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  • University at Buffalo - Counseling Center

    Advise on stress management, test anxiety, studying, procrastination, and time management.

    Added: October 24, 1999 Hits: 1082

  • Sleep Home Pages

    The Sleep Home Pages mission is to provide a widely accessable information resource to facilitate the generation and dissemination of sleep and neuroscience information, and increase public awareness of the importance of sleep research and the impact of sleep disorders.

    Added: September 28, 1999 Hits: 1623

  • Psychoanalysis & Sigmund Freud

    A skeptic's view of Psychoanalysis.

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  • The Skeptic's Dictionary

    Over 338 skeptical definitions and essays on occult, paranormal, supernatural and pseudoscientific ideas and practices with references to the best skeptical literature.

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  • Schedules of Reinforcement

    In the Skinner-box it is possible to change the contingency between the responses and the delivery of reinforcement so that more than one response may be required in order to obtain the reward. A whole range of rules can govern the contingency between responses and reinforcement - these different types of rules are referred to as schedules of reinforcement.

    Added: September 21, 1999 Hits: 3146

  • Subjective Behavior Analysis

    Q methodology was developed in the 1930s and has become increasingly utilized as a means for examining subjective behavior in a rigorous and naturalistic way. One of the advantages of Q methodology is its utility in examining single cases, which, when conjoined with the mathematics of factor analysis, reveals parallels with quantum theory.

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  • Marriage Builders

    Answering questions about relationships, infidelity, marriage counseling, and Divorce.

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  • The Jung Page

    Articles related to Jungian psychology, psychoanalysis, clinical themes, and to psychology and culture. Most extensive resources in Jungian psychology online.

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  • Coping With Grief and Loss

    AARP's Grief and Loss Index

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    Added: September 11, 1999 Hits: 1822

  • In Harm's Way: Suicide in America

    Suicidal behavior is complex. Some risk factors vary with age, gender and ethnic group and may even change over time. The risk factors for suicide frequently occur in combination. Research has shown that 90 percent of people who kill themselves have depression or another diagnosable mental or substance abuse disorder.

    Added: August 31, 1999 Hits: 1276

  • National Library of Medicine's MEDLINEplus

    The National Library of Medicine's MEDLINEplus information pages are designed to direct you to resources containing information that will help you research your health questions.

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