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The Greater Good Magazine reports on groundbreaking research into the roots of compassio...

From the website: Written by David Yamada (Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law Scho...

Shu-Sha Angie Guan (Assistant Professor, Child and Adolescent Development. CSUN Northridge) and a...

Action Teaching offers educators a range of ideas for developing projects, assignments a...

Figshare is an online repository for open access data. The repository allows anyone to search upl...

Kristoffer Magnusson's Blog about R, Statistics, Psychology, Open Science, Data Visualiza...

Social psychologist Mary Kite (Professor of Social Psychology at Ball State University) and 21 st...

5MIweekly is the YouTube channel for Dr. Don Lucas of Northwest Vista College. The channel contai...

The website of the Society for Health Psychology (Division 38 of APA) includes informati...

The Foundation for Child Development is a national, private philanthropy dedicated to the pr...

This website is one facet of the American Psychological Association's (APA) Division 20's...

Authored by Dr. Laura Little of the University of Washington, this tutorial shows students how to co...

The Hot Hand in Sports blog provides information and data regarding hot hand. Ho...

Created by David Howell of the University of Vermont, this lesson describes bootstrapping in the...

This learning object is a TEDx talk by Matthew Hornsey (Professor of Social Psychology, University o...

The Research Randomizer website offers the following description: “Research Randomizer is...

This page, created by Mark Plonsky of the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, gives a descripti...

In this Inspire Innovation video from Carnegie Mellon University, Professor of Psychology...

This tutorial addresses the weapon effect. A component of the

The Digital Commons Network: Social and Behavioral Sciences Commons contains and categoriz...

This web page from the Wonderlic Test Sample website offers three sample tests--a 10-question sam...

The Motion Demos learning object is found on the home page for Professor George Mather (Univ...

This is a website containing an exceptionally large number (over 1 million) of syllabi from a broad...

The material is a short YouTube video featuring a case study regarding a split brain patient, nam...