Historical literacy of advanced undergraduate psychology students: pedagogical implications for courses in the history of psychology.
- Published Article
Perceptual and motor skills
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 2002
3 Pt 1
139 junior and senior students enrolled in courses in the history of psychology at two universities were tested on the first day of class to assess general historical literacy, literacy in the history of psychology, and recognition of 51 important figures in the history of psychology. Serious deficiencies in their historical knowledge present important pedagogical implications for the teaching of the history of the discipline.
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