psychology, 23 (3), 159-161.
Human Sexuality, Social, Simoni, J. M. (1996). Confronting heterosexism in the teaching of
1996 Women and Gender psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 23 (4), 220-227.
White, A. M., & Potgieter, C. A. (1996). Teaching community
Community, Special psychology im postapartheid South Africa. Teaching of
1996 Topics Psychology, 23 (2), 82-86.
Goldstein, S. B. (1995). Cross-cultural psychology as a
cirriculum transformation resource. Teaching of Psychology,
1995 Teaching 22 (4), 228-232.
Hebl, M. R. (1995). Gender bias in leader selection. Teaching
1995 Women and Gender of Psychology, 22 (3), 186-188.
Human Sexuality, Crawford, M. (1994). Rethinking the romance:Teaching the
Women and Gender, content and function of gender stereotypes in the psychology of
1994 Special Topics women course. Teaching of Psychology, 21 (3), 151-153.
Whitbourne, S. K., & Cassidy, E. L. (1994). Psychological
implications of infantalization: A class exercise. Teaching of
1994 Developmental Psychoogy, 21 (3), 167-168.
Introductory, White, A. M. (1994). A course in the psychology of oppression: A
Clinical/Social, different approach to teaching about diveristy. Teaching of
1994 Community, Social Psychology, 21 (1), 17-23.
Wurst, S. A., & Wolford, K. (1994). Integrating disability
Abnormal, Cognitive, awareness into psychology courses: Applications in abnormal
Sensation and psychology and perception. Teaching of Psychology, 21 (4), 233-
1994 Perception 235.
Teaching, Women and Elliot, L. B. (1993). Using debates to teach the psychology of
1993 Gender women. Teaching of Psychology, 20 (1), 35-38.
Meehan, A. M. & Hoffert, D. (1993). Strategies and resources for
teaching statistics to visually impaired students. Teaching of
1993 Statistics, Teaching Psychology, 20 (4), 242-244.
Mosley-Howard, G. S. & Harris, Y. R. (1993). Teaching a course
in african-american psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 20 (4),
1993 Special Topics, Teaching 234-235.
Pulos, S. M. (1993). Illustrating life-span development in physical
1993 Developmental competence. Teaching of Psychology, 20 (4), 244-245.
Introductory, Whitten, L. A. (1993). Infusing black psychology into the
Clinical/Counseling, introductory psychology course. Teaching of Psychology, 20 (1),
1993 Developmental 13-15.
Clinical/Counseling, Chrisler, J. C. (1992). Exploring mental illness through a poetry-
1992 Community writing assignment. Teaching of Psychology, 19 (3), 173-174.
Community, Women and de Barona, M. S., & Reid, P. T. (1992). Ethnic issues in teaching
1992 Gender the psychology of women. Teaching of Psychology, 19 (2), 96-99.
Dunn, D. S. (1992). Perspectives on human aggression: Writing
Introductory, Community, Einstein and Freud on "why war"? Teaching of Psychology,
1992 Social 19 (2), 112-114.
Statistics, Social, Miserandino, M. (1992). Studying a social norm. Teaching of
1992 Teaching Psychology, 19 (2), 103-106.
DeFour, D. C. & Paludi, M. A. (1991). Integrating scholarship
Women and Gender, into the psychology of women course. Teaching of Psychology,
1991 Social 18 (2), 85-90.
Paludi, M. A. (1991). Placing women psychologists in the
Women and Gender, psychology of women course. Teaching of Psychology, 18 (3),
1991 Social 172-174.
Developmental, Human Paludi, M. A. (1991). Value of a developmental perspective in
Sexuality, Women and teaching the psychology of women. Teaching of Psychology,
1991 Gender 18 (1), 37-40.
Bohan, J. S. (1990). Social constructionism and contextual
History of Psychology, history: An expanded approach to the history of psychology.
1990 Women and Gender Teaching of Psychology, 17 (2), 82-89.
Buck, J. L. (1990). Nonsexist Language: Successes,
Cognitive, Women and Neologisms, and Barbarisms. Teaching of Psychology, 17(3),
1990 Psychology 198. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Introductory, Research Hatcher, J. W, Jr. (1990). Using riddles to introduce the process
Methods, Special Topics, and experience of scientific thinking. Teaching of Psychology,
1990 Teaching 17 (2), 123-124.
Hettich, P. (1990). Journal writing: Old fare or nouvelle cuisine?
