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A list of schools that have applied for and received accreditation by APA's Committee on Accreditation.
Web links and online resources for psychology students and faculty.
Pictures and a brief biography of a number of the pioneers in neurology.
The primary aim of Connexions is not to publish completed work, but to publicize work-in-progress, and to expose it to friendly but rigorous criticism. Connexions also publishes reviews of current books, articles, colloquia and conferences of interest to the cognitive science community.
This is a directory of 2160 online papers on consciousness and related topics.
Science magazine articles in Psychology.
The HCI Bibliography (HCIBIB) is a free access bibliography on Human-Computer Interaction.
Alertbox column on Web usability, advice on usability engineering and Jakob Nielson's minimalist approach to Web quality, recommended links and books, Jakob's biography and upcoming talks.
This is an introduction by Daniel Chandler to the issue of interpretive biases in favour of speech (phonocentrism), writing (graphocentrism or scriptism) and language (logocentrism).
Elizabeth Loftus update on repressed memory controversy.
An online form for applying for Federal student aid.
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