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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 25 No 2 2019

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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.

Contents

Editorial
Dr. Rebecca Jayne Stack

Academic papers

Improving exam performance in an undergraduate statistics course for at-risk students through peer tutoring
Milushka Elbulok-Charcape, Evan Grandoit, Lorin Berman, Joshua Fogel, Lauren Fink & Laura Rabin

Psychology internship as partnership: Four perspectives
Benita Stiles-Smith, Nadine Isler, Barbara Kennedy & Jenni Beckett

Use and impact of the open source online editor Etherpad in a psychology students' statistics class
Sarah Bebermeier & Denise Kerkhoff

Practice exchange

Teaching scientific thinking using recent archival revelations about the Stanford Prison Experiment
Richard A. Griggs & Jared M. Bartels

On the other side: Learning about being a service user or carer during simulation training on a clinical psychology doctorate programme
Pieter W. Nel & Lizette Nolte

Writing to reduce anxiety and improve outcomes in introduction to statistics for psychology majors
Yosefa Modiano & Marianna Bonanome

Teaching reproducible research: Brief report on a DART-P workshop
Mark Gardner

Abstracts

DARTP Second Annual Conference
Kate Jury

 

DARTP conference combined abstracts and symposium

DARTP Bursary Winners

Developing creative thinking skills in adolescents through play-based pedagogic planning principles
Bridget Mawtus, Sara Rodriguez-Cuadrado, Karen M. Ludke & Roderick I. Nicolson

Back to the chalkboard: Lessons in scaffolding using SOLO taxonomy from school teachers for university educators
Eva A. Sprecher

 

HEPTOTY Award Winners

University-school mentoring to support transition into and out of higher education
Alana I. James

Traditional versus interactive teaching: Out with the old, in with the new?
Paula J. Miles

Higher education psychology teacher of the year: Finalist case study 2019
Yvonne Skipper

Book reviews

Behavior Modification: What it is and how to do it
By Garry Martin & Joseph Pear
Reviewed by Chrissie Fitch

Lifespan Developmental Systems: Meta-Theory, Methodology and the Study of Applied Problems
By Ellen A. Skinner, Thomas A. Kindermann & Andrew J. Mashburn
Reviewed by Holly Martin-Smith

Primer on Learning and Conditioning: A Quantitative Approach
By Federico Sanabria
Reviewed by Cristina Santos & Renata Cambraia

Doing Qualitative Research in Psychology: A Practical Guide
By Cath Sullivan & Michael A. Forrester
Reviewed by Julie Hulme Cambraia

 

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