Unit 6 Myers’ Psychology for AP – Part 1

Abe and Frank summarize the first half of Unit 6, Learning, in Myers’ Psychology for AP textbook. We cover the main points you should remember from the section with our usual blend of on-screen notes, in person explanations, and humor. If you have any questions, or want us to go more in depth on any … Read more Unit 6 Myers’ Psychology for AP – Part 1

Eugene Ranks Every Astrological Sign From Best To Worst

Eugene reads the stars to filth in the most brutally honest ranking of the twelve zodiac signs on the Internet. How would you rank the astrological signs? #RankKing Check out our newest merch drop, including a new sweatshirt, joggers, a dad hat, a notebook, and a poster at http://www.tryguys.com Support us! http://www.patreon.com/tryguys. Join our Patreon … Read more Eugene Ranks Every Astrological Sign From Best To Worst

How To Make a Hollow Mask Illusion – Psychology for Kids – ExpeRimental #22

Baffle your brain with the famous ‘hollow mask illusion’, and experiment with how it works by making your own. Download the info sheet here: http://www.rigb.org/families/experimental/hollow-masks Watch the Einstein mask illusion: https://youtu.be/pH9dAbPOR6M Rachel and her children Eva and Daniel explore how our brains perceive faces by experimenting with a classic illusion. In this activity, Eva and … Read more How To Make a Hollow Mask Illusion – Psychology for Kids – ExpeRimental #22

How To Make Fake Poo – Psychology for Kids – ExpeRimental #26

Follow our recipe for delicious fake poo made of chocolate and biscuits, and teach your children about how our emotions form. Download the infosheet & emotion cards here: http://www.rigb.org/families/experimental/disgusting-dining Shock your children by taking a taste of a repulsive poo! Then, by following our recipe, explore what it is that makes us feel emotions like … Read more How To Make Fake Poo – Psychology for Kids – ExpeRimental #26

How To Make Your Own Animations – Psychology for Kids – ExpeRimental #27

Make your own thaumatrope and phenakistoscopes, and explore how we perceive motion. Download all the templates here: http://www.rigb.org/families/experimental/spinema We’re all used to seeing films and animations. This activity is all about understanding a bit more about how these work, and why our brains perceive what is actually a series of still images as flowing motion. … Read more How To Make Your Own Animations – Psychology for Kids – ExpeRimental #27

What Being a PSYCHOLOGY Research Assistant is Like! // COLLEGE

I’ve been a psychology research assistant at UC Davis since this summer and I thought I’d share my experience! How I got the position, what it entails, and what I’ve gotten out of it! Like, Comment, Subscribe! Feel free to ask any questions! Follow me on instagram! https://www.instagram.com/theolivia_bell/