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  • Abramson, C.I. (1986/1990/2000). Invertebrates in the classroom. Teaching of Psychology, 13, 24-29. Modified and reprinted in: V.P. Makosky, C.C. Sileo, L.G. Whittemore C.P. Landry & M.L. Skutley (Eds.) (1990). Activities Handbook for the Teaching of Psychology, Vol. 3 (pp. 347-354). Washington, D.C. American Psychological Association. Reprinted in: Reprinted in: Hebl, M. R., Brewer, C. L., & Benjamin, Jr., L. T. (Eds.). (2000). Handbook for teaching introductory psychology (Vol. 2), pp. 163-168. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
  • Abramson, C.I., Onstott, T., Edwards, S., & Bowe, K. (1996/2000/2000). Classical-conditioning demonstrations for elementary and advanced courses. Teaching of Psychology, 23, 26-30. (Reprinted in: Ware, M. E., & Johnson, D. E. (Eds.). (2000). Handbook of demonstrations and activities in the teaching of psychology (2nd ed., Vol. 2, pp. 116-120. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.). Reprinted in: Hebl, M. R., Brewer, C. L., & Benjamin, Jr., L. T. (Eds.). (2000). Handbook for teaching introductory psychology (Vol. 2), pp. 221-225. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
  • Satterfield, C.D., & Abramson, C.I. (1998). Establishing a psychology club. Teaching of Psychology, 25, 36-37.
  • Abramson, C.I., French, D. P., Huss, J., & Mundis, M. (1999). Classification laboratory: A computer program using clip art to demonstrate classification. Teaching of Psychology, 26, 135-137.
  • Abramson, C.I., Kirkpatrick, D. E., Bollinger, N., Odde, R., & Lambert, S. (1999). Planarians in the Psychology classroom: Habituation and instrumental conditioning demonstrations. In L. Benjamin, B. Nodine, R. Ernst, C. Blair-Broeker (Eds.). Activities handbook for the teaching of psychology, Volume 4 (pp. 166-171). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Abramson, C.I., French, D. P., & Locy, S. (1999). Learning to Use the Contemporary Library: A Laboratory Exercise. In L. Benjamin, B. Nodine, R. Ernst, C. Blair-Broeker (Eds.). Activities handbook for the teaching of psychology, Volume 4 (pp. 3-8). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Abramson, C.I., & Hershey, D. A. (1999). The use of correspondence in the classroom. In L. Benjamin, B. Nodine, R. Ernst, C. Blair-Broeker (Eds.). Activities handbook for the teaching of psychology, Volume 4 (33-36). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Abramson, C.I., Huss, J. M., Wallisch, K., & Payne, D. (1999). Petscope: using pet stores to increase the classroom study of animal behavior. In L. Benjamin, B. Nodine, R. Ernst, C. Blair-Broeker (Eds.). Activities handbook for the teaching of psychology, Volume 4 (pp. 118-122).. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Abramson, C.I., Wallisch, K., Huss, J. M., & Payne, D. (1999). Project BETA: Biological education through animals. The American Biology Teacher, 61, 1-2.
  • Abramson, C.I., Zhang*, W., & Latino, C. (2001). A build-it-yourself inexpensive lock-out device. Psychological Reports, 88, 411-419.
  • Abramson, C.I., Robinson**, E.G., Rice*, J., Burley*, J., Bergman*, S., Delougherty*, P., & Reudy*, K. (2002). An easy to use word processing program for creating concept cards. Psychological Reports, 90, 968-974.
  • Yonts**, N., Abramson, C.I., McKenna*, J., DeBoer*, S., McMillian*, A., Rice*, J., Potts, R., & Scott, B. (2002). An inquiry based approach to teaching research design: Asking the right questions. Psychological Reports, 90, 1064-1068.
  • Bowser, T., & Abramson, C.I. (2003). The Oklahoma pet food testing center. Oklahoma Food Technology Center Publications, FAPC-122.
  • Abramson, C.I. (2003). Charles Henry Turner: Contributions of a forgotten African American to honey bee research. American Bee Journal, 143, 643-644.
  • Page, M., Abramson, C. I., & Jacobs-Lawson, J. (2004). The National Science Foundation research experience for undergraduates program: Experiences and recommendations. Teaching of Psychology, 31, 241-247.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2004). PETSCOPE: Using Pet Stores to Increase the Classroom Study of Animal Behavior. In M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, (pp. 533-539). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2004). Planarians in the psychology classroom: Habituation and instrumental conditioning demonstrations. In M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, (pp. 539-547). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2004). Charles Henry Turner. In M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, (pp. 1073-1079). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2004). Margaret Floy Washburn. In M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, (pp. 1087-1089). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2005). Learn by doing. In: T. Benson, C. Burke, A. Amstadter, R. Siney, B. Beins, & W. Buskist (Eds.). Teaching of Psychology in Autobiography: Perspectives from Exemplary Psychology Teachers (pp. 1-7). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Onuki, Y., & Abramson, C. I. (2005). The process of creating the web site: The Guide to the History of Japanese Psychology: Advantages and disadvantages of presenting history on the internet. The History of Psychology and Psychology Studies, 6, 33-43 (in Japanese).
