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Benjamin L. Lloyd-Lewis; Dan J. Miller; Amanda E. Krause – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2024
Although research literacy is necessary for the competent delivery of psychological services, many psychology students hold negative attitudes toward research subjects. The current study explored undergraduate students' perceptions of research subjects relative to nonresearch subjects. A sample of 249 Australian (45.4%) and Singaporean (54.6%)…
Descriptors: Student Interests, Psychology, Majors (Students), Student Attitudes
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Azaan Vhora; Ryan L. Davies; Kylie Rice – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2024
Background: Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) are a simulation-based assessment tool used extensively in medical education for evaluating clinical competence. OSCEs are widely regarded as more valid, reliable, and valuable compared to traditional assessment measures, and are now emerging within professional psychology training…
Descriptors: Psychology, Higher Education, Psychometrics, Objective Tests
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Virginia Clinton-Lisell; Alison E. Kelly – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2024
In recent years, renewable assignments, or student creations that have value outside of a course, have received considerable attention. However, there is little theoretically grounded inquiry into students' motivation for renewable assignments such as scientific memes. Moreover, it is unknown how public sharing of renewable assignments affects…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Science Education, Teaching Methods
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Kit W. Cho – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2024
The present study explored the accuracy of participants' (N = 317) metacognitive awareness (self-reported difficulty and confidence) of psychology concepts and the moderating effects of their psychology background (academic major, number of psychology courses completed, and overall psychology course grades). Participants first rated the difficulty…
Descriptors: College Students, Psychology, Concept Formation, Metacognition
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Ioulia Papageorgi; Nicola Falzon; Lenka Sokolova; Iva Stuchlikova; Sergio Salvatore; Morag Williamson; Juliet Foster; Nina Pavlin-Bernardic; Mirjana Beara; Helen Bakker; Stephan Dutke – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2024
Results from a survey conducted by the European Federation of Psychologists' Associations Board of Educational Affairs are reported. A total of 227 psychology graduates from across Europe responded to an online survey. Participants were presented with a set of psychology subject-specific competencies and a set of general competencies and asked to…
Descriptors: Bachelors Degrees, Psychology, College Graduates, Attitudes
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Glaser, Julia; Richter, Tobias – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
The benefits of practice testing for long-term learning are well established in many contexts. However, little is known about learner characteristics that might moderate its effectiveness. The effects of practice tests might depend on individual prerequisites for learning, especially in real-world educational settings. We explored whether the…
Descriptors: Lecture Method, Testing, College Students, Testing Programs
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Gurung, Regan A. R.; Byers, Stephanie; Grapentine, Jor; Stone, Arianna – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
While colleges and universities grapple with delivering instruction face-to-face during the pandemic, there is still a lot to learn from remote teaching experiences. The present study aimed to predict self-reported learning during the first year of the pandemic. Building on previous scholarship on the topic, we focus on the moderating effects of…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Self Efficacy, Coping
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Ruiz-Olivares, Rosario; Mesa, Marién – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
The aims of this study were to compare the use of Review Questions (RQs) and RQs + Response Cards (RCs) in a Spanish university context; to observe which procedure most increases Active Student Responses (ASRs), to verify whether the use of these procedures improves the accuracy of students' exam answers and, to observe whether unscheduled ASR…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Responses, Student Evaluation, Tests
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Udvardi-Lakos, Nina; Weirich, Marlene; Lützenburger, Kim; Asbrand, Julia; Renkl, Alexander – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
In psychology programs, students should acquire both domain-specific knowledge and cross-domain competences important for later practice (e.g., multiple document literacy). Typically, such competences are trained "directly" in courses explicitly devoted to them or indirectly in courses on psychological topics that require them without…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, Counselor Training, Competency Based Education, Teaching Methods
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Cena, Elida; Toner, Paul; McParland, Aideen; Burns, Stephanie; Dudgeon, Katrin – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
Background: The challenges presented by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in higher education pressured learners and instructors to incorporate online emergent learning which presented several well-being and academic challenges to students. Objective: The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of studying online to students' well-being.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Psychology, COVID-19
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Bartels, Jared M. – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
There have been dozens of papers published on the misrepresentation of psychological studies and theories (e.g., omitting criticisms) presented in introductory textbooks. Authors of these papers have offered numerous explanations for the errors including limited space for covering criticisms and the desire among textbook authors to…
Descriptors: Beliefs, Ideology, Information Dissemination, Introductory Courses
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Wagge, Jordan R.; Hurst, Michelle A.; Brandt, Mark J.; Lazarevic, Ljiljana B.; Legate, Nicole; Grahe, Jon E. – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
Psychology majors typically conduct at least one research project during their undergraduate studies, yet these projects rarely make a scientific contribution beyond the classroom. In this study, we explored one potential reason for this--that student projects may not be aligned with best practices in the field. In other words, we wondered if…
Descriptors: Student Research, Student Projects, Psychology, College Faculty
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Pfost, Maximilian; Kuntner, Peter; Goppert, Simone A.; Hübner, Vanessa – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
Studying at university places high demands on the control and regulation of one's own learning behavior. In order to support students' learning, we developed and used a webtool containing elements such as regular performance testing as well as feedback on test performance and self-evaluations. In this report, we first introduce core elements of…
Descriptors: Expectation, Independent Study, Student Characteristics, Web Sites
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Greisel, Martin; Wekerle, Christina; Wilkes, Theresa; Stark, Robin; Kollar, Ingo – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
Using the theory of planned behavior, we investigated whether attitudes, subjective norms, and self-efficacy facilitate pre-service teachers' engagement in evidence-informed reasoning about classroom problems. N = 157 pre-service teachers were asked about these motivationally relevant antecedents to engaging in evidence-informed reasoning about…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Norms, Self Efficacy
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Graham, Kirsten L.; Moye, Jennifer – Psychology Learning and Teaching, 2023
The population of older adults is growing rapidly and there will be an increased need for psychological services for this population. Current estimates indicate a significant workforce gap such that all psychologists, regardless of specialty area, will likely be called upon to work with older adults. Education and experience in the care of older…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Psychology, Older Adults, Aging (Individuals)
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