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Howard Gardner
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Multiple Intelligences: The First 25 years" 1.36
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Emotional Intelligence Education
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Emotional Intelligence and Leadership 19.38

Internet Sites

101 Fascinating Brain Blogs
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Case Studies, Psychology

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Intelligence from Sunset Psychology
, Human from Indiana University

Metapsychology Online Review
Personality Pedagogy
Psych Files, The

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Psychology Club
from the College of NJ
Psych Exchange has extensive resources
Psychology of Religion by Michael Nielsen

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Cognitive development tests
Test Description Year
Draw-A-Person Test Psychological projection test for children 1926
Knox Cubes Nonverbal intelligence test 1913
Multiple choice Determine best possible answer from a list. 1915
Pimsleur Language Aptitude Battery Foreign language proficiency predictor. 1966
Porteus Maze Test Measures psychological planning capacity. 1914
Modern Language Aptitude Test Foreign language test  


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Blended Learning in K-12
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Mental Health, Challenging Ideas
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Personality Books  collected by Arcadia University
Psychiatric Disorders Handbook from Merk

Psychological Statistics is designed for Minitab.
Psychology, A Student Friendly Approach *(custom copyright)
Psychology in the 21st Century
The Open University
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Although there are many different approaches to learning, there are three basic types of learning theory: behaviorist, cognitive constructivist, and social constructivist. This section provides a brief introduction to each type of learning theory. The theories are treated in four parts: a short historical introduction, a discussion of the view of knowledge presupposed by the theory, an account of how the theory treats learning and student motivation, and finally, an overview of some of the instructional methods promoted by the theory is presented.

  Behaviorism Cognitive Constructivism Social Constructivism
View of knowledge Knowledge is a repertoire of behavioral responses to environmental stimuli. Knowledge systems of cognitive structures are actively constructed by learners based on pre-existing cognitive structures. Knowledge is constructed within social contexts through interactions with a knowledge community.
View of learning Passive absorption of a predefined body of knowledge by the learner. Promoted by repetition and positive reinforcement. Active assimilation and accommodation of new information to existing cognitive structures. Discovery by learners. Integration of students into a knowledge community. Collaborative assimilation and accommodation of new information.
View of motivation Extrinsic, involving positive and negative reinforcement. Intrinsic; learners set their own goals and motivate themselves to learn. Intrinsic and extrinsic. Learning goals and motives are determined both by learners and extrinsic rewards provided by the knowledge community.
Implications for Teaching Correct behavioral responses are transmitted by the teacher and absorbed by the students. The teacher facilitates learning by providing an environment that promotes discovery and assimilation/accommodation. Collaborative learning is facilitated and guided by the teacher. Group work.

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Introductory Psychology

Introduction to Psychology (MIT) 
Audio Lectures    Course Website    
This course surveys questions about human behavior and mental life ranging from how you see to why you fall in love. The great controversies: nature and nurture, free will, consciousness, human differences, self and society. Students are exposed to the range of theoretical perspectives including biological, evolutionary, cognitive, and psychoanalytic. One of the best aspects of Psychology is that you are the subject matter. This makes it possible to do many demonstrations in lecture that allow you to experience the topic under study.
Topics Include:
The Brain: Between the Ears, Behind the Eyes; Motivation and Emotion: "Reason Alone Cannot Move Us To Do Anything"; Learning: The Power of Association; Sensing: Gathering the Information; Attending: Limiting the Information; Perceiving: Interpreting the Information; Memory: What Do You Remember?; Cognition: How Do You Think?; Cognitive Development: How Do Children Think?; Language: What Do You Say?; Language Development: What Do Children Say?; Intelligence: How Do We Know You Are Smart?; The Battle of the Sexes: Love and Evolution; Social Exchange: Romantic Economics; Attitudes and Behaviors: How Can We Be Controlled?; Who Are you? The Psychology of the Self; From Dissociation To Repression; Freud and the Development of Morality; Freud and Fairy Tales; Sleep and Dreams; Defining Mental Illness: Are Suicide Bombers Insane?; Causing Mental Illness: What Can Make You "Lose" Your Mind?; Curing Mental Illness: Beyond Magic Bullets.
Introductory Psychology (York College)

Drugs and Behavior (@ UC Berkeley)
Course Website 
A survey course exploring the basic principles of psychopharmacology. The major focus of the course is on the relationship between behavior and the physiological actions of drugs. Emphasis will be placed on effects of pharmacological agents on complex mental processes such as attention, motivation, learning, and memory.

