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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 23 No 2 2017

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 23 No 2 2017

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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

Exploring reticence in research methods: The experience of studying psychological research methods in higher education
Barbara E. Kingsley & Julia M. Robertson

Argument complexity: Teaching undergraduates to make better arguments
Matthew A. Kelly & Robert L. West

Effectiveness of LifeRAFT undergraduate helping skills training model
Elizabeth L. Campbell, Kenzie Davidson & Spencer M. Davidson

The psychologist's troubled background: Major related life experiences of psychology and law students
Janina Werz & Vanessa L. Buechner

Practice exchange

Developing the next generation of responsible professionals: Wisdom and ethics trump knowledge and IQ
Robert J. Sternberg

Enhancing feedback and feed-forward via integrated virtual learning environment based evaluation and support
P. Penn & I. Wells

What are the benefits of teaching as a postgraduate psychology student?
Gareth Richards

Teaching qualitative research: A successful pilot of an innovative approach
Adam N. Danquah

An exploratory study into the use of Psychology Participant Panels in psychology departments in the United Kingdom
Nick Perham, Helen Hodgetts, Lalage D. Sanders & Daniel Heggs

Other contributions

Making research methods and statistics fun and accessible! Teaching A-level students about validity, reliability and statistics
Victoria Bourne

Highlights of BPS workshop at ATP annual conference 2016: Pre-tertiary and higher education research collaboration
Kevin Wilson-Smith

Symposium on psychological wellbeing of students: A brief summary
Lisa Matthewman


Recent papers of interest to teachers of psychology
Papers selected and reviewed by Matt Jarvis

Book reviews

An introduction to systematic reviews
By David Gough, Sandy Oliver & James Thomas
Reviewed by Megan R. Bean

Parapsychology, the science of unusual experience
By David Groome & Ron Roberts
Reviewed by Vanessa Dias

Practical research with children
By Jess Prior & Jo Van Herwegen
Reviewed by Tamsyn Hawken


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