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Since 1996, provides easy-to-understand descriptions and definitions of mental health and disability related terms. Learn about mental health and mental illness.
The Inquisitive Mind, or In-Mind, is a young and exciting on-line quarterly magazine for social psychology. The magazine?s purpose is designed to interact with everyone that is interested in everyday human concerns and to inform you on the hot trends in scientific social psychological research. Now, science has its own language and you might not feel like having the time to keep up-to-date. We will attempt to bridge the existing gap by relating important social psychological research to issues that catch your mind.
This is an application that guides students through the process of writing up their lab experiments and research reports. Students can create a first draft using LabWriteUp and export their results to a word processor.
Resource guide on how to perform effective interventions.
Free career information, tools, and resources on a wide range of career topics, from resume writing and career management to job search and networking.
Scientific asociation to teach psychotherapy and give scientific hospitality.
Sleep Problems Information to Help You Get The Perfect Nights Sleep.
The Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP) was established in 1966. Its purpose is to affirm and continue to promote the integration of the scientist and the practitioner in training, research, and applied endeavors.
psycCOMM is an online community in which researchers, teachers and students may maintain communication, exchange ideas, and examine research and techniques.
This site has information on disasters, crisis and trauma for professionals as well as the public.
Great resource site for students and teachers following the AQA-A A Level psychology syllabus!