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Dillon, James J.

Teaching Psychology and the Socratic Method

Dillon, James J. - Teaching Psychology and the Socratic Method, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Why We Teach
James J. Dillon

2. Who Is Socrates and Why Should We Read Him?
James J. Dillon

3. The Socratic Method
James J. Dillon

4. Socrates Structures the Course
James J. Dillon

5. Teaching Neuroscience with Phaedo

James J. Dillon

6. Teaching the Psychology of Memory with Phaedo

James J. Dillon

7. Teaching the Psychology of Learning with Meno

James J. Dillon

8. Teaching Sensation–Perception Psychology with De Anima

James J. Dillon

9. Teaching Cognitive Psychology with De Anima

James J. Dillon

10. First Academic Conference on Psychology and the Body
James J. Dillon

11. Teaching Developmental Psychology with Republic

James J. Dillon

12. Teaching Moral Development with Theaetetus

James J. Dillon

13. Teaching Abnormal Psychology with Nicomachean Ethics

James J. Dillon

14. Teaching Psychotherapy with Phaedrus

James J. Dillon

15. Conference 2: Good, Better, and Best in Psychology
James J. Dillon

16. Teaching Personality Psychology with Apology

James J. Dillon

17. Teaching Social Psychology with Crito

James J. Dillon

18. Teaching Motivation and Emotion Psychology with Euthyphro

James J. Dillon

19. Academic Conference 3: What Is the Self?
James J. Dillon

20. Omnibus Academic Conference: The Socratic Method
James J. Dillon

Keywords: Psychology, Pedagogic Psychology, Classical Philosophy, Educational Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Research Methodology

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Psychology
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781349950508
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-95049-2

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