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Frank T. McAndrew, Ph.D.
Social Psychologist - Professor – Essayist
I do not have a fancy philosophy of education nor do I use "cutting edge pedagogy" – I just teach & try to make it fun. I am particularly proud of the fact that at least 110 of my former students have earned doctorates in psychology or a closely related field.
I can confidently say that I have taught more students than any other professor in the history of Knox College. I have taught more than 11,000 students in over 20 different courses during my career.
During the pandemic in 2020 & 2021, I put Powerpoint lectures on YouTube. These lectures are available to anyone and they can be accessed via the links embedded in the online versions of Introduction to Psychology, Social Psychology, and Organizational Behavior.
Course Syllabi & Web Pages
Psychology 100 - Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 100 - Introduction to Psychology (online)
Psychology 205 - Social Psychology
PSYC 205 - Social Psychology (online)
PSYC 267/BUS 267 - Organizational Behavior
PSYC 267/BUS 267 - Organizational Behavior (online)
PSYC 272/BUS 272 - Industrial Psychology
PSYC 274/ENVS 274 - Environmental Psychology
Psychology 281 - Research Methods & Statistics I
Psyc 360/361 - Research Experience in Psychology
Psychology 363 - Cognition
Psychology 369 - Evolution and Human Behavior
Psychology 371 - History & Systems of Psychology
OTHER COURSES THAT I TAUGHT AT KNOX IN THE DAYS BEFORE WEB PAGES:
Animal Behavior (BIOL 312/PSYC 312), Cognitive Psychology (PSYC 201), Experimental Social Psychology (PSYC 365), Industrial/Organizational Psychology (PSYC 272), Issues in Experimental Psychology (PSYC 366), Research Methods & Statistics II (PSYC 282), McNair Sophomore Seminar (MCNR 200), Statistics (STAT 200), Perspectives on Being Human (FP 101), Exploring Human Identity (FP 101), Nature & Culture (FP 102), Ways of Knowing (FP 103).
I also taught "Statistics" and "Social Psychology" at the University of Maine before coming to Knox College.
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