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Information on Albert Bandura, social cognitive theory, and self-efficacy. Links, articles, researchers to contact, graduate students doing self-efficacy research. Includes section for Spanish and Portuguese speakers.
Site devoted to William James, the Father of American Psychology. Includes biographical material, full text of Talks to Teachers, and links to other texts and sources.
Online textbook and resources for vocational psychology and career counseling, includes online textbook, essays, and links.
Over 2000 resources for alcoholism, addiction, mental health treatment and sober living.
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Introduction to consumer behavior and consumer psychology. Brief review of major topics such as demographics, attitudes, decision making, memory, diffusion of innovation, group and family dynamics, culture, and subculture.
A collection of named fallacies--such as "ad hominem"--that is, types of bad reasoning which someone has thought distinctive and interesting enough to name and describe. Describes and gives examples of logical fallacies from the media and everyday life, applying logic to controversial issues in order to improve critical thinking skills.
The following sections form a basic introduction to some of the more important elements in the analysis and construction of arguments. The discussion begins with some very basic ideas and moves on quickly to a few points essential for effective written or spoken argumentation. The sections are structured so as to encourage students to develop skills which will make their arguments, especially their written presentations in essays or reports, more persuasive and which will improve their ability to analyze arguments.
The association is a professional one, and it aims (1) to promote the fundamental and applicative scientific research in psychotherapy, especially in the cognitive - behavior psychotherapy/hypnotherapy and (2) to offer services of psychological evaluation and psychotherapy.
The Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of eating disorders. We provide free information and treatment resources for all forms of eating disorders.
Sexualities, Evolution & Gender aims to advance the application of psychological knowledge at its interface with gender through developing critical perspectives on traditional psychology. It seeks to challenge the academic impasse that stifles debate between feminist psychologists and evolutionary psychologists.
This web site provides browsers with images and information from one of the world's largest collection of well-preserved, sectioned and stained brains of mammals. Viewers can see and download photographs of brains of over 100 different species of mammals (including humans) representing 17 mammalian orders.