Psychology Teaching Review Vol 16 No 1 2010

Psychology Teaching Review Vol 16 No 1 2010
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Item # MZCAT-610
ISBN 0965-948X

Summary 

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 & Paul Sander

Introduction to Special Issue on Widening Participation in Psychology: A reflection on current research and practice
Jacqui Taylor & Annie Trapp

'Product placement' to widening participation in psychology: The case for culture
Patrick L. Hylton

Mental health issues and higher education psychology teaching
Naomi Craig

Exploring the processes of self-development encountered by adult returners to higher education: A lifespan psychology perspective
Jenny Mercer

Widening participation without widening attainment: The case of ethnic minority students
John T.E. Richardson

An exploration of identity, motivations and concerns of non-traditional students at different stages of higher education
Jacqui Taylor & Becky House

Reflections on supporting a visually impaired student complete a biological psychology module
Lucy R. Betts & Amanda Cross

Our teachers and what we have learnt from them
Paul Sander & Stella Williamson

The contribution of the Open University to widening participation in psychology education
Troy Cooper

Widening participation in psychology education: Student perspectives through analysis of interviews on how an interest in psychology may be met for as many as possible
Liz Winter

Writing a structured abstract for the thesis
James Hartley

Recent studies in teaching and learning: Abstracts selected and edited by James Hartley

British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2010 - Education Theme, DTRP Symposium Abstracts


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