Joseph Lowman, Ph.D.
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University of North Carolina
Department of Psychology
Campus Box 3270
257 Davie Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3270

Phone: 919-962-3993
Fax: 919-962-2537
e-Mail: jclowman@unc.edu

Recent Publications

Lowman, J. 1995) Mastering the techniques of teaching (2nd Edition). San Francisco, CA:  Jossey-Bass .  (Chinese translation published by the Zhejiang university Press in 2006.)

Lowman, J. (1995).  Assignments that promote and integrate learning.  In R. Menges & M. Weimer, (eds.), Teaching on Solid Ground:  Using Scholarship to Improve Practice (pp. 203-231).  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Lowman, J. (1996).  Characteristics of exemplary teachers.  In M. Svinicki and R. Menges,  (eds.), Honoring Exemplary Teaching:  New Directions for Teaching and Learning #65 (pp. 33-41).  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Lowman, Joseph (2004). Dominando as Técnicas de Ensino.  São Paulo, Brasil:  Editora Atlas, S.A.

Lowman, Joseph (2007).  Smiles, Laughter, and Tears:  The Glue of Relationships and Learning.  In L. Anderson & J. Carta Falsa (eds.) A Chorus of Voices Singing:  the Joy of Teaching.  Landon, MD:  University Press of America, ,pp 36-42.

Lowman, Joseph (in press).  Promovendo Habilidades Ensinando Entre Instrutores Da Universidade.  In I. Avrichir & M. Amatoucci, Tópicos em ensino superior de Administração, São Paulo, Brasil:  Editora Atlas, S.A.

McNiel, M, Lowman, J., and Fleeson, W.  (under review) The Effect of Acting Extraverted Versus Introverted on Four Different Types of Affect.

Lowman, J. & AsKew, D.  (under review).  Dysfunctional Musical Ensembles.

Lowman, J., Judge, A., Wiss, C. (under review).  Lurking on the Internet:  Putting a Human face on Abnormality Psychology.

Lowman, J. & Irvin, R. (manuscript in preparation)  The Ultimatum and Dictator Games Among a Homeless Population.