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Keystone faculty members have work accepted for conference



Posted: 09/20/2013

La PlumeThree faculty members in Keystone College’s Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences recently had submissions accepted to the 2014 National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology conference in January.

Psychology faculty members Dr. Kristel Gallagher, Dr. Bill Chase, and Dr. Steve Howell each had submissions accepted for the conference.

Their presentations are: “How Lilo and Stitch Saved the Introductory Psychology Students… Or, the Use of Retrieval Cues on Exams to Increase Memory for Class Material” by Dr. Gallagher; “Setting the Stage: Where ‘Disturbed Students’ Can be a Good Thing,” by Dr. Chase; and “First Contact:  An Interactive Classroom Exercise to Simulate a First Encounter with Speakers of an Unknown Language,” by Dr. Howell and Caterina Browne, a recent Keystone graduate and former psychology undergraduate teaching assistant.