Poster and PIE Sessions 2016

POSTER SESSION I
Sunday, 12:30–1:30 pm
Banyan Breezeway

1. Application Challenge: Using Social Psychology to Improve Real World Problems
Jennifer Knack1 & Melisa Barden2
1Clarkson University, 2Walsh University
2. The Use of Storytelling as a Pedagogical Tool
Richard Miller
Texas A&M University–Kingsville
3. The Hero of Psyrule and Travels through Developmental Earth: Gamification of Two Psychology Courses
Michelle Beechler
Adrian College
4. Using Psychology to Explore the Intersection of Science and Art
Daniel VanHorn
North Central College
5. Putting Students in Charge of Student Learning: Creating Eye-Tracking Lab Modules for a Psychology Curriculum
R. Brooke Lea1 & David Matz2
1Macalester College, 2Augsburg College
6. Ramifications of Compulsive Use of Social Media on Classroom Instruction
Jan Parker, Carol Shepherd, & Tomas Steiner
National University
7. Three Majors: Poster Symposium for Engaging All Learners of Psychology, Human Services, and Education
Jill Sudak-Allison, Jesse Wilcox, & Joshua Woods
Grand View University
8. Using an Oral Presentation to Help Students Become Good Consumers of Science
Melissa Brandon
Bridgewater State University
9. The Implementation of Interdisciplinary Courses with Psychology
Dorothy Doolittle, Shelia Greenlee, Harry Greenlee, & Lisa Webb
Christopher Newport University
10. Insanity in Introductory and Abnormal Psychology Textbooks: A Content Analysis of the Rosenhan Study
Jared Bartels
Missouri Valley College
11. How to Know Whether Your Learning Objectives Are Met: Instructor versus Student Perceptions
Anne Wilson, Kristie Harris, & Melissa Beers
The Ohio State Univesity
12. Applicability and Outcomes of Case-Based Learning Format in a Doctoral Level Theories of Counseling Course
Bret Ringdahl & Rosemary Phelps
University of Georgia
13. Examining the Effectiveness of Inter-Teaching: Motivation and Achievement
Peter Frost
Southern New Hampshire University
14. I Didn’t Know This Was Cheating: Differences in Perceptions between Students and Instructors about Academic Dishonesty
Andrea Friedrich, Steven Arthur, & Jacob Case
University of Kentucky
15. Experiential and Service Learning in Neuroscience Courses
Joshua Rodefer
Valdosta State University
16. Psychology’s Burning Questions
David Biek
Middle Georgia State University
17. Improving Statistics Learning for Psychology Majors
Sara Branch
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
18. Measuring Metacognitive Calibration Accuracy across Exams and Question Type
Jimmeka Guillory
Spelman College
19. Benefits of Mindfulness Training in Higher Education: Enhancing Student Engagement and Academic Performance
Donna Webster Nelson
Winthrop University
20. Bringing the Brain in the Classroom: Evaluations of Budget-Friendly Approaches to Neuroscience in Liberal Arts Classrooms
Robert Franklin
Anderson University
21. Promoting Personal Mastery in Industrial/Organizational Psychology Courses
Meredith Meeks
Christopher Newport University
22. Do and Don’t of Teaching Online Courses
Tsu-Ming Chiang & Jenq-Foung Yao
Georgia College and State University
23. An Active-Learning Approach to Fostering Critical Thinking in Large Classes
Jennifer LaCosse1, Sarah Ainsworth2, Melissa Shepherd1, Michael Ent1, Kelly Klein1, Lauren Holland1, Justin Moss1, Mark Licht1, & Barbara Licht1
1Florida State University, 2University of North Florida
24. Improving Student Literature Reviews through Synthesis
Emily Darowski1, Nikole Patson2, & Elizabeth Helder3
1Brigham Young University, 2The Ohio State University at Marion, 3Augustana University
