Geography -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Connecticut
Geographic illiteracy is a prevalent phenomenon in American culture today.
Students in American high schools lack basic geographic skills, concepts and knowledge
that would aid their entrance into today's society. This lack of knowledge has...
Geography--Study and teaching.; Geographic information systems.
Thesis advisor: Peter A.K. Kyem.; " ... in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Geography."; M.S.,Central Connecticut State University,,2000.; Includes bibliographical references (leaves [153-155]).
Psychology -- Public opinion; Pseudoscience -- Psychological aspects; Medical misconceptions; Social psychiatry
In its beginnings, psychology was grounded in objective scientific reasoning. As psychological principles became applied in clinical settings, scientific approaches gave way to subjective interpretations of human behavior. Today, a significant...