Explore your brain with the third series of ExpeRimental. These films were supported by the British Psychological Society.
All about ExpeRimental, our series of videos that help you bring science home.
Five things to keep in mind while doing the activities to get the most out of science experiments at home with your children.
Investigate how your memory works, and learn a cunning trick to help memorise lots of things.
Baffle your brain with the famous 'hollow mask illusion', and experiment with how it works by making your own.
Experiment with your perception of distance and size by making the amazing Ames room illusion.
Confuse your body with eight illusions to experiment with your sense of 'proprioception'.
Learn how different parts of your brain deal with different tasks, test your multitasking skills, and explore how some activities 'interfere' with each other.
Make a delicious and disgusting fake poo, and learn about how our emotions form.
Create your very own hand-made animations, and learn about how we perceive motion.
Find out why we see faces in inanimate objects and learn about what features are most important in recognising a face.
Learn to make splatter pictures and experiment with trying to spot hidden images in random patterns.
Share a photo of you and your kids doing one of our psychology activities to win £100 and an activity goodie bag!