1. Textual content
Textual content in PsychPics is synthesized from various accredited sources, which are listed in a reference file attached at the end of each entry.
2. Visual content:
The visual content used in PsychPics include a wide range of configurations. Following are the types I have published, and the list still continues.
- Timelines: summarizing the historical development of an area in psychology, such as behavioral psychology.
- Concept maps: summarizing the key points of a section in psychology, such as methods and applications in behavioral psychology.
- Illustrations: depicting empirical studies, such as the Pavlov’s experiment with dogs.
- Diagrams: illustrating concepts and relations between concepts, such as the mechanism of human development.
- Tables: displaying and comparing data or theories, such as comparisons between cognitive perspective in developmental psychology.
- Charts: displaying and comparing data.
All the images published in PsychPics – except for those used in the Inspirations Section – are drawn by myself. Please refer to the Copyright section for the use and distribution of them.