The Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology promotes the professional interests of psychologists who teach and/or conduct research, whether in a university, school, college or any other academic environment.
DARTP AGM 2020
The Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology AGM is being held via Zoom on Wednesday 25 November 2020 at 10.30am.
Members who are opted in to receive emails from the BPS will have received details on joining this meeting, but due to the challenges posed by Covid-19 we have been unable to notify other members by post.
For any queries regarding the AGM, nominations or resolutions, please email Member Network Services
Division of Acadmics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology Annual Conference 2020
Location: Queens University Belfast
The Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology are proud to present our third Annual Conference. The 2020 theme is sharing best practice: the future of psychology and evidence based teaching.
The event is open to all, and we are welcoming submissions.
Mental health and wellbeing in education: how can we respond?Date | 27 November 2019Location | London
The day included discussions of Mental Health First Aid training in universities and schools, and explored other initiatives that have been employed to support students’ mental health.
CPD Workshop: Teaching Reproducible Research Resources
28 November 2018
Over the last few years, concerns about the reproducibility of research findings has prompted re-examination of ‘questionable research practices’ commonplace in traditional psychological science. Consequently, the way that researchers conduct, analyse, and report psychological findings is changing.
This reproducibility crisis influences the credibility of the psychological knowledge acquired by our students.
It also has implications for the teaching of quantitative research methods. Yet, formal curricula are slow to react. Furthermore, the research methods training received by most psychology educators will have been according to the traditional paradigm.
This timely workshop provides University lecturers and pre-tertiary teachers with an introduction to the reproducibility crisis facing Psychology. It outlines how psychological science is responding to this challenge, and presents case studies of how psychology education is adapting.