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INSET: Psychology and the Web

Harnessing the power of the web for Psychology Teachers Course leaders Jamie Davies (PsychBLOG) and Mark Holah (Holah.co.uk) Thursday 6th November 2008, 10am-4pm. Regus Centre, London. Click here for Course Flyer and Booking Details Jamie Davies along with Mark Holah and Cara Flanagan we will be giving a hands-on guided tour of wikis, forums, file […]

Review: Mind Habits – reduce stress levels and boost your confidence and self-esteem

In these days of interactive games, brain training, and other make ‘yourself better’ programs Mind Habits brings something to the table that is supported by research and looks at stress, self-esteem and confidence in a fun and practical way. Worrying about your next date or the big presentation to your boss? Feeling low? Instead of […]

Free Journal Access (only until 30th Sept)

This is a quick ‘heads-up’ to all.  Sage Journals are offering free access to a massive number of Psychology, Counselling and Psycharity journals until the 30th September.   Might come in useful to students writing assignments or coursework; or just for those who’d like to do a little extra reading.  Well worth a look. Get […]

Proudly announcing PsychClips.co.uk

Following the success of our file sharing site for psychology teachers (PsychExchange.co.uk if you didn’t already know) we now release to the masses a video clip sharing site. PsychClips is a great new web site for psychology teachers to share video and audio clips that are hosted on youtube-type sites. There are already almost 100 […]

Keeping Current: The British Crime Survey

Within Crime-Victim interaction we look at the ‘fear of crime’ and many students learn about the British Crime Survey as part of this. More-and-more so students are using out-dated versions of the BCS (like pre-2000 which seems to be in many text books) which are methodologically flawed in their delivery. Following a review in 2001 […]