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Psychology has a new free course available on OpenLearn: Making sense of ourselves. It introduces you to well-known psychological topics by asking and answering everyday questions, such as: Why don’t we like one another? Why would I hang around with you? Do you see what I see? What’s the point of childhood? You’ll learn how… Continue reading New free course: Making sense of ourselves
The OU Faculty of Social Sciences - which the School of Psychology is part of - is videoing chats between experts from different disciplines. Here's the first one all about Halloween. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_7-y5J-nOw
Check out this amazing new poster for DD310 - Counselling and forensic psychology: investigating crime and therapy.
A new BBC series on the arts of Oceania is a useful reminder of issues around culture and, perhaps less obviously, different theories about the nature of people. The Level 3 module Advancing social psychology (DD317) discusses culture, including the sometimes problematic assumptions that derive from classic psychological studies of 'other' people that were conducted… Continue reading Culture, art and a social psychological issue