The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature
Video Lecture @ MIT World     Lecture Website   
  From the book jacket: Our conceptions of human nature affect every aspect of our lives, from the way we raise our children to the political movements we embrace. Yet just as science is bringing us into a golden age of understanding human nature, many people are hostile to the very idea. They fear that a biological understanding of the mind will be used to justify inequality, subvert social change, and dissolve personal responsibility and strip life of meaning and purpose. In The Blank Slate Pinker retraces the history that led people to view human nature as dangerous, and unsnarls the moral and political debates that have entangled the idea along the way.

Positive Psychology (Harvard University)
Positive Psychology: The Science of Happiness  
Tal Ben-Shahar, instructor of the most popular course at Harvard University, discusses the findings of current research on the science of happiness and introduces ideas and tools that can actually make a difference in one's life.

Intelligence, Cognitive Reflection, and Decision Making
Video Lecture @ MIT World      Lecture Website 
  Would you go for the sure bet -- say, a guaranteed $100, or a 75% chance on $200? How about receiving $3,400 this month, or waiting two months to get $3,800?
People have widely varying tastes for risk, and different levels of patience. Decision researchers have known this for a while. But Shane Frederick’s work puts a new spin on the subject. With a deceptively simple “cognitive reflection test (CRT),” Frederick has come up with a way of predicting individuals’ predilections for risk-taking.
Frederick found 3,000 plus subjects -- mostly gambles and other risk-based decisions.

Lecture Website

Words and Rules: The Ingredients of Language 
Video Lecture @ MIT World    Lecture Website    
Why does a three year-old say “I went,” then six months later start saying “I goed”? When you first heard the word “fax,” how did you know the past tense is “faxed”? And why is it that a baseball player is said to have “flied out,” but could never have “flown out”?
After fifteen years of studying words in history, in the laboratory, and in everyday speech, Steven Pinker has worked out the dynamic relationship – searching memory vs. following rules – that determines the forms our speech takes. In one of his final lectures at MIT Pinker gives the ultimate lecture on verbs, in a rich mixture of linguistics, cognitive neuroscience, and a surprising amount of humor. If you’ve ever wondered about the plural of Walkman, or why they are called the Toronto Maple Leafs and not Leaves, this lecture provides answers to these and other questions of modern language.

Pinker's Farewell  
Video Lecture @ MIT World   Lecture Website   
  In this personal and reflective event, Pinker looks back at twenty plus years at MIT and shares his deep appreciation for the place where "ideas and content always come first."  
Recalling his earliest work at the MIT Center for Cognitive Science, he describes the maddening problem of how children learn to use verbs correctly. You can splash the wall with paint and can splash paint on the wall; you can spill water on the floor but you can’t spill the floor with water. Pinker theorized that children unconsciously divide the world of actions into categories like geometry and force, and that humans have evolved a grammar based on this intuitive physics. Pinker discusses Norm Chomsky’s “enormous” impact on him, as well as his profound differences with Chomsky concerning the evolution of humans’ innate ability to acquire language. In spite of jibes from outsiders (often journalists), Pinker says he reveled in teaching MIT’s introductory psychology course. Finally, he describes many sleepless nights while pondering the “most agonizing choice of my career”—his decision to leave MIT for Harvard. 

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PTSD Readings from The Psych Files
Treating PTSD in veterans using telehealth: A potential path towards increasing 
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Blood pressure drug effective for treating PTSD-related nightmares
Trauma reactivity, avoidant coping, and PTSD symptoms: A moderating relationship?
Mindfulness is associated with fewer PTSD symptoms, depressive physical  and 
alcohol problems in urban firefighters.

Can TETRIS Prevent PTSD?
Head Held High: A Tale of Soldiers and PTSD
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A Classic Divide
Classical Conditioning Demonstration with Spray Bottle Instructions 
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Batman Unmasked-The Psychology of the Dark Knight
Janssen on Schizophrenia/You Tube
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