Toward the beginning of the article, the authors assume what traditional teaching methods are when approaching how to teach psychology. These are merely assumptions and there is no supporting evidence as to what defines “traditional.” As many students are required to take courses in psychology, the differentiation of research methods and data collection is not fully defined until later in graduate school. The authors stress the importance of research methodology when teaching introductory psychology courses. They evaluate a series of textbooks to see if it is done properly.