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Code:
2986
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Perfect for observational research - small enough to be unobtrusive. Records both video and audio. Supports AVI format. HD images even when recording in low light conditions. Sound-activated record function. Maximum capacity of 16 GB with micro SD card (not included). 30 frames per second. 720 x 480 pixel resolution; 320 x 240 output. Charges via USB connection (cable included, USB 1.1, 2.0). Built-in rechargeable lithium battery for up to 2 hours recording time. Comes with a range of clips and brackets to attach it to yourself or objects.
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£29.99
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Code:
2988
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A set of 11, high quality, prepared slides comprising: 1. Cerebrum, human, cortex, t.s. 2. Cerebellum, human, t.s. 3. Cerebellum, human, t.s., Weigert stained 4. Spinal cord, human, t.s. for general structure 5. Nerve, human, l.s. 6. Nerve, human, t.s. 7. Spinal cord, cat, t.s., Klyver-Barrera stained 8. Spinal cord, cow, t.s., Nissl stained 9. Cerebrum, cat, t.s., Golgi stained 10. Brain, rat, median l.s. 11. Vertebra with spinal cord, rat, t.s. (Abbreviations: t.s. transverse or cross section, l.s. longitudinal section)
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£89.99
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Code:
2989
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A robust microscope designed for educational purposes. Separate adjustment knobs for fine and coarse setting allow the microscopes to be focused quickly. The low-temperature lighting provides for uniform illumination of the object and avoids the problem of heat affecting the slide. The 30° viewing angle allows for comfortable binocular observation. 3 achromatic objectives (with specimen protection) allow for 40x, 100x, 400x magnification.
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£245.00
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Code:
2990
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A set of 6, high quality, prepared slides comprising: 1. Pituitary gland, human, t.s. 2. Pineal gland, sheep, l.s. 3. Thyroid gland, sheep, t.s. 4. Pancreas with islets of Langerhans, cat, t.s. 5. Adrenal gland, cat, t.s. 6. Corpus luteum in ovary of pig, t.s. (Abbreviations: t.s. transverse or cross section, l.s. longitudinal section).
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£69.99
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Code:
2991
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A quality, advanced level stopwatch that can time 1/100 second intervals for up to 24 hours. Displays hour, minute and seconds and includes date and day. Comes with fabric lanyard for carrying around the neck.
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£6.75
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Code:
2993
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Great for bringing Bandura’s classic 'Bobo doll' study of observational learning to life. Fill the base with water before inflating, so he pops back up when knocked down. Stands 115 cm tall.
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£19.99
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Code:
2994
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Useful for research in the field of anomalistic psychology, but they can also be used as an entertaining way to introduce probability and statistical significance. If you really want to have some fun, learn the subtle marking differences on the back of each symbol and convince people you’re psychic! 25 cards in a pack, 5 of each symbol.
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£10.25
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Code:
2995
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This unique game is based on Albert Ellis’s Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT). It teaches players some of the central principles of this cognitive-behavioural approach by getting them to examine their irrational beliefs and replace them with more adaptive cognitions. The game has been endorsed by Ellis himself who describes it as ‘simple and enjoyable’ and ‘the only game in existence that teaches emotional education to those who choose to play.’ It represents the ideal teaching resource, being both fun and educational, with the maximum effect achieved with 4-9 players.
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£34.75
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Code:
2996
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A game that directly applies the principles of Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT) in order to challenge the irrational, self-defeating thoughts associated with addiction. Used by counsellors as a therapeutic tool to aid in the recovery from addictions such as drinking, smoking, using drugs and over-eating, it also gives a superb insight into the underlying assumptions made by the cognitive approach in relation to addiction. The game can be played by 2-12 people at a time.
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£34.75
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Code:
2998
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Hand tally counter with finger ring to prevent dropping. Perfect for all sorts of quantitative research.
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£7.99
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Code:
2999
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A compact and simple to operate blood pressure monitor that can be used anywhere. The wrist cuff inflates at the touch of a button to give systolic and diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate simultaneously. There are all sorts of potential research applications (eg Type A/B personality, the physiological effect of stressors, the efficacy of stress management techniques, etc).
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£24.99
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Code:
3000
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This impressive CD Rom contains numerous demonstrations and data-gathering experiments in relation to cognitive psychology. The highlights for us, though, are the interactive visual illusions (eg line length adjustment in the Ponzo illusion with feedback on accuracy), and the fact that it allows you to run Sperling’s visual array experiment on iconic memory, and the Loftus stop-yield sign experiment (including slide show and leading questions). There is also a nice demonstration of the fallibility of eyewitness testimony where you see a man planting a bomb and running off, submit a written description of him, and then attempt to pick him out of a line-up 10 minutes later.
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£33.25
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Code:
3002
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For measuring skin sensitivity in relation to pain. Useful for illustrating the physiological-psychological interaction involved in Gate Control Theory.
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£17.60
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Code:
3003
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Goggles that are designed to simulate the effects of alcohol impairment (blood alcohol concentration of .08 to .15 - roughly half a pint of whiskey) by disrupting normal visual perception cues. Wearing them is an extremely disorientating experience that requires appropriate supervision. They are used primarily as a teaching aid to raise awareness of the dangers of alcohol intoxication, but are equally useful in terms of illustrating the importance of the visual perception cues that we usually take for granted.
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£65.00
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Code:
3004
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Goggles that are designed to simulate some of the effects of cannabis intoxication, including visual distortions and a general sense of nausea, so not a good idea to wear them for too long.
