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Gado, Sabrina; Kempen, Regina; Lingelbach, Katharina; Bipp, Tanja – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
Psychologists with their expertise in statistics and regarding human perception and behavior can contribute valuable insights to the development of innovative and useful artificial intelligence (AI) systems. Therefore, we need to raise attention and curiosity for AI and foster the willingness to engage with it among psychology students. This…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Psychology, Student Attitudes, Value Judgment
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Sokolová, Lenka; Papageorgi, Ioulia; Dutke, Stephan; Stuchlíková, Iva; Williamson, Morag; Bakker, Helen – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
COVID-19 pandemic has affected many areas of our lives including education. In the time of designing this study most schools, colleges, and universities across Europe were closed and psychology educators were expected to change their teaching methods rather quickly. This study investigates how they coped with this situation, which technology and…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology
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Bebermeier, Sarah; Austerschmidt, Kim L.; Nussbeck, Fridtjof W. – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
Understanding characteristics that contribute to psychology students' academic success is important to better support them during their studies. Referring to person-environment fit theory, we examined effects of study-relevant characteristics (self-efficacy beliefs, self-assessed level of information about the study program) on subjective criteria…
Descriptors: Psychology, Student Satisfaction, Self Efficacy, Beliefs
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Hakelind, Camilla; Steinvall, Anders; Deutschmann, Mats – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
This qualitative study introduces a pedagogic design which addresses the challenging task of teaching and learning self-awareness and critical reflection in the teaching of psychology. The context of the study was a course in personality psychology for first year students, and the topic of interest was how the perception of personality is affected…
Descriptors: Psychology, Teaching Methods, Personality Traits, Sex Stereotypes
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Pownall, Madeleine; Harris, Richard; Blundell-Birtill, Pam – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
As coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) continues to disrupt pretertiary education provision and examinations in the United Kingdom, urgent consideration must be given to how best to support the 2021-2022 cohort of incoming undergraduate students to higher education. In this paper, we draw upon the "Five Sense of Student Success" model…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students
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Bartels, Jared M.; Schoenrade, Patricia – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
The Implicit Association Test (IAT) has been widely discussed as a potential measure of "implicit bias." Yet the IAT is controversial; research suggests that it is far from clear precisely what the instrument measures, and it does not appear to be a strong predictor of behavior. The presentation of this topic in Introductory Psychology…
Descriptors: Psychology, Textbooks, Attitude Measures, Bias
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Urizar, Guido G., Jr.; Miller, Karissa – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
The number of health psychology courses offered in higher education institutions has dramatically increased over the past 30 years. Health psychology courses provide students a unique opportunity to learn about important public health issues and health disparities affecting our society from a biopsychosocial perspective. Prior research indicates…
Descriptors: Curriculum Implementation, Interdisciplinary Approach, Health Education, Active Learning
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Argyriou, Paraskevi; Benamar, Kenza; Nikolajeva, Milena – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
The present study investigated whether student engagement with different online blended learning activities predicts academic performance as measured via a multiple-choice online exam for an undergraduate cognitive psychology course. Higher completion rates of weekly online quizzes predicted final exam performance. Findings are discussed in…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Learner Engagement, Academic Achievement, Learning Activities
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Barenberg, Jonathan; Dutke, Stephan – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
This study investigated the effects of retrieval practice on the cognitive and metacognitive learning outcome in a psychology lecture at university. In a within-subjects design, N = 180 students completed an intermediate knowledge test in the 9th session and a final test in the 13th session of the semester. Both tests assessed students'…
Descriptors: Psychology, Lecture Method, Research Design, Selection
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Sarafoglou, Alexandra; van der Heijden, Anna; Draws, Tim; Cornelisse, Joran; Wagenmakers, Eric-Jan; Marsman, Maarten – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
Current developments in the statistics community suggest that modern statistics education should be structured holistically, that is, by allowing students to work with real data and to answer concrete statistical questions, but also by educating them about alternative frameworks, such as Bayesian inference. In this article, we describe how we…
Descriptors: Bayesian Statistics, Thinking Skills, Undergraduate Students, Psychology
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Glatz, Terese; Bergbom, Sofia; Edlund, Sara – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2022
In a clinical psychology training context, there is a need to examine students' theoretical knowledge as well as their professional competence. One promising method to assess students' professional competence is the Objective and Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). In this report, we describe and discuss the implementation of OSCE on a…
Descriptors: Simulation, Teaching Methods, Clinical Psychology, Competence
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Kuepper-Tetzel, Carolina E.; Gardner, Paul L. – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2021
Although feedback engagement is important for learning, students often do not engage with provided feedback to inform future assignments. One factor for low feedback uptake is the easy access to grades. Thus, systematically delaying the grade release in favor of providing feedback first--"temporary mark withholding"--may increase…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Learning Processes, Grades (Scholastic), Educational Strategies
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van der Beek, Sophie; Bellhäuser, Henrik; Hertel, Silke – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2021
In preparation for graduating from high school, students face the challenge of having to learn the subject matter of several school years with little guidance. The ability to self-regulate learning is conducive to this. Research has shown that students' self-regulated learning can be successfully promoted through training. However, when such…
Descriptors: High School Students, Self Management, Training, Intervention
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Benick, Manuela; Dörrenbächer-Ulrich, Laura; Weißenfels, Marie; Perels, Franziska – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2021
Teachers play a key role in the development of self-regulated learning (SRL), especially in primary education. However, current results indicate that teachers are either inadequately or only moderately fulfilling this key function, as they spend little time in the instruction of SRL strategies. The objective of the current study was, therefore, to…
Descriptors: Self Management, Elementary School Students, Elementary School Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education
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Bürgermeister, Anika; Glogger-Frey, Inga; Saalbach, Henrik – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2021
The study focused on supporting the distinct processes of assessment and providing feedback within a peer feedback setting in teacher education and investigates the effects on student teachers' self-efficacy and feedback quality in a quasi-experiment. Student teachers (n = 129) were asked to repeatedly provide peer feedback on learning strategies…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Peer Evaluation, Student Teachers, Learning Strategies
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