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MERLOT II


    

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by Tani McBeth
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Social Psychology


Added 07/28/2006
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Monty Hall Paradox


Added 04/09/2007
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Neuroscience for Kids


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DNA from the Beginning


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ePsych


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Stroop Effect


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The Psych Files


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Brain Blogger


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Probe the Brain


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Human Brain Anatomy


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Pathology of Drug Abuse


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Brain and Behavior


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Excitable Cells


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His Brain, Her Brain


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Neuroscience Tutorial


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How Your Brain Works


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Internet Psych Lab


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The Whole Brain Atlas


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Implicit Association Tests


Added 06/08/2009
This IAT site provides an excellent opportunity for students to recognize how quickly we can make these implicit associations and the potential impact on us and others. It can generate useful discussion in the classroom about stereotyping, prejudice, etc.
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Resources for the Teaching of Social Psychology


Added 06/08/2009
This site is a wealth of useful resources for social psych from activities, assignments, video clips, etc. I check the site out every so often to see if there's a new angle on illustrating or applying a concept. You can also receive updates via email or RSS...
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Authentic Assessment Toolbox


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This is one of the more useful sites out there on Outcomes Assessment. I particularly find it helpful that it provides both the big picture about assessment (formative and summative) as well as specific information about developing rubrics (holistic and analytical). While there are examples more relevant for K-12, there are also examples relevant for college level.
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Personality Pedagogy website


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This site provides a wealth of useful audio/video, case study, and assignment resources. As an online personality psych instructor, there are ideas here that liven the material and its application.
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The Stanford Prison Experiment


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The Stanford Prison Experiment has extensive resources on the original experiment as well as more recent implications for situations such as Abu Ghraib (Zimbardo was an expert witness). See also The Lucifer Effect--see TED.com video clip--and The Hero Project on this site along with many articles and interviews.
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