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  • Desensitization in Virtual Environments

    An article on the use of immersive VR for treatment of severe spider phobia.

    Added: December 23, 1999 Hits: 475

  • Why People Shop on the Web

    A survey of 1,780 people who have bought something on the Web found that convenience and ease of use are the main reasons to shop on the Web. Non-buying visits (product research) are important to shoppers.

    Added: December 23, 1999 Hits: 5901

  • The Negative Potential Of Heavy Internet Use On Emotional Well Being

    The Internet has the potential to make us socially isolated, lonely and depressed, according to the unexpected results of a study of home computer users by scientists at Carnegie Mellon University.

    Added: December 23, 1999 Hits: 1502

  • Behavioural-Safety.com

    A free, comprehensive resource for Behavioural Safety on the web. Let us give you all the information you will need for behavioral safety!

    Added: December 23, 1999 Hits: 1883

  • Skeptic's Dictionary: the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

    A critical look at the Myers-Briggs type indicator and the falacies and shortcoming that underlie the approach.

    Added: December 23, 1999 Hits: 2174

  • Spatial Data Analysis

    HomeRange, a macintosh program for the analysis of spatial data, particularly for use in animal behavior. Developed by Jack Bradbury and Robert Huber.

    Added: December 22, 1999 Hits: 577

  • Transmission of Aggression Through Imitation

    A paper by Albert Bandura, Dorothea Ross, and Sheila A. Ross demonstrating that subjects exposed to an aggressive role model were more likely to act aggressively toward a "bobo doll".

    Added: December 21, 1999 Hits: 3078

  • Attribution Theory

    From the Fourth Edition of A First Look at Communication Theory by Em Griffin, a description of Fritz Heider's Attribution Theory. Attribution is a three-step process through which we perceive others as causal agents.

    Added: December 21, 1999 Hits: 7991

  • Swenson's Forensic Psychology Website

    Definitions, links, and general information about Forensic Psychology.

    Added: December 11, 1999 Hits: 2346

  • Psychology Information Online

    Information about psychology, psychology treatment, psychological problems and forensic psychology.

    Added: November 29, 1999 Hits: 1723

  • Turkish Psychological Association

    The only professional organization of Turkish psychologists

    Added: November 9, 1999 Hits: 501

  • Classical Rorschach

    These pages are devoted to the presentation and promotion of the Rorschach method, concentrating on the way it has been practiced within the classical European tradition - from Hermann Rorschach himself in 1921, via Ewald Bohm in the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's, and to the contemporary workers in the Rorschach-Bohm tradition.

    Added: November 8, 1999 Hits: 4210