TEACHING HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY: IDEAS AND ACTIVITIES. Have Pavlov or Freud Speak to Your Class. Use of Other Faculty. Use of Slides. Other Audiovisual Aids. Getting Contemporary Giants in Psychology to Speak to Your Class. Bulletin Board Displays. Extra Reading Assignments. Research Projects. Other Student Projects: Odds and Ends. Articles on Teaching the History of Psychology. References. PUBLISED SOURCES ON HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY: Indexes to Biography. Principle [sic] Sources of Biography. Bibliographies on Individual Psychologists. Topical Bibliographies. Peridocals and History of Psychology. General Works on the History of Psychology. Readings Books: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources. AUDIOVISUAL SOURCES. Films. Audiotapes. Photographs and Other Illustrations. METHODS AND RESOURCES IN HISTORICAL RESEARCH. Archival Research. Oral History. Quantitative Technigues: Content Analysis. Citation Analysis. General Methods and Issues. Resources on Historical Research. Oral History Collections: Archives of the History of American Psychology. National Library of Medicine. American Psychological Association Archives. Canadian Psychological Association archives. Archives. Manuscript Collections. QUESTIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS AND CLASS DISCUSSION. Essay and Discussion Questions. Quotes. Matching. Expansion Questions. Index.
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