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Psychology is the scientific study of behavior, a broad term encompassing perception, cognition, emotion, and action, as well as increasing emphasis on neuroscience and culture. The discipline of psychology is changing so rapidly that no interested individual can keep up with ongoing advances in the study of human behavior, animal behavior, and brain science. Fortunately, Oxford Bibliographies in Psychology is a ready, reliable resource for scholars and researchers, practitioners, teachers, and students to access classic, contemporary, and cutting edge scholarship in psychology, much of which is now available in online venues. Anyone with expertise in or curiosity about a psychological topic can use the online technologies to locate relevant bibliographic indexes, library catalogs, and numerous related references works. The taxonomy—the classification and organization of key subject terms—was created to reflect timely and timeless topics in the discipline. Oxford Bibliographies in Psychology is a quick, comprehensive, and efficient source for exploring or staying current with the growing science of psychology. As Oxford Bibliographies in Psychology expands, it will reflect changes and developments in this increasingly interdisciplinary “hub” science.
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Dana S. Dunn is currently Professor of Psychology and Assistant Dean for Special Projects at Moravian College. As the author or editor of 17 books and writer of over 140 articles, chapters, and book reviews, Dunn writes about the teaching of psychology, rehabilitation psychology, social psychology, and liberal education. Dunn is currently editing the Oxford Handbook of Psychology Education and, with Jacquelyn Cranney, edited The Psychologically Literate Citizen: Foundations and Global Perspectives (2011, Oxford University Press). He is also the editor of eight "best practices in psychology pedagogy” books, including Getting Connected: Best Practices for Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning in Psychology (with Janie Wilson, James Freeman, and Jeffrey Stowell, 2011, Oxford University Press). A frequent speaker at disciplinary conferences, Dunn served as President of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (Division Two of the American Psychological Association) in 2010. He is the 2013 recipient of American Psychological Foundation's Charles L. Brewer Award for Distinguished Teaching of Psychology.
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