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The All About Psychology Newsletter, November 2010
November 05, 2010
Welcome to the November 2010 issue of the All About Psychology Newsletter.
In This Edition
I've created an app that keeps you right up-to-date with all the latest content featured on the All About Psychology website and it has just been published in the Google Android Market. To manually install the psychology app for free:
1. Go to 'Market' on your Android-powered device.
An iPhone version of the psychology app has also been created and will soon be available for free download in the Apple App Store.
Psychology Video of The Month
This section of the newsletter showcases one of the most popular videos uploaded to the Psychology Video Collection. This month's entry is:
The Frinky Science of the Human Mind
Baba Shiv delves into the surprising workings of the brain and makes the case that emotional responses are vital to responsible decision making, and that - despite popular belief - rational thought is perhaps not all it's cracked up to be.
You can watch this very popular video via the following link.
M.S. in Psychology
Ph.D. in Psychology
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Over 20,000 people are now following the All About Psychology facebook page. Amomg The most "liked" and commented upon posts since the last newsletter was:
Sigmund Freud In His Own Words
This particular post consisted of a video featuring an audio recording of Sigmund Freud speaking to the BBC in 1938
You can watch the video Here
Learn More About Sigmund Freud
There is a Sigmund Freud page and a psychoanalysis page on the All About Psychology Website. See following links.
See following link to connect with over 20,000 fellow psychology fans on facebook.
This section of the newsletter introduces you to a full text psychology classic that you can read and download courtesy of the All About Psychology website initiative to make important, insightful and engaging public domain works in psychology freely available.
On The Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology & Crime by Hugo Münsterberg is a very important book by one of my all time favorite psychologists. Not only did he boast a great name and outrageous moustache but Münsterberg was also a passionate advocate of forensic psychology. An engaging and controversial figure Munsterberg was a key figure in the study of psychology within a legal context.
Years ahead of its time, On The Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology & Crime explores issues that are just as important and relevant today e.g., witness memory, suggestibilty and false confessions.
You can download and read this psychology classic by Clicking Here
You can access and download all the classic psychology publications in this series via my Scribd account.
Check This Out
The idea behind this section of the newsletter is to point you in the direction of places to visit, explore and learn.
From the mental health section of the All About Psychology website you can access detailed information and resources on such things as:
You can check all this out via the following link.
Just For Fun
Interesting but useless things psychologists have taught us! No. 1 in an occasional series
The Psychology of Selling (1923)
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Based on my experiences as a student and then a lecturer in the subject and drawing on content from the website, I've put together a survival guide for psychology students.
You can download the guide for free via the following link and please feel free to pass it on to anybody who you think might be interested in taking a look.
Food For Thought
"Nothing in life is more remarkable than the unnecessary anxiety which we endure and generally occasion ourselves." (Beaconsfield)
For reading the All About Psychology Newsletter.
Until next time.
All the very best
Dave Webb BSc (hons), MSc
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