Third International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology
ICTP-2008
 

Presentations at the conference:

Index

INTRODUCTION
Victor N. Karandashev, Leningrad State University, St. Petersburg, Russia Conference Chair

Opening Session. Recent International Developments in the Teaching of Psychology

TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY: VIEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Victor Karandashev, Leningrad State University, Russia, and Grand Valley State University, USA

UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
Charles L. Brewer, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina, USA

EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS
Michael J. Stevens, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, USA, The Lucian Blaga University, Sibiu, România

Paper Session 1. Internationalizing Teaching & Learning of Psychology

INTERNATIONALIZING THE PSYCHOLOGY CURRICULUM
Uwe P. Gielen, St. Francis College, New York, USA

TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL PROGRESS: A VIEW FROM CHINA
Houcan Zhang, School of Psychology, Beijing Normal University, China

TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY IN SWITZERLAND AFTER THE BOLOGNA REFORM
Jean Retschitzki, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

THE CHANGING NATURE OF PSYCHOLOGY EDUCATION IN THE UK
Annie Trapp, Higher Education Academy Psychology Network, UK

ITALIAN UNIVERSITY CURRICULA IN PSYCHOLOGY: AN APPRAISAL OF THE EUROPSY PROJECT
Remo Job, University of Trento, Rovereto, Italy, Claudio Tonzar, University of Urbino, Urbino, Italy, Lorella Lotto, Univesity of Padova, Padova, Italy

TRAINING FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS IN FRENCH UNIVERSITIES: EDUCATIONAL MODEL AND CURRENT ISSUES
Benoît Schneider, University of Nancy 2, France, President of the AEPU (Association des Enseignants-chercheurs en Psychologie des Universités, Co-president of the FFPP Fédération Française des Psychologues et de Psychologie)
Catherine Wieder, University of Franche-Comté, France, Secretaire of the AEPU

TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY AND TEACHING ACADEMIC PSYCHOLOGISTS: A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE
Nicholas F. Skinner, King’s University College at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada

LEARNING OUTCOMES AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN PSYCHOLOGY IN AUSTRALIA
Wilson, P., Australian Catholic University, Sydney; Bath, D., Griffith University, Brisbane; Hannan, G., Martin, F., Farrell, G., University of Tasmania; Lipp, O., Terry, D., Chalmers, D., University of Queensland, Brisbane; Provost, S., Southern Cross University, Coffs Harbour, Australia

Paper Session 2. Basic Skills & Pedagogy of Psychology

TECHNIQUES FOR OVERCOMING STUDENTS' BELIEFS IN PSEUDOSCIENCE AND THE PARANORMAL
Richard L. Miller, University of Nebraska at Kearney, Kearney, USA

DEVELOPING CRITICAL THINKING IN RESEARCH METHODS
Bernard Beins, Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, USA

COUNTING QUANTITATIVE REASONING AS A TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY PRIORITY
Neil Lutsky, Kenan Professor of Psychology and Director, Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge Program, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, USA

PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING IN TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY: TRADITIONAL AND DISTRIBUTED APPROACHES
Joerg Zumbach, Department of Science Education and Teacher Training, University of Salzburg, Austria

USING MULTIMEDIA INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: BEST PRACTICES FOR THE TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY
Thomas Ludwig, Hope College, Holland, Michigan USA

TEACHING LEGAL PSYCHOLOGY AS AN APPLICATION OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Michel Sabourin, Department of Psychology, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada

Paper Session 3. Teaching Psychology On-line

TEACHING INTERCULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY ONLINE - CHALLENGES AND PROBLEMS
Joana Miranda, Universidade Aberta, Portugal

A COMPARISON OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION OF LEARNING IN ON-LINE AND IN-PERSON EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY COURSES
Sherri McCarthy, Bennett Edgerly,& Francisco Vasquez, Northern Arizona University-Yuma, USA

TRANSNATIONAL STUDENT ONLINE COLLABORATION: DOES IT REDUCE ETHNOCENTRISM?
Hermann Kurthen, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, USA

IMAGE AND IDENTITY IN ONLINE DISCUSSIONS: USING PSEUDONYMITY IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY TEACHING
Chester, A., RMIT University, Melbourne & O’Hara, A., University of Sydney, Australia

TEACHING ONLINE CASE STUDIES
Stephanie L. Brooke, Excelsior College, Albany, NY, USA

SCAFFOLDING ONLINE-LEARNING IN INSTRUCTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Joerg Zumbach, Department of Science Education and Teacher Training, University of Salzburg, Austria

