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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.
Students' decision-making about A level Psychology
Jessica Bowyer & Prerna Carroll
Identifying predictors of resilience in students
T. Edwards, J.C. Catling & E. Parry
The impact of Student Response Systems on the learning experience of undergraduate psychology students
Elaine Walklet, Sarah Davis, Daniel Farrelly & Kate Muse
A successful test of parallel replication teams in teaching research methods
Lionel G. Standing, Lisa Astrologo, Felicia F. Benbow, Chelsea S. Cyr-Gauthier & Charlotte A. Williams
Maths anxiety in psychology undergraduates: A mixed-methods approach to formulating and implementing interventions
Ross Thompson, Judith Wylie & Donncha Hanna
Quantitative methods intervention: What do the students want?
Lianne Frankland & Jacqui Harrison
Recent papers on teaching, learning, writing and assessment
Persuasion: Theory and Research (3rd ed.)
By Daniel J. O'Keefe.
Reviewed by Sarah Howcett
Psychology for Teachers
By Scott Buckler & Paul Castle
Reviewed by Jo Hale