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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.

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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.

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Behavioristic Psychologies. These slides (in PDF format) on Behavioristic Psychologies, including Ivan Pavlov, John Watson, Mary Jones, Joseph Wolpe, B.F.Skinner, Julian Rotter, Martin Seligman, and Albert Bandura, are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Evolution and Genetics Jeff Standen shares his PowerPoint slides on natural selection and genetics.

Motivation: McClelland, and Maslow Jackie Bruce, The Pennsylvania State University, created this extensive resource page for the Youth Leadership Training Program. Included are lesson plans, activities, and Power Point slides for various topics including leadership, teamwork, conflict management, goal setting, and more. The unit on motivation includes an overview of motivational theories and of Maslow, and McClelland in particular.

Psychodynamic These slides (in PDF format) on Psychodynamic Psychologies including Freud, experimental tests of Freud’s theory, object relations, ego psychology, Carl Jung, and Heinz Kohut are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

Resources for Teaching Neuroscience Jeff Standen compiled these resources for teaching neuroscience including PowerPoint slides on neurons, the brain and brain research and much more.

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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.

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Ceiling projector 01 by user:Piotrus - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

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Evolution and Genetics Jeff Standen shares his PowerPoint slides on natural selection and genetics.

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Resources for Teaching Neuroscience Jeff Standen compiled these resources for teaching neuroscience including PowerPoint slides on neurons, the brain and brain research and much more.

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Sigmund Freud in the History of Psychology Paul Hofer teaches this History of Psychology class at Johns Hopkins University. The site contains his syllabus, lecture notes, PowerPoint slides, and links to various works on the history of psychology, including Freud, Skinner and Behaviorism including Pavlov, Thorndike, and Watson.

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Personality and Racism Lecture Lovemore Nyatanga at the University of Derby posts these PowerPoint slides from the Psychology & Racism class.

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The Dark Side of Self-Esteem Current research suggests that level of self-esteem -- high or low -- is not nearly as important as variability or stability of self-esteem. Read all about the paradox of self-esteem in this slide presentation from the University of Southern Mississippi. Includes definitions, brief history, and a summary of the latest research. (Opens in PowerPoint format).

Sensation Seeking Linda Little at Austin College in Sherman, Texas developed this presentation on sensation seeking.

B. F. Skinner in the History of Psychology Paul Hofer teaches this History of Psychology class at Johns Hopkins University. The site contains his syllabus, lecture notes, PowerPoint slides, and links to various works on the history of psychology, including Freud, Skinner and Behaviorism including Pavlov, Thorndike, and Watson.

Traits Lecture on traits and the dispositional approach (PPT format, 2.02 MB).

Traits: Beyond the Big Five Peter Harms, University of Nebrasksa, created this slide presentation which explores research on the Five Factor model and considers traits beyond the Big Five including the HEXACO six factor model. Opens in Power Point format (if the presentation doesn't open directly for you, paste the link into Google.com and open the html link).

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George Kelly and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Kelly and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Walter Mischel and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Michelle and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Michelle is discussed in Part 2.)

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Albert Bandura and the Social Learning Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the social learning theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Aaron Beck and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Beck and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Beck is discussed in Part 2).

Behavioristic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the conditioning in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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(Beck is discussed in Part 2).

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Biology and Personality Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the biology and personality in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Albert Ellis and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Ellis and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. Ellis is discussed in Part 2; it includes the words to his famous songs Demandingness, I Wish I Were Not Crazy, Life Must Be Easy, The Procrastination Song, Whine Whine Whine, and Love Me Love Me.

Existential/Phenomenological Psychologies. These slides (in PDF format) on Existential and Phenomenological Psychologies, including philosophical roots, Heideggar, Daseinanalysis, J.P. Sartre, Rollo May, and Irvin Yalom are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Sigmund Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Person-Centered Approaches. These slides (in PDF format) on Person-Centered approaches, including Irvin Yalom and Carl Rogers and the implications of Roger’s theory for parenting, therapy, education and relationships are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download their lectures in Microsoft PowerPoint format on Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenological 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Self-Determination Theory. These slides (in PDF format) on self-determination theory, including background of theory, types of motivation, and applications to weight loss, teaching and learning, well-being, and compliance to medical regimes are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Trait Theory Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download their lecture on Trait Theory (Allport, Cattell, Eysenck, Big Five) in Microsoft PowerPoint format, and a detailed handout of the 16PF factors and The Five Factor Model (with factors and facets) to go with it in Microsoft Word format.

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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.

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Traits: Beyond the Big Five Peter Harms, University of Nebrasksa, created this slide presentation which explores research on the Five Factor model and considers traits beyond the Big Five including the HEXACO six factor model. Opens in Power Point format (if this doesn't open directly for you, past the link into Google.com and open the html link).

