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Neuroscientists have proven that brain exercises can sharpen our memory, concentration, decision-making, planning skills and reaction time.
Argues that there will be no single (genetic or cognitive) cause for the diverse symptoms defining autism. Evidence is presented of behavioral fractionation of social impairment, communication difficulties and rigid and repetitive behaviors.
The Center for Sport Psychology and Performance Excellence at the University of North Texas has a core of sport psychologists and sport consultants, both professional (Ph.D. level) and graduate student trainees who are committed to helping teams, athletes, any other high level performers or those aspiring to be, and coaches to perform at their most optimal levels.
Information and resources to stop severe social anxiety. Also includes sources to alternative income for those who have lost their job due to social phobia.
A free, full-length, and occasionally interactive statistics textbook.
Web Site for Statistical Computation
A number of presentations on how the brain performs various tasks. Provides explanations at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.
Articles, lecture slides, and activities for multiple areas of psychology, targeted at AQA A-level and psychology degree students
User-friendly information on depression, covering the signs and symptoms, treatments, medications, causes, and more. Also hosts unique blogs on depression, by a patient and doctors.
This nonprofit organization website hosts a large and varied library of free publications about child and family psychological issues.
PsyCrit is a journal of commentary on published research articles in psychology and behavioral neuroscience. Its aim is rapid on-line publication of comments on and criticisms of experimental and theoretical articles.
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