Publications

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DCP Equality and diversity statement

Introduction

Aim of this document

  • Purpose and function of supervision

Standards and recommendations for good practice...

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Newsletter of the South West of England Branch.

 

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HIV/AIDS: Carers, clinicians and the epidemic of reaction
Nicholas M. Priestley

Are you worried about the 'worried well'?
Nigel A. Sage...

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Introduction to the Lecture To be invited to be the Vernon.Wall Lecturer is to be in receipt of the highest honour that the Education Section can bestow on a fellow psychologist. Each year a distinguished psychologist...

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The 'Triangle' model of reading of Plaut and colleagues (Plaut, McClelland, Seidenberg & Patterson, 1996) is used a framework for considering individual differences in children's reading development. In the early...

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In the last 50 years or so, the relationship between psychological theory and educational practice has changed from an hierarchical to a metaphoric one. In the 50s and 60s, psychologists dreamt of creating all-...

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Regulars

Editorial
Stephen Weatherhead

Correspondence

Ethics Column - Boundaries of personal and professional ethics...

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The newsletter of the Society's North East Branch. This issue concentrates on the Annual Conference 2013 at Harrogate.

 

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue is a DECP Annual CPD Conference special: Growing Psychology in Fertile Land:...

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Significance of self-concept

The Shavelson et al. and Marsh/Shavelson theoretical models of self-concept

Unidimensional versus multidimensional perspectives

Causal ordering of...