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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 14 No 1 2008

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 14 No 1 2008

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Guest editor Dominic Upton considers the teaching of psychology to students on non-psychology programmes. John Radford critically discusses what is taught and what perhaps should be taught on a psychology degree. Peter Reddy and Elisabeth Moores discuss the entry of mature students onto psychology programmes, and Derek Larkin and James Hartley consider the performance of mature students.





Section 1: The value of psychology in health professional education

Dominic Upton

The value of psychology in health professional education: A health professional's perspective
Ian Mathieson

Teaching psychology to computing students
Jacqui Taylor

Teaching Granny (and Grandpa) to suck eggs: Psychology and the practicing teacher
Penny Upton

Section 2: Psychology in its place

John Radford

Widening Access to Higher Education: An evaluative case study of a foundation year alternative to Access
Peter A. Reddy & Elisabeth Moores

The academic performance of mature and traditional-entry psychology students at Keele University: A replication study
Derek Larkin & James Hartley

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