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The primary mission of Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience will be to publish original research articles and reviews in the disciplines of cognitive neuroscience and affective neuroscience. The journal will focus its attention predominantly on articles concerned with behavior and brain processes in humans, both normal participants and patients with brain injury. Articles in which animal models are used to address cognitive or affective processes by means of behavioral, invasive, or imaging methods are also encouraged.
This site is designed primarily as a companion to A First Look at Communication Theory by Em Griffin and the Instructor's Manual by Glen McClish and Jacqueline "Jackie" Bacon.
Journal of Insect Behavior offers peer-reviewed research articles and short critical reviews on all aspects of the behavior of insects and other terrestrial arthropods such as spiders, centipedes, millipedes, and isopods. An internationally renowned editorial board discusses technological innovations and new developments in the field, emphasizing topics such as behavioral ecology, motor patterns and recognition, and genetic determinants.
The mission of the Archives of Neurology is to publish scientific information primarily important for those physicians caring for people with neurologic disorders but also for those interested in the structure and function of the normal and diseased nervous system.
Want to know what the job market looks like in a specific area of experimental psychology? This page contains a breakdown of job advertisements appearing in the APS Observer Employment Bulletin between 1991-1996.
The Experimental Psychology Society is for the furtherance of scientific enquiry within the field of Psychology and cognate subjects. It holds periodical meetings at which papers are read and discussions held. The Society also disseminates information and educational material made available as a consequence of psychological research, including the publication of the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (Section A: Human Experimental Psychology, and Section B: Comparative and Physiological Psychology).
Provides statistics on careers in psychology in non-academic areas for research-trained psychologists. Includes pie chart showing breakdowns by various job sectors. Links to articles and information for and about scientific psychologists.
Neuron is the leading general journal of neuroscience. Published monthly, it includes research articles in molecular, cellular, and developmental neurobiology, and also research in systems work (including visual, auditory, motor, and limbic systems), neuroimaging, learning, memory, and behavior and other cognitive studies.
NeuroReport, with its exceptionally fast publication times, is consistently up to date with the latest advances in neuroscience research. One of the fastest fully refereed journals, NeuroReport aims to publish manuscripts within 12 weeks of receipt. All aspects of neuroscience are covered by this prestigious journal. NeuroReport's coverage is impressive, taking in all aspects of sensory and motor systems, cellular, molecular and developmental neuroscience and behavioral, integrative and clinical neuroscience.
Sleep paralysis, or more properly, sleep paralysis with hypnagogic and hypnopompic hallucinations have been singled out as a particularly likely source of beliefs concerning not only alien abductions, but all manner of beliefs in alternative realities and otherworldly creatures. Sleep paralysis is a condition in which someone, most often lying in a supine position, about to drop of to sleep, or just upon waking from sleep realizes that s/he is unable to move, or speak, or cry out.
Cultural evolution, including the evolution of knowledge, can be modelled through the same basic principles of variation and selection that underly biological evolution. This implies a shift from genes as units of biological information to a new type of units of cultural information: memes. A meme is a cognitive or behavioral pattern that can be transmitted from one individual to another one.