1990 Learning, Teaching Teaching of Psychology, 17 (1), 36-39.
Abnormal, Human Kite, M. E. (1990). Defining normal sexual behavior: A classroom
1990 Sexuality exercise. Teaching of Psychology, 17 (2), 118-119.
Lippman, L. G. The cross-sectional seminar. Teaching of
1990 Teaching Psychology, 17 (3), 190-192.
Women and Gender,
Social, Special Topics, Lips, H. M. (1990). Using science fiction to teach the psychology
1990 Teaching of sex and gender. Teaching of Psychology, 17 (3), 197-198.
Methods, Tests and Gordon, R. A. (1989). Stereotype measurement and the 'kernel
1989 Measurements of truth' hypothesis. Teaching of Psychology, 16 (4), 209-211.
Rabinowitz, F. E. (1989). Creating the multiple personality: An
Abnormal, experiential demonstration for an undergraduate abnormal
1989 Clinical/Counseling psychology class. Teaching of Psychology, 16 (2), 69-71.
Wight, R. D. (1989). Fostering insight into personal conceptions
of the elderly: A simulation exercise. Teaching of Psychology,
1989 Developmental 16 (4), 216-218.
Cushner, K. H. (1987). Teaching cross-cultural psychology:
Learning, Social, Special Providing the missing link. Teaching of Psychology, 14 (4), 220-
1987 Topics, Teaching 224.
Torrey, J. W. (1987). Phases of feminist revision in the
Personality, Women and psychology of personality. Teaching of Psychology, 14 (4), 155-
1987 Gender 160.
Paludi, M. A. (1986). Teaching the psychology of gender roles:
Human Sexuality and Some life-stage considerations. Teaching of Psychology, 13 (3),
1986 Psychology of Women 133-138.
Rainey, D. W. (1986). A gender difference in acceptance of sport
agression: A classroom activity. Teaching of Psychology, 13 (3),
1986 Women and Gender 138-140.
Women and Gender, Sholley, B. K. (1986). Value of book discussions in a psychology
1986 Teaching of women course. Teaching of Psychology, 12 (3), 151-152.
Barnes, D. R. (1985). Teaching "the psychology of adult
1985 Developmental development and aging". Teaching of Psychology, 12 (1), 37-39.
History of Psychology, Furumoto, L. (1985). Placing women in the history of psychology
1985 Women and Gender course. Teaching of Psychology, 12 (4), 203-205.
Prentice-Dunn, S. & Roberts, M. C. (1985). A summer internship
in psychological research: Preparation of minority
undergraduates for graduate study. Teaching of Psychology,
1985 Teaching, Special Topics 12 (3), 142-145.
Walsh, M. R. (1985). The psychology of women course: A
Women and Gender, continuing catalyst for change. Teaching of Psychology, 12 (4),
1985 Research Methods 198-203.
Community, Psychology Banziger, G. (1984). A problem-solving workshop: The middle
of Peace, Social, east comes to a psychology class. Teaching of Psychology
1984 Teaching 11 (1), 36-37.
Panek, P. E. (1984), A classroom technique for demostrating
Developmental, negative attitudes toward aging. Teaching of Psychology, 11 (3),
1984 Teaching 173-174.
Panek, P. E. (1983). Psychology of aging: Students' perceptions
of most important course material. Teaching of Psychology,
1983 Developmental 10 (1), 56.
Scott, R. L. (1983). A course surveying the discipline of
psychology from a mexican perspective. Teaching of
1983 Special Topics Psychology, 10 (3), 171-172.
Human Sexuality, Anderson, W. P. (1982). The use of journals in a human
1982 Teaching sexuality course. Teaching of Psychology, 9 (2), 105-107.
Freedman, R. J. (1982). Mainstreaming the psychology of
women into the core curriculum. Teaching of Psychology, 9 (3),
1982 Women and Gender 165-168.
Evans, J. D. (1981). Personal involvement projects in the
psychology of againg: Some examples and an empirical
1981 Developmental investigation. Teaching of Psychology, 8 (4), 230-233.
Abnormal, Napoletano, M. A. (1981). The effects of academic instruction in
Clinical/Counseling, Field psychology on student nurses' attitudes toward mental illness.
