Beth Morling is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Delaware. She attended Carleton College in Northfield, MN, and received her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Before teaching at Delaware, she held positions at Union College (NY) and Muhlenberg College (PA). She has taught research methods at Delaware almost every semester for eight years. In addition to research methods, she also teaches undergraduate cultural psychology and a seminar on the self-concept, as well as a graduate course in the teaching of psychology. Her research in the area of cultural psychology explores how cultural practices shape people’s motivations. Dr. Morling recently returned from a year as a Fulbright scholar, teaching and conducting research in Kyoto, Japan.
Books by Beth Morling
The Instructor’s Manual contains teaching guides to the textbook’s key pedagogical features (Learning Actively and Check Your Understanding), a discussion of how to design a course that utilizes the textbook, sample syllabi and assignments, and chapter-by-chapter teaching notes and suggested activities.More
An engaging text that helps students develop the skills they need for critically examining their world.More
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