April 22, 2012
I have created a series of university-level courses. They are offered non-credit but they might well be what gets you through college. Each course is divided into 10 segements (days) and presented as if you were taking a cruise or a tour. There are lots of videos, study aids and clear explanations.
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April 20, 2012
Biological psychology is also called physiological psychology, neuro-psychology, psychobiology and psychophysiology. As the names suggest, it is trying to understand the biological underpinings of human behavior.
July 1, 2011
Statistics is an area of mathematics, a collection of tools for analyzing data, and a way of thinking. As a subset of mathematics, statistics can be the study of multidimensional space, models of chance, or representational structure and change. For most people, statistics is more practical. [Read more]
June 1, 2011
Everyone in psychology has at least one idea about what should be excluded in a definition of personality. But nobody agrees on what should be included. Some say there are over 50 definitions of personality but I think that’s a major underestimate. About all everyone agrees on is that there are too many definitions of personality. [Read more]
April 1, 2011
General Psychology is a survey course. Like a survey of a piece of land, this survey shows you the boundary markers. So you get a broad view of the field of psychology but not a detailed map. [Read more]