1981 Placement Teaching of Psychology, 8 (1), 22-24.
Abnormal. Fernald, C. D. (1980). Feeling abnormal: Simulation of deviancy
Clinical/Counseling, in abnormal and exceptionality courses. Teaching of Psychology,
1980 Community 7 (1), 46-47.
Hynek, D., Kathleen, M., & Goodman, S. (1980). Think old:
Developmental, Twenty-five classrroom exercises for courses in aging. Teaching
1980 Teaching of Psychology, 7 (2), 96-99.
Terry, W. S. (1980). Tracing psychologists' 'roots': A project for
history and systems course. Teaching of Psychology, 7 (3), 176-
1980 History of Psychology 177.
Teaching, Dailey, A. L. (1979). Teaching psychology to physically
1979 Clinical/Counseling handicapped students. Teaching of Psychology, 6 (4), 219-222.
Social Psychology, Dorris,W., & Ducey,R. (1978). Social psychology and sex roles in
1978 Women and Gender films. Teaching of Psychology, 5 (3), 168-169.
Women and Gender, Riger, S. (1978). A technique for teaching psychology of women:
1978 Human Sexuality Content analysis. Teaching of Psychology, 5 (4), 221-223.
Teaching, Field Dullaert, J. (1977). Teaching psychology of the aged: Six
1977 Placement obstacles to learning. Teaching of Psychology, 4 (2), 68-72.
DeVoge, S., & Varble, D. L. (1976). The joint use of experimental
and cognitive learning in the classroom: Teaching with personal
1976 Cognitive, Teaching relevance. Teaching of Psychology, 3 (4), 168-171.
Clinical/Counseling, Gardner, J. M. (1976). The myth of mental illness game:Sick is
1976 Community, Social just a four letter word. Teaching of Psychology, 3 (3),141-142.
Hettich, P. (1976). The journal: An autobiographical approact to
1976 Teaching learning. Teaching of Psychology, 3 (2), 60-63.
Stefan, E. S. (1976). Experimental education in
1976 Personality, Teaching depersonalization. Teaching of Psychology, 3 (1), 19-21.
Human Sexuality, Gebhard, P. (1975). Preparation for a course on human
1975 Teaching sexuality. Teaching of Psychology, 2 (1), 31-33.
The survey research revealed the details of diversity education taught in classes across universities
Researching the effects of role-playing on responses to prejudice comments before and after exposure to roles
Examines the impact of diversity courses on various student's attitude, enrolled for different courses, towards main
As the title suggests, this research studies the long lasting effects of education about race issues. Data suggests some
positive long lasting effects.
Focuses on the issues of transgender population and their general neglect in psychology literature
This work concerns itself with spreading the awareness of privilege rather than prejudice, especially white privilege and
its effects of racism.
Observes the difference that education about racial diversity and privilege can make to student attitudes.
Tackles the main issues in multicultural education such as teaching gender, sexuality, racial differences etc.
Describes how instructors can teach Abnormal Psychology courses or teach about "madness" from multiple
perspectives: social, philosophical, and historical.
Presents an exercise to help students realize the contributions of women in psychology by having them create and
examine posters. The exercise can also be modified to help students learn about the contributions of other groups in
Outlines three activities (using intelligence testing) that can be used to teach students about multiculturalism. The
students were found to have become more knowledgeable about multiculturalism and believed multiculturalism to be
more important after having done the activities.
Presents an interview with Susan T. Fiske, a professor of psychology at Princeton. She is particularly interested in how
minorities cope with prejudice, and does most of her research in this area. She speaks about teaching students about
prejudice and discrimination.
Describes a demonstration of how presenting examples of representativeness heuristics affects the understanding of
these heuristics. The results indicated that providing examples only lead to poor judgments.
Presents sexual diversity issues and describes an exercise to help students experience the challenge of disclosing a
Describes an activity that can be used after watching the movie The Breakfast Club. The activity was useful in helping
students learn about stereotyping and prejudice.
Presents a course indicating that evolution and culture are both significant for explaining the origin of behavior. The
author provides readings, discussion topics, assignments, exams, and students' reactions about the course.
Describes a classroom task using Barbie dolls and Transformers to demonstrate that students were able to complete
the assignment when performing gender stereotype congruent tasks than incongruent tasks. Students believed that the
task was beneficial and helpful.
Presents two writing assignments that have been found to be useful in helping students gain awareness about societal
issues faced by men and women.
