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A collection of information about stress, stress research, and stress related subjects.
The Clinical Psychoacoustics Laboratory conducts basic and applied hearing research, specifically aimed at understanding and correcting impaired hearing. Research areas include sensorineural hearing loss, cochlear implants, and otoacoustic emissions.
Research in the Laboratory of Comparative Psychoacoustics is aimed at understanding how animals communicate with one another using sound and whether there are parallels with how humans communicate with one another using speech and language. Almost all of our work is with birds because many species of songbirds and parrots, like humans, rely on hearing and learning to develop a normal vocal repertoire.
Synaesthesia & the arts. Research and theory on the future of the senses. Homepage of the Belgian Synaesthesia Association [ISA].
It is the goal of our organization to help support research and to educate the public about this devastating neurological disease.
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (EEPA) publishes scholarly articles concerned with important issues in the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of education policy.
Information about conditions and disorders, including news, research and insights from therapists. Self-assessment, ask the therapist, clinical trials, support groups, find the therapist features.
A common-sense approach to some common questions and concerns about the practice of clinical psychology: types of treatment, reasons to seek treatment, consumer rights, and self-help techniques.
CounsellingResource.com is inspired by the belief that open access to information about counselling and psychotherapy helps clients to make more informed choices and helps practitioners to develop the services they provide.
Data utility for reconfiguring multi-dimensional spreadsheet files. EL Knife gives researchers the freedom to acquire or enter data in whatever form is most convenient, without worrying about how it is to be used. El Knife will handle data divisible by up to four factors. Each factor may have any number of levels. The software will run under Macintosh OS 6, 7, 8, 9, OSX Classic, and Windows 3.1, 95, 98, Millenium, XP (or DOS).
Polish Site of Cognitive Science, Mind, Brain, Consciousness and Artificial Intelligence.
ZPID is the institute for psychology information for the German-speaking countries creating electronic databases on literature, tests, audiovisual media, and Web resources to meet the information needs of scientists and mental health professionals.