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Our trainees submit assignments demonstrating their ability to generate new knowledge and synthesise existing research. Essays and critiques published here have all been graded as being at distinction level in at least one area.

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Dr Elizabeth Hannah, External Examiner 2020-2022, University of Dundee

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Academic Critique of the ‘FUN FRIENDS’ programme

Assignment type: Academic Critique
Author: Lauren Dobson
Submitted: April 2021

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Dobson, L.(2022, 29 September).Academic Critique of the ‘FUN FRIENDS’ programme. University of Southampton Educational Psychology research blog. http://blog.soton.ac.uk/edpsych/2022/09/29/academic-critique-of-the-fun-friends-programme

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