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Landrum, R. E.  (In press).  A skills theme for the introductory psychology course.  In D. S. Dunn & B. Martin Hard (Eds.), Thematic approaches to teaching introductory psychology.

Landrum, R. E., & McCarthy, M. A.  (2015).  Measuring critical thinking skills.  In R. S. Jhangiani, J. D. Troisi, B. Fleck, A. M. Legg, & H.D. Hussey (Eds.), A compendium of scales for use in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.  Society for the Teaching of Psychology.  Retrieved from

Landrum, R. E.  (2014, August).  Assessing skills: The future of undergraduate psychology education. [Invited Address: Harry Kirke Wolfe Lecture].  American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.

Landrum, R. E.  (2012, March).  Tossing DARTS at undergraduate psychology education: Design, assessment, retention, transfer, and skills. Invited Colloquium presented for the Department of Psychology, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

Landrum, R. E.  (2012, April 30).  Knowledge + skills = A valuable college experience [Podcast].  Boise State University.  

Landrum, R. E., Hettich, P. I., & Wilner, A.  (2010). Alumni perceptions of workforce readiness.  Teaching of Psychology, 37, 97-106. doi:10.1080/00986281003626912

Landrum, R. E. (2010, Spring). Skills for undergraduate psychology majors: Because you need it, do we measure it? Eye on Psi Chi, 14, 23-25. 

Note: Understandably, my interests in skills and assessment overlap; some materials linked here will also be linked in my section on assessment.  Apologies for the cross-listing.