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Introductory Psychology Resources


Loopa Loopa provides psychology revision resources for A level students to prepare for university admission. A level is the most common entry qualification route in the UK to university. Loopa covers the learning materials for the most popular exam board for A level psychology which is AQA in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Resources currently include research into the following topics: Social influence, attachment, memory, psychopathology and research methods for first year students. For second year students Loopa covers relationships, gender, cognition and development, schizophrenia, eating behaviour and stress. The final exam paper is covered with research into aggression, forensic psychology and addiction" They are the most in depth material available anywhere and help students with essay writing and structure. They provide template for students to follow for achieving a high grade for psychology.


AcademicEarth.org AcademicEarth.org is an open education site that provides access to free educational resources; they compile a thorough listing of free online courses, free peer-reviewed journals, professional trade magazines, and more. This is a great collection of information for anyone interested in learning about the field of psychology. Students can preview this academic field through several online psychology courses, made available for free from some of the best universities.


On-line Intro psychology course materials, video and audio resources Several universities, educational organization and associations provide an abundance of multimedia resources.

An on-line textbook on Psychology by Russ Dewey

PsychSim 4.0 \ PsychSim 5.0

PsychSim 4.0 and PsychSim 5.0 are web-based interactive tutorials on various areas of Introductory Psychology, by Thomas Ludwig.

Introduction to Psychology at Films on Demand: Digital Educational Video

Films On Demand is the web-based digital video delivery service that allows to view streaming videos from Films Media Group anytime, anywhere, 24/7. More than 5,500 educational titles in various subject areas. They have 54 films on Introduction to Psychology (by September 11, 2010).

Films On Demand delivers high-quality digital video for students and faculty through online catalogs, distance learning courses and learning management systems. The films are available in full or by short segments. Special features allow users the ability to organize and bookmark clips, share playlists, personalize folders and manage the entire collection through an administrative reporting system.