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Psychology and Psychiatry
Psychology and Psychiatry
- Neurosciences on the Internet -
The table of contents included in this site is huge. If you wish to explore the
neurosciences on the Internet in the broadest sense, this is probably the best
place to start. The subjects included range from viral infections in the CNS to
medical imaging centers. Also included is useful information about how to use
the World Wide Web and searching tips; all the information is clearly
presented, with newly added sites listed separately.
- David Baldwin's Trauma Info
The Trauma Information Pages focus primarily on emotional trauma and traumatic
stress, including PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder), whether following
individual traumatic experience(s) or a large-scale disaster. New information
is added to this site about once a month. The purpose of this site is to
provide information about traumatic stress for clinicians and researchers in
- Psyche -
Psyche is a refereed electronic journal available in both electronic and print
formats, dedicated to supporting the interdiciplinary exploration of the nature
of consciousness. The journal publishes material relevant to that exploration
from the perspectives afforded by the disciplines of cognitive science,
psychology, philosophy, physics, neuroscience, artificial intelligence and
anthropology. Interdisciplinary discussions are particularly encouraged. A
hardcopy version, distributed by The MIT Press, is simultaneously published
with the electronic version.
- Dr. Bob's
Psychopharmacology Tips -
An excellent, interesting site of advice and tips about prescribing a wide
range of psychiatric medications. The tips are searchable, and are mainly
generated from discussions on a psycho-pharm mailing list.
- Internet Mental Health -
This is an encyclopedic resource from the Vancouver Mental Health Support
Group. The site serves both professional and lay populations. Intended as a
worldwide resource, it provides descriptions of evaluation and treatment modes
from different countries.
- APA (American Psychiatric Association)
This site includes a wide range of information such as links to other
organizations, schedule of events, current news, clinical and research
resources and public information.
- American Psychological Association PsychNET
This site is extensive and useful for both the general public and
psychologists. It includes introductory materials, science information and
practice information. The site is well-organized and can be searched by
- The American Academy of Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) -
The site is full of information. The site includes "Facts for Families",
"Research Report Card", "Government Affairs", and information on annual
meetings. Their publication catalog is also available.
- Computers in Mental Health: Software
Offers a database of reviews of software programs of use to mental health
professionals, software ordering information, and links to software sites. This
page also features online mental health brochures and a collection of mental
health computing articles.
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