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Matthew Hornsey takes us into the adventures of some of the ballsiest imposters human kind have encountered, along with... see more

A series of "crime drama" videos and associated instructional videos that explore a range of psychological applications... see more

This website features the student award winners for the 2015 Noba educational video competition on Social Influence.

This is one of the most requested programs in FRONTLINE's history. It is about an Iowa schoolteacher who, the day after... see more

This video was recorded at Out of the Box Seminar. Social psychologist Melanie Joy explains carnism, the invisible belief... see more

Khan Academy video tutorial series on social psychology. Includes 3 videos relevant to an introduction to social... see more

Khan Academy video tutorial series on normative and nonnormative behavior. Includes 3 videos relevant to an introduction... see more

Social Metacognition: Building Self-Worth provides an introduction to self-concept, self-esteem and self worth along with... see more

This You-Tube video (5:59) presents a BBC recreation of Stanley Milgram's classic experiment on compliance to authority.

This module provide an exaustive description and definitions of the following entities: 1) group 2) community 3) social... see more

Stereotypethreat.org is "a resource for faculty, teachers, students, and the general public interested in the phenomenon... see more

Transcripts of a Front Line Documentary on violence children; available at pbs.org

A brochure from the American Psychological Association (APA)

An APA (American Psychological Association) brochure on youth violence.

This material is a lesson plan from MediaSmarts, "a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization for digital and media... see more

Statement on responding to terrorism by division of Peace Psychology of the APA.

Essay from Social Science Research Council website about terrorism.

Brochure published by American Psychological Association