Psychology

CLEP Introductory Psychology
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Complete Idiot's Guide to Psychology (3rd Ed), at Amazon USA
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding the Brain
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AS and A Level Psychology Through Diagrams (Oxford Revision Guides), at Amazon USA
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Psychology for AS-Level, at Amazon USA
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The Psychology Press A-Level Programme
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holah.co.uk "a web site that should be useful if you are studying psychology"
Psychology Experimental Methodology 10th Ed Flashcard Exchange
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Ch. 2 & Statistics of Psychology AP Flashcard Exchange
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Psychology: The Core
Psychology: The Core at Amazon.com
University of Nebraska Core Psychology Curriculum
At the core of introductory psychology: A content analysis
Core concepts in introductory psychology
Amygdala
The role of the amygdala in memory
Memory consolidation (kwizjet)
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Psychological Science Journal of the Association for Psychological Science (previously the American Psychological Society)
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Texas Tech University Psychology Podcast
FREQUENTLY CITED CONCEPTS IN CURRENT INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY TEXTBOOKS .pdf
At the Core of Introductory Psychology: A Content Analysis University of Calgary
Amazon Psychology Community
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The Stanford Prison Experiment What happens when you put good people in an evil place?
YouTube video of Stanford Prison Experiment
BBC halts 'prison experiment' - 24/01/02
The lie of the Stanford Prison Experiment - 28/04/05 by Carlo Prescott, the experiment's chief consultant
Milgram experiment
Studies of obedience from 'A' Level Psychology Through Diagrams By Grahame Hill
Psychology AS: The Complete Companion for Aqa 'A'
Basic Psychological Mechanisms: Neurosis and Projection
High self-esteem is not always what it's cracked up to be, says UGA psychologist
Declaring love boosts sex appeal - 08/09/08
Group bragging betrays insecurity, study shows - 20/10/08
The smart way to study - 18/11/08
People 'still willing to torture' - 19/12/08 US researchers repeated the famous "Milgram test", with volunteers told to deliver electrical shocks to another volunteer - played by an actor
Behavioral Study of Obedience - Stanley Milgram, Yale University, 1963 .pdf
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The generation of 'damaged' girls - 20/02/07
Sexualisation 'harms' young girls - 20/02/07
Obesity 'triggers' disease fears - 30/07/07
Look of fear sparks fast reaction - 14/10/07
Scientists make sleep disorder discovery - 17/10/07
Self-help 'makes you feel worse' - 03/07/09
Analysis of the personality of psychopaths by means of their drawings - 14/07/09
Brain difference in psychopaths identified - 04/08/09
Mad genius: Study suggests link between psychosis and creativity - 28/09/09
Hypnosis has 'real' brain effect - 16/11/09
Study: Believers' inferences about God's beliefs are uniquely egocentric - 30/11/09 more of man's fingerprints found on "God"
Brain clue may explain autism 'hug avoidance' - 12/02/10
Placebo treatments stronger than doctors thought - 18/02/10
'Green' exercise quickly 'boosts mental health' - 01/05/10
Designing your own workspace improves health, happiness and productivity - 07/09/10
It's good to think - but not too much, scientists say - 17/09/10
Regular exams boost your brain power - 14/10/10
The science of optical illusions - 17/10/10
People spend 'half their waking hours daydreaming' - 12/11/10
Psychology’s liberal bias - 11/02/11 Jonathan Haidt, a social psychologist from the University of Virginia, started his presentation by polling the audience of approximately 1,000 psychologists. When he asked how many were conservatives, precisely three hands went up. FR Comments
New emotion detector can see when we're lying - 13/09/11
Brain 'rejects negative thoughts' - 09/10/11
Personality tests: Can they identify the real you? - 06/07/12
Children 'spend more time watching TV than at school' - 09/10/12
The psychology of the to-do list - 29/01/13
All men watch porn
How to reconnect with your child after a long day at work: 10 key questions - 25/04/13
Psychopathic criminals have empathy switch - 24/07/13
Abraham Maslow and the pyramid that beguiled business - 31/08/13
Girls masturbate. Why can't we talk about it?
Schadenfreude is a normal human response, study finds - 01/11/13
How the way we walk can increase risk of being mugged - 05/11/13
Why do humans hate poo so much? - 11/11/13
What makes us human? Unique brain area linked to higher cognitive powers - 28/01/14
Debunking the Myers-Briggs personality test - 15/07/14
Why being unable to stand noisy eaters might make you a genius - 09/03/15
Are murderers born or made? - 09/03/15
Do men really have a problem with witty women? - 10/03/15
No woman 'totally straight', study says - 06/11/15
What Sherlock Holmes taught us about the mind - Jan 08, 2016
Liberals Are Simple-Minded - Jan 15, 2016 ...and often more dogmatic than conservatives, according to a new study