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  • In Memoriam: Bernardo J. Carducci (1952–2018)

    Halonen, Jane S.  

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  • In Memoriam: Wilbert J. McKeachie

    Halonen, Jane S.   Landrum, R. Eric  

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  • Practice What We Teach: Improving Teaching and Learning in Psychology

    Chew, Stephen L.   Halonen, Jane S.   McCarthy, Maureen A.   Gurung, Regan A. R.   Beers, Melissa J.   McEntarffer, Robert   Landrum, R. Eric  

    In traditional research areas within psychology, effective researchers stay up-to-date with the latest advances and new methodologies within a specialty area. Failure to do so limits one's effectiveness and potential impact on advancing that field of study. In our view, teachers of psychology possess the same responsibilities to stay current and incur the same risks if they fail to do so. Psychology educators should not only employ scientifically validated principles of learning and evidence-based pedagogies but should use the methods of psychological science to test the effectiveness of their teaching practices empirically. We articulate and document these complex issues in this manifesto and urge more psychology educators to become leaders in innovative and effective teaching by leveraging our disciplinary understanding of the fundamentals of teaching and learning. We provide pragmatic steps and resources to aid more faculty, especially early career instructors, in becoming scientist-educators.
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  • Embedding Career Issues in Advanced Psychology Major Courses

    Halonen, Jane S.   Dunn, Dana S.  

    Despite the popularity of the psychology major, complaints regularly arise about the value of majoring in psychology. This article reviews the workforce advantages that accrue to successful psychology students and encourages new strategies for emphasizing the professional development goal in the American Psychological Association's Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major (2013). Recommendations include infusing career preparation in advanced classes, designing career-focused capstone courses, and conducting a climate check on department support for fostering realistic and appropriate career aspirations in undergraduate psychology majors.
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  • Embedding Career Issues in Advanced Psychology Major Courses

    Halonen, Jane S.   Dunn, Dana S.  

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  • Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major: Version 2.0

    Halonen, Jane S.   Buskist, William F.   Dunn, Dana S.   Freeman, James E.   Hill, G. William, IV   Landrum, R. Eric   McCarthy, Maureen A.   Rudmann, Jerry L.   Stoloff, Michael L.   Enns, Carolyn Z.   Kaslow, Nadine J.  

    The APA Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major: Version 2.0 (henceforth Guidelines 2.0; APA, 2013) represents a national effort to describe and develop high-quality undergraduate programs in psychology. The task force charged with the revision of the original guidelines for the undergraduate major examined the success of the document's implementation and made changes to reflect emerging best practices and to integrate psychology's work with benchmarking scholarship in higher education. Guidelines 2.0 abandoned the original distinction drawn between psychology-focused skills and psychology skills that enhance liberal arts development. Instead, Guidelines 2.0 describes five inclusive goals for the undergraduate psychology major and two developmental levels of student learning outcomes. Suggestions for assessment planning are provided for each of the five learning goals.
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  • Introduction

    Halonen, Jane S.  

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  • The Generalist\"s Corner: On Following Your Bliss: An Interview With Jane S. Halonen

    Irons   Jessica G.  

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  • Jane S. Halonen: Award for Distinguished Contributions of Applications of Psychology to Education and Training.

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  • Jane S. Halonen: Award for Distinguished Contributions of Applications of Psychology to Education and Training.

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  • Relaxation training and expectation in the treatment of postpartum distress.

    Halonen, Jane S.   Passman, Richard H.  

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  • Jane Jacobs\"s urban ethics

    Laurence   Peter L.  

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  • Jane Austen\"s Mental Maps

    Brown   James  

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  • Not Jane Fonda\"s China Syndrome

    Langerman   Neal  

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  • A Jane Austen Dictionary || S

    Apperson, George Latimer  

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  • Doating on Faults in Jane Austen ' s Emma

    Garofalo, Daniela  

    This article examines the novel's interest in powerless female characters and claims that through women's lack the public experiences a communal loss. Emma famously attempts to repair the lack of socially dispossessed women. Engaging in a fantasy of making up for lack by marrying her friends off to wealthy men, Emma appears to embrace the reactionary side of fantasy, which attempts to escape the trauma of loss by emphasizing wholeness and full satisfaction. However, as psychoanalytic theory makes clear, fantasy has another function: it inadvertently brings the subject closer to the trauma of loss. While much of the novel's action is focused on repairing women's lack particularly by emphasizing the marriage plot, fantasy in the novel also leads to the insistent public encounter with loss, culminating in the Box Hill episode. The novel insists on an enjoyment in lack itself. Furthermore, for most critics, the marriage at the novel's end between Knightley and Emma seems to function as a reactionary kind of fantasy resolution. This article, however, by focusing on the psychoanalytic concepts of fantasy and drive, emphasizes how the protagonists' union is motivated by a desire for the experience of loss and the acknowledgment of social authority's groundlessness.
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