Preparing the New Psychology Professoriate
Preparing the New Psychology Professoriate: Helping Graduate Students Become Competent Teachers
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The editors are grateful for the experience of working with such a talented and insightful group of authors -- 46 in total -- who contributed the chapters to this volume. They were enthusiastic responding to our solicitation that they contribute their considerable expertise across the 31 chapters that make up this book. They also collectively adhered to our tight deadlines and requests for corrections and rewrites with a generosity that made this process all the more rewarding.
We must also recognize the work of a dedicated group of consulting editors who formed an editoral board to review, comment, and critique each chapter in the book. We were determined to employ a referee process in the development of this electronic text that would reflect the commitment of the scholarship of teaching in psychology to professional standards of academic authorship and peer review.
The editors are grateful for and wish to acknowledge the the work of the editorial board members listed below who served as independent reviewers of the individual chapters in the text. They offered the authors and the primary editors very helpful comments and critiques which improved this volume tremendously.
Virginia Andreoli Mathie, James Madison University
Susan Becker, Mesa State College
Trisha A. Benson, Auburn University
Andrew N. Christopher, Albion College
Ramie Cooney, Creighton University
Dana S. Dunn, Moravian College
Vanessa Fazio, Suffolk University
Abby Heckman, Georgia Institute of Technology
Amber Henslee, Auburn University
Matt Hertenstein, DePauw Univerity
G. William Hill IV, Kennesaw State University
Steve H. Hobbs, Augusta State University
Jessica Irons, Auburn University
Cheri Jacobs, Savannah College of Art and Design
Dave Johnson, John Brown University
Jared Keeley, Auburn University
Mark Krank, University of Montana
Maureen McCarthy, American Psychological Association
Linda M. Noble, Kennesaw State University
David Pittenger, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Erin B. Rasmussen, Idaho State University
Jeanine Ray, Kent State University
Loretta Rieser-Daniel, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Todd A. Smitherman, Auburn University
Michael Spiegler, Providence College
Kenneth M. Steele, Appalachian State University
Mark Ware, Creighton University
Kenneth A.Weaver, Emporia State University
Valerie Whittlesey, Kennesaw State University
Janie H. Wilson, Georgia Southern University
Elizabeth Yost Hammer, Loyola Universtiy
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