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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 15 No 1 2009

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 15 No 1 2009

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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.


 

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Contents

Editorial
Paul Sander

Section 1

Rogue males? Approaches to study and academic performance of male psychology students
Lalage Sanders, Paul Sander & Jenny Mercer

Predicting examination performance using an expanded integrated hierarchical model of test emotions and achievement goals
Dave Putwain & Carolyn Deveney

Current developments in measuring academic behavioural confidence
Paul Sander

The effects of birth order on personality traits and feelings of academic sibling rivalry
Julia Badger & Peter Reddy

Psychology in its place: Personal reflections on the state we're in
Gregory J.S. Hollin & Clive R. Hollin

Section 2

Engaging students: Promoting mutual support and exploration
Stella Williamson & Di Haigney

Starter for 10 or playing at psychology?
Lesley Ravenscroft

My lecturers and what I learned from them
John Radford

Section 3

Recent Studies in teaching and learning
Abstracts selected and edited by James Hartley

Section 4

Book Reviews

 

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