Teaching of Psychology
For a 5-minute animation of David’s study tips for students, emphasizing the boost from self-testing, visit here.
Captioning for all (2021). Inside Higher Ed online (with Morton Ann Gernsbacher).
Teaching social psychology effectively: A practical guide. Plous, S., Myers, D. G., Kite, M. & Dunn, D. S. (2021). In J. Zumbach, D. Bernstein, S. Narciss, & P. Marsico (Eds.), International Handbook of Psychology Learning and Teaching. New York: Springer.
Three teachers’ treasured technologies. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2013, February). Observer (Association for Psychological Science), pp. 26-27.
Social psychological news you can use. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2012, Spring). Psychology Teacher Network (newsletter), Vol. 22, pp. 1, 3-4.
Changes in psychological science: Perspectives from textbook authors: David Myers.(PDF) (2010). Observer (Association for Psychological Science), pp. 18-19.
Inexpensive interactive customizable e-texts for worldwide use. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2010). In J. Brockman (Ed.), This will change everything. Ideas that will shape the future. New York: Harper Perennial.
Using new interactive media to enhance the teaching of psychology (and other disciplines) in developing countries. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2009). Perspectives on Psychological Science, 4, 1, 99-100.
Teaching psychological science through writing. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2007). Teaching of Psychology, 34, 77-84.
In pursuit of big ideas: Interview with David Myers by J. Babutzke, R. Bannon, K. Stephenson, (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2008). Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 13, 34-37.
Passionate teaching and lessons learned. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2006). In G. D. Oster (Ed.), Life as a psychologist: Career choices and insights. Westport, CT: Praeger.
Affirming psychological science. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2005). An interview with David G. Myers. Teaching of Psychology.
Professing psychology with passion: Lessons I have learned. Myers, D. G. (2005). In B. Perlman, L. McCann, & W. Buskist (Eds.), Voices of experience: Memorable talks from the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. Washington, DC: Association for Psychological Science.
Teaching tips from experienced teachers: Advice for introductory psychology. Myers, D. G. (2005). In D. S. Dunn & S. Chew (Eds.), Best practices in teaching introductory psychology. Matawah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Bolstering a career: The supports and satisfactions of networking. Myers, D. G. (2008). In A. Kracen & I. Wallace (Eds.), You can get into a psychology graduate program: Advice from successful graduate students and prominent psychologists. Washington, DC: APA Books.
2005 APS Observer article on “Teaching Tips.”
Thirty-five years professing psychology: Lessons I have learned. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (2003, Spring). Dialogue (Society of Personality & Social Psychology newsletter), 26-29.
Reflections on scholarship from the liberal arts academy. (PDF) Myers, D. G., & Waller, J. (1999). American Psychologist, 54, 358-361.
Professing psychology with passion. Myers, D. G. (1997). In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), Teaching introductory psychology: Survival tips from the experts. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Teaching, texts, and values. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (1995). Journal of Psychology and Theology, 23(4), 244-247.
Organizational and integrative issues in the introductory psychology course. Myers, D. G. (1989). Network, 7(1), 7-8, 15.
Guaranteed winner demonstrations for introductory psychology. Myers, D. G. (1989, Spring). Network, pp. 6-7.
Text writing at an undergraduate college. (PDF) Myers, D. G. (1985). Resources in Education (ERIC #ED248764).