AUTHORS: Bernstein/Penner/Clarke-Stewart/Roy - ©2012
Psychology CourseMate also features several exclusive resources: Active Learning online booklet. Hands-on activities help students apply key concepts to their own experiences. Exercises range from visiting libraries and toy stores to observe and record differential gender roles to popping balloons in front of a friend to create a classically conditioned response. This exclusive resource was written by Sandra Goss Lucas, William S. Altman, and Doug Bernstein. Critical Thinking online booklet. Activities, written by William S. Altman and Doug Bernstein, include assessing the impact of legislation, evaluating the utility of multitasking, analyzing the nature of dreams, and deciding if computers are beneficial in the classroom give students the chance to explore key text topics while developing their own critical thinking skills. The annotated instructor versions of both online booklets contain additional tips for helping students fully benefit from the activities and include suggested answers to questions raised by some of the activities. Psychology: Concept Maps. Comprehensive outlines of key text concepts, created by William S. Altman, are an ideal reinforcement tool for students to utilize as they study for exams and quizzes.