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For further information on psychology please see the following external links and references:

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The American Psychological Association (APA)

The Association for Psychological Science

The Association of Heads of Psychology Departments (AHPD)

The Association for the Teaching of Psychology

The British Psychological Society

The Centre of Excellence in Interdisciplinary Mental Health (Birmingham University): resources

Discussion lists related to the teaching of psychology

Expanding the Psychology Curriculum: An Annotated-Bibliography on Diversity in Psychology

APA (1998)

The Experimental Psychology Society

The HEA Psychology LTSN website

HEA: Learning and teaching about mental health in higher education

HEA: Learning and teaching about mental health in higher education –Resources section:

IPDPS – Improving Provision for Disabled Psychology Students (contains CASE studies and resources)

Pollak D., BRAINHE Neurodiversity website (De Montfort University)

Pope K., Accessibility & Disability Information & Resources in Psychology Training & Practice

Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group (PsyPAG)

Turpin, G., & Fensom, P. (2004). Widening access within undergraduate psychology education and its implications for professional psychology: Gender, disability and ethnic diversity. Leicester: British Psychological Society.

US Resource Guide for Psychology Graduate Students with Disabilities (APA) (2004)

Whiteley, H., Smith, C., & Lever, R. (2005). Predictive outcomes and implications for teaching, learning and assessment of screening for ADHD and dyslexia in psychology students. Final report of mini-project funded by the Higher Education Academy Psychology Network.

Zinkiewicz, L., & Trapp, A. (2004). Widening and increasing participation: Challenges and opportunities for psychology departments (Report and Evaluation Series no. 5). York: Learning and Teaching Support Network for Psychology.

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