A Psychology Toolbox offers readers a compilation of activities to infuse into introductory psychology courses that aim to strengthen students' mental toolboxes. In each chapter, the authors provide background information that help students apply the concepts reflected in each activity, including application in students’ lives outside the classroom. The authors discuss all relevant materials needed to use the activity in class, and each chapter concludes with a QR code for readers to access those materials and additional resources. The book is organized broadly into the following five sections: Starting Off the Semester; Critical Thinking and Study Habits; Motivation, Mindset and Mindfulness; Emotion Regulation and Stress Relief; and Life Skills.
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Suggested Reference Format
For the overall text, reference the book in this fashion:
Beyer, A., & Cerniak, J. (Eds.). (2023). A psychology toolbox: Creative class activities that support students’ growth and development. The Society for the Teaching of Psychology. https://teachpsych.org/ebooks/psytoolbox
Individual chapters should be referenced in this fashion (an example):
Lighter, R. (2023). Setting the tone. In A. Beyer & J. Cerniak (Eds.), A psychology toolbox: Creative class activities that support students’ growth and development. The Society for the Teaching of Psychology. https://teachpsych.org/ebooks/psytoolbox