Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Teaching qualitative research interviewer skills: A developmental framework for social justice psychological research teams.

Given the importance of qualitative methods to social justice psychological research, qualitative methods training needs to begin at the undergraduate level. Faculty-led research projects are a prime opportunity for ongoing faculty supervision and exte…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Explorations in teaching the phenomenological method: Challenging psychology students to “grasp at meaning” in human science research.

To fulfill our collective calling to understand and to heal human persons, psychologists need to be taught ways of listening, observing, and knowing others that respect and preserve the richness of human experience as it is lived. This article serves t…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Toward a model for teaching and learning qualitative inquiry within a core content undergraduate psychology course: Personality psychology as a natural opportunity.

Developing critical thinking skills has emerged as an explicit higher education and workforce priority. Not surprisingly, higher education generally and psychology in particular, grapple with best practices for teaching critical thinking. Should critic…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Qualitative inquiry in undergraduate psychology curricula and research training: Contexts and practices for transforming the optional into the obligatory.

Although qualitative inquiry is gaining recognition and legitimacy in the discipline of psychology, the teaching of such approaches to research–and the scholarship of such teaching – remains under-developed, particularly with respect to undergraduate p…

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