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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, including a definition, analysis of the motivations and limitations of AI, and an overview of the technology along with its applications.
Answers to more than 500 questions about psychology and psychotherapy, mental health and relationships, written by a team of experts appointed by the Commission of the European communities. Mulilingual webpage (English, German, Italian, Swedish, Greece)
Neuroscience news and research with the Nature Reviews Neuroscience journal. From fields of cognitive neuroscience, the nervous system and neurobiology.
Schizophrenia is a mental illness. It is actually a group of psychological disorders in which people may have delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, disorganized or catatonic behavior.
Progeny is a unique genogram drawing software program with an integrated, customizable relational database for quick and easy patient data management and analysis.
This Internet resource includes information about the anatomical, functional, and psychological aspects of this neurological organ along with details about disorders and ongoing research. These topics are also enforced by a broad range of fascinating applications to provide increased understanding of the material presented.
From NIMH: facts about child and adolescent depression.
In many ways, the symptoms are similar to those of adult depression. In the DSM-IV, the criteria for childhood and adult Major Depression are the same. Children may not have the vocabulary to talk about such feelings and so may express their feelings through behavior. Younger individuals with depression are more likely to show phobias, separation anxiety disorder, somatic complaints and behavior problems.
A collection of information about phobias, anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and social phobia.
A collection of information on suicide, its causes and prevention.
An index to free statistical software, free mathematical software, and statistical data.
A collection of information on loss, grief, and bereavement.