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The Higher Education Psychology Network existed from 2004 to 2011 to promote excellence in the learning, teaching and assessment of Psychology in UK HE
Recent publications and conference presentations by Psychology Network staff.
A total of 8 staff publications have been found.
Lantz, C. L (2010) - Those we serve? Student issues and solutions.. Upton, D. & Trapp, A. (Editors). Teaching Psychology in Higher Education. Blackwell-Wiley.
Trapp, A. L. (2010) - Teaching grandma to suck eggs- using psychology to teach psychology. Teaching Psychology in Higher Education. In Upton, D. & Trapp, A. (Editors). Teaching Psychology in Higher Education. Blackwell-Wiley..
Trapp, A. L. (2010) - Individual differences: psychology in the European Community. Teaching Psychology in Higher Education. In Upton, D. & Trapp, A. (Editors). Teaching Psychology in Higher Education. Blackwell-Wiley.
Plant, Richard R. & Turner, Garry (2009) - Millisecond precision psychological research in a world of commodity computers: New hardware, new problems?. Behavior Research Methods, 41, 598-614..
Trapp, A. L (2009) - Internet Psychologist: web-based tutorial. Available at www.intute.ac.uk.
Trapp, A. L. (2009) - Teaching psychology in Europe: portability of degrees. In McCarthy, S., Karandashev, V., Stevens, M. Thatcher, A., Jaafar, J., Moore, K., Trapp, A. & Brewer, C. (Eds). Teaching Psychology around the World. Volume 2. Cambridge Scholars Publishing..
Hammond, N & Trapp, A. (2008) - Study skills in Psychology. Study skills in Psychology.In G Davey (ed.), Complete Psychology, Second Edition, Hodder & Stoughton: London..
Trapp, A. L. (2008) - It is not what we teach but the way that we teach it.. Psychology Teaching Review, Vol 14 (2), p55-58.
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|One of 24 discipline-based centres within the Higher Education Academy, the Psychology Network supported the teaching and learning of psychology across the UK between 2004 and 2011. A core team, based at the University of York, worked with students, staff, departments, professional bodies and overseas organisations to develop supportive networks and to improve the learning experience of psychology students in Higher Education.|
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