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Prenatal Development is a free resource site with interactive quizzes, videos, and detai...

This learning object is a brief (3-minute) ABC News video that presents a simulation created by J...

A FRONTLINE program entitled Inside the Teenage Brain investigates the rec...

Jamie Madigan, Ph.D., reports on research that examines the intersection of psychology and video...

Wesleyan professor Lisa Dierker, Ph.D. is the author of a compelling, project-based research and...

Psychology Professor Sue Franz shares an Intro Psych activity that gets students involved in lear...

Behavioral Blogging is a blog by psychologist Sandy Andrews, Ph.D., who specializes in Cognit...

The reviewed resource is a webpage that includes a compilation of links and materials useful for...

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...

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...

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

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

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...

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...