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A revised version of John Staddon's popular 1983 book on adaptive behavior and learning in animals. Covers a wide range of issues including optimal choice, matching, maximization, temporal control, reinforcement and the law of effect. In full text with most chapters in pdf format.
Free online psychological, personality, and IQ tests and quizzes, plus, psychological test glossary, FAQ, and books with self-tests.
Contains demos that demonstrate important psychological phenomena. There are also links to experiments that you can perform and (possibly) win a prize.
An organization dedicated primarily to clinical psychology, on-line, distance, and in-person courses are offered in a number of clinical and applied areas.
Statistical Applications for online computation of statistics, including means, standard deviations, percentiles, t tests, and random sampling and assignment.
NASAP was founded in 1952 by a small group of Adlerians under the leadership of Rudolf Dreikurs. Their purpose was to advance the understanding and application of Adlerian Psychology as well as promote effective approaches to living based on Adlerian psychology.
ISPP's purpose is to facilitate communication across disciplinary, geographic and political boundaries among scholars, concerned individuals in government and public posts, the communications media, and elsewhere who have a scientific interest in the relationship between politics and psychological processes.
Discusses and provides links about anorexia, abuse, alcoholism, bulimia, depression, drug abuse, and self-esteem problems.
A simple,user-friendly, but very capable record keeping system for psychologists. Runs on Windows.
The mission of this site is to put learning disabilities into perspective by profiling a variety of learning problems, treatments, and expert opinions. It is designed to give parents and teachers a better understanding of learning processes and potential reading, writing, math and attention difficulties, specific strategies and resources for responding, as well as the opportunity to hear from a range of learning disability experts.
Gerard Keegan & His Psychology Site is the first website of its kind dedicated to those studying SQA pre-university psychology in Scotland. Because of communality of course content it should also be useful to pre-university psychology students worldwide.
A resource on the symptoms of dyslexia, including the possible effects of this disorder on math and handwriting.