A list of the better apps relating to psychology. Just like my psychology book list - no pseudoscience, no popular psychology, just solid, credible apps relating to psychology.
CBT stands for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. All it means is you can train yourself (by writing down your thoughts) and studying what is untrue, unrealistic, and unfair about each thought. You will invent your own "referee" who will read each thought and give you a true, realistic and fair take.
Learn more, read reviews, and download CBTReferee by Andrew Arrow on the iTunes App Store.
Use your touch screen to rotate and zoom around 29 interactive brain structures. Discover how each brain region functions, what happens when it is injured, and how it is involved in mental illness.
Learn about the structure and function of the human brain by interacting with rotatable 3D models in real-time like you've never seen it before.
Psyc Test Hero: a psychology app for the iPhone, iPad and Android. Ace that next psychology test!
iCounselor - portable self help tool.
All material was written by a licensed psychotherapist (LCSW) with twenty-five years of counseling experience.
Shift is an adventure puzzle platformer with a literal twist to the game play mechanic. You are trapped in an experiment.Shift was released on the web in 2008, and since then it's been played more than 10-million people. Now's your chance to own this amazing game on your iPhone.
Track and set goals for anything that matters to you. TraxItAll is focused on giving you a simple way to track and set goals for anything that matters to you on a daily basis.
A coaching tool that will help you set and meet resolutions. This is one of the few applications that will actually guide you through a process of setting up your new set of goals for the upcoming year.
Offering the most comprehensive psychology study materials for the iPhone, StudyPsych’s EPPP Flash Cards consist of over 2,500 flash cards delineated by all of the specific content areas included on the Examination for Professional Practice of Psychology
Developed by clinical psychologists, MoodKit is a one-of-a-kind app designed to help you apply effective principles of psychology in everyday life. With four integrated tools, MoodKit helps you to engage in mood-enhancing activities, identify and change unhealthy thinking, rate and chart mood across time, and create journal entries using custom templates designed to promote well-being.
What do YOU know about people? Do you think that you know the human psyche? And, do you know the human psyche better than your friends?
You can now test your knowledg...
More than 1500 amazing illusion pics in this App! All pictures looks great on the beautiful screen of your iPad!This application has the largest number of illusions pics in the App Store!
Insight Notes is an iPad-based recordkeeping system designed to meet the needs of professionals who take notes or keep records on a per-client or per-project basis. It is designed to be secure, simple, intuitive, and convenient. Insight Notes was originally designed to meet the needs of health professionals who have strict security requirements and who wish to keep electronic notes, but do not need a multifaceted practice-management system tied to billing, insurance claims, scheduling, or invoicing.
The Simon Effect game may seem simple at first: a colored box appears and you just tap the button that has the same name as the color of the box. But here’s the thing: sometimes the box appears right above the correct button and sometimes it appears above the incorrect button.
oesn’t sound too confusing but surprisingly it is! In t his game you’ll learn about the Simon Effect. It’s similar to the Stroop Effect but with a twist and you’d be surprised how important a role this plays in your own life. Whenever you try to operate your phone, your oven or your car you’re working with the Simon Effect: it’s always better if the stimulus and the response are in the same approximate location.
Fun app: take a photo and add any one of a number of pictures of Freud - a "Freudie Selfie"! (or "Siggie Selfie" if you like...)