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Integrating Aging Topics into Psychology

A Practical Guide for Teaching Undergraduates
  • ISBN-13: 9781557989703
  • Publisher: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
    Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
  • Author: Whitbourne, Susan Krauss
  • Price: AUD $43.99
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  • Availability: This book is temporarily out of stock, order will be despatched as soon as fresh stock is received.
  • Local release date: 30/12/2002
  • Format: Paperback (230.00mm X 0.00mm) 304 pages Weight: 531g
  • Categories: Child & developmental psychology [JMC]Teaching of a specific subject [JNU]Maturation & ageing [MFKH3]
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This edited work provides psychology instructors with practical instruction for integrating ageing and adult development topics into their courses. The field of gerontology is one of the fastest growing areas in psychology. However, most undergraduate psychology students are rarely exposed to research and theory about the topic in their core classes. If a course does include the topic, class time spent covering it is typically insignificant. At the same time, most psychology textbooks lack sufficient information or material about ageing topics. This inadequate coverage of ageing content in psychology courses has created a "learning gap" for students. In "Integrating Aging Topics into Psychology", leading teacher-scholars provide guidance about ageing topics in the core curriculum, as well as in more specialized areas, such as gender and industrial organizational psychology. The authors not only introduce and discuss different types of ageing content but also present methods for organizing and presenting it within the framework of the regular course structure. They provide simple but effective class exercises and direct instructors to useful supplementary resources. Each chapter also includes an annotated bibliography or resource list. This book provides psychology instructors with useful strategies that will help them introduce their students to the key issues about aging and adult development.
Incorporating Ageing into Psychology Courses - Overview of the Issues, John C. Cavanaugh and Susan Krauss; Whitbourne Introductory Psychology, Susan Krauss; Whitbourne Neuropsychology - Introducing Ageing into the Study of Brain and Behaviour, Antonio Puente; Using and Conducting Ageing Research in Experimental Methods and Statistics Courses, Raymond J. Shaw; Integrating Human Ageing into the Undergraduate Sensation and Perception, Frank Schieber; Incorporating Cognitive Ageing into Cognitive Psychology Courses, Anderson D. Smith; Personality Psychology and Ageing - "Still Crazy After All These Years", Manfred Diehl; Incorporating Ageing into Undergraduate Social Psychology Courses, Karen Kopera-Frye, Richard Wiscott, Dean Blevins and Ana Begovic; Infusing Ageing Content into Health Psychology Courses, Aurora Sherman; Abnormal Psychology, Daniel Segal; Men and Women in Old Age - Incorporating Ageing in Psychology of Gender Courses, Victoria Bedford; Completing the Lifecycle - Incorporating Adult Development and Ageing into Lifespan Psychology Courses, Karen L. Fingerman; Incorporating Ageing into Industrial/Organizational Psychology Courses, Harvey L. Sterns, Ana Begovic and Diane L. Sotnak; Infusing Age Content into the Psychology of Death and Dying, Bert Hayslip Jr; The Ageing Dimension in Personal Relationships Courses, Rosemary Blieszner.
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