Frequently Asked Questions

I’m a professor and I’m looking for more video to use in my class. Where can I find video that doesn’t require the internet?

The Cengage Learning Psychology team offers a wealth of video, including ABC News, Social Psychology in Film, Revealing Psychology, Research in Action, and the Guest Lecture Series. To inquire about these offerings, contact your local rep by clicking here.

I’m a student and need more resources to help me study. Where can I find help?

Head over to Cengagebrain, where you can buy study guides, eBooks, audiobooks, and more.

Where can I find more video and helpful information?

There are a number of websites. Click here to view our favorites.

Why don’t you have more movie and television clips?

Due to copyright issues, many clips that would be great examples of psychological concepts cannot be embedded in our website. Many more clips can be found on the web than we were able to put on our site, and we encourage you to search for them. (See previous question for a list of helpful websites.)

I just found a great video about psychology and I think you should post it on your site. Who should I talk to?

We’d love to hear any suggestions you have. Please use our contact form to send us a message.

I tried to watch one of your videos and it won’t play. What gives?

Unfortunately, from time to time video is taken down off the websites we link to, for reasons beyond our control. If you find that one of the videos doesn’t work, please let us know by sending us a message.

Where can I find a video about a specific disorder?

We have compiled lists of disorders to help you make the most of Clips for Class. Just click any of the categories in the list below to reveal a list of associated disorders, the title of relevant video(s), and a link to the section where you can find each video. Click the category again to hide the list of disorders. Or, if you prefer, download a list of all the disorders and videos by clicking here.

What are YouTube playlists and how do I set one up?

A playlist is basically a list of bookmarked videos, making it easy for you to categorize them and find them again. You can also email a link to the playlist, so you can share the entire list, rather than sending one video at a time. (For instance, if you’d like your students to watch a certain set of videos, you could set up a playlist and email them the link.) For instructions on how to set up a playlist, watch this video: