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This is a nicely composed site that offers good in class examples of general psychology content. Overall the presentation of the material is straight forward in an easy to use format designed for teachers.
Teaching Clinical Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Psychology Classroom Exercises, John Suler
Overall the website is made for teachers in finding supportive exercises and materials in teaching Clinical Psychology although it can also be very helpful in teaching many aspects of general psychology as well. I have used several of the in class exercises and especially find that students enjoy the "Personality Disorders" exercise where everyone at the party is said to have a personality disorder and the students must classify each character by their axis two appropriate label. It is classroom appropriate, while also entertaining and engaging. Overall a nice site to have for some good classroom exercises.