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A guide to resources of interest to teachers of first year units at the University of New England, Australia.
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Research articles

Forrest, K. D., & Hoback, W. H. (2009). Using novel experiences in introductory psychology: Insects 101. Education,129(4), 625-634.

Kuhle, B. X., Barber, J.M. &  Bristol, A.S. (2009). Predicting students' performance in introductory psychology from their psychology misconceptions. Journal of Instructional Psychology 36(2), 119-124.

Lawrence, J. (2003). The 'deficit-discourse' shift: University teachers and their role in helping first year students persevere and succeed in the new university culture. In 6th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference 2002: Changing Agendas - Te Ao Hurihuri, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Retrieved from

Lodge, J. (2012). Implementing a principal tutor to increase student engagement and retention within the first year of a professional program. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 3(1), 9-20.

Marrs, H., Sigler, E. &  Hayes. K. (2009). Study strategy predictors of performance in introductory psychology. Journal of Instructional Psychology 36(2), 125-133.

Ngai, S. S., & Chau-kiu CheungC. (2009). Idealism, altruism, career orientation, and emotional exhaustion among social work undergraduates. Journal of Social Work Education, 45(1), 105-121.

Osborn, D. R. (2010). Do print, web-based, or blackboard integrated tutorial strategies differentially influence student learning in an introductory psychology class? Journal of Instructional Psychology, 37(3), 247-251.

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