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Characteristics and Correlates of Teaching Anxiety among College Psychology Teachers
We present the results of a national survey designed to determine the characteristics and correlates of teaching anxiety among college psychology teachers. The survey focused on respondents'Expand
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Retention and overhabituation of a dual-component response in Lumbricus terrestris.
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  • Journal of comparative and physiological…
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A Relatively Painless Method of Introduction to the Psychological Literature Search
were obtained between the number of WlSC tests administered by Experimental group members and performance on both outcome measures (rs = .86 for the cognitive exam and .76 for the performance exam).Expand
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Team Teaching Introductory Psychology as Pedagogy and for Faculty Development
If you plan to try team teaching, perhaps this experience will provide some helpful hints on values and problems.
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Variables affecting responses of earthworms to light.
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In-Burrow Behavior of Earthworms
Several classes of earthworm behavior were studied in a three-dimensional, semi-natural habitat. Descriptions of burrowing, foraging, feeding, and mating behavior were obtained. In addition, theExpand
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An Interactive Problem-Solving Approach to the Teaching of a Marriage and Family Course
This article describes a method for promoting student interest and involvement in a marriage and family course. The method supplements lectures with problem-solving sessions for small groups. TheExpand
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