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This site describes symptoms and treatment for personality disorders. It also briefly discusses research findings.
This site gives the opportunity to look up many Behavior Disorders and find information about it, and how it is treated.
Although personality disorders can cause long-term suffering and disability, they are difficult to detect. As a result, many people go untreated. This site explains two new screening to identify personality disorders.
The Archives of General Psychiatry strives to publish original, state-of-the-art studies and commentaries of general interest to clinicians, scholars and research scientists in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral science and allied fields.
To use creative expression and solutions in your everyday life, it is necessary to dip into the unconscious at will. Doodling allows the unconscious to render in symbolic expression.
Lee J. Cronbach and Paul E. Meehl (1955). Classic paper written at the time when validity of psychological testing was first coming under scrutiny.
This explains through the implementation of relatively simple and straightforward accommodations to the classroom environment or teaching style, teachers can adapt to the strengths and weaknesses of students with ADD.
This page shows how to develop a new behavior, strengthen a new behavior,to maintain an established behavior, to stop inappropriate behavior.
The purpose of this site is to provide a format that allows school personnel, parents, and other professionals to gain access to information, to share effective practices, and to receive ongoing consultation and technical assistance concerning the full range of behavior problems.
Explanation of forensic psychology, how it pertains to communities, and what psychologists should know after completing a forensic evaluation.
A forensic psychiatrist is a physician who integrates clinical experience, knowledge of medicine, mental health, and the neurosciences to form an independent, objective opinion. Relevant data is gathered and analyzed as part of a process of alternative hypothesis testing to formulate an expert medical/psychiatric opinion.
This is an outline of the Disabilities Act for individuals who suffer from mental illness. It allows the sufferer to learn of their rights and privledges.