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Traits: Beyond the Big Five Peter Harms, University of Nebrasksa, created this slide presentation which explores research on the Five Factor model and considers traits beyond the Big Five including the HEXACO six factor model. Opens in Power Point format (if the presentation doesn't open directly for you, paste the link into Google.com and open the html link).

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Traits: Beyond the Big Five Peter Harms, University of Nebrasksa, created this slide presentation which explores research on the Five Factor model and considers traits beyond the Big Five including the HEXACO six factor model. Opens in Power Point format (if this doesn't open directly for you, past the link into Google.com and open the html link).

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

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

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The Dark Side of Self-Esteem Current research suggests that level of self-esteem -- high or low -- is not nearly as important as variability or stability of self-esteem. Read all about the paradox of self-esteem in this slide presentation from the University of Southern Mississippi. Includes definitions, brief history, and a summary of the latest research. (Opens in PowerPoint format).

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Personality and Racism Lecture Lovemore Nyatanga at the University of Derby posts these PowerPoint slides from the Psychology & Racism class.

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Bandura, Beck, Ellis, Seligman: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2 These slides (in PDF format) are from two lectures on Seligman and Bandura on Cognitive Mediation and Beck and Ellis on Cognitive Therapy from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Motivation: McClelland, and Maslow Jackie Bruce, The Pennsylvania State University, created this extensive resource page for the Youth Leadership Training Program. Included are lesson plans, activities, and Power Point slides for various topics including leadership, teamwork, conflict management, goal setting, and more. The unit on motivation includes an overview of motivational theories and of Maslow, and McClelland in particular.

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Sigmund Freud in the History of Psychology Paul Hofer teaches this History of Psychology class at Johns Hopkins University. The site contains his syllabus, lecture notes, PowerPoint slides, and links to various works on the history of psychology, including Freud, Skinner and Behaviorism including Pavlov, Thorndike, and Watson.

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B. F. Skinner in the History of Psychology Paul Hofer teaches this History of Psychology class at Johns Hopkins University. The site contains his syllabus, lecture notes, PowerPoint slides, and links to various works on the history of psychology, including Freud, Skinner and Behaviorism including Pavlov, Thorndike, and Watson.

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Biology and Personality Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the biology and personality in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Biology and Personality Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the biology and personality in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Bandura, Beck, Ellis, Seligman: Lecture 1 and Lecture 2 These slides (in PDF format) are from two lectures on Seligman and Bandura on Cognitive Mediation and Beck and Ellis on Cognitive Therapy from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Self-Determination Theory. These slides (in PDF format) on self-determination theory, including background of theory, types of motivation, and applications to weight loss, teaching and learning, well-being, and compliance to medical regimes are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Behavioristic Psychologies. These slides (in PDF format) on Behavioristic Psychologies, including Ivan Pavlov, John Watson, Mary Jones, Joseph Wolpe, B.F.Skinner, Julian Rotter, Martin Seligman, and Albert Bandura, are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Behavioristic Psychologies. These slides (in PDF format) on Behavioristic Psychologies, including Ivan Pavlov, John Watson, Mary Jones, Joseph Wolpe, B.F.Skinner, Julian Rotter, Martin Seligman, and Albert Bandura, are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Behavioristic Psychologies. These slides (in PDF format) on Behavioristic Psychologies, including Ivan Pavlov, John Watson, Mary Jones, Joseph Wolpe, B.F.Skinner, Julian Rotter, Martin Seligman, and Albert Bandura, are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Person-Centered Approaches. These slides (in PDF format) on Person-Centered approaches, including Irvin Yalom and Carl Rogers and the implications of Roger’s theory for parenting, therapy, education and relationships are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Existential/Phenomenological Psychologies. These slides (in PDF format) on Existential and Phenomenological Psychologies, including philosophical roots, Heideggar, Daseinanalysis, J.P. Sartre, Rollo May, and Irvin Yalom are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Psychodynamic These slides (in PDF format) on Psychodynamic Psychologies including Freud, experimental tests of Freud’s theory, object relations, ego psychology, Carl Jung, and Heinz Kohut are from Richard Ryan’s Theories of Personality & Psychotherapy class at the University of Rochester.

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Slide Presentations From Personality Instructors

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Trait Theory Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download their lecture on Trait Theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format, and a detailed handout of the 16PF factors and The Five Factor Model (with factors and facets) to go with it in Microsoft Word format.

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Trait Theory Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download their lecture on Trait Theory (Allport, Cattell, Eysenck, Big Five) in Microsoft PowerPoint format, and a detailed handout of the 16PF factors and The Five Factor Model (with factors and facets) to go with it in Microsoft Word format.

