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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 26 No 1 2020

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Quick Overview

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: Developing pedagogical practice in undergraduate dissertations and supervision
Hannah Frith & Emily Harrison

Practice exchange

Undergraduate supervision, teaching dilemmas and dilemmatic spaces
Hannah Frith

Applying a collective academic supervision model to the undergraduate dissertation
Jocelyn B. Dautel

Qualitative enlightenment following a journey to the dark side: Reflections on supervising a qualitative dissertation
Hilary McDermott, Abigail Liasi & Roger Newport

Double the challenge: Reflections on supervising qualitative and critical dissertation projects
Keeley Abbott & Deborah Earnshaw

Beyond the comfort zone: A guide to supervising qualitative undergraduate psychology dissertations for quantitative researchers
Leanne Freeman, Joanna Brooks, Colm Crowley, Clare Elmi-Glennan, Alasdair Gordon-Finlayson, Hilary McDermott & Sarah Seymour-Smith

What can we learn from exploring cognitive appraisal, coping styles and perceived stress in UK undergraduate dissertation students?
Max Korbmacher & Lynn Wright

How to make a 'promising' start to your dissertation: Development of a process mapping approach
Andrew J. Holliman, Patrick Rosenkranz & Tim Jones

Pre-registration in the undergraduate dissertation: A critical discussion
Madeleine Pownall

 

Creating a learning activity in the form of a writing retreat for psychology undergraduate dissertation students
Panagiotis Rentzelas & Emily Harrison

A waste of science? The case for depositing undergraduate psychology dissertation research in institutional repositories
Jamie S. Churchyard

 

Final year research project as a tool for maximising students' employability prospects
Danijela Serbic & Victoria Bourne

Publishing with dissertation students: A covert strategy for developing psychology students' employability skills?
Dely Lazarte Elliot

 

Book reviews

Thinking Critically about Research: A Step-by-Step Approach
By Jane Ogden
Reviewed by Helena Paterson

The Psychology Research Companion: From student project to working life
By Jessica S. Horst
Reviewed by Stacey Leigh Coleman

Thesis and Dissertation Writing in a Second Language: A Handbook for Supervisors
By Brian Paltridge & Sue Starfield
Reviewed by Timothy Eschle

 

 

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