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Dennis Fox's
Courses & Teaching Materials

Courses with online materials

Other courses I've taught one time or another

  • Introductory Psychology: Social-Individual Behavior
  • Psychology of Personality
  • Social Psychology and Society: Political Psychology
  • Psychology of Social Movements
  • Psychology of Nuclear War and Its Opposition
  • Psychology and Society: Graduate Seminar in Personal Values, Sociopolitical Ideology, and Public Policy
  • Introduction to Law
  • Seminar on Legal Environment
  • Law and Decision Making
  • Mental Health Law
  • Conservative Efforts to Reclaim the Law
  • Introduction to Graduate Legal Studies
  • Legal Issues in the News
  • Liberal Studies Colloquium: The Columbus Quincentennial (team-taught with Ron Sakolsky)
  • English, Math, and "Test-Taking Skills" (mostly for AFSCME members preparing to take a High School Equivalency Exam)
  • Folk dancing (another life....)



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Teaching Background

  • University of Illinois at Springfield (formerly Sangamon State University) from 1988-1998 - lots of courses
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1987-88 during postdoctoral training) Law and Psychology; Psychology and Society
  • Michigan State University (1982-85 while in graduate school) variety of courses
  • Lansing Community College (1983 adjunct) Introductory Psychology
  • Mt. Ida College, Massachusetts (2006 adjunct) Social Psychology
  • Ben Gurion University, Israel (2006 visiting professor) Psychology, Law, and Justice
  • York University, Toronto (2009 visiting professor) Psychology and Society in Critical Perspective
  • Corvid College, Boston (2010 volunteer instructor) Polyamory Politics

Details on my curriculum vita

My educational philosophy and methods are generally pretty clear from my course syllabi, handouts, reading lists, etc.

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