Abercrombie, M.L.J. (1960) The Anatomy of Judgement. London: Hutchinson.
Abercrombie, M.L.J. (1974) Aims and Techniques of Group Teaching, 3rd edn. London: SRHE.
Abercrombie, M.L J. (1984) Changing higher education by the application of some group-analytic ideas. Paper to 8th International Conference of Group Psychotherapy, Mexico City.
Adams, K. (1990) Journal to the Self. New York: Warner Books.
Anderson, G., Boud, D. and Sampson, J. (1996) Learning Contracts: A Practical Guide. London: Kogan Page.
Anderson, L., Nightingale, P., Boud, D. and Magin, D. (1989) Strategies for Assessing Students. Professional Development Centre, New South Wales.
Anthony, K. (2000) Counselling in cyberspace, Counselling, 11 (10), 625–7.
Argyle, M. (1975) Bodily Communication. London: Methuen.
Argyris, C. and Schön, D. (1974) Theory in Practice: Increasing Professional Effectiveness. London: Jossey–Bass.
Argyris, C. and Schön, D. (1978) Organisational Learning. A Theory of Action Perspective. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
Arievitch, I., and Van der Veer, R. (1995) Furthering the internalization debate: Galperin's contribution. Human Development, 38, 113–26.
Arnold, V. and Davidson, M. (1990) Adopt a mentor: the new way ahead for women managers? Women in Management Research and Abstracts, 1, 10–18.
Ashby, W.R. (1952) Design for a Brain. New York: John Wiley.
Assiter, A. (ed.) (1995) Transferable Skills in HE. London: Kogan Page.
Atherton, J.S. (2003) Learning and Teaching: Large Groups [Online] UK: Available: http://126.96.36.199/∼jamesa/teaching/groups_large.htm (accessed 24 June 2006)
Atkins, S. and Murphy, K. (1993) Reflection: a review of the literature, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 18, 1188–92.
Auster, D. (1984) Mentors and protégés: power-dependent dyads, Social Inquiry, 54 (2), 142–53.
Ausubel, D. (1975) Cognitive structure and transfer. In N. Entwistle and D. Hounsell (eds) How Students Learn (1975) Lancaster: Institute for Research and Development in Post Compulsory Education.
Back, K. and Back, K. (1982) Assertiveness at Work: A Practical Guide to Handling Awkward Situations. London: McGraw-Hill.