Contents: Preface. Part I: Personality. Discovering Students' Perspectives. Exploring Theories. Emphasizing Writing. Part II: Abnormal. Teaching With Simulations. Teaching With Case-Studies. Teaching Abnormal Psychology Through the Arts and Literature. Examining Miscellaneous Issues. Part III: Clinical-Counseling. Learning Concepts and Principles. Acquiring Skills--Undergraduate Students. Acquiring Skills--Graduate Students. Treating Fears. Advocating a Research Perspective. Part IV: Social. Focusing on Experimentation. Emphasizing Writing in Social Psychology. Illustrating Concepts in Social Perception and Social Cognition. Demonstrating Bias in Social Perception and Social Cognition. Teaching About Attitudes and Persuasion. Exploring About Aggression. Examining Group Processes. Teaching About Spatial and Nonverbal Behavior. Examining Stereotypes of Gender and Race. Integrating Social Psychology and Personality. Examining Miscellaneous Issues.