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5 Steps Toward Better Teaching - In or Out of a Pandemic5 Steps Toward Better Teaching - In or Out of a Pandemic

Written by David Boninger and Brett Pelham, authors of Introductory Psychology in Modules

 

The Paradoxical Wonderfulness of Knowing the End of Life Is NearThe Paradoxical Wonderfulness of Knowing the End of Life Is Near

Written by David Boninger and Brett Pelham, authors of Introductory Psychology in Modules

 

The Challenge and Risk of Seeing Problems as Clinical DisordersThe Challenge and Risk of Seeing Problems as Clinical Disorders

Written by David Boninger and Brett Pelham, authors of Introductory Psychology in Modules

 

The Dark Forest – Psychometric Weapons in CyberspaceThe Dark Forest - Psychometric Weapons in Cyberspace

Written by John Rust, Co-Author of Modern Psychometrics

 

What is "normal" personality?

Written by Colin Cooper, Author of Individual Differences and Personality

 

‘I Want to Work with Animals, But Don’t Want to Study Veterinary Medicine – What Should I Do?’: Advising Students About the Field of HAI

Written by Lori Kogan, PhD, Co-Editor of Career Paths in Human-Animal Interaction for Social and Behavioral Scientists.

Aggression in Times of Covid-19: The Social Costs of the Pandemic

Written by Barbara Krahé, author of The Social Psychology of Aggression.

 

Supporting Students with Their Mental Health (White Paper)

This white paper examines the results of our recent surveys on student mental health and asks how Faculty members can support their students, offering advice on dealing with stigma, guiding students into good self-care practices and understanding the best way of sign-posting students to professional help when needed.
 

The Student's Guide to Cognitive Neuroscience (Video Series)

Jamie Ward, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Sussex, UK and author of The Student's Guide to Cognitive Neuroscience, has put together a collection of short videos ideal for students studying online.

 

Routledge Studies in Psychology (Chapter Sampler)

We've selected chapters from four of our new and leading Psychology textbooks. Download your free copy here.

 

Study and Research Skills for Students of Psychology (Freebook)

With excerpts from five Routledge titles, this FreeBook, curated by Routledge in association with the European Federation of Psychology Students' Associations, features chapters that focus on studying, research, essay writing, data measurement, and how to best use sources.

The Psychology of Everything (FreeBook)

The Psychology of Everything series explores the hidden psychological factors that drive us, from our subconscious desires and aversions, to our natural social instincts. Sample the first chapter from each of the 11 fascinating titles here.

Psychology Audiobooks

Treat your ears with our new Psychology audiobooks! These audiobooks are available from all major retailers including Apple iTunes store, Google Play store, Audible, Amazon, Storytel and Kobo, but you can learn more about them here.

Writing Dissertations and Theses in Psychology (Free Chapter)

This accessible guide equips students to succeed in their master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation in psychology. The authors provide concrete assistance to the myriad tasks and requirements that students will encounter as they plan, conduct, and present their dissertation or thesis research. Download a free chapter here.
 

Modern Psychometrics (Free Chapter)

This popular text introduces the reader to all aspects of psychometric assessment, including its history, the construction and administration of traditional tests, and the latest techniques for psychometric assessment online. Download a free chapter here.