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Making excuses is a common phenomenon; yet, it is a complex one, and we are far from understanding all its aspects. Excuses are most often dealt with under different headings and within different theories and domains, such as impression management, attribution, accountability, etc. Different taxonomies with excuses as one of their categories have been suggested.
Applied sport and exercise psychology involves extending theory and research into the field to educate coaches, athletes, parents, exercisers, fitness professionals, and athletic trainers about the psychological aspects of their sport or activity.
The mission of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) is to promote educationally and psychologically healthy environments for all children and youth by implementing research-based, effective programs that prevent problems, enhance independence, and promote optimal learning.
The Web of Addictions is an award winning web site dedicated to providing accurate information about alcohol and other drug addictions. It contains Fact Sheets on various drugs, current information on the addictions field, and a huge collection to addiction related links.
PSYCHE is a refereed electronic journal dedicated to supporting the interdisciplinary exploration of the nature of consciousness and its relation to the brain. PSYCHE publishes material relevant to that exploration from the perspectives afforded by the disciplines of cognitive science, philosophy, psychology, physics, neuroscience, and artificial intelligence.
A guide to the academic research literature in personality and personality theory. Meant for those with a serious interest in current personality theory and research.
Welcome to the JOB STRESS NETWORK, the home page of the Center For Social Epidemiology. The purpose of this site is to bring together, for public dissemination, information about and related to Job Strain (specifically) and Work Stress (in general).
A resource for people interested in psychological aspects of religious belief and behavior.
You can actively explore the transpersonal perspective by participating in the Association for Transpersonal Psychology, the leading organization devoted to the field. Through the activities and publications of the Association you can develop your personal, professional, and educational interests.
The Society of Experimental Social Psychology is a scientific organization dedicated to the advancement of social psychology.
With over 2,800 members, the Society is the largest organization of social and personality psychologists in the world. The goals of the Society are to further the generation and dissemination of research in personality and social psychology.