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Neuropharmacology publishes monthly articles of any length that fall within the discipline of neuroscience. Papers within the area of cellular and molecular neuroscience and/or that contain a significant neuropharmacological content are particularly encouraged. Papers will only be considered for publication providing they make an original and important contribution to the field of neuropharmacology.
An introduction to educational psychology at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Psychology job listings from the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Behavioral Finance (BF) studies how individual and collective behaviors influence market prices. People in general, and investors in particular, are not totally "rational" in their decisions. They are "under influence." Thus, BF deals mostly with investors irrationality / bounded rationality / cognitive and decision biases.
An overview of medical record privacy, the legal issues, and recent laws related to medical privacy.
This paper extends research linking shopping behavior to environmental factors through changes in emotional states. With time fixed or variable during a simulated shopping experiment, shoppers were exposed to music varying by degree of familiarity. Afterward, subjects reported their perceptions of shopping duration, their emotional states, and their merchandise evaluations. Analyses revealed that individuals reported themselves as shopping longer when exposed to familiar music but actually shopped longer when exposed to unfamiliar music.
The Center for Humanitarian Psychology is an international, non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation offering psychological support to humanitarian workers and more generally to victims of conflicts and natural disasters. Information about setting up systems to deal with secondary victims, stress, depression, and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). (In French, Spanish, English, and German).
Addiction Search is a comprehensive site dedicated to providing health consumers and professionals with up-to-date, research-based information on drugs and alcohol, treatment approaches, and policy issues. At this site you will be able to find resources for dealing with substance abuse problems in yourself or others. Selected resources offer a balanced perspective on key issues in the addiction field.
The Searchengine and Directory to all IQ Tests, EQ Tests, Career Tests, Health Tests, Personality Tests and much more.
A university and clinic based group researching the neurobiological bases of attention in healthy persons and those suffering from schizophrenia or childhood attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Asperger Syndrome (AS) is a pervasive developmental disorder characterized by deficits in social interaction and motor coordination, and unusual or restricted patterns of interest or behavior. Clinically, the distinction between autism and Asperger's disorder is often made in terms of severity and in the qualitative expression of the criteria. Both syndromes are characterized by social interaction deficits, impaired communication skills, and unusual or bizarre behaviors.