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SR Research Ltd's Experiment Builder is a powerful, icon-driven programming environment for Windows XP/Vista/7 and MacOS X 10.5. Capable of complex yet precise visual and auditory stimulus delivery, Experiment Builder has many features built-in for the support of the EyeLink series of eye trackers and other third-party devices. A free demo version is available, as are updates and sample projects through SR Research's support website. Experiment Builder is simple enough for a novice undergraduate user but with features rich enough to serve advanced experiment paradigms.
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Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects writing abilities. It can manifest itself as difficulties with spelling, poor handwriting and trouble putting thoughts on paper.
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The Academy of Medical Psychology is a membership organization for those psychologists interested in Medical Psychology and it houses the American Board of Medical Psychology, the oldest specialty board in Medical Psychology and publishes the Archives of Medical Psychology.
The national association of practitioners in psychology.
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The European Association of Counselling Psychology
The EJPA is the official organ of the European Association of Psychological Assessment (EAPA). It is also sponsored by the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP, Division 2). The main purpose of the EJPA is to present important articles which provide seminal information on both theoretical and applied developments in this field. Articles reporting the construction of new measures or an advancement of an existing measure are given priority. The journal is directed to practitioners as well as to academicians: The conviction of its editors is that the discipline of psychological assessment should, necessarily and firmly, be attached to the roots of psychological science, while going deeply into all the consequences of its applied, practice-oriented development.
The Journal of Media Psychology (JMP, ISSN 1864-1105) is committed to publishing original, high-quality papers which cover the broad range of media psychological research, including various media, applications, and user groups. The journal is also open to research from neighboring disciplines as far as this work ties in with psychological concepts of the uses and effects of the media. The journal in particular invites submissions that are multidisciplinary and reflect a broader theoretical and methodological spectrum. Submissions of comparative work, e.g., cross-media, cross-gender, or cross-cultural, are encouraged.