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Teaching Psychology With Movies

Whether you want to bring your psychology curriculum alive with movies that explore essential concepts - OR - you just want to talk more deeply with your kids about the movies they love to watch, then we've got a list for you. From classics to contemporary to animated movies, we've listed over 60 movies to fit your learning objectives.

If you're not already using a psychology curriculum, take a look at these 3 resources that will help you flesh out your discussions.

  1. Crash Course Videos

  2. This FREE 40-episode series, available through YouTube, covers most key concepts found in a year-long high school pyschology class. Each video is about 10-minutes long. Because each episode is jam-packed with information, you'll want a way to process it with your kids, so we've created comprehension quizzes you can use for each mini lecture.

  3. Psychology 101 Online Textbook

  4. Access a free copy of this psych textbook written by Dr. Christopher Heffner and originally published in 2001. Because the text is almost 20 years old, you will want to supplement with some google searches to read about up-to-date research.

  5. Psych 101 Hardcover Book

  6. For about $10, this ~280 page book by Paul Kleinman is, by far, the best little pocket book we've found that clearly describes psychology concepts in an easy-to-understand manner - and pairs up nicely with the Crash Course video series.

Psychology Movies By Concept


April 07, 2020


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