I’ve compiled a reading list based on the books I acquired during my undergraduate and graduate psychology programs. I’ve not listed the year I took the course because, with the exception of Introduction to Psychology being required first year and History and Systems being required in our last year (History and Systems was supposed to serve as a GRE study ...
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Cambridge Brain Sciences (cambridgebrainsciences.com)
Several "brain-training" type experiments including span tasks, mental rotation, and paired associate memory. Some tests require free registration on the site to complete. Data from the tests may be used for research purposes. Created by Adam Hampshire and Adrian Owen at ...
The American Psychological Association requires graduate programs to cover a range of core competencies, including "the breadth of scientific psychology, it's history and development, it's research methods, and its applications. To achieve this end, the students shall be exposed to the current body of knowledge in at least the following areas:...history and ...
Another good set of psychological datasets can be found on the website of the European Journal of Psychological Assessment:
There are datasets aligned with over 20 studies often in the area of psychological tests.
There is a LOT more to "your eye doesn't 'see' images, your brain reconstructs them" then what is shown in that picture. After the image is flipped and distorted, contrast information at various scales is extracted and pretty much everything else is thrown away. Here is a simulation of that:
This information is then used to build up progressively more ...
Inquisit is a tool for running online psychological experiments.
It has a huge task library.
A quick look says that they have:
6 different stroop tasks. E.g., http://www.millisecond.com/download/library/Stroop/FoodStroop/
Heaps of IAT examples: http://www.millisecond.com/download/library/IAT/AgeIAT/...
The university of Oslo teaches a rather big part of the history of psychological research. I've completed it myself, so I know for sure. Do note that the subject also involves a lot more than just history.
There are hundreds of introductory textbooks out there, not just for psych in general but for the fields in psychology, so choosing a text isn't straightforward. You would be best off asking for an expert opinion from those who have taught intro courses at a university, and then check the ratings on Amazon. For example, you can go the psychology department ...
Please see Mental Rotation for a demo that works on phones, tablets, and desktops; it does not require signup.
Not R packages, but:
Best psychological datasets I found on the internet was from the dataverse at Harvard: https://dataverse.harvard.edu
https://osf.io also has good data sets, but the search engine is mediocre. It is usually more convenient to search from google directly.