25. Using the Jumpstart Model for Lesson Planning and Delivery
Lynne Kennette
Durham College
26. Effects of Targeted Troubleshooting Activities on Student Confidence in a Statistics Computer Lab
Meredith Henry
University of Alabama at Birmingham
27. Teaching Psychology 101 Online – Compatible with the SLAC Setting?
Erika Bagley
Muhlenberg College
28. Assessing Learning across Pedagogical Modalities for Community College Learners in Introductory Psychology
Dominic Carbone
Sussex County Community College
29. Making the Most of Self-Assessment: The Importance of Pre- and Post-Exam Reflections
Kyle Conlon, Kylee Kudera, & Lauren Brewer
Stephen F. Austin State University
30. Teaching about Psychology Myths in the Context of Research
Lesley Hathorn
Metropolitan State University of Denver
31. The Effectiveness of a Modular Approach to Teaching Professional Development
Natalie Ciarocco, Lisa Dinella, Christine Hatchard, & Jayde Valosin
Monmouth University
32. The Impact of Student Computers in the Classroom on Learning Outcomes
Diana Elliott
Belmont Abbey College
33. Can I Take Both Introduction to Psychology and Developmental Psychology This Semester? Teaching Eight-Week Classes During the Regular Semester
Jennifer Meehan Brennom
Kirkwood Community College
34. A Fractured Fairy Tail with a Twist
Kim Lamana Finn
DeVry University/Chamberlain School of Nursing
35. Shareworthy Science: Using Tumblr for the Teaching of Psychology and Social Issues
Leslie Berntsen
University of Southern California
36. The Times They Are a Changin’ – Back: New Data on Gender-Role Stereotyping in University Courses
Nicholas Skinner
King’s University College
37. Russell Crowe Is a Better Teacher than You: How Movies Outperform Lectures and Paper Assignments
Russell Phillips III
University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

POSTER SESSION II
Monday, 10:15–11:15 am
Banyan Breezeway

38. Using Free Online Video Games to Teach Research Methods and Statistics
Kim Darnell, Ashley Swartout, & Chantal Poister Tusher
Georgia State University
39. Hybridizing General Psychology: Evidence and Outcomes
Marsha McCartney & Susan Marshall
University of Kansas
40. Put Your Pencils Down: How to Implement Computer-Based Assessments
Kristie Harris, Anne Wilson, & Melissa Beers
The Ohio State University
41. Sharpening Quantitative Reasoning Skills in a Summer Psychology Course for High School Students
Kenneth Abrams
Carleton College
42. Serious Games: Designing Narrative-Based Learning Environments for Pedagogical Effectiveness
Amanda Bradbury & Gayle Dow
Christopher Newport University
43. #FeedTheDeed: Learning the Psychology of Prosocial Behavior through Random Acts of Kindness
Clara Cheng
Carlow University
44. The Connection between Service Learning, Grit, and Academic Enablers
Jill Rinzel
University of Wisconsin Waukesha
45. Psych RMS: An Online Interactive Course in Research Methods and Statistics
Anjali Thapar
Bryn Mawr College
46. Students of Positive Psychology: Are They Flourishing?
Stacey Tantleff-Dunn, Stephanie Arredondo, & Andrew Luchner
Rollins College
47. Increasing Students’ Awareness of Career-Related Skills Fostered by Course Assignments
Tanya Martini & Riley Roth
Brock University
48. Enabling Student Agency in Team Formation: My Dream Team Builder
Kathryn Dalrymple1, Leslie DeChurch1, Noshir Contractor2, & Anup Sawant2
1Georgia Institute of Technology, 2Northwestern University
49. Designing Lecture Slides and Assessment Questions to Maximize Student Performance
Kristen Begosh
University of Delaware
50. Effects of Free vs. Cued Recall and Open vs. Closed Book Recall on Immediate and Delayed Quiz Performance
Jeffrey Nevid & Yea-Seul Pyun
St. John’s University
51. The Effect of Communication Variation in the Online Classroom: It’s the Student, Not the Strategy
Garth Neufeld
Highline College
52. To t or Not to t: Designing the Psychology Minor
Bethany Jurs1 & Timothy Daugherty2
1Transylvania University, 2Missouri State University
53. Personalizing Large Lecture Classes with Automated Feedback Emails
Alisha Janowski
University of Central Florida
54. Death Anxiety and Death Attitudes in a Death and Dying Course
Emily Hause & Grete Stenersen
St. Mary’s College of California
55. Internationalizing the Psychology Major: Cross-Cultural Comparison Course in Jamaica
Joe Hatcher
Ripon College
56. Beliefs about Knowledge Influence Motivation in the Face of Failure
Ann Nordmeyer & Taylor Holubar
Stanford University
57. Evidence that Psychology Labs Can Be Taught with Online Delivery
Katherine Kipp & Nina Lamson
University of North Georgia
58. Blogs Help Engage Students and Apply Concepts in Introductory Psychology
Joshua Wede
Pennsylvania State University
59. Team-Based Learning Differentially Affects Students in a Large Class
Ciara Kidder & Stephen Crites, Jr.
