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Nordmann, Emily – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Emily Nordmann's primary work has been guidance for how to use lecture recordings effectively for staff and students. This involved a peer-reviewed publication (Nordmann et al., 2020) and a set of infographic guides that have been adopted at institutions internationally. This work also led to the development of a generic course that teaches study…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Instructional Improvement, Open Educational Resources, Learning Strategies
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Laville, Allán – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Nationally, there is limited guidance for practitioners on how to consider a patient's sexual orientation within therapeutic work and previously, no guidance for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs). This is an issue as without appropriate awareness guidance, poor clinical practice will occur. The aim of the sexual diversity project was to…
Descriptors: Psychology, Sexual Orientation, Mental Health, Allied Health Personnel
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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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Owen, Joel – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Practice-Based Learning Days (PBLDs) account for approximately one-third of the total university-lead days on Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP) training courses. In this article, I consider a number of challenges facing teachers of PWPs and describe a recent attempt to respond to these challenges by restructuring the content of our PBLDs…
Descriptors: Well Being, Barriers, Self Determination, Program Content
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Kerkhoff, Denise; Hagemann, Anne – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Statistics and methodology play a crucial role in psychological research, and university psychology courses teach students the theory and application of various statistical methods. However, students who conduct their own research projects oftentimes face problems which are specific to their data and cannot be solved using standard curricular…
Descriptors: Psychological Studies, Statistics, Consultation Programs, Consultants
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Rentzelas, Panagiotis; Harrison, Emily – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
This paper describes the implementation of a new and innovative learning activity created to enhance the learning experience of psychology undergraduate dissertation students. The writing retreat is a student-based learning activity which aims to address students' needs over the final stages of the dissertation module. Involving active-learning,…
Descriptors: Learning Activities, Writing Workshops, Psychology, Undergraduate Students
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Abbott, Keeley; Earnshaw, Deborah – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Drawing on our own experience, we reflect on the documented challenges of undergraduate supervision faced by qualitative researchers, and extend this discussion by further considering the issues raised by supervising projects that engage with critical perspectives. Concerns are identified regarding the dominance of traditional psychological…
Descriptors: Reflection, Supervision, Capstone Experiences, Student Projects
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Serbic, Danijela; Bourne, Victoria – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Embedding employability in higher education is a key Teaching Excellence Framework requirement, and psychology departments across the UK recognise that this is indeed important for students' employability prospects. The Final Year Research Project is the most important independent piece of work that psychology undergraduate students undertake,…
Descriptors: Capstone Experiences, Student Research, Student Projects, Career Readiness
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Elliot, Dely Lazarte – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
With continuing priority given to the development of Higher Education students' employability skills, this paper reflects on the employability framework as well as recommended principles for promoting and embedding employability within and outwith the curriculum. Given existing traditional and innovative approaches for promoting employability…
Descriptors: Employment Qualifications, Job Skills, Psychology, Foreign Countries
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Frith, Hannah – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
The dissertation is a highly valued form of teaching and learning in higher education, yet the practice of undergraduate supervision is understudied and under-theorised. Effective supervision is regarded as essential to student success -- by students and supervisors alike, although training, resources and support for supervisors is limited.…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Research, Research Reports, Supervision
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Korbmacher, Max; Wright, Lynn – Psychology Teaching Review, 2020
Undergraduate dissertation students' cognitive appraisal, coping styles and perceived stress were examined at three time points during their undergraduate dissertation projects (UDP), observing whether cognitive appraisal and coping styles predicted perceived stress and their temporal changes. Sixty-four dissertation students completed the…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Coping, Student Attitudes, Theses
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