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I am an adult educator with a background in psychology and adult learning. I teach in the Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. My subjects are psychology, how to 'maintain the brain', improve memory, and wellbeing and happiness . 
 
My thesis, which can be accessed below is an exploration into older adults’ preferred learning and communication styles and how these fit with recent neuroscience insights into adult learning. Once open, click copy icon and file for future reference, if required).
 
 
Contact - Dr Val Bissland
Email - valbissland@gmail.com
Link to thesis below (PDF- 2KB):

Ways of Learning in Later Life: older adults' voices

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