Paper Session 4. Using Technology to Teach Psychology

E-LEARNING PSYCHOLOGY: PROFILES OF SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS USING SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING TOOLS TO COMPLEMENT TRADITIONAL LECTURES
Lorenzo Vigentini, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT ASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY ESSAYS
Kevin J. Payne, Andrew T. Johnson, & Brian J. Cowley, Park University, Parkville, USA

COLLABORATIVE GROUP PODCASTS IN PSYCHOLOGY: REFLECTIONS AND REACTIONS FROM STUDENTS
Hannah Barton, Philip Penny, Mark Riordan, Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dublin, Ireland

USE OF AUDIENCE RESPONSE TECHNOLOGY IN INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
Susan L. O’Donnell; George Fox University, Newberg, OR, USA

EYE CAN SEE YOU: INCREASING STUDENTS' ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
Chris Pawson, School of Psychology, University of East London, London, UK

TEACH RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND STATISTICS WITH BEAUTY
Mohammad Reza Keyhani School of Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran Medical Sciences University, Tehran, Iran

Paper Session 5. Introductory and General Psychology

PROBLEMS IN TEACHING GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY BASICS
Kornienko A.F., Tatar State University of Humanities and Education, Kazan, Russia

SERVICE LEARNING IN HONORS INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
Teresa K. King, Bridgewater State College, MA, USA

IN THEIR OWN WORDS: SECOND-YEAR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' VIEWS ABOUT THEIR PSYCHOLOGY COURSE
Martin Rowley & James Hartley, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK
Derek Larkin, Edge Hill University, Liverpool, UK

CONTRASTING STUDENT AND INSTRUCTOR VIEWS OF PSYCHOLOGY
Jeffrey D. Holmes, Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, USA

FACTORS INFLUENCING STATISTICS ANXIETY IN UK PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS
Donncha Hanna, School of Psychology, Queens University Belfast, Belfast, N. Ireland

INTERNATIONAL STUDY OF STATISTICAL ANXIETY
Kai Ruggeri, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK,
Carmen Diaz, Universidad de Huelva, Huelva, Spain,
Karl Kelley, North Central College, Naperville, Illinois, USA,
Ilona Papousek, Karl-Franzen’s-Universität, Graz, Austria

Paper Session 6. Psychology Curriculum Innovations

TEACHING ORGANISATIONAL WELLNESS: A POSITIVE LEARNING FORMAT
Freddie Crous, Department of Human Resource Management, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

SITUATING INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: THE INFLUENCE OF CONTEXT
Christian Louis Van Tonder, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

EMBEDDING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS WITHIN THE PSYCHOLOGY CURRICULUM
Isabella McMurray, Pat Roberts, University of Bedfordshire, Luton, England

DEVELOPING WORK-INTEGRATED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDERGRADUATE PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS
Julie Hansen, Greg Thorne, Shari Walsh, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane Australia

GLOBALIZING THE CURRICULUM: A CASE STUDY
Mary L. Meiners, San Diego Miramar College, CA, USA

THE CULTURAL DIMENSION IN TEACHING ABOUT FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY
Sergei Tsytsarev, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, USA

Paper Session 7. Teaching Clinical, Health, and Sport Psychology

CREATING GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS IN STUDENTS: A PRELIMINARY STUDY
Gail Pereira Do Carmo, Laura Sciacca, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA

DIAGNOSIS WITHOUT A CLIENT: THE CHALLENGE OF UNDERGRADUATE CLIENT-BASED LEARNING
Erin O’Connor & Karen Sullivan, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

TEACHING CLINICAL OBSERVATION AND DIAGNOSIC INTERVIEW
Anne Andronikof, Laboratoire IPSé, Université Paris 10, France

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF PSYCHOLOGISTS: TRANSATLANTIC DIFFERENCES AND TRAINING IN CYPRUS
Anthi Loutsiou-Ladd & Georgia Panayiotou, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus

PROFESSIONAL COACH TRAINING: EVALUATION RESEARCH BEYOND PARTICIPANTS' SELF-REPORTS
Heidi Möller & Arthur Drexler, University of Innsbruck, Institute of communication in the professional field and psychotherapy, Innsbruck, Austria

ULUAKEA - HAWAIIAN PLACE-BASED EDUCATIONAL TEACHING OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY
Harald Barkhoff & Taupouri Tangaro, University of Hawai’i at Hilo, Hilo, Hawai’i, USA

Paper Session 8. Teaching, Testing and Assessment

GENERATING EXAM QUESTIONS: DOES IT IMPROVE STUDENTS’ EXAM PERFORMANCE?
Carmen Lebherz, Ulf-Dietrich Reips, Klaus Jonas, University of Zurich, Switzerland

