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  • Behavioral Sciences & the Law

    Behavioral Sciences & the Law is a peer reviewed journal which provides current and comprehensive information from throughout the world on topics at the interface of the law and the behavioral sciences. The journal balances theoretical, mental health, legal, and research writings to provide a broad perspective on pertinent psycho-legal topics.

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  • Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences

    The Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, international journal devoted to the scientific, technical, institutional, and cultural history of the social and behavioral sciences. The journal publishes research articles, book reviews, and news and notes that cover the development of the core disciplines of psychology, anthropology, sociology, psychiatry and psychoanalysis, economics, linguistics, communications, political science, and the neurosciences.

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  • Developmental Psychobiology

    Developmental Psychobiology is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research papers from the disciplines of psychology, biology, neuroscience, and medicine that contribute to an understanding of behavior development. Research that focuses on development in the embryo/fetus, neonate, juvenile, or adult animal and multidisciplinary research that relates behavioral development to anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, genetics, or evolution is appropriate.

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  • Synapse

    SYNAPSE publishes articles concerned with all aspects of synaptic structure and function. This includes neurotransmitters, neuropeptides, neuromodulators, receptors, gap junctions, metabolism, plasticity, circuitry, mathematical modeling, ion channels, patch recording, single unit recording, development, behavior, pathology, toxicology, etc.

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  • Neural Mechanisms of Timing

    A crucial step in timing research is to isolate clock components from other sources of temporal variability. Significant progress has been made both behaviorally and neurologically. More elaborate experimental designs have helped researchers separate timing mechanisms from motoric, sensory, and mnemonic processes. Marked similarities in the temporal characteristics of the clock in perception and production tasks implicate a common timing system.

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  • Perception

    Perception is a scholarly journal reporting experimental results and theoretical ideas ranging over the fields of human, animal, and machine perception.

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    Monthly web magazine featuring probing interviews with leading therapists and writers in our field (Bugental, Yalom, Gottman, Szazs, Ellis, Kernberg, Meichenbaum...) great writing, humor, book reviews, high quality psychotherapy videotapes, and other psychotherapist resources.

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  • The American Crowbar Case and Nineteenth Century Theories of Cerebral Localization

    In 1848, a man named Phineas Gage suffered a brain wound which has rendered him as the index case of personality change after frontal lobe injury. During work on the construction of the Rutland & Burlington Railroad, an unplanned explosion propelled a rod, about a meter long and three cm in diameter, through his head. The mental change he suffered, from his original capable and responsible self into a man who was profane, fitful, and obstinate - in short, a man who was "no longer Gage" - makes the case noteworthy today.

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  • Traumatology

    Traumatology was established in 1995 as an international electronic Journal of innovations in the study of the traumatization process and methods for reducing or eliminating related human suffering. Contributions focus on theoretical formulations, research, treatment, prevention, education, training, medical, and legal and policy concerns. The Journal serves as the primary reference for professionals who study and treat people exposed to highly stressful and traumatic events. These include but are not limited to terrorist bombings, war disasters, fires, accidents, criminal and familial abuse, hostage-taking, hospitalization, major illness, abandonment, and sudden unemployment.

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  • Canadian Psychological Association

    The Canadian Psychological Association was organized in 1939. Its objectives are: To lead, advance and promote psychology as a science and as a profession for the benefit of humanity; to provide leadership in psychology in Canada; to promote a sense of identity among psychologists; to promote the advancement, dissemination, and practical application of psychological knowledge; to develop standards and ethical principles for education, training, science and practice in psychology.

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  • International Association of Applied Psychology

    The International Association of Applied Psychology is the oldest international association of psychologists. Its official languages are English and French. Founded in 1920, it now has more than 2.000 members from more than 94 countries. Its aims are to establish contact between those who, in different countries, devote themselves to scientific work in the various fields of applied psychology, and to advance the study and achievement of means likely to contribute to the scientific and social development in these fields.

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  • Spanish Psychological Association

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