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Trait Theory Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download their lecture on Trait Theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format, and a detailed handout of the 16PF factors and The Five Factor Model (with factors and facets) to go with it.

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Trait Theory Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download their lecture on Trait Theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format, and a detailed handout of the 16PF factors and The Five Factor Model (with factors and facets) to go with it in Microsoft Word format.

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Albert Bandura and the Social Learning Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the social learning theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Aaron Beck and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Beck and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Beck is discussed in Part 2).

Behavioristic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the conditioning in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Biology and Personality Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the biology and personality in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Albert Bandura and the Social Learning Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the social learning theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Aaron Beck and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Beck and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Beck is discussed in Part 2).

Behavioristic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the conditioning in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Biology and Personality Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the biology and personality in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Albert Ellis and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Ellis and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. Ellis is discussed in Part 2; it includes the words to his famous songs Demandingness, I Wish I Were Not Crazy, Life Must Be Easy, The Procrastination Song, Whine Whine Whine, and Love Me Love Me.

Sigmund Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

George Kelly and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Kelly and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Walter Mischel and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Michelle and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Michelle is discussed in Part 2.)

Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download their lectures in Microsoft PowerPoint format on Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenological 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Albert Ellis and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Ellis and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. Ellis is discussed in Part 2; it includes the words to his famous songs Demandingness, I Wish I Were Not Crazy, Life Must Be Easy, The Procrastination Song, Whine Whine Whine, and Love Me Love Me.

Sigmund Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

George Kelly and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Kelly and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Walter Mischel and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Michelle and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Michelle is discussed in Part 2.)

Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download their lectures in Microsoft PowerPoint format on Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenological 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Trait Theory Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2004. Click to download their lecture on Trait Theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format, and a detailed handout of the 16PF factors and The Five Factor Model (with factors and facets) to go with it.

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Biology and Personality Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the biology and personality in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download their lectures on Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenological 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download their lectures in Microsoft PowerPoint format on Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenological 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenological 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download their lectures on Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenological 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenolgocial 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenological 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Phenomenological (Existential and Humanistic) Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Phenomenological 1: The Existential Paradigm featuring Rollo May and Irvin Yalom, and Phenomenolgocial 2: The Humanistic Paradigm, featuring Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers.

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Bandura and the Social Learning Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the social learning theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Albert Bandura and the Social Learning Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the social learning theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Aaron Beck and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Beck and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Beck is discussed in Part 2).

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Ellis and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Ellis and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. Ellis is discussed in Part 2; it includes the words to his famous songs Demandingness, I Wish I Were Not Crazy, Life Must Be Easy, The Procrastination Song, Whine Whine Whine, and Love Me Love Me.

Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Kelly and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Kelly and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Mischel and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Michelle and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Michelle is discussed in Part 2.)

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Albert Ellis and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Ellis and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. Ellis is discussed in Part 2; it includes the words to his famous songs Demandingness, I Wish I Were Not Crazy, Life Must Be Easy, The Procrastination Song, Whine Whine Whine, and Love Me Love Me.

Sigmund Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

George Kelly and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Kelly and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Walter Mischel and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Michelle and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Michelle is discussed in Part 2.)

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Ellis and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Ellis and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. Ellis is discussed in Part 2; it includes the words to his famous songs Demandingness, I Wish I Were Not Crazy, Life Must Be Easy, The Procrastination Song, Whine Whine Whine, and Love Me Love Me.

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Mischel and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Michelle and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format. (Michelle is discussed in Part 2.)

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Kelly and the Cognitive Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, and Part 2 of their lectures on Kelly and the Cognitive perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Bandura and the Social Learning Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the social learning theory in Microsoft Powerpoint format.

Behavioristic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the conditioning in Microsoft Powerpoint format.

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Bandura and the Social Learning Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the social learning theory in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

Behavioristic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the conditioning in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft Powerpoint format.

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Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft PowerPoint format.

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Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click to download Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft Powerpoint format.

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Freud and the Psychodynamic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Click here for Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of their lectures on Freud and the Psychodynamic perspective in Microsoft Powerpoint format.

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Behavioristic Perspective Ron Noble and Jennifer Ostovich taught this personality class at the University of Pennsylvania in Spring of 2004. Visit here to download their lecture on the conditioning in Microsoft Powerpoint format.

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BF Skinner Part 1 Δ Part one of a photo slide show of Skinner's life (PPT format, 298 KB).

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Sensation Seeking Linda Little at Austin Collge in Sherman, Texas developed this presentation on sensation seeking.

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

Attachment Theory and The Cider House Rules Maureen Mack, of the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, has put together an interesting power point 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.

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

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

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.

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.)

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Attachment Theory and The Cider House Rules Maureen Mack, of the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, has put together an interesting power point 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.

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Attachment Theory and The Cider House Rules Maureen Mack, of the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, has put together an interesting power point 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.''


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