The Fruit of Integration: Results in the Teaching of Psychology

Volume
Volume 23
Issue
Winter 1995
Title
The Fruit of Integration: Results in the Teaching of Psychology
Abstract

The most useful models of integration seem to be those which hold that assumptions affect academic disciplines. This article will suggest that the Christian world view can lead to changes in the psychology classroom, without failing to support and strengthen what is excellent in the field of psychology. The three major areas of change to expect in the teaching of psychology are: (a) the subject matter of interest, (b) the research methods to gather information, and (c) the interpretations or meaning of psychological data. These changes will result in some special class offerings for the psychology student, more subjective research methods and journal articles, and an emphasis on the liberal arts in the teaching of psychology.

Author
Dr. M.P. Cosgrove
Pages
289 - 295
Price
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