SEMIOTIC SCALE FOR INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY KNOWLEDGE
Victor Karandashev, Leningrad State University, St. Petersburg, Russia, Grand Valley State University, USA

TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT IN PSYCHOLOGY: THE EXPERIENCE OF NEURODIVERSE STUDENTS
Delia Wakelin, Colin Hamilton, Sara King Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England

E-LEARNING PERSONALIZATION BY STUDENT’S PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Dragica Jovanovic, Railway College, Belgrade, Slobodan Ristic, Faculty for Organizational Science, Belgrade, Malisa Zizovic, Technical Faculty, Cacak, Serbia

PRACTICE-FOCUSED TEACHING OF FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY
Natalia Romanova, Saratov State University, Russia

Paper Session 9. New Topics and Approaches in the Teaching of Psychology

GENDER AND SEXUALITY: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH
Doris Vasconcellos, Universite Descartes - Paris 5, France

TEACHING ABOUT ETHICAL ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGY
Anne Andronikof, Laboratoire IPSé, Université Paris 10, France
Marie-Claude Mietkewitcz, Université Nancy2, France

TEACHING GARDNER'S MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES THEORY AS A TOOL FOR DIFFERENTIATION
Maura Sellars, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia

CREATING AN UNDERGRADUATE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAM
Andrew T. Johnson, Kevin J. Payne, & Brian J. Cowley, Park University, Parkville, USA

USING ART TO CONNECT TO PSYCHOLOGY: A STAGED-RESEARCH PROJECT
Nurper Gökhan, LaGuardia Community College/The City University of New York, USA

Symposium 1. Teaching Abnormal Psychology: Challenges and Strategies for Successful Course

ENRICHING THE CLASSROOM WITH EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
Mominka Fileva, Davenport University, USA

ON TEACHING IN THE "TEACHABLE MOMENT"
Kimberlyn Leary, Harvard Medical School, USA

THE DIFFICULTY OF TEACHING ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN JAPAN: CULTURE AND HISTORY
Naoto Kawabata, Kyoto Bunkyo University, Japan

CONSIDERING MOTIVATION AND COLLABORATION IN ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY COURSE DESIGN
Norma Wolford, Madonna University, USA

AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO THE TEACHING OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY: RATIONALE, ADVANTAGES AND CHALLENGES
James Hansell, University of Michigan, USA

Symposium 2. Preparing Students and Faculty to Become Effective Teachers of Psychology: Symposium Sponsored by NITOP

A VERTICAL MODEL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING SKILLS
Douglas J. Bernstein, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA

TRAINING OF THE TEACHERS IN PSYCHOLOGY IN FRANCE
Maria Pereira-Fradin, Paris Descartes University, Paris, France

PREPARING STUDENTS TO TEACH PSYCHOLOGY IN RUSSIA
Victor Karandashev, Leningrad State University, Russia, Grand Valley State University, USA

UK PSYCHOLOGY ACADEMICS: THE NEXT GENERATION
Caprice Lantz, University of York, York, England

PROBLEM-BASED MENTORING FOR NEW FACULTY MEMBERS
Robert W. Hendersen, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan, USA

Symposium 3. Internationalizing the History of Psychology

TWO MODELS FOR THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY
Adrian C. Brock, University College Dublin, Ireland

TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY IN CHINESE CONTEXTS: SOME HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS
Geoffrey H. Blowers, University of Hong Kong

THE ORIGINS AND MAIN FEATURES OF THE SAINT PETERSBURG PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL
Natalya A. Loginova, St. Petersburg University, Russia

ARAB PSYCHOLOGY IN GLOBAL CONTEXT
Uwe P. Gielen & Ramadan A. Ahmed St. Francis College, New York & University of Kuwait

Symposium 4. "Culture" in Introductory Psychology Texts: A 20-year Follow-up

“CULTURAL” CONTENT IN INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY TEXTS: A 1988 – 2008 CONTRAST
Walter J. Lonner, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington
Elke Murdock, Luxemburg, Luxemburg

“CULTURE” IN INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY TEXTS: THE GERMAN EXAMPLE
Pradeep Chakkarath, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

THE TREATMENT OF CULTURE IN AMERICAN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY TEXTBOOKS
John Adamopoulos and Christine M. Smith, Grand Valley State University, USA

Symposium 5. Internationalizing the Undergraduate Psychology Curriculum:
Lessons Learned and New Opportunities

LESSONS LEARNED: ADAPTING INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE PRACTICE OF PSYCHOLOGY
Mercedes McCormick, Pace University, New York, USA

