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Intuition, thinking, acting, information processing

Tony Bastick

Intuition. How we think and act. Wiley & Sons, 1984

We process information merely by living; felings movements and thoughts are informatin which we organization and use according to the way we have organized it

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mental



Excuses, self-image, model

C.F. Snyder, R.L. Higgins and R.J. Stucky

Excuses. Masquerades in search of grace. Wiley & sons, 1984

Highlights both its positive and negative features; numerous case studies, illustrations and examples.

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communication



Teaching

Joseph Lowman

Mastering the techniques of teaching. Jossey-Bass, 1984



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teaching



Evaluation, questionnaires

ed. Daniel C. Lockhart

Making effective use of mailed questionnairs.  Jossey-Bass, 1984

Presents guidelines when and how to use questionnaires

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evaluation



Evaluation, measuring, performance

ed. Dan Baugher

Measuring effectiveness. Jossey-Bass, 1984

Key considerations and difficulties in defining and measuring effectiveness

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evaluation



Evaluation, measuring, competence

Measuring the hard-to-measure

ed. Edward J. Loveland

Identifying and assessing hard to measure variables like abstract objectives, unclear criteria for effectiveness

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evaluation



Stress, teaching

Michael J. Fimian

What is teacher stress?

Clearing house, Nov/82, p101-105

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stress



Stress, hypnosis, relaxation

Wiliam E. Edmonston

Hypnosis and relaxation.  Modern verificationof an old equation.  Wiley & sons, 1983 (?)

Pavlov, Braid, Transcendental Meditation, hypnosis and relaxation

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stress



Psychology, models

Lewis W. Brandt

Psychologists caught. University of Toronto Press, ?

Different schools of psychology, how each is bound by a number of frameords in which psychologists are caught; roles played by different language backgrounds, interests and value systems and ideas of science, religion and how this influences the kind of psychology any practitioner promotes.

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models



Hypnosis, suggestion, psychic

Henry S. Munroe

A handbook of suggestive therapeutics, applied hypnotism, psychic science.  Mosby, St. Louis, 1908



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suggestion



evaluation, teaching, student ratings, teacher effectiveness, course evaluation, teacher characteristics

Ben B. Morgan and George D. Ogden

Non-instructional correlates of student ratings; a brief review.

International review of applied psychology, 1981, 30(3), 409-427 (PA 67:01972)

student ratings are influenced by isolating and interacting variables:demographics, cognition, personality, attitude, class size, subject matter, instructor's sex, personality and teaching ability.

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student ratings



meditation, relaxation training, somatic arousal

David S. Holmes

Meditation and somatic arousal reduction: a review of the experimental evidence

American Psychologist, 39(1): 1-10, 1984



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mediation



placebo, suggestion

Joseph W. Critelli and Karl F. Neumann

The placebo: conceptual analysis of a construct in transition

American Psychologist, 39(1): 32-39, 1984



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suggestion