This site is geared toward psychologists, ethics educators, and researchers in the social sciences.
The website includes a variety of resources, such as: clinical vignettes, ethical guidelines and codes, audio resources (podcasts), video resources, links to other sites related to ethics and psychology, and a daily news feed.
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• A unique approach: frequently occurring terms from 6 major psychology topics are included. The terms are presented using concept maps, audio definitions and review quizzes (more topics coming soon!)
• Concept Maps allow you to quickly see how the terms are related to each other. Just tap a term and hear a definition
• Audio Definitions: professor Michael Britt provides you with brief, clear, to-the-point audio definitions
• Major topics covered in this version: Biological psychology, Personality, Therapy, Research Methods, Learning and Psychological Disorders
• Coming soon: more topics, terms, images, mnemonics and animations!
• The first Psychology Test Prep app from the web’s most popular academic psychology podcast: The Psych Files. (the app is not affiliated with the College Board)
The Psychology Student Survival Guide contains this information.
This Guide helps you quickly locate information you need to get you through your studies in this amazing field.
Created by two experts in the field:
David Webb, Bsc (hons), MSc - creator of the All-About-Psychology website
Michael A. Britt, Ph.D. - host of The Psych Files podcast
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There is no other app like this one. Developed by a Ph.D. psychologist, psychology teacher and host of extremely popular The Psych Files podcast, this app will help you memorize the parts of the brain, the neurons, brain scans, and neurotransmitters in minutes - not hours.
• 35 mnemonics (including parts of the neuron, 4 neurotransmitters and 5 types of brain scans)
• An audio option for on-the-go listening!
• An index to quickly find what you’re looking for
Over a hundred thousand students of psychology, nursing, biology and other majors have use these mnemonics to quickly memorize the parts - and function - of the brain, neurons, and neurotransmitters.
Created by a college psychology professor and host of The Psych Files podcast.
Brain Mnemonics contains 35 images - some bizarre, some humorous - to help you do this memorization.
The well-established mnemonic device called the “keyword technique” is used to create these images.
Covered in Brain Mnemonics:
Lobes of the Brain:
* Acronym to help you remember the four lobes
* Occipital Lobe
* Parietal Lobe
* Frontal Lobe
* Broca’s Area
* Wernicke’s Area
* Reticular Formation
* Myelin Sheath
* Nodes of Ranvier
* Synaptic Vesicles
* Glial cells
* Resting and Action Potential
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous System