Perceptual Illusions.

Articles on Classroom Experiments

Planarians in the Psychology Classroom: Habituation and Instrumental Conditioning Demonstrations. Classical Conditioning of proboscis extension in honey bees. Learning to Use the Contemporary Library: A Laboratory Exercise The Use of Correspondence in the Classroom PETSCOPE: Using Pet Stores to Increase the Classroom Study of Animal Behavior Classical Conditioning of withdrawal response in the earthworm

Articles Related to instruction

Abramson, C.I (1986). Invertebrates in the classroom. Teaching of Psycholoyg, 13, 24-29.

Abramson, C.I (1990). Invertebrate Learning: A laboratory Manual and Source Book. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Abramson, C.I (1994). A Primer of Invertebrate Learning: The Behavioral Perspective. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Abramson, C.I., Onstott, T., Edwards, S., & Bowe, K. (1996). Classical-conditioning demonstrations for elementary and advanced courses. Teaching of Psychology,23,39-43.

Satterfield, C.D., & Abramson, C.I. (1998). Establishing a psychology club. Teaching of Psychology, 25, 36-37.


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