Ever since I began doing research in social psychology there were two very important issues I had to tackle – both answered with one simple solution – my own research Wiki.
The first critical issue was organization. It became apparent very early that I need a way to keep track of what I [...]
Examples go a long way to make things clearer for the students. To liven things up in the class room and engage the students, it’s helpful to actually have your students think up examples in class, write those on the board in brainstorming style and then offer an example of your own as a wrap [...]
Bringing real social psychology experiments into the classroom is one of the best ways of teaching psychology, but it’s never easy, especially when you need to apply deception in the classroom. But, I was able to pull it off.
One of the classic social psychology experiments was conducted by Asch (1951) on group conformity. [...]
To start off a class about social psychology or management I believe the best way is to dive right in and demonstrate to the students just how fragile our mind is with some very basic optical illusions and irrationality biases. It’s remarkable how easy these things are to demonstrate in class and the effect on [...]
One of the best ways for students to learn about social psychology and management is to experience things first hand. In my "Introduction to Management" undergraduate course I ran several famous social psychology and management in-class experiments that demonstrate the material we studied in class.
As a first example, we did an inclass experiment in [...]