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An article on the use of immersive VR for treatment of severe spider phobia.
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.
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.
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A critical look at the Myers-Briggs type indicator and the falacies and shortcoming that underlie the approach.
HomeRange, a macintosh program for the analysis of spatial data, particularly for use in animal behavior. Developed by Jack Bradbury and Robert Huber.
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".
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.
Definitions, links, and general information about Forensic Psychology.
Information about psychology, psychology treatment, psychological problems and forensic psychology.
The only professional organization of Turkish psychologists
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.