  • Abramson, C. I. (2006). Wolfgang Kohler. In: The World Book Encyclopedia, (p. 361). Chicago, IL: World Book Publishing.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2006). Wilhelm Wundt. In: The World Book Encyclopedia (p. 514). Chicago, IL: World Book Publishing.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2006). Kurt Lewin. In: The World Book Encyclopedia (pp. 219-220). Chicago, IL: World Book Publishing.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2006). Jean Piaget. In: The World Book Encyclopedia (pp. 445). Chicago, IL: World Book Publishing.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2006). Comparative Psychology In: The World Book Encyclopedia (pp. 902a-902b). Chicago, IL: World Book Publishing.
  • Abramson, C. I. , & Bowser, T. J. (2006). In-home animal product evaluation using the Citizen Scientist™ program. In: T. P. Lynons, K. A. Jacques, & J. Hower (Eds.), Biotechnology in the Feed Industry (pp. 1-5.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2006). Turner, Charles Henry. World Book Online Reference Center. Chicago, IL: World Book Publishing (http://www.worldbookonline.com/).
  • Abramson, C. I. (2006). Clifford W. Beers. In: The World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago, IL: World Book Publishing. (http://www.worldbookonline.com/).
  • Abramson, C. I. (2006). Charles Henry Turner: Pioneer of Comparative Psychology. In: D. A. Dewsbury, L. T. Benjamin, Jr., & M. Wertheimer (Eds.), Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology: Volume VI. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (pp. 37-49).
  • Place, A. J. & Abramson, C. I. (2006). An inquiry-based exercise for demonstrating prey preferences in snakes. American Biology Teacher, 68, 144-149.
  • Abramson, C. I. , & Bartoszeck, A. (2006). Improving the psychology undergraduate curriculum in developing countries: A personal note with illustrations from Brazil. Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 108-112.
  • Lord, P. B., Martin, M. M., & Abramson, C. I. (2007). The use of PowerPoint shareware for making Jeopardy! – type games in the teaching of psychology. Psychological Reports, 105, 8-14.
  • Abramson, C. I. (2007). Earthworms: “Intestines of the Earth”. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Relationships (Vol. 1), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp. 318-319).
  • Abramson, C. I., & Bozic (2007). Pesticides’ effects on honeybees. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Relationships (Vol. 2), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp. 385-387).
  • Wilma Bold Warrior, & Abramson, C. I. (2007). Animal symbolism in Native American cultures. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Relationships (Vol. 2), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp. 429-430).
  • Place, A. J., & Abramson, C. I. (2007). Snakes as Cultural and Religious Symbols. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Relationships (Vol. 2), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp. 611-613).
  • Aldana, E. & Abramson, C. I. (2007). Chagas disease and insect behavior. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Relationships (Vol. 3), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp. 847-849).
  • Abramson, C. I., & Bozic, J. (2007). Insect Pests in Human Economy and Health. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Interaction (Vol. 3), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp.875-877).
  • Wells, H., & Abramson, C. I. (2007). Rabies. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Interaction (Vol. 3), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp. 880-881).
  • Bozic, J., & Abramson, C. I. (2007). Pesticide effects on honeybees. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Relationships(Vol. 4), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp.1153-1154).
  • Abramson, C. I., Bozic, J. & Wells, H. (2007). A Honey Bee Model of Alcohol Induced Behavior. In: M. Bekoff (Ed). Encyclopedia of Animal-Human Relationships (Vol. 4), Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group (pp. 1274-1276).
  • Abramson, C. I. (2008). Charles Henry Turner. In N. Koertge (Ed.) New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Detroit, MI: Charles Scribner’s and Son (pp. 84-87).
  • Abramson, C. I., Mixson*, T. A., Cakmak, I., & Wells, H. (2007). The use of honey bees to teach principles of learning. Uludag Bee Journal, 7, 126-131.
  • Abramson, C. I., Burke-Bergmann**, A. L., Nolf**, S. L., & Swift*, K. (2009). The use of board games, historical calendars, and trading cards in a history of psychology class. Psychological Reports, 104, 529-544.
  • Miskovksy*, C, Becker*, B., Hilker*, A., & Abramson, C. I. (2010). The “Fish Stick”: An easy to use student training apparatus for fish. Psychological Reports, 106, 135-146.
  • Stevison*, B. K., Biggs*, P. T.., & Abramson, C. I. (2010). Using Google Earth as a source of ancillary material in a history of psychology class. Psychological Reports, 106, 665-670.
  • Abramson, C. I., Brown**, E. A., & Langley*, D. (2011). Use of PowerPoint to demonstrate classical salivary conditioning in a classroom setting. Psychological Reports, 108, 109-119.
  • Abramson, C. I., Curb**, L., & Barber*, K. R. (2011). A bibliography of articles of interest to teachers of psychology appearing in Psychological Reports 1955-2010. Psychological Reports, 108, 182-212.
  • Abramson, C. I., Butler*, M. E., Kurtz, R. M., Wells, S., & Wells, H. (2011). Using free flying honey bees to teach principles of learning. Uludag Bee Journal, 11, 92-98 (in English and Turkish).
  • Abramson, C. I., Curb**, L. A., Barber*, K. R., & Sokolowski, M. B. C. (2011). The use of invertebrates and other animals to demonstrate principles of learning: Activities developed by the laboratory of Comparative Psychology and Behavioral Biology. Journal of Behavioral and Neuroscience Research, 9, 1-6.
  • Abramson, C. I., Hilker*, A. C., Becker*, B., Barber*, K. R., & Miskovsky*, C. (2011). Cost-Effective Laboratory Exercises to Teach Principles in the Comparative Analysis of Behavior. Journal of Behavioral and Neuroscience Research, 9, 7-15.