Free Resources and Guides about Psychology
From babies, to children, to adults, the brain just keeps growing and changing. Learn the models psychologists use to understand how it changes and what happens if something goes wrong.
The study of how people act when they are around each other is a world of it's own. Read some article to learn why people act different around other people.
The brain works in a mysterious way that we are slowly figuring out. Learn what we already know about it, and where our knowledge is heading!
After many requests, we finally have added a 'serial killer' biography section to our website. Learn about the history and habits of mass murderers!
Personality Psychology is a fun and interesting look at how people behave throughout time. You'll learn how we explain behavior, what traits are and how they are formed, and even how you can predict someone's future from their personality psychometrics.
The world of psychology is full of science-lovers who were fueled by the curiosity of the mind. Explore what we know about the brain with them.
The world of psychology has many niches. Learn about a future profession as a psychologist, including their salaries, duties, and even interviews!
History’s most famous behaviorists performed experiments that showed that our environment can heavily influence our behaviors. Learn what they've learned!
Cognitive Psychology is the study of perception, memory, learning, attention, and decision making. Want to learn how to improve your creativity or study better for a test? Cognitive psychologists have already paved the way!
Learn about the world of Therapy, including the tools and techniques used in the past 100 years.
Habit Harvester is the first ever course from Practical Psychology. Learn how to cut, copy, paste, and grow the habits in your life that will allow you to accomplish your dreams!
Free Psychology Tools:
We developed a FREE 3-in-1 Personality quiz that predicts things about you based on research. Take the free test now!
Modeled after psychological research, this test will point out depressive symptoms to people that may not notice them. Fill out Beck's Depression Inventory.