Psychology as a Science
I. Research Process and Design
III. Information in the Real World
This resource compilation and activity development was designed to serve the Psychology as a Science course at Washington State University. This book is designed as a resource for instructors, but should not be assigned to students as-is. All activities were co-authored by Amy T. Nusbaum and Dr. Dee Posey and are licensed CC-BY-SA. The activities are designed using an inquiry framework, encouraging students to think with the mindset of a scientist. All resources are owned by their individual authors – we link to them merely for convenience. The hope for this resource is that instructors can easily create custom reading lists for their own courses that are free for students.
If you have resources that you think should be added, recommendations for edits, or other ideas, Amy can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter at @amy_nusbaum.
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Psychology as a Science by Amy T. Nusbaum and Dee Posey is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.