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  • The Egyptian Psychologists' Association (RANM)

    An organization for Egyptian and Arab psychologists, working in the development of both the discipline and profession.

    Added: February 20, 2003 Hits: 398

  • Resources for AS Psychology

    A UK based site for AS psychology resources.

    Added: February 17, 2003 Hits: 4751

  • Institute of HeartMath

    While psychology has primarily focused on improving health and well-being by reducing negative emotions, relatively little research has explored the impact of positive emotions on physiological processes and psychological functioning. Through our research we have found ways to lead to a distinct mode of physiological function that is correlated with improved cognitive function and health-related outcomes.

    Added: February 15, 2003 Hits: 851

  • Epitomax: Web-based practice management software

    Epitomax is a web-based, HIPAA compliant, practice management software solution that provides full integration between Patient Tracking, Service Activity, Accounts Receivable and Payroll.

    Added: February 15, 2003 Hits: 1637

  • The Depression Center

    An educational and interactive Web site dedicated to providing information about Major Depressive Disorder for both consumers and health care providers. Features information, The Depression Test, an online screener for depressive disorders, and a moderated support group.

    Added: February 14, 2003 Hits: 4007

  • About Teen Depression

    Depressive disorders, which include major depressive disorder (unipolar depression), dysthymic disorder (chronic, mild depression), and bipolar disorder (manic-depression), can have far reaching effects on the functioning and adjustment of young people.

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  • 42 Online

    Official Website of the Division of Independent Practice of the American Psychological Association.

    Added: January 15, 2003 Hits: 4164

  • International Society for Comparative Psychology

    International Society for Comparative Psychology (ISCP), founded in 1980 and held its first meeting in 1983. The ISCP Promotes the comparative study of behavior in human and nonhuman animals Sponsors a biannual meeting Publishes the scientific journal the International Journal of Comparative Psychology (IJCP).

    Added: January 15, 2003 Hits: 488

  • Neuroendocrinology Letters

    Neuroendocrinology Letters is an international, peer-reviewed transdisciplinary journal covering the fields of Neuroendocrinology, Psychoneuroimmunology, Neuropsychopharmacology, Reproductive Medicine, Chronobiology, Human Ethology and related areas for RAPID publication of Original Papers, Review Articles, State-of-the-Art, Clinical Reports, Meta-Analyses and other contributions from all the fields covered by Neuroendocrinology Letters.

    Added: January 5, 2003 Hits: 197

  • Mouse Gene Knockout Illuminates How Light Resets Clock

    A key role in synchronizing daily rhythms to the day/night cycle has been traced to a light-sensitive protein in the eye, by knocking out the gene that codes for it. Mice lacking a gene for the photopigment melanopsin show a dramatic deficiency in their ability to regulate their circadian rhythms by light.

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  • The Rorschach Test

    Hermann Rorschach hoped these spontaneous reactions would yield valuable clues to the test subject's personality. Whether they do remains controversial.

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  • Understanding Prejudice

    The purpose of the site is to offer educational resources and information on prejudice, discrimination, multiculturalism, and diversity, with the ultimate goal of reducing the level of intolerance and bias in contemporary society.

    Added: December 30, 2002 Hits: 3006