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Psychoanalytic Resources in the World Wide Web.
A description of the Stroop Effect, known as interference.
PsychNet-Uk is a mental health and psychology resource site with over 8000 resource links covering all areas of Psychology, Counseling, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy. The site has been designed for professionals, students or those wanting to know more about psychology and mental health practices in general.
Panhellenic Psychological Association is a professional organization of psychologists throughout Greece for the advancement of psychology as a science and profession. Details of membership, publications, conferences, information and news.
The Secret Life of the Brain reveals the fascinating processes involved in brain development across a lifetime. This website provides material to complement the 5 part PBS series.
A set of web-based Java applets demonstrating a number of simulation models of human memory.
O.R.T. Institute is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of the Object Relations Technique. The ORT is a projective technique for personality assessment, in which the subject writes a brief story for each of 12 stimulus images. The Institute provides a variety of materials and services to researchers and practitioners with an interest or involvement in the Technique, including the new standard and fully-authorized edition of the ORT Plates (stimulus materials), and the first comprehensive system for 'scoring' the ORT.
The National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology credentials psychologists for the national healthcare delivery system and is the largest credentialing organization for psychologists with twenty-five years of credentialing experience.
The typical symptoms of SAD include depression, lack of energy, increased need for sleep, a craving for sweets and weight gain. Symptoms begin in the fall, peak in the winter and usually resolve in the spring. Some individuals experience great bursts of energy and creativity in the spring or early summer.
A pattern of traits and behaviours which signify infatuation and obsession with one's self to the exclusion of all others and the egotistic and ruthless pursuit of one's gratification, dominance and ambition. Narcissism is named after the ancient Greek myth of Narcissus who was a handsome Greek youth who rejected the desperate advances of the nymph Echo. In punishment of his cruelty, he was doomed to fall in love with his own reflection in a pool of water.
The Association for Research into Stammering in Childhood (ARSC) is committed to funding scientific research into the complex causes of stammering in, and the most effective treatments for, children and young adults.
Research, news and articles on Offender Profiling, Forensic Psychology, Forensics, Victimology, Violent Crime and the Psychology of Serial Killers and Violent Offenders. Includes bookstore, reviews, and interviews.