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£65.00
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Code:
3007
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The first two fingers of the left hand are placed under the elasticated strap and on the metal contact plates. The device indicates stress levels by means of an adjustable tone which varies in pitch along with physiological arousal.
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£69.99
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Code:
3008
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Plugs into our Galvanic Skin Response Meter to give a quantifiable, visual representation of stress levels (needle moves counter-clockwise as you relax). The meter can also be switched from GSR mode to give temperature biofeedback, which is another valid measure of stress.
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£45.25
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Code:
3009
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Classic Buzz Wire game which is useful for entertaining class demonstrations of the order effect in repeated measures designs. Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).
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£10.99
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Code:
3016
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Demonstrate the reflex responses central to classical conditioning by hitting someone on the knee with this hammer.
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£8.99
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Code:
3019
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Simply attach the sensor to a finger tip in order to measure stress levels.
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£29.99
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Code:
3020
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Actual size, 14 part brain rests in its natural position on a transparent cast of the base of the skull. The model separates into various areas including the cerebral hemispheres, temporal and occipital lobes with limbic system, cerebellum, frontal lobes, corpus callosum, brain stem, and ventricles.
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£670.45
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Code:
3023
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6-times life size model of the eye, in 7 parts, which details: the tunica externa - showing the cornea, and scera with attachments of the ocular muscles, and the optic nerve clearly defined; the tunica media - showing the iris, the ciliary body and behind this the choroids; the retina; and the refracting media - showing the lens, the vitreous body and the anterior and posterior chambers. The diameter of the eyeball is approximately 15cm and overall the model is 23cm tall when mounted on its stand.
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£49.99
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Code:
3024
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Standing 34.3 cm tall, a miniature brain, eye, heart, kidney and artery shows organs affected by hypertension. The organs are removable from the stand. A study card illustrates the effects of hypertension which has been linked to stress.
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£119.99
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Code:
3025
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Plastic replica of a human brain showing multiple views. It dissects into 3 parts and sits on a base.
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£29.99
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Code:
3026
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A vividly painted, life-size model heart. It divides in half to show the inner chambers and valves and comes with removable study cards.
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£64.99
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Code:
3027
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A life-size model on a base showing median and lateral sections. The median section details the central nervous system and the lateral view shows the superficial nerves.
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£349.99
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Code:
3028
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A life-size model of the human brain and brain stem that dissects into 8 parts. The left side is coloured to show the sensory and motor areas. It comes with base and key card.
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£289.99
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Code:
3029
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A life-size anatomical model on a base detailing the brain and skull. The complete brain is removable to show the dura, 12 pairs of cranial nerves and arteries. The brain itself dissects into 8 parts.
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£379.99
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Code:
3030
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Cross-section of an artery demonstrating atherosclerosis, in which a narrowing of the artery is due to a build up of cholesterol and plaque. All stages rotate on a hinge pin. Atherosclerosis has been presented as an explanation for how chronic stress may contribute to cardiovascular problems.
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£57.99
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Code:
3031
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A one-piece, life-size model showing the outer ear, ear canal and inner ear mechanisms.
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£55.99
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Code:
3032
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Kidney and adrenal gland model that dissects into 2 parts. It is removable from the stand.
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£94.99
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Code:
3033
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A simple, slightly enlarged model showing the major anatomical features of the brain. Each region is coloured for easy identification. Supplied with stand and key card. Separates into 4 parts.
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£139.99
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Code:
3034
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Half life-size, nervous system relief model on baseboard, showing a schematic representation of the central and peripheral nervous systems. A perfect model with which to illustrate the nervous system.
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£299.99
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Code:
3035
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This model shows the structure of a typical neuron magnified 2500 times. The sectioned soma shows all of the internal cellular organs. The base measures 52 x 37 cm.
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£484.99
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Code:
3036
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A model showing the external structure of the pituitary gland; thyroid gland; adrenal gland; testis; pancreas; parathyroid gland; and ovary. Mounted on a base.
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£187.99
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Code:
3037
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This 5 times life-size, 4-part model shows all of the features of the human diencephalon. Features shown in detail are the thalamus (bisectable), metathalamus, epithalamus and hypothalamus (nuclei are shown in different colours).
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£139.99
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Code:
3050
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2 times life size, colour-coded brain showing the frontal, temporal, parietal and occipital lobes; the motor, somatosensory and limbic cortex; cerebellum; brain stem. The 12 cranial nerves are numbered.
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£579.99
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Code:
3051
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Enlarged approximately 6 times, the model can be separated into two halves revealing the colour-coded structures of the cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem. The other half is largely transparent but shows the left lateral ventricle and hippocampus. The base has a natural cast of a rat brain on it and there is an illustration of the human brain in median section, with the same areas colour-coded as in the model to facilitate comparison.
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£154.99
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Code:
3052
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Model detailing both side ventricles, the third and fourth ventricles and the Aqueduct of Sylvius.
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£109.99
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Code:
3053
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Enlarged model of a section through the right half of the brain indicating the cerebrospinal fluid areas. The direction of flow is shown by arrows.
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£189.99
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Code:
3054
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A skull typical of the condition hydrocephalus, in which an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the cerebral ventricles causes enlargement of the skull and compression of the brain, destroying much of the neural tissue.
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£244.99
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Code:
3055
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3 coils of the DNA double helix, consisting of nucleic acids, to demonstrate base pairing. The model also shows one RNA cord to demonstrate the basis of transcription.
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£127.99
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