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  • No Pause for Thought? Brexit, Bias and Political Manipulation Creative commons image Icon threefishsleeping under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license

    No Pause for Thought? Brexit, Bias and Political Manipulation

    By Dr Volker Patent

    The psychology of Brexit and contemporary politics, in a series of articles by Volker Patent. In this first article,...

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    Article

    10 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    16 May 2017

  • No Pause for Thought? Brexit, Bias and Political Manipulation

    No Pause for Thought? Brexit, Bias and Political Manipulation Creative commons image Icon threefishsleeping under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license
    Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 16 May 2017
    The psychology of Brexit and contemporary politics, in a series of articles by Volker Patent. In this first article, we look at how the language of Brexit...
  • Are you a super recogniser? Creative commons image Icon The Open University under Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license

    Are you a super recogniser?

    By Professor Graham Pike, Dr Hayley Ness

    Super-recognisers have an above average ability to recognise faces. Do you? Try our quiz to find out. 

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    Activity

    10 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    28 Apr 2017

  • Are you a super recogniser?

    Are you a super recogniser? Creative commons image Icon The Open University under Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license
    Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 28 Apr 2017
    Super-recognisers have an above average ability to recognise faces. Do you? Try our quiz to find out. 
  • Are selfies a terrible thing? Creative commons image Icon Ellen De Vos under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license

    Are selfies a terrible thing?

    By Rose Capdevila, Dr Lisa Lazard

    Is the rise of the selfie a sign of a culture collapsing into narcissism - or is there something positive in the...

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    Article

    5 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    13 Apr 2017

  • Are selfies a terrible thing?

    Are selfies a terrible thing? Creative commons image Icon Ellen De Vos under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
    Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 13 Apr 2017
    Is the rise of the selfie a sign of a culture collapsing into narcissism - or is there something positive in the trend of arm's length self portraiture?
  • Why do call centre staff use your name all the time, Chris? Creative commons image Icon Bryce Johnson under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
    Article

    5 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    13 Apr 2017

  • Why do call centre staff use your name all the time, Chris?

    Why do call centre staff use your name all the time, Chris? Creative commons image Icon Bryce Johnson under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
    Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 13 Apr 2017
    Chris, if you've had to deal with a call centre you might have noticed they use your name a lot. Do you know, Chris, why they do this? Well, Chris, The OU's...
  • Methods in Motion: Remaking experimental philosophy Creative commons image Icon flikr under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license

    Methods in Motion: Remaking experimental philosophy

    By Dr Claire Hewson

    The emerging experimental philosophy movement, borrowing approaches from psychology, is interesting - but it can and...

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    Article

    5 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    14 Mar 2017

  • Methods in Motion: Remaking experimental philosophy

    Methods in Motion: Remaking experimental philosophy Creative commons image Icon flikr under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
    Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 14 Mar 2017
    The emerging experimental philosophy movement, borrowing approaches from psychology, is interesting - but it can and should go further, believes Claire Hewson
  • In Our Time on Psychology: An OpenLearn listening list Creative commons image Icon Asim Bisjarni under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license

    In Our Time on Psychology: An OpenLearn listening list

    This week, BBC Radio 4's In Our Time broadcast its 750th edition. We've taken a dip in their archives to find five...

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    Audio

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    10 Feb 2017

  • In Our Time on Psychology: An OpenLearn listening list

    In Our Time on Psychology: An OpenLearn listening list Creative commons image Icon Asim Bisjarni under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
    Introductory level Updated 10 Feb 2017
    This week, BBC Radio 4's In Our Time broadcast its 750th edition. We've taken a dip in their archives to find five episodes that explore psychology.
  • Methods in Motion: The social psychology of citizenship Creative commons image Icon HM Treasury under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license

    Methods in Motion: The social psychology of citizenship

    By Eleni Andreouli

    Taking the tools of psychology and using them to explore citizenship can be revealing - so why doesn't it happen...

