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Free Will

Films that is.

Every Single One we’ve ever made. Plus all the one’s we’ve yet to make.

For just £2 a month (or $2.7 if you’re dialling-in from America).

Granted we’re probably talking about some sort of Speciality Tea here and if we’d stuck to coffee that would have definitely worked.

For sure.

But, against that, “The price of a cup of coffee” has been done to death and, as far as we know there’s no Belle and Sebastian tune celebrating the latter. Sort-of. If you’re not really paying attention to the words.

More importantly, what you currently get for your £2 a month are the following films all neatly categorised as follows:

Research Methods

Laboratory Experiments, Experimental Design, Field Experiments, Natural Experiments, Observational Methods, Self Report Studies, Case Study Research,  Correlations, Sampling, Reliability and Validity, Variables, Reductionism

Issues

Ethics and Ethical Issues, Using Non-Human Animals in Research, Ethnocentrism, Socially Sensitive Research, The Usefulness of Psychological Research, Beyond Milgram Obedience and Identity, Beyond Genetics, Rethinking Obesity: Nature via Nurture, Beyond Milgram: Obedience and Identity, Aftershock: Milgram, Obedience and Identity, Mental Illness: A Cage and Freezing Water

Debates

Of Mice and Monkeys: Animal Research in Psychology, Psychology and Science, Nature-Nurture, Determinism and Free Will, Individualistic and Situational Psychology, The Ethics of Abortion, Are You What Your Mother Ate? The Agouti Mouse Study, Loftus and False Memories, Lost in the Mall, The English-Romanian Adoptees Project

Attachment

Bowlby and Maternal Deprivation, Ainsworth and the Strange Situation, MindMindedness and Attachment Security, A Science of Falling in Love?

Sleep

Why do we sleep?, The structure of sleep, Insomnia Causes and Treatments, Sleep, Memory and learning

Crime

On Being Sane in Insane Places, Offender Profiling, Media and Aggression, Jim Fallon: Natural Born Killer?

Revision

Natural Experiments

Laboratory Experiments, Field Experiments, Natural Experiments, Experimental Design, Naturalistic Observation, Correlations, Self-Report Methods, Case Studies, Reliability and Validity, Sampling, Variables, Reductionism, Nature-Nurture, Determinism and Free Will, Psychology and Science, Individualistic and Situational Psychology, Ethics, Socially Sensitive Research, The Usefulness of Psychological Research, Ethnocentrism

How To Films

Spearman’s Rho, Sign Test, Chi Square Test, Mann-Whitney Test, Probability Tests, Wilcoxen Sign Rank Test

Most of the films are fairly short – around 5 – 10 minutes – and they’re mainly designed to introduce students to key psychological concepts, theories or methods. Having said that we’ve included a range of revision films and some “How To” films designed to walk students through various mathematical tests. There are also a few longer films that deal with an area or writer in a bit more depth (the work of Milgram and Loftus being cases in point).

And in case you’re wondering, we’ve gone for a monthly subscription model so you only need to pay for the subscription when you need it.

If you’re unlikely to use it over the summer months, for example, then you can drop the subscription and pick it up again when you do plan to use it (although since the films are all available On-Demand from any machine – desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile phone. Even your fridge if it’s connected to the Internet. Possibly. We’re not certain about that last one) – you might want to let your students have access to the film library when they’re not in school / college.

In which case, you can.

We’re flexible like that.

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