Presents a rubric for assessing the quality of students' reflections in journals about service learning experiences. The
author provides suggestions for instruction, assessment, and grading.
Describes a shadow/role-play assignment that was demonstrated to have been useful in helping students learn about
various diversity issues. The author suggests that the activity can be adapted to teach about many diversity issues and
in many psychology courses.
Describes an interview with Krista Forrest. She elaborates on her research on disabilities and gives suggestions to
An in class activity was used to demonstrate the effect of arbitrarily creating two groups on in-group favoritism. This
activity spurred discussions about a possible relationship among categorization, discrimination, and prejudice. The
activity was also useful in demonstrating in-group favoritism.
Describes an interview with Robert Serpell; an assistant professor at James Madison University. He is particularly
interested in cultural and personal identity factors that promote achievement among minority populations. Views of
culture and behavior are discussed
Presents a review of the research published in Teaching of Psychology from 1974 to 2002 to determine how many
articles were related to diversity. They determined that about seven percent were and they made suggestions for future
research in the area of diversity.
The effectiveness of a psychology workplace diversity course was examined to determine its effect on changing the
attitudes of students toward several minority groups in the work force. The course did have a positive effect students'
Describes a new activity that was effective in demonstrating the actor-observer bias and was also found by students to
be enjoyable, memorable, and helpful.
Outlines an active learning activity that was found to have been helpful in fostering more positive attitudes towards gays
Describes an exercise to help students gain empathy towards those with psychological disorders by role playing and
acting in a manner characteristic of a certain disorder.
Describes an exercise in which students enact a social norm violation. The activity was recommended by the students
and thought of as valuable.
Presents an activity to teach students about the process of acculturation and to help them broaden their knowledge
about global-cultural issues. The students evaluated the activity as helpful in teaching them to become more empathetic
towards those who are changing cultures.
Describes an evaluation of software (SIDD) designed to provide students with practice in behavioral assessment and
treatment of individuals with developmental disabilities. The results indicated that the software did increase the
knowledge of students who used the software compared to those who were only taught through lecture.
Presents a class activity used to help students observe the effect of gender stereotypes on memory processes.
Students told stories; the gender of the main character influenced how students remembered and retold the story.
An in-class activity was used to strengthen students' understanding of prejudice and stereotyping. Minority students
reported more benefits from this exercise than did white students.
Describes an activity used to demonstrate the challenges in determining definite categories of sexual orientation.
The authors promote having a multicultural counseling prepracticum course. They hypothesized that the course would
help counselors become more skilled in helping clients from diverse backgrounds.
Describes an in-class activity that was used to demonstrate social constructionism. Students wrote ten responses to
the question "who am I?" and their fellow classmates were able to guess the gender of the student who wrote the
Describes a study that determined the effects of a psychology of homosexuality course on the attitudes and knowledge
of students about sexual minorities. The course promoted the change students' attitudes and increased their support
for sexual minorities. Effective teaching strategies are discussed.
Describes a Psychology of Ethnic Groups course and presents descriptions of in-class exercises, readings, and
strategies that are helpful in teaching students about race and ethnicity, racism and stereotyping, ethnic stratification,
ethnic identity, acculturation, and biculturalism.
Demonstrates that the use of autobiographical writing is helpful in teaching students about psychological disorders and
helpful in increasing their empathy.
Provides suggestions on how the topic of HIV can be incorporated into psychology by using research findings,
discussing diversity issues, and utilizing the students' critical thinking skills.
Presents a demonstration based on the Zimbardo prison study illustrating the effects of power differentials on the
gender role behavior of men and women.
Discusses concerns and strategies for instructors in ethnic/diversity courses. Discusses how instructors can assist
student learning and provide an open environment for the students in the classroom.
Presents an interview with David Matsumoto regarding cross-cultural psychology in undergraduate courses. Provides a
definition of cross-cultural psychology from Matsumoto and differentiates among cross-cultural, cultural, ethnic, and
Outlines a classroom activity to demonstrate illusory correlation and how social stereotypes are partly explained by such
Presents a discussion of the importance of incorporating diversity issues into psychology courses and provides
information of some challenges and suggestions on how to address the topic.
Outlines a study demonstrating gender difference by examining smiles in yearbook pictures. The students found the
activity to be enjoyable, found that it served a purpose, and would recommend the activity for other classes.
The researcher describes a classroom adaptation of Lewinian "action research" using scenarios concerning prejudice.
