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Title: Psychology in the academic education of non-psychologists: A survey among European psychology departments.
Authors: Dutke, Stephan
Epler, Kadi
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: PsychOpen
Abstract: Examined current psychology department policies for the study of psychology by students of other academic disciplines minoring in psychology. After the Bologna Process to ensure comparability of standards and quality of higher education qualifications, psychology departments across Europe underwent fundamental changes, and only little information is available regarding its impact on psychology minor programs across Europe. 67 psychology departments from 14 European countries returned completed questionnaires designed to assess contents and amount of courses, modules, and programs offered to students not majoring in psychology, as well as the cooperation partners and institutional context. Results reveal that, for most psychology departments, teaching psychology to students not majoring in psychology is the rule rather than the exception. In conclusion, implications of the findings for psychology minor programs are discussed.
Citation: Dutke, S., & Epler, K. (2014). Psychology in the Academic Education of Non-Psychologists: A Survey among European Psychology Departments. In Michael Krämer, Ulrich Weger, & Michaela Zupanic (Eds.), Psychologiedidaktik und Evaluation X. Aachen, Germany: Shaker Verlag.
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