Psychology Super Curricular Resources

Need help with finding some super curricular reading for Psychology? Check out these online resources:

99% Invisible is a sound rich, narrative podcast hosted by Roman Mars about all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world. 

Nature Human Behaviour journal publishes not only primary research but also publishes reviews, critical comment, news and analysis.

Oxford Research: To the Zooniverse and beyond - Harnessing the time and skills of millions of volunteers worldwide is proving to be an extremely powerful way of driving research in fields as diverse as history, zoology, physics and even the response to humanitarian disasters.

Self Care with Drs Sarah - Podcast Women in Science - Podcast available via various media including Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and Spotify

The Infinite Monkey Cage - Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince.

The New Scientist is the world’s most popular weekly science and technology publication. Their website, app and print editions cover international news from a scientific standpoint, and ask the big-picture questions about life, the universe and what it means to be human. If someone in the world has a good idea, you will read about it in New Scientist.

Toodlers Think for Themselves! - Social learning has been a large focus of early developmental psychology for the past three decades. While it reveals how culture is transmitted to young children, questions about how young children come up with their own ideas and learn for themselves have been largely ignored. This talk, with Dr Elena Hoicka from the University of Bristol, will present research showing that toddlers can be creative and come up with their own ideas. Elena will focus on toddlers' creation of their own novel jokes and pretending, and toddlers' divergent thinking with novel objects.