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Association for Psychological Science: Classroom Resources

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The Association for Psychological Science (featured in the 10-24-2014 Scout Report) consists of "[m]ore than 30,000 leading psychological scientists, academics, clinicians, researchers, educators, administrators, and students from more than 80 countries" who aim to share research, create global connections and foster more awareness and knowledge of psychological science. The APS offers a collection of teaching resources related to teaching psychological science, which may be appealing to high school and college level instructors, in addition to psychology students. One such resource includes a Teaching "Top 40" Playlist, which compiles a variety of materials (such as articles and APS convention speeches) relating to 40 major topics in psychology, including Aging, Learning in Young Children, and Visual Perception. Another resource, The New Statistics: Estimation and Research Integrity, offers a video recording of a multi-part workshop, led by Geoff Cumming of Australia's La Trobe University, about "new statistics."
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2017-09-01
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2017-08-30 16:37:54
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2017-09-01 10:03:48
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