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Free personality testing with the Keirsey Temperament and Character Sorters. Advice and services for careers, jobs, relationships, education, finance, investments, etc, based on personality.
Publishes articles relating to any areas of psychology which have a greater mathematical or statistical or other formal aspect of their argument than is usually acceptable to other journals.
The scope of the Journal includes all areas of Health Psychology across the life span, ranging from experimental and clinical research on aetiology and the management of acute and chronic illness, responses to ill-health, screening and medical procedures, to research on health behaviour and psychological aspects of prevention.
Publishes reports of empirical studies likely to further the understanding of psychology, critical reviews of the literature and theoretical contributions.
Religious belief, and membership in a faith community are important factors in the lives of many individuals. For a certain individuals, religious beliefs become compulsive, joyless behaviors. Religious faith and religious education are not generally the causes of scrupulosity. Actually, scrupulosity is a form of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
This IPIP Website is intended to provide rapid access to advanced measures of individual differences, all in the public domain, to be developed conjointly among scientists worldwide, and raw data available for reanalysis; in addition, it should serve as a forum for the dissemination of psychometric ideas and research findings.
Graphology is the study of handwriting, especially when employed as a means of analyzing character. Real handwriting experts are known as forensic document examiners, not as graphologists. Forensic document examiners consider loops, dotted "i's" and crossed "t's," letter spacing, slants, heights, ending strokes, etc. They examine handwriting to detect authenticity or forgery. Graphologists examine loops, dotted "i's" and crossed "t's," letter spacing, slants, heights, ending strokes, etc., but they believe that such handwriting minutiae are physical manifestations of unconscious mental functions.
Comprehensive mental health site discussing a variety of mental health disorders.
The IPA, established by Sigmund Freud in 1908, is the primary organizational body for over 10,000 practising psychoanalysts worldwide.
In his study of IQ tests scores for different populations over the past sixty years, James R. Flynn discovered that IQ scores increased from one generation to the next for all of the countries for which data existed. This interesting phenomena has been called "the Flynn Effect." This site attempts to explain the issues involved in a way that will better help you to understand the Flynn Effect.
The Center provides information about autism to parents and professionals, and conducts research on the efficacy of various therapeutic interventions. Information on Angelman syndrome, Asperger's syndrome, Landau-Kleffner syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder, Prader-Willi syndrome, Rett syndrome, Williams syndrome, and much more.
The purpose of this electronic tutorial is to summarize these recent advances and to describe our present understanding, based primarily on anatomic investigations, of the neural organization of the mammalian retina. We have tried to present material at the cutting edge of the present knowledge, but in a simple way that is accessible to both expert and non-expert people.