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Animations created to accompany the book help you to visualise the biological processes and functions that can be difficult to understand through text alone.
Video Links save you time searching through YouTube by offering a curated list of videos that demonstrates the key topics of each chapter.
Weblinks provide a list of websites, podcasts and articles to contextualise biological psychology for all learning styles, available on the go via your phone or laptop.
Multiple Choice Questions help you to revise and practise for your exams.
Flashcards help you to memorise new terminology.
Just click on the links to the left.
Animations Teaching Guide include quiz and discussion questions linked to the videos to help you use them in your classroom or for flipped learning.
PowerPoint Slides that can be edited for use in teaching.
PowerPoint Slides of all Methods Boxes offers a collation of all ‘Focus on Methods’ boxes included in the book for you to access easily and slot into your slides when teaching biological psychology research methods.
Test Bank includes a range of chapter-by-chapter short answer and multiple choice questions to check your students’ understanding and facilitate class discussion.
Video Links save you time searching through YouTube by providing a list of useful video clips demonstrating the key topics of each chapter.
Weblinks provide a list of websites, podcasts and articles to contextualise biological psychology for all learning styles and provide useful links to include in your lectures or to point students to for homework.
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