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Expert Q & A


Top Resource


Food For Thought


Did You Know?


Just For Fun



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Sport Psychology



Sport Psychology























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I recently added a Sport Psychology page to the types of psychology section of the website. See following link to learn all about this fascinating and professionally recognized field of psychology.


Sport Psychology



Expert Q & A 



Barbara Masser































Barbara Masser is an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland. She has over 60 papers and reports examining applied social psychological problems. Her work focuses on how jurors perceive victims of sexual assault, and how beliefs about gender influence people’s perceptions more broadly. You can access the interview with Dr. Masser via the following link.


Barbara Masser Interview



Top Resource


Brain Facts



Brain Facts





























Produced by the Society for Neuroscience, Brain Facts, is a 95-page primer on the brain and nervous system which includes information on brain development, learning and memory, language, neurological and psychiatric illnesses, potential therapies, and more.


You can download this excellent free resource via the Biological Psychology page. See following link.


Biological Psychology



Food For Thought


Great quotes that make you think!


Great Quote by Carol Dweck


Did You Know?


Fab facts all psychology lovers should know!


B.F. Skinner National Medal of Science





















At a ceremony at the White House in 1969, President Lyndon B. Johnson presented B. F. Skinner with The National Medal of Science, "For basic and imaginative contributions to the study of behavior which have had profound influence upon all psychology and many related areas." 


The National Medal of Science is the United States Government's highest award for distinguished achievement in science.


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Just For Fun


What's your favorite psychology study?


The Bobo Doll Experiment



























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