Enhancing the Physiological Psychology Course through the Development of Neuroanatomy Laboratory Experiences and Integrative Exercises (2013)Author(s): Steven A. Lloyd
Affiliation: North Georgia College & State University
Description: This resource is a guide designed to supplement a typical upper level Physiological Psychology or Behavioral Neuroscience course or to serve as a stand-alone, expandable laboratory experience. The guide includes 10 assignments and references that reinforce and expand upon students' learning and stimulate interesting class discussions. A front section gives advice for the novice instructor on how to design and conduct a neuroanatomy laboratory using biological tissue. An answer key is available from the author.
Note: 2007 OTRP Instructional Resource Award Winner
Interactive Teaching Activities for Introductory Biopsychology (2012)Author(s): Stephanie L. Simon-Dack
Affiliation: Ball State University
Description: This resource describes 11 simple, interactive activities for biopsychology courses to engage students and illuminate core neurophysiological concepts. Each activity requires little or no outlay of resources; most can be implemented in the classroom and take only 10-15 min of class time.
Note: 2011 OTRP Instructional Resource Award