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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 20 No 1 Spring 2014

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 20 No 1 Spring 2014

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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
Jacqui Taylor

Postgraduate researcher contributions

Sinking or swimming in the deep end? Developing professional academic identities as doctoral students chairing large classes
Hannah Bereznicki, Wendy Sutherland-Smith & Sharon Horwood

'Some students really want to know obscure facts about chi-square but others will pass out in terror if you mention it': Psychology postgraduates' experiences of teaching research methods
Emma L. Davies & Emma J. Jackson

Reflecting on the postgraduate experience: Teaching research methods and statistics
Review of the DART-P sponsored workshop at PsyPAG 2013
Emma. J. Jackson & Emma. L. Davies

Other articles

Teaching of psychology in countries with advanced versus developing economies
Martin Pinquart & Allan B.I. Bernardo

Innovation in psychology teaching in Europe: A scoping survey of European Union universities use of technology, aims and status of teaching, drivers of change, and a thematic review of recent publications
Peter Reddy, Jennifer Hammond, Anna Lewandowska, Annie Trapp & J. Frederico Marques

Holy psychopathology Batman: The pedagogical use of comic books in the teaching of abnormal psychology
Reece O. Rahman & Robert J. Zeglin

Picture It! The use of visual methods in psychology teaching
Sal Watt & Caroline Wakefield

'I cannot mess this up anymore': The experiences of undergraduates who withdraw and start again elsewhere.
Lisa Withey, Claire L. Fox & James Hartley

Four activities to promote student engagement with referencing skills
Gareth J. Williams, Anne Emerson, Rebecca, F. Larkin & Christine Norman

Using replication projects in teaching research methods
Lionel G. Standing, Manuel Grenier, Erica A. Lane, Meigan S. Roberts & Sarah J. Sykes

Features

Recent papers on teaching, learning, writing and assessment
James Hartley

 

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