The psychologically literate citizen foundations and global perspectives edited by jacquelyn cranney and dana dunn builds upon the concepts of psychological literacy and the psychologically literate citizen which were first developed by mcgovern et al in 2010 and takes these concepts to a broader international audience. In this book a rich variety of international perspectives contribute to the development of the two key concepts of psychological literacy and the psychologically literate citizen authors provide practical guidance for classroom psychology educators as well as curriculum developers and reviewers. Psychological literacy and the psychologically literate citizen new frontiers for a global discipline jacquelyn cranney and dana s dunn part two curriculum perspectives 2 curriculum perspectives 2. This book covers two timely and interconnected concepts in psychology pedagogy psychological literacy and the psychologically literate citizen. Psychologically literate citizens use their psychological literacy to problem solve in an ethical and socially responsible manner in a way that directly benefits their communities these two key concepts receive further theoretical development in this volume and a rich variety of international perspectives is given
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