Oxford University Press is proud to offer a complete and authoritative supplements package for both instructors and students. When you adopt Biological Psychology, you will have access to a truly exemplary set of ancillary materials to enhance teaching and support students’ learning.

Ancillary Resource Center (ARC)

A convenient, instructor-focused destination for resources to accompany Biological Psychology. Accessed online through individual user accounts, the ARC provides instructors with access to up-to-date ancillaries at any time while guaranteeing the security of grade-significant resources. In addition, it allows OUP to keep instructors informed when new content becomes available.

The ARC for Biological Psychology includes:

  • Instructor’s Manual: For each chapter of the textbook, the Instructor’s Manual includes the following:
    • Chapter Overview
    • Chapter Outlines
    • Key Concepts
    • Suggested Online Activities
    • Journal Articles and Press Releases
  • Textbook Figures and Tables: All of the textbook’s illustrations and tables are provided in a variety of formats, including high and low resolution, with and without balloon captions, and unlabeled (all balloon captions, labels, and leaders removed).
  • PowerPoint Resources:
    • Figures and Tables: This presentation includes all of the figures and tables (all formats) from the chapter, with titles.
    • Lecture: A complete lecture outline, ready for use in class.
  • Animations: All of the animations from Dashboard are available in the ARC for download, making it easy to include them in lecture presentation and online course materials.
  • Videos: A collection of videos selected to accompany each chapter helps bring some of the key concepts from the textbook to life. Ideal for use as lecture starters or paired with assignments.
  • Test Bank: A complete test bank provides instructors with a wide range of test items for each chapter, including multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, short-answer, true/false, and essay questions. Questions are noted for whether they are factual or conceptual, and for level of difficulty. All questions from the Dashboard and Companion Website quizzes are also included.
  • Computerized Test Bank: The Test Bank is also provided in Blackboard Diploma format (software included). Diploma makes it easy to create quizzes and exams using any combination of publisher-provided questions and an instructor’s own questions and to export those assessments for print or online delivery in a wide range of learning management system formats.
Ancillary Resource Center


Oxford’s Dashboard learning management system features a streamlined interface that connects instructors and students with the functions they perform most often, simplifying the learning experience to save instructors time and put students’ progress first. Dashboard’s prebuilt assessments were created specifically to accompany Biological Psychology and are automatically graded so that instructors can see student progress instantly. Dashboard includes the following resources:

  • Quizzes: For each chapter of the textbook, there is a quiz to test student comprehension of important facts and concepts introduced in the chapter.
  • Animations: A set of detailed animations helps students understand some of the book’s more complex topics and processes by presenting them in a clear, easy-to-follow narrative.

LMS Course Cartridges

For those instructors who wish to use their campus learning management system, a course cartridge containing all of the Dashboard resources is available for a variety of e-learning environments.

Companion Website

Available at no additional cost, the Companion Website provides students with the following review resources:

  • Chapter Outlines: Detailed outlines give an overview of each chapter.
  • Chapter Summaries: Full summaries of each chapter provide a thorough review of the important facts and concepts covered.
  • Flashcards: Interactive flashcard activities are an effective way for students to learn and review all of the important terminology.
  • Practice Quizzes: Each chapter includes a practice quiz, which students can use as a self-review exercise, to check their understanding.
  • Animations: A set of detailed animations helps students understand some of the book’s more complex topics and processes by presenting them in a clear, easy-to-follow narrative.


Biological Psychology is available as an eBook via Redshelf, Vitalsource and Chegg.

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