Slide Presentations From Personality Instructors

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Alfred Adler Slide presentation and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

Alfred Adler Photo slide show of Adler's life (PPT format, 349 KB).

Gordon Allport Slide presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.

APA Formatting and Style Guide This presentation from Purdue University is a very thorough guide to APA sytle for writing papers featuring citations, references, headings, language, figure captions, and all the rest.

APA Style Citations: Why and How The Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology (OTRP) is pleased to announce the following new resource: Why and How to Write APA-Style Citations in the Body and Reference Section of Your Papers (2010) by Drew C. Appleby (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis). This resource is a 35-slide packet (in Microsoft PowerPoint) that instructors can use to lecture about writing APA-style citations, following guidelines of the 6th edition of The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. In addition, a short file for the instructor provides suggestions for how to use the slides in classes.

Attachment Theory and The Cider House Rules Maureen Mack, of the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, has put together an interesting slide presentation using scenes from the movie The Cider House Rules to illustrate principles of attachment theory. She asks that you respect copyright laws and intellectual properties rights by crediting [her] as the writer and developer of the presentation. (Beck is discussed in Part 2).

John Bowlby John Bowlby: Understanding His Shadow a slide presentation by Daniel Berry at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, November 18, 2005. (Scroll down and click on "John Bowlby" in the schedule.)

Carl Rogers Photo slide show of Rogers' life (PowerPoint format, 298 KB).

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