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Psychology Teaching Review Vol 24 No 1 2018

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 24 No 1 2018

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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
Lisa Matthewman

Academic papers

Wellbeing, policy and practice among further education teachers
Walifa Rasheed-Karim

Mental health and wellbeing in a
pre-tertiary setting

Helen J. Kitching

Evaluating and measuring how new technologies and ubiquitous connectivity affect university students' psychosocial wellbeing
J. Taylor, M. Salvagno, R. Morris, M. Hutchings & M. Bobeva

Exploring statistics anxiety: Contrasting mathematical, academic performance
and trait psychological predictors

Victoria J. Bourne

Predictors of student resilience in
higher education

A. Robbins, E. Kaye & J.C. Catling

Practice exchange

Implications of the coverage of the dsm-5 in textbooks on learning and teaching of psychology within higher education
Sara Bender, Amanda Stokes & Shawn Gaspaire

Credibility in mindfulness training for young people
Harriet Ennis

How the post-secondary classroom can benefit from positive psychology principles
Lynne N. Kennette & Beverley Myatt

Primed, prepped and primped: Reflections on enhancing student wellbeing in tertiary education
Lisa Matthewman, Donna Jodhan-Gall, Jenni Nowlan, Nuala O'Sullivan & Zorica Patel

Supporting the mental health of university students: The views and experiences of an academic
Xenya Kantaris

Expectations of the university to post-graduation transition of students with mental health conditions
Rebecca Lucas, Eilidh Cage & Alana I. James

Identifying a topic for a psychology dissertation: A process map for students
Andrew J. Holliman & Tim Jones

Abstracts

Recent papers of interest to teachers
of psychology

Matt Jarvis

Book reviews

CBT for Beginners
By Jane Simmons & Rachel Griffith
Reviewed by Megan R. Bean

Memory and Miscarriages of Justice
By Mark L. Howe, Lauren M. Knott & Martin A. Conway
Reviewed by Brandon May

 

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