Two great opportunities next autumn term if you are planning to teach either the Psychology of Addictive Behaviour or Anomalistic Psychology. Keynote Educational have organised Unit 4 INSET days – one features Mark Griffiths and the other features Richard Wiseman – both experts in the respective fields. Plus me (Cara Flanagan) talking about the research methods component and more general issues. See here for further INSET courses next year.
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