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Here is a perfect example of classical conditioning that, in my opinion, is a little more entertaining than Pavlov's dogs.

Contributed by Megan Turner

There is so much more to psychology than just clinical psychology. In the field, there are so many clinical psychologists. The field has a demand for many different kinds of psychologists that people sometimes do not even know about.

Contributed by Brooke Marion Brundage

If you really understand the concept of psychology, you can tell what a person is feeling in terms of general emotions or thoughts by looking into their eyes. When a person falls in love they feel connected most when they look into the eyes of the person they love. This is why love birds stare into eachothers eyes because the world "disappears."

Contributed by Brooke Marion Brundage

Amygdala-controls aggression and fear!! Once scientists did a study and damaged an aggressive monkey's amygdala. The monkey was serene from then on.

Contributed by Kelly MacMillan

Top 10 Psychology Movies (All About Pschology choices) See following link to check out the top 10 psychology movies based on a poll of over 2000 people.

Contributed by Laura Diana Escamilla

I love this psychology image!

It's from an article titled: "Why doesn't the field of psychology have a unifying theory — and where can it get one?" The article is interesting, too. It can be found at:

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

"Give Paul Bloom one hour, and he'll teach you "the psychology of everything," illustrating some of the most fundamental elements of human nature through case studies about compassion, racism, and sex. He discusses some of the biggest questions in the nature versus nurture debate, including "Are we hard-wired to care about others?" Bloom points out why stereotyping can be both detrimental and beneficial, and he even explains what the porn preference of monkeys tells us about our own sexual choosiness, or lack thereof. After the hour is up you'll understand why Bloom calls psychology, because of its cross-disciplinary nature, "the perfect liberal arts major."

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

The Art of Misdirection

See following link to watch a brilliant TED video featuring pickpocket Apollo Robbins demonstrating how flaws in human perception make it possible to swipe a wallet and leave it on its owner’s shoulder while they remain clueless.

Contributed by Laura Diana Escamilla