Psychology Website of the Week — Catherine Sanderson Blog: Why Norms Matter

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PSYCHOLOGY WEBSITE OF THE WEEK Why Norms Matter | Psychology Today DESCRIPTION Why Norms Matter Both historical and present-day examples show us the power of social influence. From the website, written by Dr. Sanderson: “I’m delighted to be writing a blog about the power of social influence. As a professor, I teach and conduct research… Read more »

Psychology Update — 3 SPECIAL ARTICLES ABOUT ANIMAL BEHAVIOR

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3 SPECIAL ARTICLES ABOUT ANIMAL BEHAVIOR ARTICLE #1 TITLE A Dog’s View of Optical Illusions Researchers are using visual tricks to try to better understand canine perception.   DESCRIPTION This is a fascinating article for many reasons.   Aside from the researchers curiosity, the idea of studying dogs and optical illusions give us more information… Read more »

Psychology Website of the Week — ANIMAL BEHAVIOR SOCIETY

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PSYCHOLOGY WEBSITE OF THE WEEK TITLE ANIMAL BEHAVIOR SOCIETY URL       http://www.animalbehaviorsociety.org/web/index.php   DESCRIPTION Some students really enjoy those aspects of Psychology that focus on topics related to Animal Behavior.  This is the official site of the Animal Behavior Society and Journal.  It is an excellent resource for both the Professor and student… Read more »

Psychology App of the Week — Pocket: save articles, videos, and more to view later


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PSYCHOLOGY APP OF THE WEEK Pocket: save articles, videos, and more to view later
   CLICK ON YOUR PLATFORM (free):     iOS      or    Android DESCRIPTION From Google Play Store and iTunes Store Save articles, videos and other web content for later in a beautiful and optimized easy-to-view experience for your phone and tablet — even offline…. Read more »

Psychology Website of the Week — POCKET

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PSYCHOLOGY WEBSITE OF THE WEEK Pocket: save articles, videos, and more to view later https://getpocket.com (Also available as an app for both iPhone/iPad/Android devices) DESCRIPTION Save articles, videos and other web content for later in a beautiful and optimized easy-to-view experience for your phone and tablet — even offline. Pocket is your perfect mobile companion… Read more »

Psychology Song List of The Week — OTRP Online Songs For Teaching

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PSYCHOLOGY SONG LIST OF THE WEEK https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SBf7y_MN-u4t36QoGmpYy9utXyeatsl7AZsqkg6Z7Aw/edit#gid=0   Tiny URL:  https://tinyurl.com/2p86ab88   HOW TO USE THIS LIST ToPIX is a product of the Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology, part of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology. If you have to make a presentation have you ever wanted to pep it up and make it… Read more »

Welcome to  Wiley Introductory Psychology Weekly Updates

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WELCOME STATEMENT Welcome to  Wiley Introductory Psychology Weekly Updates Every Monday through June you will find wonderful resources to enhance your learning, teaching and to engage  in discussions.   With each “published” edition, you will discover two or three interesting provocative articles to use as “triggers” to discuss important issues that relate to your learning… Read more »

Psychology Update — Marsha Linehan Interview on YouTube

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PSYCHOLOGY UPDATE — YouTube Video of the Week NAME MARSHA LINEHAN INTERVIEW DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER SOURCE:  YouTube:        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fR7Oi0cyoVo     DESCRIPTION This is an excellent interview with Dr. Marsha Linehan.  She describes her own struggles with Borderline Personality Disorder and the development of Dialectical Behavior Therapy. This is an… Read more »

Psychology Website of the Week — TED Ed Lessons Worth Sharing

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PSYCHOLOGY WEBSITE OF THE WEEK TITLE TED Ed Lessons Worth Sharing URL       http://ed.ted.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&qs=psychology#tededlessons (Tiny Url)  http://tinyurl.com/zjprsnh   DESCRIPTION “TED-Ed Original lessons feature the words and ideas of educators brought to life by professional animators.” We all know about TED talks, but did you know that some professors have developed lessons around these presentations.  The… Read more »

Psychology Update — Managing attention and distractibility in online learning

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TITLE Managing attention and distractibility in online learning   DESCRIPTION This is a high level article from the American Psychological Association website regarding K-12 teaching online learning.   It is directly applicable to college learning.  Though it “speaks” directly to teachers, it really can be applied to the college student him/her self as regards to… Read more »