31st Annual Conference of the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology
The recent influx of films addressing different aspects of memory loss inspired the development of an upper-level undergraduate seminar that focuses on investigating amnesia through the lens of popular cinema. This discussion-based course included several written assignments and, at the end of one semester, a comprehensive take-home exam. Over the course of four semesters, a bank of student-authored discussion questions for each reading was collected and a list of topics and corresponding movies was honed.
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Amanda C. Gingerich. "Using popular cinema to teach memory and amnesia" 31st Annual Conference of the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. St. Pete Beach, FL.. Jan. 2009.