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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 21 No 1 Spring 2015

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 21 No 1 Spring 2015

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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.



Nicky Hayes

Academic papers

Effects of a six-session introductory psychology programme on Year 9 pupils' interest in psychology and approaches to learning
Emma Norris, Tahirah De Aguiar Chaves & Sandra Dunsmuir

The role of resilience, delayed gratification and stress in predicting academic performance
Vivienne Cheng & Jonathan C. Catling

Effective communication between students and lecturers: Improving student-led communication in educational settings
Hannah Lena Merdian & John Kyle Warrior

Teaching emotions in higher education: An emotional rollercoaster
Thomas Rhys Evans & Gail Steptoe-Warren

Teaching Research Methods to encourage the transition from 'reluctant scientist' to psychologist: A longitudinal study
Julia M. Robertson & Barbara E. Kingsley

Helping students to climb the mountain: A study to inform the development of a resource to improve the learning of statistics in psychology
Emma L. Davies, Wakefield L. Morys-Carter & Aspasia E. Paltoglou

Vertical enhancement of second-year psychology research
Wakefield L. Morys-Carter, Aspasia E. Paltoglou & Emma L. Davies

Other contributions

Classic papers in psychology: From theory to practice
James Hartley & Yuh-Shan Ho

Publishing with undergraduates: Some further observations
Professor Mark Griffiths

Recent papers in teaching, learning, writing and assessment
James Hartley

Book Reviews

A brief history of modern psychology
By Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr.
Reviewed by Georgia Cook

Well-being in the workplace
By Arla Day, E. Kevin Kelloway & Joseph J. Hurrell (Eds.)
Reviewed by Sarah Louise Gillespie


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