University of Texas at El Paso
60. Teaching Psychology through Social Action: Even a Done-in-a-Day Activity Can Make a Difference
Sadie Leder-Elder
High Point University
61. The Grading Survey©
Gary Rosenthal, Monique Boudreaux, Larry Stout, Betsy St. Pierre, Dwight Boudreaux, Denis Soignier, & Barlow Soper (retired)
Nicholls State University,
62. A Comparison of the Effects of a Human Sexuality Course on Students’ Sexual Attitudes, Behavior, and Knowledge at a Private, Catholic Liberal Arts College and a Public Liberal Arts College
Claire Hooper1, Camille Phillips1, Leslie Angel1, Terry Pettijohn II2, & Andrew Terranova2
1Carroll College, 2Coastal Carolina University
63. Getting Ahead with TED-Ed
Nestor Matthews
Denison University
64. Using Narrative as a Root Metaphor to Teach Complex Psychological Concepts
Bruce Darby
Florida Southern College
65. Enriching Psychology Courses: Using Hands-On Real World Applications to Promote Reflective Learners
Sarah Wagner
Christopher Newport University
66. Assessment of Written Communication in Psychology Courses
Deborah Flynn & Janis Wilson Seeley
Luzerne County Community College
67. A Within-Instructor Evaluation of Three Scientific Thinking Modules for Introductory Psychology: Description of Activities and Evaluation
Courtney Stevens1, Melissa Witkow1, Rick Laughlin1, & Rachelle Yankelevitz2
1Willamette University, 2University of Wisconsin Whitewater
68. Where Did All the Studying Go? Getting through College with Little Investment
Perri Druen & Randi Shedlosky
York College of Pennsylvania
69. Group Dialogue on Racial Microaggressions
William Wattles & Shayna Wrighten
Francis Marion University
70. The Normal Mind on the Abnormal Brain: Using Graphic Novelization to Enhance Understanding of Clinical Neuroscience Content
Patrick Smith, Leilani Goodmon, Aimee Ferrara, & Andrew Rasmussen
Florida Southern College
71. Teaching Self-Actualization with Illustrations from Musical Theater
Morgan Slusher
The Community College of Baltimore County
72. Gluttons for Punishment? The Impact of a Group Project, Cumulative Exams, Reading Quizzes, and iClickers in a Class of 400 Introductory Psychology Students
Nicole Bies-Hernandez & Emily Craddock
Northern Arizona University
73. Challenging Students to Improve Their Writing Skills in an Eight-Week Online Introductory Psychology Course
Mea Benson
University of Kansas

POSTER SESSION III
Tuesday, 10:15–11:15 am
Banyan Breezeway

74. A Day in the Life of a Course Mentor: Competency-Based Learning in an Online Educational Psychology Course
Deanna Douglas & Anastasia Betts
Western Governors University
75. Supporting Student Learning with Undergraduate Learning Assistants
Eileen O’Brien & Laura Rose
University of Maryland Baltimore County
76. Using Service Learning to Teach Classic Learning Theories
Vicki Sheafer
LeTourneau University
77. A Critical Evaluation of the Use of Operant Conditioning in the Show “Lucky Dog”
Debra Stein
Widener University
78. Community College Students’ Writing Self-Efficacy: Ability Level and Gender Differences
Luann Larsen
Southeast Community College
79. Improving College Courses with the Use of Student Management Teams
Jordan Troisi
Sewanee: The University of the South
80. Best Practices for Teaching Introductory Psychology Online: Facilitating Student Achievement through Due Dates
Alexander Shappie1 & Scott Debb2
1Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology, 2Norfolk State University
