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This link discusses the development of the visual cortex and how this development is guided by sensory experience.
A brief biography of Piaget.
Carl Rogers Best known for his contribution to client-centered therapy and his role in the development of counselling, Rogers also had much to say about education.
Important Scientists in the Early Development of Animal Cognition
Ivan Pavlov was a Russian physiologist and founder of Conditioned Reflexes. His research on the physiology of digestion led to the known Classical Conditioning.
How to distinguish between pseudoscience and real science.
This site allows the viewer to browse through the journal of neuroscience.
William W. Rozeboom (1960). Claims that the Null-Hypothesis Significance Test is based upon a fundamental misunderstanding of the nature of rational inference and is seldom, if ever, appropriate to the aims of scientific research.
A subdiscipline within applied psychology, environmental psychology addresses both psychological effects of the physical environment and with effects of human action on the sociophysical environment.
The Journal aims to present research that will improve understanding of behavioral, especially socio-psychological, aspects of economic phenomena and processes.
An Anthology of Reviews from the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior.
What is Borderline Personality Disorder , Symptoms and treatment.