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- 1 Undergraduate Education in Psychology: All’s Well That Begins and Ends Well Dana S. Dunn, Bernard C. Beins, Maureen A. McCarthy, and G. William Hill, IV
- 2 Addressing the Multiple Demands of Teaching Introductory PsychologyMichael L. Stoloff
- 3 Reading From the Same Page: Building an Integrated CurriculumBrian T. Loher, Karri B. Verno, Francis W. Craig, and Peter A. Keller
- 4 Advising in the Classroom: A Career Exploration Class for Psychology Majors Drew C. Appleby
- 5 Building a Psychology Orientation Course: Common Themes and ExercisesBrian T. Loher and R. Eric Landrum
- 6 Engaging Students in Psychology: Building on First-Year Programs and SeminarsRegan A. R. Gurung and Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges
- 7 Learning Communities as an Innovative Beginning to the Psychology Major: A Tale of Two CampusesKenneth E. Barron, Kim K. Buch, Jeffrey T. Andre, and Sue Spaulding
- 8 Displacing Wikipedia: Information Literacy for First-Year Students Charles M. Harris and S. Lynn Cameron
- 9 Crafting and Implementing a Career Development Course in PsychologyEric A. Goedereis and Stanley H. Cohen
- 10 The Capstone Course in Psychology as Liberal Education OpportunityDana S. Dunn and Maureen A. McCarthy
- 11 History of Psychology as a Capstone CourseLudy T. Benjamin, Jr.
- 12 Research Teams: Developing a Capstone Experience With Programmatic ResearchBernard C. Beins and Phil D. Wann
- 13 Honors Thesis as a Capstone: A Possible Perfect EndingSherry L. Serdikoff
- 14 The Capstone Research Course: A Case Study in the Evolution of Educational EfficacyWayne S. Messer and David B. Porter
- 15 Ten Things I Hate About My Capstone Course—And a Few Ways to Fix ThemTracy E. Zinn, Monica J. Reis-Bergan, and Suzanne C. Baker
- 16 Writing for Psychology Majors as a Developmental ProcessBernard C. Beins, Randolph A. Smith, and Dana S. Dunn
- 17 Capping the Undergraduate Experience: Making Learning Come Alive Through FieldworkJoann H. Grayson
- 18 Helping Undergraduates Transition to the Workplace: Four Discussion StartersPaul Hettich
- 19 Helping Undergraduates Make the Transition to Graduate SchoolBrennan D. Cox, Kristin L. Cullen, William Buskist, and Victor A. Benassi
- 20 Teaching Psychology’s Endings: The Simple Gifts of a Reflective CloseNeil Lutsky
- 21 Developing Scientific Reasoning Skills in Beginning and Ending StudentsSuzanne C. Baker, Maureen A. McCarthy, Jane S. Halonen, Dana S. Dunn, and G. William Hill, IV