A REVIEW OF HISTORICAL AND CURRENT ORGANIZATIONAL INITIATIVES
Michael Stevens PhD, DHC, Illinois State University, Normal, USA

ITALIAN UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONALIZATION OF THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM
Anna Laura Comunian, Padua University, Italy

EUROPEAN NETWORK FOR PSYCHOLOGY LEARNING AND TEACHING
Doris Vasconcellos, University of Paris, France

WEB 2.0 AND SOCIAL NETWORKING: STUDENT COLLABORATION AS A MEANS OF INTERNATIONALIZING THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM
Kenneth Elliott, University of Maine, Augusta, USA

Symposium 6. Student Engagement: Opportunities, Techniques and Consequences

STUDENT ENGAGEMENT: CONSIDERING THE TRANSITION
Sue Purnell, University of Liverpool, UK

PROMOTING STUDENT ENGAGMENT IN THE CLASSROOM
Richard L. Miller & Martin Demoret, University of Nebraska at Kearney, USA

USING THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT TO ASSESS EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Jeanne Butler, University of Nebraska at Kearney, USA

ALIENATION: THE OTHER SIDE OF ENGAGEMENT
Sarah Mann, University of Glasgow, UK

Symposium 7.Teaching Psychology in South Africa

AN OVERVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY IN SOUTH AFRICA
Saths Cooper, Psychological Society of South Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa

THE ROLE OF TELEHEALTH IN EDUCATION
Basil Pillay, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, Durban, South Africa

CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY TRAINING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: THE SOUTH AFRICAN EXPERIENCE
Ann Watts, University of Zululand & University of KwaZulu/Natal, Durban, South Africa

ATTENDANCE IN SOUTH AFRICAN PSYCHOLOGY LECTURES: WHY DO STUDENTS SKIP LECTURES?
Andrew Thatcher, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
Gillian Haiden-Mooney, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

Poster session – 1

TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY TO STUDENTS WITH EXTENDED MATHEMATICAL OR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION TRAINING
T. V. Tulupyeva, North-West Academy of Public Administration, Russia
A. L. Tulupyev, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN PSYCHOLOGY LEARNING AND TEACHING IN THE UK
Annie Trapp, Marina Crowe, Tom Simpson, Higher Education Academy Psychology Network, University of York, UK

THE KNOWLEDGE LOOP, A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR ACADEMIC TEACHING
Elfriede M. Ederer-Fick, Anita Giener, Helga Kittl-Satran & Brigitte Schachner Institute of Education, University of Graz, Graz, Austria

COGNITIVE STYLE IN EFFECTIVE TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
Nicholas F. Skinner, King’s University College at The University of Western Ontario, Canada

A MOSLEM – ORIENTED APPROACH FOR TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY
Kusdwiratri Setiono & Nitya Wismaningsih Sudradjat, Faculty of Psychology, University of Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia

CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY AND CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY: ARE THERE CURRICULAR DIFFERENCES?
Ludmila Praslova, Vanguard University of Southern California, Costa Mesa, USA

AN ONLINE MODULE TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ USE OF RESEARCH RESOURCES
Janet Morahan-Martin, Colleen Anderson, Eunwook Park, Bryant University, Smithfield, USA

GROUP WORK TRAINING AND IMPROVED DECISION-MAKING: PILOT STUDY IN JAPAN
Ayumi MASUCHI, Hokkai Gakuen University, Sapporo, Japan

PREDICTING SUCCESS AT UK UNIVERSITIES; THE ROLE OF CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
Frances A. Maratos, University of Derby, Derby, UK

FORMALIZING THE VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS THROUGH INNOVATIVE COURSEWORK
Anthi Loutsiou-Ladd & Georgia Panayiotou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

LIFELONG EDUCATION IN PSYCHOLOGY AT PARIS DESCARTES UNIVERSITY
Christine Lapoujade, University Paris Descartes, France

FINAL QUALIFICATION PAPER IN PROJECT’S FORM
Larissa A. Tsvetkova & Leonid V. Kulikov, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

Poster session – 2

EXPERIENCE WITH A STUDENT’S WORKBOOK ON PERSONALITY
T. Kulikova, Tula State Leo Tolstoy Pedagogical University, Tula, Russia

THEME OF "FEELING" AS A SECTION OF THE COURSE ON «PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY»
Leonid. V. Kulikov, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

ACTION RESEARCH ON “ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING” IN UNDERGRADUATE PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAMMES
Sara King, Delia Wakelin, Julie Seed, Anita Navin, Vicki Oley, Tom Heffernan, Lynn McInnes, Melanie Mitchell, Colin Hamilton, Greta Defeyter, School of Psychology & Sports Sciences, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England