The activity was found to have been useful in teaching the students about social psychology and social problems.
Discusses the effect of the "consider-the-opposite" strategy on reducing biases and prejudice.
The use of newspaper advice columns to address developmental issues is examined.
A freshman liberal arts course on adult development and aging is described. Suggestions for structuring the course are
Faculty issues are addressed, issues such as how to overcome barriers when working with international students are
Exercises that emphasize the way social biases influence adult development and aging are described.
Describes the use of cardboard and modeling clay devices to teach statistics to blind students.
Describes the format and content that can be used for teaching a seminar class about racism and its psychological
theories. Multiple teaching methods are defined and potential problems are addressed.
Presents projects that highlight the multidimensionality of aging are outlined. The biological, psychological, and
sociocultural aspects of aging are considered.
Outlines practices of several doctoral psychology programs who report successful recruitment practices.
Discusses the importance of teaching diversity. The experiences of respondents who believe diversity is important are
Addresses the teaching the psychology of aging based on an interdisciplinary approach. An interactive method for
teaching this course is also described.
Presents a project to help students understand the influence of culture in development and education and helps
students learn Bronfenbrenner's ecological model and its application. An in-depth study of math education in the United
States and Asia are presented. Provides suggestions on how to incorporate diversity into psychology courses.
A study that demonstrates the effect of small social interaction on group dynamics and dynamic social interaction.
Discusses the importance of teaching ethics to psychology students. Refers to APA guidelines.
Presents a classroom exercise to demonstrate White privilege and institutional racism to undergraduates.
Describes the development and objectives of a course called 'The Psychology of Sexual Orientation'.
Describes a case study approach pertaining to teaching unintentional racism in psychology courses.
Outlines a labeling exercise, used to emphasize the impact that stereotypes have on the perceiver and the target.
Describes an interview with Charlene L. Muehlenhard. She presents her views on sexuality and gender issues, as well
as the teaching of these topics.
Examines the limited amount of diversity related topics in textbooks published in the 1990's.
Describes the teaching evaluations of a psychology professor who disclosed her sexual orientation as a lesbian.
Examines the experiences of students who assisted senior citizens as part of a project in their life-span development
Describes the changes in women's attitudes after taking a psychology of women course.
Examines the knowledge of students in the role psychology plays in public policy. Provides information on using
psychology and counseling courses to help students understand the relationship between research and public theory.
Describes a study to teach students about self serving bias. It provides background information on the study, methods
used, and discussions on findings.
Outlines the game "Your Lot in Life" to help students understand developmental issues and improve critical thinking
Outlines an assignment to help students learn about racial identity. Describes Black and White identity stages and
provides suggestions in applying the Black Racial Identity Model to other racial groups.
Provides suggestions to increase discourse of gay and lesbian issues in psychology courses by challenging prejudicial
Outlines a course on community psychology especially addressing problems affecting Blacks in South Africa.
Integrating diversity into the classroom is examined through the use of cross-cultural psychology. Several issues
related to cross-cultural psychology are examined.
Gender bias in leader selection is examined, as are stereotypes about women.
Discusses the use of examining contents of romance novels to analyze their message on femininity, masculinity, and
love and relationships. The assignment is used to teach about gender stereotypes.
Describes a nursing home simulation activity to teach students about the psychology of aging, especially to increase
awareness of the negative effects of infantilizing treatment of elders.
Outlines a course on multiculturalism and diversity. Includes the course objectives, format, materials, assignments, and
student reactions and concerns.
Describes a disability simulation activity to help students learn about abnormal psychology and perception.
The advantages of using debates as a teaching tool is described. Critical thinking is enhanced by using this tool.
Information is given on special resources that can be used to teach visually impaired students. These resources would
make it possible to for the impaired and unimpaired to have the same responsibilities.
Describes the methods and issues that can be used in teaching a course in African-American psychology. Several
possible topics are also presented.
Describes an in-class activity that can be used to show students that there is not actually a major decline in physical
performance with increasing age. The reactions of the students are also discussed.
Explains the importance of including the study of black psychology into introductory psychology courses. The
importance of learning about the psychological development of different ethnic and racial groups is also considered.
Outlines a poetry-writing assignment to help students understand the experience of mental illness.
Examines the ethnic perspective in teaching psychology of women and discusses mental health for ethnic women.
