Two 101 classes were given general information about the voices missing in the textbook version of the history of PSY (see addendum A). Only one of the classes was then assigned to complete a research project identifying and describing one of the voices missing. Students will share slides and be required to respond to classmates' slides for maximum exposure (addendum B). At the end of the semester, both classes will be assessed for the effects of the intervention (addendum C).
Results and Conclusions: There was no significant difference between the classes on DV (endorsement of increased sensitivity to power and access in the history of academic disciplines; i.e. the missing voices). However, a significant portion of the class exposed to the intervention listed the research on the "invisible histories" as their favorite activity of the semester (13:30)! The take-away is that it is important to students to be exposed to alternative realities about their disciplines, even if an increased sensitivity is not a measurable response.