About Other APA Videos

APA has produced a number of videos that are intended as supplementary material for teaching psychological concepts and introducing students to the field of psychology or as stimulus material for professional workshops or individual practitioner use. They cover a variety of topics, from animal laboratory testing to legal and therapist–client boundary issues.

Although these videos are stand-alone products that fall outside the main APA Psychotherapy Video Series, viewers will find them useful and valuable supplements to the practitioner material in the main APA Psychotherapy Video Series.


  • B. F. Skinner's Keynote Address

    Behavioral psychologist Dr. B. F. Skinner presented this keynote address at the American Psychological Association's 1990 Annual Convention.

  • The Importance of Lab Animal Research in Psychology

    This video focuses on the importance of research with laboratory animals in the field of psychopharmacology.

  • Legal Risk Management for Associations

    Legal Risk Management for Associations is intended to help association volunteers and employees identify potential legal problems and seek legal assistance if needed.

  • Perception and Action

    This video focuses on the study of similarities and differences in people and other animals in their sensation and perception of the world and how this research advances our understanding of sensory processes, perception, and action.

  • Psychology: Scientific Problem Solvers

    This video dynamically introduces one to careers in psychology. It is especially designed to capture the interest of the MTV generation.

  • Psychology

    The American Psychological Association (APA), in collaboration with the Ontario Science Centre, has developed an exciting, hands-on museum exhibition designed to introduce the general public to the breadth, depth, and diversity of more than 100 years of psychological research.

  • Reclaiming Hope in a Changed World

    In this video, numerous psychologists and trauma experts not only to capture the emotions of the September 2001 terrorist attacks but show us how to move beyond them.