81. Building Confidence and Strengthening Exam Performance Using Bloom and Generic Study Guides
Kyle Henning1, Clarissa Thompson1, & Jeffrey Nevid2
1Kent State University, 2St. John’s University
82. Teaching about Influences on Emerging Adulthood: The Sources of Meaning Profile
Mandy Medvin
Westminster College
83. A Strategy for Broadening Undergraduate Research Participation in Behavioral Neuroscience
Jennifer Quinn & Barbara Oswald
Miami University
84. Which Students Take Advantage of Extra Credit in Classes?
Shelia Greenlee & Dorothy Doolittle
Christopher Newport University
85. Mindset and Student Attitudes toward Feedback
Joan Bihun & Michelle Klein
University of Colorado Denver
86. Is More Really Better? Charting Students’ Performance across Multiple Presentations
Darcey Powell
Roanoke College
87. Introductory Psychology Students Are Not All Equal: Quizzes Boost Information Retention for Freshmen and Sophomores but Not Juniors and Seniors
Jay Michaels
Presbyterian College
88. What Are Students Learning (and not Learning) in Intro Psych?
Pam Cartor
Bellarmine University
89. “Helping You Helps Me” – Targeting APA’s Diversity and Communication Goals through Undergraduate Teaching Assistantships
Kristel Gallagher
Thiel College
90. The Effect of Publisher-Provided Intermittent Quizzing on Student Exam Scores
Kim Metz & Bob Humphries
Walsh University
91. Constructivist Pedagogy for Epistemic Change
Krista Muis1 & Michael Foy2
1McGill University, 2John Abbott College
92. Cognitive Psychology Project: Applying Basic Cognitive Processes to Benefit Others
Kieth Carlson
Valparaiso University
93. What They Don’t Know … Student Awareness of Examples Commonly Used in Psychology Textbooks and Lectures
Dave Schlueter
Clarion University of Pennsylvania
94. Does an Effective Team Place You above the Mean? The Role of Group Cohesion in a Psychological Statistics Course That Emphasizes Collaborative Learning
H. David Smith & Ben Gorvine
Northwestern University
95. Teaching a Seminar on Graduate School Applications and Careers in Psychology
Theresa Martin
Eastern Washington University
96. Institutional Benefits Associated with Course Redesign
Danae Hudson, Brooke Whisenhunt, Christie Cathey, Michelle Visio, Ann Rost, & Carol Shoptaugh
Missouri State University
97. Students’ Reactions to Replacing Online Discussion Forums with Course Blogs
Ian MacFarlane
Austin College
98. Attention Improves Free Recall: A General Psychology Demonstration
Daniel Hitchcock
Regent University
99. Enhancing an Active Learning Environment: How Discussion Leaders and Student-Generated Reading Guides Produce Greater Learning Gains
Claire Gravelin & Ludwin Molina
The University of Kansas
100. Engaging Students in Lateral Thinking: Improve Team Effectiveness with DeBono’s Thinking Hats and Compare the Use of Thinking Sequences
David Bush & Lawrence Cozzens
Villanova University
101. The Effects of Online Student Assessment of Instruction
James Arruda & Claudia Stanny
University of West Florida
102. Finding Consonance between Psychological and Spiritual Approach to the Teaching of Self and Fear
Mitika Kanwar
Panjab University
103. Educating Students about Mental Illness: Engaging Community Resources
Marcia Webb
Seattle Pacific University
104. Critical Thinking in First-Generation Students
Victoria Cross
University of California, Davis
105. The Teaching Future Is Economic, Reliable, and, Most Important, Interactive Technology: Old Instructor Resistance to Sharing Control of Presentation Technology Impedes Student Participation
