Describes an in-class role-play for teaching students the procedures associated with in vivo systematic desensitization. McConnell, J.
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Negative reinforcement and positive punishment. Describes an instructional method for teaching undergraduate students the difficult concept of negative reinforcement.
Rocklin, T. Defining learning: Two classroom activities. Teaching of Psychology, 14 , — Describes two in-class activities to assist students in evaluating various definitions of learning and arriving at a useful final definition. Silva, F. Method for illustrating the continuity of behavior during schedules of reinforcement. Teaching of Psychology, 27 , — Describes a computer program for illustrating continuity of behavior, acquisition of operant behavior, the assignment-of-credit problem, organization of behavior across time, and the analysis of single-subject data.
Abramson, C. Invertebrates in the classroom. Teaching of Psychology, 13 , 24— Describes materials relevant to organizing and implementing a laboratory program for demonstrating classical, instrumental, and avoidance conditioning in invertebrates. Classical conditioning demonstrations for elementary and advanced courses. Teaching of Psychology, 23 , 26— Describes exercises for demonstrating classical conditioning with earthworms and houseflies as safe, convenient alternatives to potentially dangerous or seasonal invertebrates.
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Reducing fear of a laboratory rat: A participant modeling approach. Evaluates the effect of a participant modeling intervention on students' fears of handling a lab rat. Herzog, H. Naturalistic observation of behavior: A model system using mice in a colony. Teaching of Psychology, 15 , — Describes activities that require students to generate a coding system and gather data on the behavior observed in a mouse colony. Hull, D. Observing animal behavior at the zoo: A learning laboratory. Teaching of Psychology, 30 , — Describes a laboratory course that requires students to select, operationalize, and record the behaviors of a species of animal at the zoo.
Pre- and postlab measures of student attitudes regarding the study of animal behavior and confidence in observational skills are also reported. Katz, A. Inexpensive animal learning exercises for huge introductory laboratory classes. Teaching of Psychology, 5 , 91— Describes a course that makes use of planaria as inexpensive and efficient subjects for demonstrating both classical and instrumental conditioning to students in a large laboratory setting. Kogan, L. Applied animal behavior course: A service-learning collaboration with the humane society.
Describes an operant animal training experience in an undergraduate animal behavior course.
Lukas, K. Teaching operant conditioning at the zoo. Describes a partnership between a zoo and a college to train undergraduate students in operant conditioning techniques. Michael, J.
An advanced laboratory course in the experimental analysis of behavior. Teaching of Psychology, 2 , — Describes objectives and exercises for an advanced undergraduate laboratory course in the experimental analysis of behavior. Nallan, G. A classical conditioning laboratory for the psychology of learning course. Describes a lab project involving rats and operant training equipment to introduce students to principles of conditioning, learning, and memory. Nolan, L. Use of terrestrial hermit crabs in the study of habituation.
Teaching of Psychology, 31 , 98— Describes an undergraduate laboratory experiment that illustrates habituation with hermit crabs. Owren, M. An inexpensive habituation and sensitization learning laboratory exercise using planarians. Teaching of Psychology, 20 , — Describes a lab exercise using planarians to demonstrate habituation and sensitization processes.
Opportunities for demonstrating spontaneous recovery and short- versus long-term habituation are also described.
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Palya, W. The debriefing form. Teaching of Psychology, 5 , — Describes a method for monitoring student performance and increasing the likelihood of regular interaction between students and instructors in a laboratory course. Renner, M. Learning the Rescorla-Wagner model of Pavlovian conditioning: An interactive simulation. Describes an interactive spreadsheet program that illustrates the Rescorla-Wagner model. Weiss, C. An inexpensive animal laboratory course.
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Teaching of Psychology, 7 , — Describes a laboratory course using easily stored, relatively inexpensive male Siamese fighting fish for students to conduct a variety of behavioral investigations. Boniecki, K. Breaking the silence: Using a token economy to reinforce classroom participation.
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Evaluates the effect of a token-economy intervention on the participation of undergraduate students in an introductory psychology course. Fernald, P. Programmed instruction versus standard text in introductory psychology. Compares the effects of programmed instruction with reading a standard textbook chapter on student quiz scores.
Errorless differentiation of academic responses by college students. Evaluates a method of errorless discrimination training with college undergraduates. Discusses the results in terms of future methods of classroom instruction. Kellum, K. Response-card instruction and student learning in a college classroom. Teaching of Psychology, 28 , — Compares the effects of in-class review questions with and without response cards on learning and participation of community college students.
Luyben, P. Effects of CAI on the academic performance and attitudes of college students. Compares the effects of computer-assisted instruction CAI , including fluency and mastery training components, to traditional study methods on the test performance and attitudes of participants toward CAI. Saville, B.