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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 21 No 2 Autumn 2015

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 21 No 2 Autumn 2015

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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. This edition is a Special Issue focusing on Psychological Literacy.

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Contents

Editorial
Nicky Hayes

Academic papers

Psychological literacy and The Emperor's new clothes
Stephen E. Newstead

Psychological literacy: A multifaceted perspective
Julie Hulme, Rebecca Skinner, Francesca Worsnop, Elizabeth Collins, Philip Banyard, Helen J. Kitching, Roger Watt & Simon Goodson

Introducing a compendium of psychological literacy case studies: Reflections on psychological literacy in practice
Jacqui Taylor & Julie Hulme

Making a difference with psychology: Reporting on a module to develop psychological literacy in final year undergraduates
Alexandra Kent & Yvonne Skipper

Using oral exams to assess psychological literacy: The final year research project interview
Mark Turner & Marina Davila-Ross

An evaluation of an intervention to change first-year psychology students' theory of intelligence
Yvonne Skipper

Embedding information literacy skills in the psychology curriculum: Supporting students in their transition to independent researchers
Jason Bohan, Niamh Friel & Larissa Szymanek

Stress, eustress and the National Student Survey
Chris Gibbons

Giving psychology away: How George Miller's vision is being realised by psychological literacy
Phil Banyard & Julie Hulme

Other contributions

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

Book Reviews

Introduction
Nikki Newhouse

The Practical Researcher: A Student Guide to Conducting Psychological Research
By Dana S. Dunn
Reviewed by Anna Smith

Oxford Revision Guides: AS & A Level Psychology through Diagrams
By Grahame Hill
Reviewed by Sarah Howcutt

 

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