Robert Konopasky
St. Mary’s University
106. Student Performance When Exam Questions Are Listed as Bonus vs. Required
Des Robinson
Tarrant County College
107. Using Student-Generated Case Studies to Teach the Psychology of Disabilities
Jennifer Oliver
Rockhurst University
108. The Impact of Culturally-Relevant Content and Academic Self-Concept on African American Student Performance in a General Psychology Course
Kiesa Kelly & Kesha Patrice
Tennessee State University
109. PSYC 123: Bridging the Gap between Academic Objectives and Professional Development
Scott Roberts
University of Maryland

PARTICIPANT IDEA EXCHANGE I
Sunday, 3:00–4:00 pm
Jacaranda

PIE I Questions
1. The Scholarship of Engagement: Psychology Credit through Service-Learning, Local Community Partnerships, and the Short-Term Class Model
Amy Baus
University of Dubuque
2. Myths, Media, and Misperceptions: Literacy Skills in the Modern Student
Jamie Kleinman
University of Connecticut
3. Witty Demonstrations, Relevant Media, and Fiascos in Social Psychology
Thelisa Nutt
Tarrant County College District–Southeast Campus
4. Classroom Discourse: Assignments to Enhance Students’ Critical Thinking and Engagement
Linda Kerr
Landmark College
5. The Challenge of Incorporating Global Education into Psychology Courses
Stan Alexander
Ivy Tech Community College
6. Secret Diary of a General Psychology Redesign
Marsha McCartney & Susan Marshall
University of Kansas
7. Persistence and Remediation: Unique Challenges in Regional Universities and Community Colleges
Elisabeth Ponce-Garcia1 & Amy Madewell2
1Cameron University, 2Southeastern Oklahoma State University
8. How Might Instructors (and Students) of Psychology Benefit from Using Twitter?
Anna Ropp1 & Bob DuBois2
1Metropolitan State University of Denver, 2Waukesha County Technical College
9. Securing a Good Job and a Great Life at a Liberal Arts School
Jordan Troisi1 & Andrew Christopher2
1Sewanee: The University of the South, 2Albion College
10. 10 Great iPad Apps for Teaching of Psychology
David Berg
Community College of Philadelphia
11. I’m Not Going to Be a Researcher. Why Do I Need to Know Statistics?
Thomas Nygren & Melissa Beers
Ohio State University
12. Presenting a Unified Picture of Psychology in Intro Psych
Alan Jern
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
13. Interdisciplinary Classes: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Shelia Greenlee & Dorothy Doolittle
Christopher Newport University
14. Internationalizing the Undergraduate Psychology Curriculum
Kenneth Abrams1 & Joe Hatcher2
1Carleton College, 2Ripon College
15. Teaching Complementary and Alternative Medical Techniques in a Scholarly Environment
Jason Parker1 & Anastasia Betts2
1Old Dominion University, 2Western Governors University
16. Using Podcasts in Teaching Psychology
Jeffrey Nevid
St. John’s University
17. Effective Course Policies for Students and Instructors
Chantal Poister Tusher
Georgia State University
18. Sexual Assault on College Campuses: Teaching and Learning Assessment Opportunities within Introduction to Psychology
Elyse D’nn Lovell
Highlands College of Montana Tech
19. Identifying Undergraduates’ Misconceptions in General Psychology
Christopher Stanzione
Georgia Institute of Technology
20. The Transformational Experience of the Classroom in Addressing Gender Violence: The National Gender Violence Curriculum Infusion Repository
