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Teaching Activities for a History of Psychology Course David Zehr Plymouth State University
First Day of Class
I dare say none of you can think…
I dare say none of you can write…
If you learn anything in this class…
It will be how to think and how to write…
You are having a final exam in two weeks.
You will all flunk it. Your job…
Is to flunk it admirably.
Second Day of Class
"Normal children often pass through stages of passionate cruelty, laziness, lying and thievery.''
I loved your paper about Ebbinghaus, Kulpe, and Brentano—one psychologist and two imposters!
1879 1913 Structuralism Columbia/Chicago 1892
And that’s what I’d do with a dozen healthy infants!
The Course at Plymouth State Upper level (juniors/seniors) Required for all psychology majors Enrollment/semester: 16-36
Course Goals EngagementWritingCollaborationRelevance
Day 1: Passing Notes
Fancher, R. E. (1987). Henry Goddard and the Kallikak family photographs: “Conscious skulduggery” or Whig history? American Psychologist, 42, 585-590.
Weekly in-class writing assignments Two-three questions to choose from Open note/open book
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John Dewey never did a single experiment worth remembering. How could one therefore argue he’s more important to psychology’s history than the experimentalist, Edward Titchener?
Active Learning Exercises
Speed Dating and Applied Psychology He’s nice, but I bet those thoughts aren’t imageless Every cell I have is yours, individually and collectively
Turn-ons: eugenics, statistics, fingerprinting
Think not my confession of admiration to be a false one.
If you have a high IQ, I’d like a chance to speak with you.
You should be efficient, mechanically inclined, and fond of postage stamps.
Mental testers measure up
I love you guys!
Would You Hire This Candidate?
Fostering Class Discussion
Great Hero of Legend
Tyrannosaurus: A dinosaur whose time has passed
“…the most stupendous intellectual confidence trick of the 20 th century” (P. Medawar)
Team based Content analysis Formal research reports
Where’s Harry? “If you had never heard of Harry Harlow before you opened this book…if you wonder how a psychologist…can seem so invisible only twenty years after his death…”
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