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    Article

    5 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    07 Feb 2017

  • Methods in Motion: The social psychology of citizenship

    Methods in Motion: The social psychology of citizenship Creative commons image Icon HM Treasury under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license
    Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Feb 2017
    Taking the tools of psychology and using them to explore citizenship can be revealing - so why doesn't it happen more often, asks Eleni Andreouli.
  • Desert Island Discs at 75: An OpenLearn listening list Creative commons image Icon StagiaireMGIMO under Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license

    Desert Island Discs at 75: An OpenLearn listening list

    By The OpenLearn team

    This weekend, BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs celebrates its 75th anniversary. Join us for a rummage in the...

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    10 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    27 Jan 2017

  • Desert Island Discs at 75: An OpenLearn listening list

    Desert Island Discs at 75: An OpenLearn listening list Creative commons image Icon StagiaireMGIMO under Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license
    Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 27 Jan 2017
    This weekend, BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs celebrates its 75th anniversary. Join us for a rummage in the archives.
  • Gifting: An OpenLearn reading list Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: tookapic

    Gifting: An OpenLearn reading list

    By The OpenLearn team

    Is it ok to regift? How much effort do you have to put into pretending to like a present? We've dug into the research...

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    Article

    Updated on:

    22 Dec 2016

  • Gifting: An OpenLearn reading list

    Gifting: An OpenLearn reading list Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: tookapic
    Updated 22 Dec 2016
    Is it ok to regift? How much effort do you have to put into pretending to like a present? We've dug into the research for you.
  • I-SPY: Find out more about the research on Internet infidelity Creative commons image Icon The Open University under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 license
    Article

    10 mins

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    01 Dec 2016

  • I-SPY: Find out more about the research on Internet infidelity

    I-SPY: Find out more about the research on Internet infidelity Creative commons image Icon The Open University under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 license
    Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 01 Dec 2016
    If you enjoyed our I-SPY series and want to dig deeper, find out more about the research on infidelity with Dr Andreas Vosser and Naomi Moller.

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  • Children and violence: An introductory, international and interdisciplinary approach

    Children are subject to many forms of adversity, for example, poverty or ill health. However, a significant form of adversity experienced by...

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    Free course

    20 hours

    Level: 2 Intermediate

    Updated on:

    07 Mar 2016

  • From sound to meaning: hearing, speech and language

    Human communication is vastly more complex than that of any other species we know about. It is so complex that linguists are only just beginning to...

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    Free course

    12 hours

    Level: 2 Intermediate

    Updated on:

    02 Mar 2016

  • From sound to meaning: hearing, speech and language

    From sound to meaning: hearing, speech and language Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Used with permission
    Intermediate level Duration 12 hours Updated 02 Mar 2016
    Human communication is vastly more complex than that of any other species we know...
  • Political ordering

    This free course, Political ordering, asks questions about what states are and how they are involved in the processes of governing and ordering...

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    Free course

    10 hours

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    24 Feb 2016

  • Political ordering

    Political ordering Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Used with permission
    Introductory level Duration 10 hours Updated 24 Feb 2016
    This free course, Political ordering, asks questions about what states are and how...
  • Attachment in the early years

    This free course, Attachment in the early years, covers theory and research in the area of attachment in early childhood. In the 1950s, John Bowlby...

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    Free course

    6 hours

    Level: 2 Intermediate

    Updated on:

    16 Feb 2016

  • Attachment in the early years

    Attachment in the early years Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: iStock
    Intermediate level Duration 6 hours Updated 16 Feb 2016
    This free course, Attachment in the early years, covers theory and research in the...
  • Does prison work?

    Does prison work and what purpose does it serve? This free course allows you to listen to a discussion on the purpose, efficacy and regulation of...

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    Free course

    1 hour

    Level: 2 Intermediate

    Updated on:

    05 Feb 2016

  • Does prison work?

    Does prison work? Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Used with permission
    Intermediate level Duration 1 hour Updated 05 Feb 2016
    Does prison work and what purpose does it serve? This free course allows you to...
  • Critical Social Psychology

    We live in a complex, fast changing and highly social world. One of the most compelling questions we face is how to understand ourselves and other people. ...

    By The iTunes U team

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    Video

    2 hours

    Level: 1 Introductory

    Updated on:

    26 Apr 2009

  • Critical Social Psychology

    Critical Social Psychology Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: The Open University 2009
    Introductory level Duration 2 hours Updated 26 Apr 2009
    We live in a complex, fast changing and highly social world. One of the most...
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