The psychologically literate citizen : foundations and global perspectives / edited by Jacquelyn Cranney, Dana S. Dunn Cranney, Jacquelyn

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Cranney, Jacquelyn
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Psychology - Study and teaching (Higher); Psychology.; Australian
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. ONE Introduction
  • 1.Psychological Literacy and the Psychologically Literate Citizen: New Frontiers for a Global Discipline / Dana S. Dunn
  • pt. TWO Curriculum Perspectives
  • 2.Curriculum Matters: Structure, Content, and Psychological Literacy / Regan A. R. Gurung
  • 3.Critical Thinking and the Education of Psychologically Literate Citizens / Heather A. Butler
  • 4.Enhancing Ethical Literacy of Psychologically Literate Citizens / Shirley A. Morrissey
  • 5.The Social Psychology of Intergroup Harmony and the Education of Psychologically Literate Citizens / Fiona A. White
  • 6.Changing the Lens: Indigenous Perspectives on Psychological Literacy / Yvonne Clark
  • 7.Introductory Psychology and Psychological Literacy / Kathie J. McDonald
  • 8.Educational Psychology and Psychological Literacy in Higher Education: Developmental and Cultural Aspects of Racial Diversity / Marsha Ing
  • Contents note continued: 9.The Role of Positive Psychology in Creating the Psychologically Literate Citizen / Lindsay G. Oades
  • 10.Departmental Program Approaches for Educating Psychologically Literate Citizens / Maureen A. McCarthy
  • 11.Psychological Literacy and Applied Psychology in Undergraduate Education / Sherri McCarthy
  • pt. THREE Global Perspectives
  • 12.Psychological Literacy: An Italian Perspective / Claudio Tonzar
  • 13.An Indonesian Perspective on Psychological Literacy / Sarlito Wirawan Sarwono
  • 14.A U.K. Perspective on Psychological Literacy and Citizenship / Jacqueline Akhurst
  • 15.Psychological Literacy Goals in Psychology Teaching in Russian Education / Victor Karandashev
  • 16.Sustainability and the Psychologically Literate Citizen: A New Zealand Perspective / Andrea Mead
  • 17.Fostering Psychologically Literate Citizens: A Canadian Perspective / Jocelyn Lymburner
  • pt. FOUR Integrative Perspectives
  • Contents note continued: 18.Adaptive Cognition and Psychological Literacy / Sue Morris
  • 19.Psychological Literacy: Bridging Citizenship and Character / Janet E. Kuebli
  • 20.A Scientist-Educator Perspective on Psychological Literacy / Daniel Bernstein
  • 21.Virtues and Character Strengths of Psychologically Literate Faculty / Thomas V. McGovern
  • 22.Psychological Literacy: An Alumni Perspective / Giulia Landi
  • 23.What the World Needs Now Is Psychological Literacy / Dana S. Dunn.
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