OTHER PSYCHOLOGY THEMED VISITS, London
Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
Discover how well-loved brands evolved through their creative use of packaging and advertising - and how our purchasing decisions evolved with them. The history of consumer culture is revealed decade by decade in a ‘time tunnel’, from the naive charm of the Victorian era to the sophistication of today.
Psychology Exhibitions at the London Science Museum
This fantastic museum offers five object rich galleries to intrigue your KS4 and KS5 Psychology students. We recommend 30-40 mins in these areas including…
• Psychology: Mind Your Head • The Science of Art & Medicine • In Future • Who Am I?
Attenborough Studio at the Natural History Museum
Visit this high-tech studio to watch a 45 minute interactive film entitled 'Who do you think you really are? The film will involve you in a revealing story of evolution from Earth's early history using large-screen projection, personal handsets and webcams. Time exploring the museum afterwards is a must too!
ZSL London Zoo & Animal Learning and Intelligence Workshop
This world famous zoo in the centre of London, allows students to observe the animals and also add-on a choice of educational sessions. In the Animal Learning and Intelligence workshop, students will explore the reasons why we consider certain animals “intelligent” or “not intelligent”, and the theories surrounding how animals learn. They will discover how ZSL uses the science of learning behaviours to benefit animal welfare at the zoo - including the opportunity to observe a live animal training session, and to try out animal training techniques on each other! (45 mins)
The Jewish Museum
This museum encourages understanding of the social psychology of the Holocaust. Educational workshops are available including ‘Never Again Auschwitz’ and ‘Witness the Witness’ which include the rare opportunity to meet a Holocaust Survivor.
The Wellcome Collection
Explores the connections between medicine, life and art in the past, present and future. The venue provides insight to anyone seeking to understand medicine and its role in society - past and present.