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History & Philosophy of Psychology Vol 16 No 1 2015

History & Philosophy of Psychology Vol 16 No 1 2015

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The periodical's remit is the history and philosophy of psychology, and to include papers from all theoretical perspectives, not just currently fashionable ones. This edition is a Special Issue describing Innovative approaches to teaching CHIP.

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Innovative approaches to teaching CHIP: An introduction to the Special Issue
Peter Hegarty, Katherine Hubbard & Lovemore Nyatanga

Teaching conceptual issues through historical understanding
Jonathan Elcock & Dai Jones

Designing a Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology module through Active Learning
Gareth Hall, Antonia Ivaldi & David Tod

Using dialectical debates to enhance innovative teaching of Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology
Lovemore Nyatanga & Chris Howard

How do students learn critical thinking? Challenging the osmosis model
Sebastian E. Bartos & Adrian P. Banks

'Viewing ethics in a new light': Students' reactions to an under-emphasised yet important component of CHIP
Jacqueline Ackhurst & Charlotte Ewell

Doing student projects in Conceptual and Historical Issues: The potential of discourse analysis
Peter Lamont

Sparking the historical imagination: Strategies for teaching Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology
Jacy L. Young, Elissa N. Rodkey & Alexandra Rutherford

 

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