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Teaching Psychology in Higher Education. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 1209518
  • Book
  • February 2010
  • 324 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This ground-breaking book is the first to address the learning and teaching issues associated with psychology in Higher Education in the UK and Europe
  • Presents effective, evidence-based practice and advice for both experienced and new lecturers
  • Covers challenging areas of psychology teaching, such as research methods and statistics, supervision of research projects and management of online learning
  • Relevant for European Universities aligning with the Bologna Declaration
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Notes on Contributors.

Foreword (Stephen E. Newstead).

Preface (Dominic Upton and Annie Trapp).


1 Individual Differences: Psychology in the European Community (Annie Trapp and Dominic Upton).

2 Those We Serve? Student Issues and Solutions (Caprice Lantz).

3 Myths, Maths and Madness: Misconceptions around Psychology (Peter Reddy and Caprice Lantz).

4 Teaching You to Suck Eggs? Using Psychology to Teach Psychology (Annie Trapp).

5 Bravery and Creativity through the Curriculum (Douglas A. Bernstein and Dominic Upton).

6 Non-Sadistical Methods for Teaching Statistics (Andy P. Field).

7 Where Angels Fear to Tread: The Undergraduate Research Project (Mark Forshaw and Susan Hansen).

8 How Do You Really Know? (Kathy Harrington).

9 Onwards and Upwards: Teaching Postgraduate Students (Jacqui Akhurst).

10 Spreading the Word: Teaching Psychology to Non-Psychologists (Dominic Upton).

11 Psychology: Past, Present and Future (Dominic Upton and Annie Trapp).

Resource Guide.


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Dominic Upton University of Worcester, UK.

Annie Trapp Higher Education Academy Psychology.
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