UMass Amherst

Linda M. Isbell, PhD

Teaching

Courses

FFYS 191 Freshman First Year Seminar (Stigma and Mental Illness)

PSY 241H Research Methods (Honors)

PSY 360 Social Psychology

PSY 391 Stigma and Mental Illness (Seminar)

PSY 391 Political Psychology (Seminar)

PSY 660 Social Psychology (Graduate Seminar)

PSY 762 Social Cognition (Graduate Seminar)

Teaching Resources

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Fall 2011 Social Psychology Teaching Team

Fall 2011 Social Psychology Teaching Team Fall 2011 Social Psychology Teaching Team

Fall 2010 Social Psychology Teaching Team

Fall 2010 Social Psychology Teaching Team

Spring 2010 Social Psychology Teaching Team

Spring 2010 Social Psychology Teaching Team

Teaching Publications and Materials

NOTICE: The following linked articles have been password protected in accordance with current webpublishing copyright laws. To obtain a copy of the document password send an email to the following address (L.M.Isbell.publications@gmail.com)-- the password will be sent to you. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Isbell, L.M., & Gilbert Cote, N. (2009). Connecting with struggling students to improve performance in large classes.  Teaching of Psychology, 36, 185-188. [get article]

Isbell, L.M., Tyler, J.M., & Burns, K.C. (2007).  An activity to teach students about schematic processing.  Teaching of Psychology, 34, 241-244. [get article]

Isbell, L.M. & Tyler, J.M. (2005).  Using students’ personal ads to teach about interpersonal attraction and intimate relationships.  Teaching of Psychology, 32, 169-171. [get article]

Isbell, L.M. (2003).  Teaching an undergraduate course in political psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 30, 148-153. [get article]

Isbell, L.M., & Tyler, J.M. (2003).  Teaching students about in-group favoritism and the minimal groups paradigm.  Teaching of Psychology, 30, 127-130. [get article]