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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...

Learning to Blog is an online whitepaper-type instructional resource on coaching students...

The Big Five Personality Test is a brief online assessment tool that gives users an opportunity t...

This learning resource is a brief two-minute video posted on YouTube. It is the first video in the 2...

In this YouTube video segment of Secrets of the Mind, Dr. Vilayanur Ramachandran, an expert o...

Guess the correlation is a web based game, where students can play as either a single player or agai...

This site serves as a collection of educational videos curated from YouTube. Representing 18 psyc...

Author, blogger, and parent Birute Efe shares her parenting journey on the website she...

This learning object is a Spring 2011 videotaped lecture on Attention. The lecturer is John Gabri...

“Why Science Is Not Just a Theory” is a short video (3:43) that offers a simultaneously engaging...

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) Demography Centers website offers links to sites fro...

This peer review references the 2015 student award winners for the annual Noba Student Video Awar...