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This page was created to provide knowledge and stimulate critical thought concerning psychiatric hospitals and mental illnesses in general.
Articles and critical documents on biological-psychiatry. Biological-psychiatry's official theory describes psychological or personal problems as having a biological origin caused by genetic or chemical 'imbalances' to be corrected by drugs and other interventions like Electro-Convulsive Therapy [ECT] or insulin shock. These widely used but controversial methods in official medicine have been for many years amply invalidated, showing clearly that they are absolutely unscientific, that they tend to alienate patient's rights, are unable to solve the problems presented, are dangerous for one's health, and are submissive to pharmaceutical companies.
There are many careers and job resources on the net. This is just a sampling of a few sites that will lead you to many others.
The Online Psychology Career Center is designed to be a one-stop resource for psychology students and professionals.
Various on-line games for education, fun, and "quality time". Sections for children ages 1-5 or 6-9.
Psychology.Gradschools.com is an up to date online directory of graduate and doctorate programs. The programs are searchable by school, state or country.
The NACBT promotes and supports the practice of cognitive-behavioral therapy. The NACBT Website provides the latest information on CBT, including credentials they offer. A National Referral Database is also a feature of this site! Student and professional memberships are available.
A large collection of links, references, and referals for various mental health issues.
A major new exhibition and website developed by the Exploratorium, explores the biological, psychological, and cultural aspects of memory--from personal experiences to breakthroughs in cognitive science.
Information and links to a variety of Education related issues. A categorized, annotated list of over 1600 sites to help educators, teachers, and parents enhance instruction and support the curriculum.
A collection of classic experiments in cognitive psychology. Individuals can collect their own data and compare it to the classic results. Topics covered include: mental rotation, the Sternberg task, receptive fields, the Brown-Peterson task, serial position in immediate memory, visual search, and others.
The American Psychoanalytic Association is a professional organization of psychoanalysts throughout the United States.