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MULTIPLE-CHOICE AND FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS IN PREPARATION FOR THE AP PSYCHOLOGY EXAMINATION - 4th ED.
The author of the book, Laura Brandt, currently teaches at Libertyville High School in Libertyville, Illinois and teaches online for the Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University. She received her BA from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, an MA in U.S. History from Northern Illinois University, an MS in Psychology from DePaul University and an administrative certificate from Concordia University. Laura has conducted numerous workshops for AP Psychology teachers and served on the committee for Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) as a member-at-large and chair. Laura has co-led the APA Clark workshop at Clark University and been recognized with the Margaret Moffett Teaching Award for the Society for the Teaching of Psychology and the TOPSS teaching award for high school teachers. In 2008, Laura was a finalist for the Illinois Teacher of the Year. Laura has attended the AP reading for many years and has held various leadership positions including Table Leader and Question Leader. She also serves as an examiner for the IB Psychology exam. Laura co-facilitates the Books for Psychology Class website (https://booksforpsychologyclass.weebly.com) which reviews psychology books for students and teachers and provides in-class activities for instructors of psychology. Additionally, Laura is one of the organizers of the i-score 5 psychology app to help students review for the AP psychology exam.
Here is what some of your colleagues had to say about our previous editions of the AP Psychology book:
“The book is well written and takes the confusion out of the psychological terminology. The graphic organizers are very effective.”
John A. Meyer / Pago HS, Greensboro, NC "Very 'user friendly.' Students liked the explanations and the check-up quizzes for each section. The format of the sample exams is quite similar to the AP exam itself, so students fell familiar with the testing format.”
Patrick Harris / San Clemente HS, San Clemente, CA “Great test questions and information.”
Karen Cohen / Walled Lake Western HS, Walled Lake, MI “I liked the summary sections for each subject and the exams were also very good.”
Megan Bryant / Grossmont HS, El Cajon, CA