Describes a writing exercise to help students learn about human aggression and conflicts among humans.
Presents an activity to the social norms of a class. Discussion on behavior, peer-group norms, and research on social
norms are also presented.
Describes the benefits of including information about ethnicity in psychology of women courses.
Describes the benefits of including information about women psychologists in psychology of women courses.
A developmental approach to teaching psychology of women courses is explored. Specific topics considered include
women and girls' developmental issues and gender role issues.
Discusses the importance of social constructionism, the importance of context in the history of psychology, and
examines their influence in women psychologists.
Examines the use of sexist language based on "etymological accuracy and linguistic esthetics" and their effects to the
Introduces a riddle activity to help students learn about multiple perspectives in science and other processes involved in
Evaluates journal writing as a teaching and learning tool for students to stimulate critical thinking and develop self-
Outlines a classroom activity for the definition of 'normal sexual behavior' and illustrates the difficulty of such a task.
Discusses the usefulness of oral reports in helping students learn about various topics.
Discusses the use of science fiction novels to illustrate the link between assumptions about gender, examines social
constructionism, and the impact of gender on social relationships.
Explains a stereotype measurement demonstration. The kernel of truth hypothesis is also explored.
The advantages and disadvantages of "creating" the multiple personality disorder as a classroom activity is examined.
Knowledge of hypnosis and trance states is necessary.
A simulation exercise that investigates students' views of the elderly is examined.
The process of learning about cross-cultural psychology is explored. Culture-assimilator training is also investigated.
Presents a sequence of five stages that are relevant to personality psychology. The stages are based on feminist
Discusses gender roles with a developmental emphasis. It discusses stereotypes of men and women and considers the
life-stages of students.
Discusses a classroom activity that demonstrates gender difference in evaluation of aggressive behavior in sports.
Males endorse aggressive behavior.
Evaluates the effectiveness of book discussion in teaching psychology of women courses.
An advanced undergraduate course on adult development and aging is explored. The topics and advantages of the
course are explained
Presents how women have largely been excluded from history of psychology courses. Suggestions on how to integrate
female figures into these courses is also presented.
The Minority Access to Research Careers Programs is described. This program helps undergraduate minority students
prepare for graduate study.
Argues the benefits of developing separate courses on the psychology of women as a means of assembling resources
for research. Suggestions for faculty members are given.
Provides suggestions on problem-solving strategies in teaching about the conflict in Israel and Palestine. Suggestions
for reading and structure and format of the course/symposium are given.
Outlines a classroom activity to demonstrate negative attitudes towards aging.
Proposes the development of a psychology of aging course and explores the topics that would be included.
Describes a course called Psychology in Mexico and explores why studies would be suitable in Mexico.
Provides suggestions about using journal writing to teach students about human sexuality and evaluation of the
Provides suggestions and information on teaching about psychology of women through a feminist perspective.
Describes the development of a course that was designed to help students confront the reality of aging.
Investigates the advantages of implementing a practicum program for nursing students that would aid them in better
understanding mental health issues.
Outlines an experiential activity that will help students realize the concept of abnormality. The activity is intended to help
students be more empathetic towards those judged as abnormal and be more knowledgeable of research findings.
Provides information on classroom exercises to teach about aging.
Outlines a course project for a History and Systems courses in which students will trace the roots of certain
Describes the recommended procedures for teaching psychology to physically handicapped individuals. Several
disabilities are considered.
Outlines a course where students can learn about gender roles by observing interactions in films. It provides objectives
of the course, details of the approach, and outcomes of the approach.
Suggests a content analysis technique for how men and women are portrayed in the media to teach a Psychology of
Women course. Provides goals and results of students' content analyses.
Proposes a humanistic method of teaching that would allow on-site experiences. Obstacles to learning are also
Provides techniques for teaching using a combination of cognitive and personal experience to help students learn about
various psychological theories. The technique can be adapted for diversity courses.
Provides information about the Mental Illness Game, which may be useful in teaching students about the myths of
Outlines an autobiographical technique in learning where students connect class materials to their thoughts and
personal experiences. Suggestions for writing journals and critiques of the technique are given.
Outlines a course on learning through experience by becoming more aware of the self and others.
Describes the preparation needed in order to begin teaching a course on human sexuality.
History of Psychology
Psychology of Peace
Religion or Faith-based
Sensation and Perception
Tests and Measurement
Women and Gender