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Sensation/Perception answers/questions in a jeopardy like format.
A tutorial in some of the fundamental concepts in sensory processes appropriate to classes in Sensation and Perception, Neuropsychology, and Introduction to Psychology.
Your body is a mass of muscles and nerves linked together into the central processing unit that is your brain. This series of articles on sports psychology seeks to show you how to use that central processing unit to its greatest effect in controlling your body to give optimum sporting performance.
A site providing information on evolution on human behavior primarily focusing on mental or cognitive phenomona.
The Psychonomic Society promotes the communication of scientific research in psychology and allied sciences.
The principle of evolution by selection to understand the continuous change in cultural behaviors. It defines the meme as a replicator, and adds interaction to account for evolution by natural or artificial selection.Selection processes in science and biology are described using exactly similar definitions. Perhaps the most popular informal use of the term describes memes as 'viruses of the mind.' Parallels to both biological and computer virus varieties have been drawn.
A site coordinating several applications of behavior analysis to issues labled social responsibilities.
This informative pamphlet contains information on locating tests by subject area, finding test publishers, and strategies for finding unpublished measures.
Free, Fast & Fun IQ Test.
Like the witch-hunt trials of old, people today are being accused and even imprisoned on 'evidence' provided by memories from dreams and flashbacks -- memories that didn't exist before therapy. What is going on here?
A searchable index of mental health and medical support groups and organizations throughout the world and in your community.
Research Methods Lecture Notes. A text on the scientific foundations of psychology, the scientific method, and the philosophy of research and research design.