This special issue offers insightful articles on current practices in teaching psychology at the university level written by experts form around the globe. History of Psychology instruction, current delivery methods, curriculum, goals of instruction, evaluation methods and future trends are described in depth. Specific material and techniques are provided. Readers can easily compare psychology programs in different counties including: Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, Greece, Iran, Italy, Philippines, Russia and the United States.
Table of Contents
P. Wilson, S. Provost, Psychology in Australian Universities. S. McCarthy, C.S. Hutz, W. Gomes, Teaching of Psychology in Brazil. H. Zhang, Y. Xu, Teaching of Psychology to University Students in China. V. Hodapp, H.-P. Langfeldt, Learning and Teaching Psychology as a Major Subject in Germany. J. Georgas, The Education of Psychologists in Greece. A. Alipour, Teaching Undergraduate Psychology in the Islamic Republic of Iran. C. Prandini, S. McCarthy, Teaching Psychology as a Science in Italy. A.C. Gines, Teaching Undergraduate Psychology in the Philippines: A Summary of Current Programs, Policies and Instruction. V.N. Karandashev, Teaching of Undergraduate Psychology in Russia. C.L. Brewer, Undergradute Education in Psychology: United States.