You are here: Home » Research
|Up a level|
Nightingale, S.M., Roberts, S, Tariq, Vicki, Appleby, Yvon, Barnes, Lynne, Harris, Rebecca, Dacre-pool, Lorraine and Qualter, Pamela (2013) Trajectories of university adjustment in the United Kingdom: Emotion management and emotional self-efficacy protect against initial poor adjustment. Learning and Individual Differences, 27 . pp. 174-181. ISSN 1041-6080
Tariq, Vicki, Qualter, Pamela, Roberts, Sian, Appleby, Yvon and Barnes, Lynne (2013) Mathematical Literacy in Undergraduates: The Role of Gender Emotional Intelligence. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science & Technology . ISSN 0020-739X
Tariq, Vicki (2013) Emotional intelligence: a new weapon in the fight against maths anxiety? Psychology of Education Review Special Edition: New Directions in Emotional Education and Development, 37 (2). pp. 13-18.
Tariq, Vicki (2013) Quantitative skills in Science. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science & Technology, 44 (6). pp. 779-781. ISSN 0020-739X (print); 1464-5211 (online)
Appleby, Yvon, Roberts, Sian, Barnes, Lynne, Qualter, Pamela and Tariq, Vicki (2012) Who wants to be able to do reference properly and be unemployed? STEM student writing and employer needs. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, SE . ISSN 1759-667X
Durrani, Naureen and Tariq, Vicki (2012) The role of numeracy skills in graduate employability. Education and Training, 54 (5). pp. 419-434. ISSN 0040-0912
Tariq, Vicki and Waldock (editor), J (2011) Every Student Counts: Promoting Numeracy and Enhancing Employability. Devloping Graduate Skills in HE Mathematics Programmes - Case Studies of Successful Practice . pp. 40-41.
Tariq, Vicki (2009) Enhancing Graduate Employability: The Importance of Basic Skills. QUB Reflections Newsletter . pp. 1-3.
Tariq, Vicki and Durrani, Naureen (2009) Every Student Counts: promoting numeracy and enhancing employability, A National Teaching Fellowship Scheme Project. MSOR Connections, 9 (1). pp. 7-11.
Tariq, Vicki (2006) Supporting mathematics learning. Centre for Bioscience Bulletin (19). p. 9. ISSN 1740-6692 (print), 1740-6706 (online)
Tariq, Vicki (2005) Using a contextual e-learning approach to teaching maths. Centre for Bioscience Bulletin (15). pp. 4-5. ISSN 1746-0115
Tariq, Vicki, Stevenson, J and Roper, T (2005) Maths for Biosciences: towards developing an innovative e-learning resource for post GCSE students. MSOR Connections, 5 (2). pp. 39-43.
Tariq, Vicki (2004) Key Skills; Rhetoric, Reality and Reflection. Exchange, 6 . pp. 35-36.
Tariq, Vicki (2004) Numeracy, mathematical literacy and the life sciences. MSOR Connections, 4 (2). pp. 25-29.
Hayes, B C and Tariq, Vicki (2003) Female attitudes towards experiments on human embryos in democratic European nations. Science and Technology: Gender Matters . pp. 165-180.
Tariq, Vicki (2002) Numeracy skills deficit among bioscience entrants. LTSN Bioscience Bulletin (7). p. 8.
Hayes, Bernadette C. and Tariq, Vicki (2001) Gender differences in scientific knowledge and attitudes toward science: a reply to a reply. Public Understanding of Science, 10 (4). pp. 431-433. ISSN 0963-6625
Hayes, B C and Tariq, Vicki (2000) Gender differences in scientific knowledge and attitudes toward science: a comparative study of four Anglo-American Nations. Public Understanding of Science, 9 (4). pp. 433-447.
Tariq, Vicki (2003) Diagnosis of mathematical skills among bioscience entrants. In: Diagnostic Testing for Mathematics. LTSN Maths TEAM Project, Birmingham, pp. 14-15. ISBN 07044 23731
Tariq, Vicki, Appleby, Yvon, Barnes, Lynne, Qualter, Pamela and Roberts, Sian (2012) Literacies Supporting Learning and Enhancing Employability in a Diverse Undergraduate Population. Project Report. University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire.
Timmins, John Geoffrey and Tariq, Vicki Every student counts: promoting numeracy and enhancing employability. Discussion Paper. NTF, London.
Tariq, Vicki, Durrani, N, Lloyd-Jones, R, Nicholls, D, Timmins, J.G. and Worthington, Claire H (2010) Every Student Counts: Promoting Numeracy and Enhancing Employability. University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire. ISBN 978-1-901922-75-2