Heather Reeson Lambert
Doane College
21. Integrating Undergraduate Research Experiences into Psychology Courses
Danielle Lindner
Stetson University
22. Instructors or Students? Who Is Really Responsible for Student Learning?
Jessica Stansbury
Towson University
23. Student Integrity: Beyond the Classroom
Amber Henslee
Missouri University of Science & Technology
24. Challenges and Rewards: Creating an Online Class across Multiple Campuses
Robin Morgan1, Maureen Rutherford2, & Gin Morgan3
1Indiana University Southeast, 2Indiana University Northwest, 3Indiana University Kokomo
25. Effectively Teach Developmental Theory through Using Personal Reflective Processes and Autobiographical Approaches
Michael Ignelzi
Slippery Rock University
26. Creating and Maintaining a Small University IRB
Lorene Heuvelman-Hutchinson & Shannon House Dobson
North Greenville University
27. Designing Engaging and Effective Online Activities for Research Methods Course
Alisa Beyer
Northern Arizona University

PARTICIPANT IDEA EXCHANGE II
Monday, 3:15–4:15 pm
Jacaranda

PIE II Questions
28. Teaching Controversial Issues: Bridging the Gap between Understanding and Belief
Richard Miller
Texas A&M University–Kingsville
29. How to Flip the Advanced Psychology Classroom: The Case of Child Psychopathology
Allison Butler
Bryant University
30. Peer-Assisted Learning: Students Helping Students Learn
Eve Sledjeski
Rowan University
31. Teaching the Hoffman Report and the Reproducibility Project
Stephen Chew1 & Bernard Beins2
1Samford University, 2Ithaca College
32. The Effectiveness of Lecture Capture Techniques in Intro Psych
Noah MacKenzie & Wanda McCarthy
The University of Cincinnati
33. Academic Diversity in the Psychology Major: Challenges and Benefits of the BA/BS Option
Lori Lindley
Gannon University
34. Cultural Competence in the Classroom: A Need for Change
Lisa Abrams
Rowan University
35. A Learning Community Model: Engaging Discussion Topics among High-Risk Veteran Populations
Amy Madewell1 & Elisabeth Ponce-Garcia2
1Southeastern Oklahoma State University, 2Cameron University
36. Essentials, Aids, or Crutches? Reevaluating the Effectiveness of Textbooks, Powerpoints, and Other Common Instructional Tools
Sara Johnson
George Willliams College of Aurora University
37. Departmental Writing Rubrics: Pros and Cons
Ellen Furlong, Abigail Kerr, & Amanda Vicary
Illinois Wesleyan University
38. Revitalizing Zombified Student Groups
Darcey Powell, Gili Freedman, & Denise Friedman
Roanoke College
39. Developing Interdisciplinary Courses in Psychology
Andrew Christopher1 & Jordan Troisi2
1Albion College, 2Sewanee: The University of the South
40. It’s Time to LEVEL UP in Teaching: Revamping Professional Development with Badges
Stephanie Freis & Melissa Beers
Ohio State University
41. Bringing Psychological Science to Bear on Controversial Topics
Leslie Berntsen
University of Southern California
42. Engaging Introductory Online Students in the Virtual Classroom: A Discussion about the Relationship between Getting Students to Log In and Learning Outcomes
Scott Debb1,2 & Alex Shappie2
1Norfolk State University, 2Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology
43. Leveraging the Self and Technology to Teach the Science of Personality
Jacqueline Evans
University of Texas at Austin
44. “What Happens Next?” An Introduction to Theory Construction, Experimental Design, and a Confounding of Variables
Manda Williamson
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln
45. Collaboration and the Undergraduate Dissertation
Diane Humphrey
King’s University College at Western University
46. Integrating Institutional Mission within Psychology Courses at Religiously-Affiliated Colleges
Rodger Narloch1 & Marianne Lloyd2
1College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University, 2Seton Hall University
47. It’s Alive!!! Bringing Lifeless Topics Back from the Dead
Jesse Boring
SUNY Broome Community College
48. Expectations and Realities in Assessing Psychology Programs
Herbert Helm, Jr. & Karl Bailey
Andrews University
49. Preparing Emerging Teacher-Scholars to Address APA Curricular Goals in Their Undergraduate Classrooms
Ann Battle1 & Stefanie Sinno2
1University of Maryland, 2Muhlenberg College
50. Teaching Civic Engagement and Social Justice as a Psychologist
Ann McCloskey
Landmark College
