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Psychology Applied to Teaching, Eleventh Edition
Jack Snowman, Southern Illinois University
Robert Biehler
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These activities will help you understand basic principles of psychology and learning. They correspond to selected chapters of the Psychology Applied to Teaching text.

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Chapter 2: Stage Theories of Development
Developing Morals

Chapter 3: Age-Level Characteristics
Gender Expectations as Motivators
When Conformity Leads to Danger: Teenagers and Drinking Behavior


Chapter 4: Understanding Student Differences
Test Your Intelligence: A Psychometric Approach

Chapter 7: Behavioral and Social Learning Theories
Test Your Knowledge of Positive Reinforcement

Chapter 8: Information-Processing Theory
Seeing Is Believing
Pay Attention!
When Meaning Interferes with Image
Shortcuts and Schemas
Memories Are Made of This
How Do You Process Memory??
A Chunk of Pie

Chapter 10: Constructivist Learning Theory, Problem Solving, and Transfer
Matchsticks and Squares Problem

Chapter 12: Motivation
Learning to Be Helpless
Do You Value Yourself?




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