How UCL used Goril­la to Trans­form Psy­chol­o­gy Syllabus

Daniel Richard­son, UCL


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First-year psy­chol­o­gy stu­dents at UCL typ­i­cal­ly took part in exper­i­ments as sub­jects. But as guinea pigs, this meant less time scru­ti­n­is­ing data, and more time por­ing over mechanics.

“We need­ed to flip the teach­ing mod­el on its head” Dan says. “Rather than con­nect­ing every­thing in the final year, we need­ed to build in research right from the start.”

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How UCL used Goril­la to Trans­form Psy­chol­o­gy Syllabus