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AARP's Grief and Loss Index
APA's recommendations on siting electronic references.
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.
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.
A unique think/action tank that engages all disciplines to study every form of substance abuse as it affects our society.
Database of drug descriptions, a lengthy FAQ, and help for parents.
A hypertext introductory statistics book on the web. Each chapter includes links to statistical demos and analysis programs.
Center for On-Line Addiction - Resources for therapists and families, tips on Cyber-wellness, and Personal Therapy.
PlanetPsych.com offers a wide variety of information on self-help, disorders and treatments. We also offer a therapist directory.
Freud Museum London. Last home of Sigmund Freud. Contains study and library, collection of antiquities and Freud psychoanalytic couch.
Athletic Insight - The Online Journal fo Sport Psychology. Topics covered include performance enhancement and social issues relating to the field of athletics.
An online series of articles that answer basic neuroscience questions.