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1Title Screen?What is aEach PsyKit contains one resource cd with a detailed PowerPoint presentation (including AQA Key Studies and OCR Core Studies) and printable activities, worksheets and diagrams for students.The PowerPoint presentation can be customised to incorporate your existing teaching notes, providing a comprehensive and flexible resource.The box also contains a relevant dvd and a variety of practical resources for teaching the particular area of psychology.Ideal for Open Evenings as well as teaching to exam syllabi.A PsyKit is a varied collection of classroom activities and practical teaching materials, giving you several lessons in one box.
3Visual Perception PsyKit Diagram of the physiology of the eye.Explanation of how the eye works.Retina, rods, cones.The blind spot.Go back to Contents.
4Visual Perception PsyKit How do visual illusions work?Examples of visual illusions.Gestalt grouping laws.R L Gregory’s explanation.Perceptual constancies.Go back to Contents.
5Visual Perception PsyKit Monocular cues.Binocular cues.Visual Cliff Experiment:Gibson & Walk 1960.Size constancy:Bower 1966.Displaced images:Stratton 1896.Go back to Contents.
6Visual Perception PsyKit Printable worksheets with answer sheets provided.Printable activities sheets.3D images to use with 3D glasses.Optical illusions.Go back to Contents.
7Visual Perception PsyKit Explanation of how visual distortion goggles work.Activities using visual distortion goggles.Go back to Contents.
8Visual Perception PsyKit Explanation of a Möbius Strip.Video footage of how to make a Möbius Strip.Video demonstrations of activities with a Möbius Strip.Go back to Contents.
9Non-Verbal Communication PsyKit Functions of Non-Verbal Communication:Argyle 1988.Paralinguistics:Davitz & Davitz 1961;Argyle, Alkema & Gilmore 1971.Practical implications of research.Go back to Contents.
10Non-Verbal Communication PsyKit Eye contact and gaze:Hess 1963;Exline et al 1967;Argyle 1968;Argyle 1975.Facial expressions:Osgood 1966;Ekman 1971;Sackheim 1978;Yuki et al 2007.Did I get the right screen??Go back to Contents.
11Non-Verbal Communication PsyKit Body language, posture and gestures:Saitz et al 1972.Touch:McGinley, Lefevre & McGinley 1975;McGinley 1975;Fisher, Rytting & Heslin 1976;Lynn & Mynier 1993.Why is study in brackets?Go back to Contents.
12Non-Verbal Communication PsyKit Personal space:Hall 1959;Argyle & Dean 1965;Felipe & Sommer 1966;Sommer 1969;Fisher & Byrne 1975;Zahn 1991;Bell 1996;Willis 1996.Go back to Contents.
13Non-Verbal Communication PsyKit 16 varied activities, worksheets and tables to record results.Printable cue cards for work on basic emotions, body language and personal space.22 photos to practise reading body language.Go back to Contents.
14GCSE Brain Areas of the brain: Forebrain; Midbrain; Hindbrain. Lobes: GCSE Brain PsyKitGCSE BrainAreas of the brain:Forebrain;Midbrain;Hindbrain.Lobes:Frontal;Temporal;Occipital;Parietal.Go back to Contents.
15GCSE Brain Limbic System. MRI scans. PET scans: Raine et al 1997. GCSE Brain PsyKitGCSE BrainLimbic System.MRI scans.PET scans:Raine et al 1997.Event Related Potentials (ERPs).Go back to Contents.
16GCSE Brain Nervous System. Neurons. Neurotransmitters. Networks. GCSE Brain PsyKitGCSE BrainNervous System.Neurons.Neurotransmitters.Networks.Go back to Contents.
17GCSE Brain How to look after your brain: healthy eating; hydration; GCSE Brain PsyKitGCSE BrainHow to look after your brain:healthy eating;hydration;exercise;mental stimulation.Effects of alcohol, nicotine and drugs on the brain.Go back to Contents.
18GCSE Brain Printable worksheets with answer sheets provided. GCSE Brain PsyKitGCSE BrainPrintable worksheets with answer sheets provided.Suggestions for activities using the materials provided in the box.Go back to Contents.
19GCSE Brain PsyKitGCSE BrainMaterials provided for classroom activity to teach the location of the lobes of the brain.Additional labels provided to examine the functions of each lobe.Go back to Contents.
20AS/A2 Biopsychology PsyKit Evolution of the brain, areas of the brain and brain lateralisation.Phineas Gage.Frontal lobe and Broca’s Area.Stages of sleep:Dement & Kleitman 1957.Why does Phineas Gage have a bullet point?Capitals – lobes and Areas??Go back to Contents.
21AS/A2 Biopsychology PsyKit Temporal lobe and Wernicke’s Area.Occipital lobe and split-brain patients:Sperry 1968.Parietal lobe and somatosensory cortex.Limbic System:Maguire et al 2000.Go back to Contents.
22AS/A2 Biopsychology PsyKit Homeostasis.Central Nervous System.Peripheral Nervous System.Autonomic Nervous System.Fight or flight response.Go back to Contents.
23AS/A2 Biopsychology PsyKit Neurons, networks, neurotransmitters, mirror neurons, glial cells.Aggression, addiction, mood disorders, autism.Scanning techniques:Raine et al 1997;De Bellis et al 2001.Go back to Contents.
24AS/A2 Biopsychology PsyKit Printable worksheets with answers.Activities to:demonstrate one-way messages in neurons;demonstrate localisation in hearing using space;show pupillary reflex;show knee reflex;demonstrate use of left and right sides of brain.Go back to Contents.
25AS/A2 Biopsychology PsyKit Materials provided for classroom activity to teach the location of the lobes of the brain.Additional labels provided to examine the functions of each lobe.Additional labels provided to show the consequences of damage to each lobe.Go back to Contents.
26for details or subscribe to Uniview’s psychology e.newsletter. Closing ScreenNew titles in production - checkfor details or subscribe to Uniview’s psychology e.newsletter.“Excellent value for money."C Barker, Head of Psychology, Wells Cathedral School"A fantastic teaching resource!!"K Walsh, creator of alevelpsychology.co.uk