The Teaching of Courses in the Science and Pseudoscience of Psychology: Useful Resources

  title={The Teaching of Courses in the Science and Pseudoscience of Psychology: Useful Resources},
  author={S. Lilienfeld and J. Lohr and Dean Morier},
  journal={Teaching of Psychology},
  pages={182 - 191}
  • S. Lilienfeld, J. Lohr, Dean Morier
  • Published 2001
  • Psychology
  • Teaching of Psychology
  • Several authors have increasingly recognized the problem of pseudoscience as a major threat confronting psychology and allied disciplines. We discuss the importance of courses in science and pseudoscience to undergraduate education in psychology and provide (a) a model syllabus for courses in the science and pseudoscience of psychology, (b) a list and description of suggested primary and supplemental texts for such courses, (c) a list of useful educational videos on science and pseudoscience… CONTINUE READING
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