Contents: Preface. Part I: Physiological-Comparative. Preparing for Exams. Teaching Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology. Teaching Hemispheric Laterality. Collecting Physiological Data From Students. Teaching Comparative Psychology. Part II: Perception. Acquiring Demonstrations. Teaching Sensation. Illustrating Illusions. Teaching Various Concepts in Perception. Part III: Learning. Introducing Learning. Using Animals to Teach Learning. Teaching Classical Conditioning. Teaching Operant Conditioning. Using Computers to Teach Learning. Part IV: Cognitive. Starting and Planning the Course. Teaching Concepts and Theories. Improving Memory. Examining Miscellaneous Issues. Part V: Developmental--Child. Emphasizing Writing. Using Videotapes. Observing and Interacting With Children. Incorporating Piagetian Concepts. Part VI: Developmental--Adolescent. Part VII: Developmental--Adult and Aging. Part VIII: Developmental--Life Span. Emphasizing Writing. Structuring Field Experience. Examining Topical Issues. Using Toys and Games.