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(p. 349) Developing Scientific Reasoning Skills in Beginning and Ending Students 

(p. 349) Developing Scientific Reasoning Skills in Beginning and Ending Students
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(p. 349) Developing Scientific Reasoning Skills in Beginning and Ending Students
Author(s):

Suzanne C. Baker

, Maureen A. McCarthy

, Jane S. Halonen

, Dana S. Dunn

, and G. William Hill

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195378214.003.0021
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This chapter discusses the development of scientific reasoning skills in beginning and ending students. The purpose of this chapter is to explore the role that departments and their faculty play in moving students from declaring psychology as a major to mastering the concepts, theories, and ways of thinking of psychologists at a baccalaureate level. This chapter examines best practices that departments and faculty can adopt to facilitate optimal outcomes for both the students and the faculty who deliver the program.

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