The third Dynamic Learning film introduces students to the Cornell Method and suggests ways it can help them improve the quality of their note-taking.
The second film in the Dynamic Learning series looks at the relationship between sleep and memory and shows students how to apply the knowledge of this relationship to their studies.
The first film in our new Dynamic Learning series of Metacognition films shows students how to develop positive study habits.
Short film exploring the role of the media in relation to fame-seeking mass killers.
Short film covering the ethical questions surrounding the use of non-human animals in psychological research.
Our latest short film looks at the mythologies around the issue of mass killers.
Updated Powerpoint outlining the methodology of Ainsworth’s “Strange Situtaion”.
Short psychology revision film focused on helping students understand and apply the required skill domains.
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Continuing the recent Crime and Criminology vibe with our films (if you’re interested in Geographic Profiling you might also be interested in it’s better-known counterpart Offender Profiling), this companion-piece to Introducing Geographical Offender Profiling complements the original film by using the example of Antoni Imiela, the man the media dubbed the M25 Rapist because the […]