The original psychlotron.org.uk psychology resource website started in 2005 and was regularly updated until 2013. At that point, fatigue, exam specification changes, cancer (my partner’s) and then open heart surgery (mine) collectively intervened to bring further updates to a halt.
As I now have material I’d like to share and a bit more time and motivation I’ve decided to pick up where I left off in 2013. If you used the site before you’ll notice I’ve ditched the lovingly hand-crafted html of yore and will now be building psychlotron using WordPress. I’m hoping that this will make managing the content a bit more straightforward and the addition of things like tags and a search box will make it easier to find what you’re looking for.
If you’re looking for links to resources posted on the old website, try the archive link on the right hand side. I’ve combined all the old resource links on one big fat web page; you’ll have to scroll down until you find what you’re after.
New resources will be posted in the new ‘blog’ format and tagged to make them searchable. Here’s an experimental one to see if the process works as intended: an application problem for teaching the multi-store model of memory.