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Religion and Mythology in a Sample of Undergraduate Psychology of Women Courses
Psychology Faculty Publications
  • Christina J. Taylor, Sacred Heart University
  • Rosemarie Galasso, Sacred Heart University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
10-1-2008
Abstract

The coverage of religion and mythology in undergraduate courses in the Psychology of Women was explored by (a) surveying a sample of undergraduate instructors (N=72); and (b) examining coverage in textbooks on the Psychology of Women (N=95). 48.6% of teachers said they include some coverage, while 43.1% said they never do. The total percentage of coverage in textbooks is small, ranging from a mean of 2.0% in the 1970s to 1.1% in the current decade.

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Taylor, Christina J., and Rosemarie Galasso. "Religion And Mythology In A Sample Of Undergraduate Psychology Of Women Courses." Psychological Reports 103.2 (2008): 358-360.

doi: 10.2466/PR0.103.2.358-360

Citation Information
Christina J. Taylor and Rosemarie Galasso. "Religion and Mythology in a Sample of Undergraduate Psychology of Women Courses" (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/christina-taylor/5/