Douglas A. Bernstein, Julie Ann Pooley, Lynne Cohen, Steve Provost, Jacquelyn Cranney, Bethanie Gouldthorp, Neil Drew
ISBN-13: 9780170445375 | ISBN-10: 0170445372
| Published 2020
| 1008 pages
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Psychology 3rd AU/NZ edition helps you to develop the skills and knowledge needed for your career in psychology and within the professional discipline of psychology. It’s a valuable study resource during your introductory psychology course and will be a useful reference throughout the rest of your studies and your future career in psychology.
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Doug is a very motivated author. He chairs the Program Committee of the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology (NITOP), and is the Founder of the Association for Psychological Science's Preconference Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. In 2002 he received the American Psychological Foundation's award for Distinguished Teaching in Psychology.Professor Julie Ann Pooley is currently Associate Dean Teaching and Learning in the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University. She has taught extensively at undergraduate and postgraduate psychology program levels in Australia and internationally. Her teaching areas include Introductory Psychology, Research Methods and Community Psychology. She is a passionate educator who strives for excellence in her role and holds a National Teaching Award from the Australian University Teaching Committee, and a National Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) Citation for Contributions to Student Learning. Julie Ann’s primary research interest is in understanding resilience in real world contexts.Professor Lynne Cohen is a community psychologist, applied social psychologist and Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). She was the Executive Dean of the School of Education and Professor of Psychology at Edith Cowan University (ECU). Lynne was awarded the Order of Australia in 2016 for her services to Higher Education. She has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and brings many years of experience in resiliency research with children and university students. She has led a number of interdisciplinary research teams and is committed to a collaborative model involving community organisations. She also has extensive experience in working with children with learning difficulties, developing and implementing a literacy program and training a team of teachers to provide a service for students with learning difficulties. Lynne has received numerous Awards for Learning and Teaching within tertiary education, which include a National Teaching Award from the Australian University Teaching Committee, and a National Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) Citation for Contributions to Student Learning. She is also an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Fellow.Dr Steve Provost has been a psychology educator in a variety of institutions for more than 30 years. He has taught learning, memory, perception, psychopharmacology, statistics and a variety of topics in experimental psychology. He has a strong interest in appropriate use of technology in teaching. He held grants from the Committee for the Advancement of University Teaching in 1993 and 1995, one relating to the development of courseware/simulation software, and the second relating to the use of hypertext in teaching. He has been involved in a number of projects funded by the Australian Universities Teaching Committee and the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, including acting as the Project Officer for the Disciplinary Review of Psychology (Lipp et al, 2007). He received the Australian Psychological Society Award for Distinguished Contribution to Psychological Education in 2010.Associate Professor Jacquelyn Cranney is an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) National Teaching Fellow who has a special interest in undergraduate psychology education. She has served on a number of national committees concerned with the quality of education and training and has contributed to reviews on the aims of undergraduate psychology education in the U.S. and Britain. Jacquelyn is a well-recognised educator in Psychology. She has been instrumental in the development of the Graduate Competencies for the 4-year Australian undergraduate psychology program.Bethanie is a Lecturer at Murdoch University where she is particularly responsible for the development of the first year program. She is the coordinator of several undergraduate units in introductory psychology and biological psychology, and her subject cohort includes students from Australia as well as off-shore students in Singapore. Bethanie has been nominated for several teaching and research awards, including the Murdoch University Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Vice Chancellor’s Excellence in Research Award for Early Career Development and Achievement. She is dedicated to engaging students of psychology, particularly at first year level, through innovative teaching techniques that ensure a high quality learning experience. Bethanie is also an active researcher and has published a number of important articles in her field. Her research interests are in cognitive and neuropsychology, with a particular interest in neurolinguistics.Professor Neil Drew is Director of the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au) at Edith Cowan University. Neil has a background in social and community psychology with over 30 years of experience working with a diverse range of communities and groups. He has received Vice Chancellor’s awards for excellence individually and as a team member at two universities and an Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) citation for outstanding contributions to student learning. In 2014 he received an Edith Cowan University Certificate of Excellence for achieving the highest Faculty research income. Neil is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society. In his current role he has a strong interest in knowledge exchange in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
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