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Hurst, Robert; Carson, Jerome – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
Understanding student motivation is key to unlocking higher student satisfaction and allowing teachers to meet the expectations of their students. Psychology students have their own unique motivations. Using autoethnographic methods, a recent graduate and a professor of psychology come together to recall our own experiences from the classroom.…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Majors (Students), Psychology, Student Motivation
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Austerschmidt, Kim L.; Kerkhoff, Denise; Bebermeier, Sarah; Hagemann, Anne – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
Statistics courses are challenging for many psychology students. We designed a 'Painting and Puzzles Exercise Book for Statistics' for first year psychology undergraduates, to repeat and deepen the course content and get prepared for the exam. We describe the development and characteristics of the book and report a longitudinal evaluation study.…
Descriptors: Instructional Material Evaluation, Statistics Education, Psychology, College Freshmen
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Talbot, Catherine; Pownall, Madeleine – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
Research demonstrates the pedagogical value in stressing the 'real world' applicability of subject-specific content in a psychology programme. The move to online teaching prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic has given way to more creative uses of technology to enhance the student experience. In this paper, we demonstrate the value in applied…
Descriptors: Social Psychology, Interpersonal Relationship, Online Courses, Distance Education
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Kim, Paul Youngbin – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
It is challenging to teach about racism well. One of the reasons for this difficulty is that the topic of racism is sometimes met with resistance from students. Therefore, it is important for psychology instructors to continue to identify and practice effective ways to teach about racism. I contend that the study abroad experience is a valuable…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, White Students, Racial Discrimination, Study Abroad
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Kantaris, Xenya – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
Public health emergencies such as the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) are stressful times. Everybody is strained in some way during this testing time thus no-one would deny students of their right to worry over their academic ambitions. University students need to be resilient, but can their research efforts withstand this strain? What will it…
Descriptors: College Students, Stress Variables, Resilience (Psychology), COVID-19
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Eman, Saima – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
During the COVID-19 pandemic, students, and teachers of the developing countries had to shift from the face-to-face traditional classroom to an e-learning environment, which elicited various reactions to teaching and learning. I conducted this research to understand how students perceived online learning and to share my reflexive experiences about…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Harris, Richard; Blundell-Birtill, Pam; Sutherland, Ed; Pownall, Madeleine – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shape and disrupt teaching provision in Higher Education, educators have responded with a swift pivot to online teaching for the 2020-2021 academic year. The debate surrounding the pedagogic utility of pre-recorded 'asynchronous' versus live 'synchronous' lecture modality continues to grow among teachers of…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Undergraduate Students, Electronic Learning, Lecture Method
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Pownall, Madeleine; Blundell-Birtill, Pam; Coats, Rachel O.; Harris, Richard – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
In the UK, psychology degrees are designed to equip students with skills such as critical thinking, research methods, and analytical debate. Many of the key skills and subject-specific content that is taught in the first year of a psychology programme is also introduced in A-level and AS-level study of psychology. Therefore, one would expect…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Course Selection (Students), Predictor Variables, Educational Attainment
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Harris, Richard; Pownall, Madeleine; Thompson, Chloe; Newell, Samantha J.; Blundell-Birtill, Pam – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
Psychological literacy is a concept in psychology learning and teaching in Higher Education (HE) that considers how psychology students can intentionally apply psychological knowledge to personal, professional and societal goals. However, despite its prevalence among psychology Higher Education scholars and developers, it is unclear whether…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Psychological Patterns, Psychology
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Muse, Kate; Scurlock-Evans, Laura; Scott, Helen – Psychology Teaching Review, 2021
Research methods and statistics are cornerstones of undergraduate psychology degrees. However, many students find the subject uninteresting and anxiety provoking, while educators find it challenging to teach. This multi-method action research project explored how e-learning activities within a blended learning context affected students' experience…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Electronic Learning, Undergraduate Students, Statistics Education
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Lancaster, Gary; Bayless, Sarah; Punia, Ricky – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
We explored whether the academic grade a student sees influences how positively or negatively they interpret written assessment feedback. Specifically, an experimental design was used where N = 94 psychology students each read an identical passage of neutrally worded feedback. Depending upon which of three experimental conditions they had been…
Descriptors: Grades (Scholastic), Student Attitudes, Feedback (Response), Psychology
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Orme, Elizabeth; Rossiter, Natasha; Rowe, Melanie; Thomas, Lisa – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
A tutorial-based flipped classroom approach was implemented to support small group teaching in very large cohorts (350+). The key aim was to provide individualised support for students in research methods, whilst promoting flexibility and inclusivity through a blended delivery model. Benefits included improved student experience and performance,…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Large Group Instruction, Technology Uses in Education, Flipped Classroom
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Peel-Wainwright, Kelly-Marie; Poliakoff, Ellen; Smeaton, Emily; Penuela-O'Brien, Estefania; Marsden, Hannah; Chudasama, Jayesha; Danquah, Adam – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Undergraduate student mental health and wellbeing is becoming an increasingly important topic. In particular, students from backgrounds that have been traditionally underrepresented in higher education may have increased difficulties during the transition to university. Therefore, 'Mind Your Mind', a pilot, three-part programme of workshops…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Clinical Psychology, Undergraduate Students, Student Adjustment
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Counsell, Alyssa; Cribbie, Robert A. – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Statistics play an important role in psychology, but statistics modules are notoriously unpopular amongst psychology students. We examined attitudes toward statistics and attitudes toward the statistical software package R in both undergraduate and postgraduate students across the duration of a statistics module. Participants' responses were…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Statistics, Psychology
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Kim, Paul Youngbin – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
The blend of traditional and contemporary culture in South Korea offers study abroad students a valuable setting to learn about psychological constructs. Despite South Korea's potential as a study abroad destination, the body of literature on teaching psychology abroad in the country remains undeveloped. An immersion experience can be a valuable…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Asian Culture, Cultural Awareness, Psychological Patterns
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