51. A Cornerstone to Capstone Curriculum: Assessment Strategies That Work
Lisa Blalock
University of West Florida
52. Strategies for Dealing with Over-Disclosing Students
Jason Spiegelman1 & J. Noland White2
1The Community College of Baltimore County, 2Georgia College
53. Swimming in the Deep End: Advice for Advising
Amy Bacon1, Caroline Mann2, & Laura Adams3
1Bradley University, 2Brevard College, 3Norco College
54. Using the Walking Dead to Help Students Master Big Concepts in Psychology
Bob DuBois1 & Anna Ropp2
1Waukesha County Technical College, 2Metropolitan State University of Denver

PARTICIPANT IDEA EXCHANGE III
Tuesday, 4:45–5:45 pm
Jacaranda

PIE III Questions
55. Effective Methods to Enhance Critical Thinking and Learning in Psychology of Gender Courses
Camille Buckner
Marymount University
56. Best Practices for Research Collaboration with Undergraduates
Nesa Wasarhaley & Melissa Brandon
Bridgewater State University
57. Strategies for Managing Classroom Behaviors
Diane Davis Ashe
Valencia College
58. Ups and Downs in Team-Teaching Introduction to Psychological Science
Leslie Cameron
Carthage College
59. APA, Human Rights, and the Hoffman Report: Teachable Moments
Linda Woolf & Michael Hulsizer
Webster University
60. Packing a Three-Pound Backpack: An Activity to Highlight the “Weight” of Students’ Beliefs/Attitudes
Jacki Fitzpatrick
Texas Tech University
61. How Do You Evaluate Your Educational Programs? The Logic behind Using Logic Models
Jon Skalski
Rockford University
62. Textbooks Are Dead and Traditional Assignments Suck
Robert Biswas-Diener1 & Rajiv Jhangiani2
1Portland State University & NOBA, 2Kwantlen Polytechnic University & NOBA
63. What to Cut and What to Keep When Teaching an Intro to Psychology Course
Caroline Stanley1 & Michael Root2
1Bridgewater State University, 2Minnesota State University Moorhead
64. Can Interactive Program Evaluations Be Fun? Matching Health Psychology Teaching Goals to Trainee Expectations
Noel Jacobs
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
65. Behaviorally and Emotionally Engaging Students in Your Class by Rethinking the Traditional Syllabus and Enhancing Instructional Strategies
Kentina Smith
Anne Arundel Community College
66. The Role of Undergraduate Peer Mentors in Psychology
Eileen O’Brien
University of Maryland Baltimore County
67. How Can I Study Better for Your Class?
Lee McCann
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
68. Bullets Kill: Replacing Bullet Points in Presentation Software with Multimedia
David Miller
University of Connecticut
69. Starting a Regional Psychology Teaching Conference
Garth Neufeld
Highline College
70. Gamifying Large and Online Psychology Courses
Alisha Janowsky
University of Central Florida
71. How an Appreciation for Diversity Can Inform Course Design and Classroom Management
Kim Darnell
Georgia State University
72. Advising Students in an Uncertain World: What Are Faculty Doing?
Pam Marek1 & Andrew Christopher2
1Kennesaw State University, 2Albion College
73. Viewpoints on Extra Credit Assignments
Dorothy Doolittle & Shelia Greenlee
Christopher Newport University
74. You Think What? How to Cover Those “Hot-Button” Debatable Topics in Class
Melisa Barden
Walsh University
75. The Psi Chi Research Advisory Committee
John Edlund1, Denise Friedman2, Richard Miller3, & Lisa VanWormer4
1Rochester Institute of Technology, 2Roanoke College, 3Texas A&M University Kingsville, 4University of West Florida
76. Interactive Online Course Development
Donna DiMatteo-Gibson
Lycurgus Group, Inc.
77. Major Issue? Conveying the Value of Psychology to All Students Enrolled in Introduction to Psychology
Victoria DeSensi1, Bethany Jurs2, & Erinn Green3
1Wilmington College, 2Transylvania University, 3University of Cincinnati
78. Not Just a Teacher: Balancing the Demands of Work and Parenthood
Natalie Kerr Lawrence
James Madison University
79. The Cognitive Basis of Effective Teaching
Carole Yue1 & Stephen Chew2
1Covenant College, 2Samford University
80. Infusing Research Methods Training into a Psychology Internship Capstone
Cynthia Prehar
Framingham State University
81. Shape Up Your Exams: Strategies for Navigating a Collaborative Exam Creation Process
Kristie Harris, Anne Wilson, & Melissa Beers
Ohio State University
82. Tools for Teaching Students How to Write and Communicate about Psychology
Ann Nordmeyer
Stanford University