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The Psychology of Education Review Vol 44 No 2 Autumn 2020

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Contents

Editorial
Katy Smart

Conference papers

Maternal and teacher attachment as predictors of student engagement
Jane Humphreys

No strings attached: Using 2D paper dolls and 3D toy puppets to promote young children’s positive responses towards immigrants
Siân E. Jones, Laura Dalnoki, Alicia Kaliff, William Muir, Kiia Uusitalo & Clare Uytman

The cyberbullying of schoolteachers by pupils: The perceptions of university students of education at a Brazilian
Chris Kyriacou & Antônio Zuin

Will using Facebook affect empathy and replace social support in university students?
Janet Law Wai Wa

The influence of gender and culture on bystander behaviour: What we can learn from the case of Mexico
Maria Lopez Romero

Exploratory study of the inclusion of ‘future-selves’ as part of transition preparation in to and out of further education for young people with learning difficulties
Melissa Parry

The support process for high school students’ employment: Act-cognition interaction model
Hiroshi Takeshita & Tetsuhiro Ohtani

How do teachers communicate to students about forthcoming GCSE exams? An observational study
Hannah M. Wilkinson, David W. Putwain & Andrea Mallaburn

Conference papers: Research in progress

Embedding compassionate micro skills of communication in higher education: Implementation with psychology undergraduates
Caroline Harvey, Frances Maratos, Jane Montague, Maggie Gale, Theo Gilbert & Karen Clark

Exploring the international utility of progressing compassionate mind training in school settings: A comparison of implementation effectiveness of the same curricula in the UK and Portugal
Frances A. Maratos, Marcela Matos, Isabel Albuquerque, Wendy Wood, Lara Palmeira, Marina Cunha, Margarida P. Lima & Paul Gilbert

Conference papers: Student papers

A cross-sectional analysis of mental toughness and related constructs across key stages 2, 3 and 4
Dylan Gibson

Empathy in teaching staff across educational settings
Amy Philips

Teaching roots and affixes potentially improves reading comprehension with primary students
Kathryn Ownby

Student paper

Exploring the experience of mainstream education: Perspectives from pupils in alternative provision schooling with social, emotional or mental health difficulties
Danielle Facey, Andrew Holliman, Daniel Waldeck & Kevin Wilson-Smith

 

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