Psych Up!

I have been there.  I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 1969 and afterwards spent five years in the U.S. Air Force as a Security Policeman.  I changed my major to Commercial Art and received an AAS in 1979.  I then taught school in post-secondary education for five years and then another 7 years at two different colleges.  Finally, at 64 I have gone back to school to get my Master’s Degree in Psychology.  Good luck with that my friends say!  I was required to pass the GRE Psychology Subject Test before I could receive my Masters Degree.  Forty-five years ago the only theorist I learned about was Maslow, Freud, Pavlov, Watson, Skinner and Rogers...maybe.  So now the test has folks like Frankel, Miller, Hieder and Lange.  Who?  Trust me, I too had trouble remembering them along with theories about sensation and perception and physiological psychology...and on and on and... The list of theorist are now longer than the line at the driver’s license renewal center and there are areas of psychology that will show up on the GRE test that many universities do not offer extensive courses in.  I have put together some great videos that if you take a few notes, pay attention and have some fun while learning you can improve your GRE Psychology Subject Test score enough to pass the subject test the next time around.  Psych Up!

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