Popular psychological myths: A comparison of students’ beliefs across the psychology major

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Catherine M Gaze

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The present study investigates the frequency and confidence with which college students endorse popular psychological myths, contrasting introductory psychology students (at the beginning and end of the course) with upper-level psychology majors and students who have never taken Introduction to Psychology. Implications for the teaching of psychology will be discussed.

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Gaze, C. (2014). Popular psychological myths: A comparison of students’ beliefs across the psychology major. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 14(2), 46-60. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.14434/josotl.v14i2.3931
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Catherine M Gaze, Department of Psychology, Elmhurst College

Assistant Professor, Psychology