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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 17 No 1 Spring 2011

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 17 No 1 Spring 2011

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Psychology Teaching Review encourages research on teaching and learning in psychology, to serve as a vehicle for the sharing of good practice, and to improve the teaching of psychology at all levels. It carries articles on any aspects of teaching and learning in psychology, particularly those with a strong theoretical underpinning.




Paul Sander

Self-beliefs and student goal achievement

Caroline J. Wesson & Nicola M. Derrer-Rendall

Experiencing ERASMUS: Reflections on integrating Polish psychology students onto a year of a degree in the UK

Jenny Mercer

Engaging and informing students through group work

Stella Williams

The impact of misunderstanding the nature of statistics

Kai Ruggeri

Teaching and experiencing the misinformation effect: A classroom exercise

John Eric Swenson III & Gregory R. Schneller

Using the ultimatum game to teach economic theories of relationship maintenance to A-level students

Simon Knight

An action research project exploring the psychology curriculum and transitions to employment

Isabella McMurray, Pat Roberts, Ian Robertson & Kevin Teoh

Exploring student engagement through the use of diaries

Derek Larkin & Ian Harrison

Publishing undergraduate and postgraduate student work: Some guidelines and protocols

Mark Griffiths

Recent studies in teaching and learning

James Hartley

Book Reviews


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