Intuition, thinking, acting, information processing
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
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.
Mastering the techniques of teaching. Jossey-Bass, 1984
ed. Daniel C. Lockhart
Making effective use of mailed questionnairs. Jossey-Bass, 1984
Presents guidelines when and how to use questionnaires
Evaluation, measuring, performance
ed. Dan Baugher
Measuring effectiveness. Jossey-Bass, 1984
Key considerations and difficulties in defining and measuring effectiveness
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
Michael J. Fimian
What is teacher stress?
Clearing house, Nov/82, p101-105
Stress, hypnosis, relaxation
Wiliam E. Edmonston
Hypnosis and relaxation. Modern verificationof an old equation. Wiley & sons, 1983 (?)
Pavlov, Braid, Transcendental Meditation, hypnosis and relaxation
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.
Hypnosis, suggestion, psychic
Henry S. Munroe
A handbook of suggestive therapeutics, applied hypnotism, psychic science. Mosby, St. Louis, 1908
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.
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
Joseph W. Critelli and Karl F. Neumann
The placebo: conceptual analysis of a construct in transition
American Psychologist, 39(1): 32-39, 1984