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PSYCH - 9780176945701

Spencer A. Rathus, Scott G. Veenvliet, Shannon J. Maheu
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2023
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Spencer A. Rathus

Spencer A. Rathus received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and is on the faculty of The College of New Jersey. His research interests include treatment of obesity and eating disorders, smoking cessation, human growth and development, methods of therapy and sexual dysfunctions. The author of the widely used Rathus Assertiveness Schedule, he has written several college textbooks, including PSYCH, HDEV, AIDS: WHAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW, HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD, and CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT.

Scott G. Veenvliet

Scott G. Veenvliet obtained his B.A. honours degree in Psychology from Trinity Western University (1999), his M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2001), and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Western Ontario (2006). Scott’s teaching career began during his doctoral work at UWO and continued as an assistant professor at Tyndale University College in Toronto for three years. Currently, Scott thoroughly enjoys teaching various psychology courses, including several versions of introductory psychology, at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. Scott’s most recent publications have appeared in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (2008), Social Justice Research (2008), and Deviant Behavior (2005).

Shannon J. Maheu

Shannon Maheu is currently a Professor of Psychology in the School of Language and Liberal Studies at Fanshawe College, London Ontario. She teaches a number of social and educational psychology courses, including introductory psychology at the college. Her current research involves deconstructing and applying current writing perspectives at the college level and in the academic disciplines, such psychology. She is pedagogically interested in student-centred learning and its subsequent outcomes on success.

Spencer A. Rathus

Spencer A. Rathus received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and is on the faculty of The College of New Jersey. His research interests include treatment of obesity and eating disorders, smoking cessation, human growth and development, methods of therapy and sexual dysfunctions. The author of the widely used Rathus Assertiveness Schedule, he has written several college textbooks, including PSYCH, HDEV, AIDS: WHAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW, HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD, and CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT.

Scott G. Veenvliet

Scott G. Veenvliet obtained his B.A. honours degree in Psychology from Trinity Western University (1999), his M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2001), and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Western Ontario (2006). Scott’s teaching career began during his doctoral work at UWO and continued as an assistant professor at Tyndale University College in Toronto for three years. Currently, Scott thoroughly enjoys teaching various psychology courses, including several versions of introductory psychology, at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. Scott’s most recent publications have appeared in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (2008), Social Justice Research (2008), and Deviant Behavior (2005).

Shannon J. Maheu

Shannon Maheu is currently a Professor of Psychology in the School of Language and Liberal Studies at Fanshawe College, London Ontario. She teaches a number of social and educational psychology courses, including introductory psychology at the college. Her current research involves deconstructing and applying current writing perspectives at the college level and in the academic disciplines, such psychology. She is pedagogically interested in student-centred learning and its subsequent outcomes on success.

Spencer A. Rathus

Spencer A. Rathus received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and is on the faculty of The College of New Jersey. His research interests include treatment of obesity and eating disorders, smoking cessation, human growth and development, methods of therapy and sexual dysfunctions. The author of the widely used Rathus Assertiveness Schedule, he has written several college textbooks, including PSYCH, HDEV, AIDS: WHAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW, HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD, and CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT.

Scott G. Veenvliet

Scott G. Veenvliet obtained his B.A. honours degree in Psychology from Trinity Western University (1999), his M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2001), and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Western Ontario (2006). Scott’s teaching career began during his doctoral work at UWO and continued as an assistant professor at Tyndale University College in Toronto for three years. Currently, Scott thoroughly enjoys teaching various psychology courses, including several versions of introductory psychology, at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. Scott’s most recent publications have appeared in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (2008), Social Justice Research (2008), and Deviant Behavior (2005).

Shannon J. Maheu

Shannon Maheu is currently a Professor of Psychology in the School of Language and Liberal Studies at Fanshawe College, London Ontario. She teaches a number of social and educational psychology courses, including introductory psychology at the college. Her current research involves deconstructing and applying current writing perspectives at the college level and in the academic disciplines, such psychology. She is pedagogically interested in student-centred learning and its subsequent outcomes on success.

Spencer A. Rathus

Spencer A. Rathus received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and is on the faculty of The College of New Jersey. His research interests include treatment of obesity and eating disorders, smoking cessation, human growth and development, methods of therapy and sexual dysfunctions. The author of the widely used Rathus Assertiveness Schedule, he has written several college textbooks, including PSYCH, HDEV, AIDS: WHAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW, HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD, and CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT.

Scott G. Veenvliet

Scott G. Veenvliet obtained his B.A. honours degree in Psychology from Trinity Western University (1999), his M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2001), and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Western Ontario (2006). Scott’s teaching career began during his doctoral work at UWO and continued as an assistant professor at Tyndale University College in Toronto for three years. Currently, Scott thoroughly enjoys teaching various psychology courses, including several versions of introductory psychology, at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. Scott’s most recent publications have appeared in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (2008), Social Justice Research (2008), and Deviant Behavior (2005).

Shannon J. Maheu

Shannon Maheu is currently a Professor of Psychology in the School of Language and Liberal Studies at Fanshawe College, London Ontario. She teaches a number of social and educational psychology courses, including introductory psychology at the college. Her current research involves deconstructing and applying current writing perspectives at the college level and in the academic disciplines, such psychology. She is pedagogically interested in student-centred learning and its subsequent outcomes on success.

