Mind Maps: Stories from Psychology

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Science Museum

Until Tue Aug 12

  • Free

The first intracerebral EEG, taken in 1958 from an epileptic patient at the Burden Neurological Institute. © Jaron Chubb

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  • Name:

    Science Museum

  • Address:

    Science Museum Exhibition Rd
    London
    SW7 2DD

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 10am-6pm (last adm 5.15pm)

  • Transport:

    Tube: South Kensington

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    1. Science Museum
      • Exhibition Rd
        London
        SW7 2DD
      • 51.497296,-0.176478
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Mind Maps: Stories from Psychology 2014

  • Date Time Price information
  • Fri Aug 1
    10:00
     
  • Sat Aug 2
    10:00
     
  • Sun Aug 3
    10:00
     
  • Mon Aug 4
    10:00
     
  • Tue Aug 5
    10:00
     
  • Wed Aug 6
    10:00
     
  • Thu Aug 7
    10:00
     
  • Fri Aug 8
    10:00
     
  • Sat Aug 9
    10:00
     
  • Sun Aug 10
    10:00
     
  • Mon Aug 11
    10:00
     
  • Tue Aug 12
    10:00
     

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Annabel F

Interesting enough. A bit lacking. Biggest problem is it was SO hot it was unbearable and ruined the experience.

David W

Waste of time and space. Looks like the museum had some things in their basement and couldn't figure out how to display it. There is so much that could have been done with this topic including interactive assessments, Skinner boxes with behavioural training, films of psychological experiments, DIY CBT, psychology of work, organisations, advertisement, health, animals, etc.  Shame on you, science museum.

Ana A

incredibly disappointing for anyone who has a slight knowledge of psychology. if you don't, there's an arguably decent depth of detail in what happened up to 1950s max. after that, there are just a few books on a shelf showing how self-help or something has evolved. one piece showing where we stand today.

Khadija

sounds helpful i might visit because i suffer from bad OCD mainly washing hands and have tried some cognitive behavioural therapy in the past.

Isabella
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You might want to look into spelling PSYCHOLOGY correctly before you post an ad.