Woody, William Douglas; Viney, Wayne; Johns, Jayson C.
June 2002
Perceptual & Motor Skills;Jun2002 Part 1, Vol. 94 Issue 3, p1013
Academic Journal
Evaluates the general historical literacy of undergraduate psychology students in Fort Collins, Colorado. Literacy of students on psychology history; Assessment on the recognition of important figures in the history of psychology; Implication for the knowledge deficiencies of students on psychology history.


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