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Client management software with report generation. Unique automatically generated written evaluation/interview report.
Categorized, annotated and user rate links to resources about obsessive compulsive disorder and the use of cognitive behavior therapy and exposure response prevention.
The ongoing chronicle of life (or the lack thereof) in grad school.
A source of information regarding the academic study, research, and clinical practice of hypnosis, suggestion, and altered states. The site is a nonprofit education resource run by Dr Matthew Whalley, a research psychologist at University College London.
Information, discussion and advice students preparing for a test.
Find neuroscience articles on sleep science, stem cells and bioethics and more.
Provides resources and support to professionals and parents on Special Education topics and specific disabilities and psychology issues.
Contains information and interactive materials in language, attention, thinking and autism.
CAMFT is an independent professional organization representing the interests of licensed marriage and family therapists.
A comprehensive resource for students, teachers, and enthusiasts. Find psychology articles, study guides, and much more. Explore psychology definitions and theories. Learn more about the history of psychology from biographies of major thinkers and timelines. Topics covered include personality psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, and psychology careers.
Inquisit is the tool of choice for behavioral scientists throughout the world for creating custom questionnaires, reaction time tasks, signal detection tests, attitude measures, and experiments in cognition and perception.
The universal appeal of music is largely due to the emotional rewards that music offers to its listeners. But what makes these rewards so special? We have done extensive research on this topic and invite you to participate in our research! You can do so by taking a test we call the Music Emotion Profiler. As soon as you submit your answers, the Music Emotion Profiler will display the profile of emotions that you feel when listening to a given piece of music. Curious?