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"PsychCrawler is a product of the American Psychological Association created to provide quick access to quality content in the field of psychology".

A philosophy search service by the Internet Applications Laboratory, University of Evansville. Parts of the site were still under construction on January 26, 2002.

Hippias is Argos' younger sibling in using the limited area search engine (LASE) technology developed at the Unviersity of Evansville. It uses the same system of peer-review that Argos uses to limit the range of responses to philosophy-related resources.

Social Psychology Network, the largest social psychology database on the Internet. In these pages, you'll find more than 5,000 links to psychology-related resources.

Words like community, psychology, and prevention are on nearly every page. Try using other descriptive words to narrow your search.

Spanish Psychological Association. To search for an article, enter a single word, several words, or a phrase. For search tips click here.

Psychology Guides & Research Sites

"In 1925 the Hollywood film producer Samuel Goldwyn offered Freud $100,000 if he would collaborate on a love film..." Psychoanalysis may not be the box office draw it once was, but anyone with an interest in Sigmund Freud or the evolution of psychotherapy in the 20th century will want to explore this fine offering from the Vienna-based Sigmund Freud Society. Visit the Media Library to watch early film clips of the original celebrity shrink or listen to a 1938 London interview with Freud, who had just escaped Austria's Nazi regime. Other features on the site include: a photo tour of Freud's apartment in the heart of Vienna; images of the famous man's couch and his collection of antiquities; and a profile of Anna Freud, his youngest child, herself a renowned psychoanalyst and advocate for children."

Department of Psychology, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

"The Neural Systems Group is focussed on research into cognitive, computational, sensory and systems neuroscience, and neural network computing, while the Evolution and Behaviour Research Group is oriented toward issues in ethology, sociobiology, behavioural ecology and evolutionary theory."-[University of Newcastle]-

A searchable directory of Psychology Websites with over 2000 links for you to choose from. Other sites hosted at are the Theory Into Practice (TIP) database and the Society for the Quantitative Analyses of Behavior.

This is an index to Internet resources relevant to research in cognitive science and psychology. It will be maintained in parallel in The Data Archive at the University of Essex, UK, and in the Stanford Psychology Department. The index is not intended to cover clinical psychology, psychiatry, on-line support groups, and other practical fields related to mental health.

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From the University of Michigan, SRCD is a multidisciplinary, not-for-profit, professional association with an international membership of approximately 5,000 researchers, practitioners, and human development professionals.

Psychological Research on the Net

The Internet Psychology Research Institute is a non-profit, virtual research organization. It is registered under the Charitable Trust and Corporation Act in the state of Oregon.

A list of Terminology, Encyclopedias, Handbooks, Electronic Indexes and Abstracts, Internet Resources, Print Abstracts and Indexes and Style Manuals.

Philosophy Guides & Research Sites

This is a concise guide to technical terms and personal names often encountered in the study of philosophy.

Excerpts & info on the post-existentialist, post-objectivist 'Working Minds' philosophy of G.E. Nordell, available as e-books; partly based on ideas of Ayn Rand, Albert Camus, Eric Berne, C. Wright Mills and others, with a little quantum physics and lots of cutting original thought...

Learn to "unlearn" for instant enlightenment. Philosophy can be funny too!

The purpose of the Pages is to make available, first of all to Hopkins faculty, students, and staff, and second to anyone else with access to the Web, a reasonably up-to-date, comprehensive, and informative set of links to philosophy resources available through WWW and through other means on the Internet.

The Gallery of Russian Thinkers - This is the first electronic site devoted to Russian philosophy, its main tendencies and problems. Contains lithographic portraits of major Russian thinkers.

The web presence of PHILOSOPHY NOW, the world's biggest-selling philosophy periodical. PHILOSOPHY NOW is a news-stand magazine aimed at the general public containing articles on all aspects of philosophy, often written by leaders in the field. The website contains an archive articles, links, discussion forum, and philosophy events calendars.

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