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"Medications that affect people psychologically are called psychoactive drugs. They are often helpful in treating... see more

This entertaining 11-minute video by John Green is part of his Crash Course series. It covers the basic concepts of... see more

Materials for an undergraduate psychological statistics course. Includes lecture notes, as well as homework assignments,... see more

From the site: "The purpose of this web site is to provide biographical information on individuals who had an impact on... see more

Article on pursuing a career in industrial/organizational psychology written by Professor Paul E. Spector at the... see more

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

This learning object provides a wealth of information on various psychological concepts. Most suitable for an... see more

Ionica Smeets (@ionicasmeets) via a TED talk presents a humorous, thoughtful look at correlation, including the... see more

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

One of the most important ethical rules governing research on humans is that participants must give their informed... see more

From the Website: "The Center for Social Epidemiology's website...hopes to provide a primary source for relevant... see more

This website  "brings attention to the ways in which biological and social differences between women and men affect... see more

A multimedia guide to genetic disorders. Disorders addressed include Fragile X Syndrome, PKU, and Down Syndrome.

Negative Reinforcement University (NRU) was conceptualized by a team of four students and one faculty at Scottsdale... see more

Crash Course provides a series of entertaining video tutorials on a range of topics across general psychology. Each video... see more

A basic introduction to writing a psychology research paper.

This is a TED video that lasts less than 15 minutes.  'Why do teenagers seem so much more impulsive, so much less... see more

This online lesson explores the intersection between critical thinking and cognitive therapy.

Online Nova documentary on eating disorders. Eight movie segments, 4 to 8 minutes each.

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

An overview of how to implement the APA Style 6th Edition rules using Microsoft Word.

This learning object is a Spring 2011 videotaped lecture on Attention. The lecturer is John Gabrieli of the Massachusetts... see more

Share with your students why the presence of an outlier affects which measure of central tendency to report.  Feel free... see more

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