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A dictionary of cognitive science terms.
A variety of fun personality tests that provide analysis and advice by interpreting the user's answers to various questions and events.
Information on anxiety disorders, panic attacks, phobias, stress management, chronic pain and anxiety, and job burnout.
Information on social anxiety, treatment and therapy, depression, blushing and sweating, public speaking anxiety, famous sufferers, children and social anxiety.
The aims of the Society shall be the furtherance of scientific enquiry within the field of Neuropsychology and cognate subjects, by holding periodical meetings at which papers may be read and discussions held, to enhance communication among those scientific disciplines which can contribute to the understanding of brain-behaviour relationships and neuropsychological disorders in particular.
The International Neuropsychological Society is a multi-disciplinary non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing communication among the scientific disciplines which contribute to the understanding of brain-behavior relationships.
This website contains a broad collage of annotated web links. The listed resources provide background information and various positions on issues in bioethics.
The primary objectives of this website are to describe the importance of neuropsychology as a science of brain and behavior, to increase public knowledge of neuropsychology as a branch of practical medicine, and to indicate the contribution which neuropsychology is making to the neurosciences.
Psychiatric News is the newspaper of the American Psychiatric Association (APA). Psychiatric News is the principal and official means of communication between APA and its members about policies, politics, and legislative and judicial issues affecting psychiatry, as well as the actions and policies of APA itself. The newspaper also serves as a source of clinical and research news pertinent to the field of psychiatry.
World's largest site (1500+ pages) on all aspects of how we change one anothers' minds. From psychology theories to practical applications.
Dr. Eric Berne was the author of Games People Play, considered by many to be the first and most original popular psychology book. He also created Transactional Analysis, a new method of psychoanalysis that focused on the interactions between individuals. Site includes a biography, description of Games People Play, bibliography, book reviews, and more.