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Journal of Social Sciences
Year: 2006  |  Volume: 2  |  Issue: 4  |  Page No.: 108 - 112

Improving the Psychology Undergraduate Curriculum in Developing Countries: A Personal Note with Illustrations from Brazil

Charles I. Abramson and Amauri B. Bartoszeck    

Abstract: In this article we suggest various ways in which the undergraduate curriculum for psychology students can be improved in developing countries. Suggestions based on the author’s experience in the northeast of Brazil include forming psychology clubs, creating community outreach programs, establishing a human subject pool, skills training, developing research-based courses and seeking outside funding.

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