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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 17 No 2 Autumn 2011

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 17 No 2 Autumn 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.

This edition concentrates on The Internationalism of Psychology




Paul Sander

Psychology in Spain: Its historical and cultural roots, instruction, research and future prospects

Beatriz Montes-Berges, María Aranda & Maria del Rosario Castillo-Mayén

Psychology in India
B. Sushma & G. Padmaja

Indigenisation of psychology in India
Ajit K. Dalal

ERASMUS partners in conversation: Psychology at the University of Wroclaw and University of Wales Institute, Cardiff
Daniel A. Heggs, Jenny M. Mercer & Kasia Durniat

Career aspirations and self-efficacy of European psychology students
Simon Knight & Maris Vainre

Psychology in Mexico
Eleonora Rubio Ruiz

Why do people choose to become psychologists? A narrative inquiry
Ly Huynh & Paul Rhodes

Presentation vs. Performance: Effects of lecturing style in Higher Education on student preference and student learning
Fay Short & Jesse Martin

Are mash-ups the future for on-line learning platforms? Psychology A-level students' judgements about VLE and MUPPLE interfaces
Matt Jarvis, Lizzie Gauntlett & Hayley Collins

Recent studies in teaching and learning
James Hartley

Book Reviews


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