A PROGRAM OF MENTAL-HEALTH-EDUCATION IN CHINESE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Fuxi Fang, Ge Fang, Institute of Psychology Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

REPRESENTATION OF EFFECTIVE UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AMONG STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS
Elena Solovyeva, University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, St. Petersburg, Russia

RECOGNIZING AND ENCOURAGING EXCELLENT ACADEMIC WORK BY PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS
John M. Davis, Texas State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, Texas, USA, &
Virginia Andreoli Mathie, Psi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology, Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA

WIDENING ACCESS TO PSYCHOLOGY: EVALUATING AN EXTENDED DEGREE PROGRAMME
Joy Coogan and Chris Pawson, University of East London, UK

USING COMPUTERIZED ADAPTATIVE TESTS TO ASSESS KNOWLEDGE
Isabel Cañadas Osinski, Sonia Tirado González, Rebeca Bautista Ortuño, Universidad Miguel Hernández, Alicante, Spain

TEACHING THE HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY THROUGH GUIDED TRAVEL
Brett L. Beck, Bloomsburg University, USA

PSYCHOLOGICAL STRATEGY OF THE DIRECTED REFLECTION IN TEACHING PRACTICE
Tatyana Barysheva, Murmansk State Pedagogical University, Murmansk, Russia

THE IMPACT OF LABORATORY PRACTICE IN PSYCHOLOGY EDUCATION IN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES
Veronika A. Artemyeva Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Russia. German M.Tovbin Saint Petersburg State Electrotechnical University, Russia

Participant Idea Exchange – Session 1

ISSUES IN THE TEACHING OF PSYCHOLOGY IN UNIVERSITY OF ADO-EKITI, NIGERIA
B.O. Omolayo, Department of Psychology, University of Ado-Ekiti Ekiti State, Nigeria

TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY IN EUROPE: A NETWORK FOR QUALITY ENHANCEMENT
Joerg Zumbach, Austria, Ne Ales, Czech Republic, Doris Vasconcellos, France, Maria Pereira-Fradin, France, Abdul Mohammed, Sweden, Hans Reijnierse, The Netherlands, Annie Trapp, UK, Dominic Upton, UK, Peter Reddy, UK, Doug Bernstein, US

USING WRITING ASSIGNMENTS AND FOLLOW-UP DISCUSSIONS IN TEACHING CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY
Ludmila Praslova & Travis John Wood, Vanguard University of Southern California, Costa Mesa, USA

POST SECONDARY EDUCATION IS A REALITY! WHERE TO START?
Brian J. Cowley, Dennis D. Kerkman, Ed L. Hight, Andrew T. Johnson, & Kevin J. Payne Park University, Parkville, USA

WHY PSYCHOLOGY? CLARIFYING THE EXPECTATIONS OF FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS
Erin O’Connor & Julie Hansen, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

Participant Idea Exchange – Session 2

PROCRASTINATION AMONG STUDENTS IN AUSTRIA AND ITS PREVENTION IN ACADEMIC TEACHING
Elfriede Ederer1, Birgit Aschemann2, Cecilia A. Essau3 & Jean O’Callaghan3
1 University of Graz, Department of Education, Graz, Austria
2 University of Graz, Department of Education, Graz, Austria; University of Applied Sciences Joanneum, Graz, Austria;
3 School of Human and Life Sciences, Roehampton University, Whitelands College, UK

TRANSITIONING FROM CLASSROOM TO FULLY ONLINE
Mary L. Meiners, San Diego Miramar College, CA, USA

TRAINING TEACHING ASSISTANTS (TAs) FOR TEACHING ON-LINE AND IN-PERSON PSYCHOLOGY COURSES
Sherri McCarthy, Bennett Edgerly (TA) and Francisco Vasquez, Northern Arizona University, Yuma, Arizona USA

USE OF MYSPACE AND FACEBOOK TO ENHANCE CROSS-CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING
Susan L. O’Donnell, George Fox University, Newberg, OR, USA

PSYCHOLOGY OF SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR
Polskaya N. A., Pedagogical Institute of Saratov State University, Russia

Closing Session. Education and Training of International Psychologists

CERTIFICATION OF PSYCHOLOGISTS IN EUROPE: IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY
Ype H. Poortinga (Emeritus), Tilburg University, Netherlands & University of Leuven, Belgium

DEVELOPING AN INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE PROGRAM IN PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: PROPOSALS, PROGRESS AND PITFALLS
Sherri McCarthy, NAU, Yuma; Claudio Hutz, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil

 

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