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With his permission and giving all credit to Mr. Aaron Collins, the reference to his website below is an excellent source for supplementing and referral.  When making an assignment, reference his site, links and suggestions will often be made.  He is an experienced AP Psych teacher who has given permission for his site to be accessed for reference.  Be appreciative, be smart and build on the efforts and expertise of others. 
 
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Extensive review powerpoints and study helps:

 

Jill McCracken, fellow AP Psychology teacher, offers her site:

http://jmccrackenworld.com/

Most often made mistakes by AP Psychology students:

http://hhspsychology.com/Documents/Top%2010%20Mistakes%20of%20High%20School%20Psychology%20Students.ppt#270,7,Self-Fulfilling Prophecy