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  • Spencer A. Rathus

    Spencer A. Rathus received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and is on the faculty of The College of New Jersey. His research interests include treatment of obesity and eating disorders, smoking cessation, human growth and development, methods of therapy and sexual dysfunctions. The author of the widely used Rathus Assertiveness Schedule, he has written several college textbooks, including PSYCH, HDEV, AIDS: WHAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW, HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD, and CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT.

    Scott G. Veenvliet

    Scott G. Veenvliet obtained his B.A. honours degree in Psychology from Trinity Western University (1999), his M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2001), and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Western Ontario (2006). Scott’s teaching career began during his doctoral work at UWO and continued as an assistant professor at Tyndale University College in Toronto for three years. Currently, Scott thoroughly enjoys teaching various psychology courses, including several versions of introductory psychology, at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. Scott’s most recent publications have appeared in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (2008), Social Justice Research (2008), and Deviant Behavior (2005).

    Shannon J. Maheu

    Shannon Maheu is currently a Professor of Psychology in the School of Language and Liberal Studies at Fanshawe College, London Ontario. She teaches a number of social and educational psychology courses, including introductory psychology at the college. Her current research involves deconstructing and applying current writing perspectives at the college level and in the academic disciplines, such psychology. She is pedagogically interested in student-centred learning and its subsequent outcomes on success.

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  • Spencer A. Rathus

    Spencer A. Rathus received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and is on the faculty of The College of New Jersey. His research interests include treatment of obesity and eating disorders, smoking cessation, human growth and development, methods of therapy and sexual dysfunctions. The author of the widely used Rathus Assertiveness Schedule, he has written several college textbooks, including PSYCH, HDEV, AIDS: WHAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW, HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD, and CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT.

    Scott G. Veenvliet

    Scott G. Veenvliet obtained his B.A. honours degree in Psychology from Trinity Western University (1999), his M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2001), and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Western Ontario (2006). Scott’s teaching career began during his doctoral work at UWO and continued as an assistant professor at Tyndale University College in Toronto for three years. Currently, Scott thoroughly enjoys teaching various psychology courses, including several versions of introductory psychology, at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. Scott’s most recent publications have appeared in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (2008), Social Justice Research (2008), and Deviant Behavior (2005).

    Shannon J. Maheu

    Shannon Maheu is currently a Professor of Psychology in the School of Language and Liberal Studies at Fanshawe College, London Ontario. She teaches a number of social and educational psychology courses, including introductory psychology at the college. Her current research involves deconstructing and applying current writing perspectives at the college level and in the academic disciplines, such psychology. She is pedagogically interested in student-centred learning and its subsequent outcomes on success.

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  • Spencer A. Rathus

    Spencer A. Rathus received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and is on the faculty of The College of New Jersey. His research interests include treatment of obesity and eating disorders, smoking cessation, human growth and development, methods of therapy and sexual dysfunctions. The author of the widely used Rathus Assertiveness Schedule, he has written several college textbooks, including PSYCH, HDEV, AIDS: WHAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW, HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD, and CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT.

    Scott G. Veenvliet

    Scott G. Veenvliet obtained his B.A. honours degree in Psychology from Trinity Western University (1999), his M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2001), and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Western Ontario (2006). Scott’s teaching career began during his doctoral work at UWO and continued as an assistant professor at Tyndale University College in Toronto for three years. Currently, Scott thoroughly enjoys teaching various psychology courses, including several versions of introductory psychology, at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. Scott’s most recent publications have appeared in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (2008), Social Justice Research (2008), and Deviant Behavior (2005).

    Shannon J. Maheu

    Shannon Maheu is currently a Professor of Psychology in the School of Language and Liberal Studies at Fanshawe College, London Ontario. She teaches a number of social and educational psychology courses, including introductory psychology at the college. Her current research involves deconstructing and applying current writing perspectives at the college level and in the academic disciplines, such psychology. She is pedagogically interested in student-centred learning and its subsequent outcomes on success.

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  • Spencer A. Rathus

    Spencer A. Rathus received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and is on the faculty of The College of New Jersey. His research interests include treatment of obesity and eating disorders, smoking cessation, human growth and development, methods of therapy and sexual dysfunctions. The author of the widely used Rathus Assertiveness Schedule, he has written several college textbooks, including PSYCH, HDEV, AIDS: WHAT EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW, HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A CHANGING WORLD, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY IN A CHANGING WORLD, and CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT.

    Scott G. Veenvliet

    Scott G. Veenvliet obtained his B.A. honours degree in Psychology from Trinity Western University (1999), his M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2001), and his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Western Ontario (2006). Scott’s teaching career began during his doctoral work at UWO and continued as an assistant professor at Tyndale University College in Toronto for three years. Currently, Scott thoroughly enjoys teaching various psychology courses, including several versions of introductory psychology, at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. Scott’s most recent publications have appeared in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion (2008), Social Justice Research (2008), and Deviant Behavior (2005).

    Shannon J. Maheu

    Shannon Maheu is currently a Professor of Psychology in the School of Language and Liberal Studies at Fanshawe College, London Ontario. She teaches a number of social and educational psychology courses, including introductory psychology at the college. Her current research involves deconstructing and applying current writing perspectives at the college level and in the academic disciplines, such psychology. She is pedagogically interested in student-centred learning and its subsequent outcomes on success.

 
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