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A tutorial designed to teach students about positive reinforcement.

This U.S. State Department site is designed to help students learn about the world of current international affairs.... see more

An interactive Flash movie on designed to help students learn all about the structures of the brain visible from a... see more

This is a fantastic site for all those car lovers out there. Here you can get all the latest reviews and upcoming events.... see more

Part of a larger website: Internet Psychology Lab. Examples of ambiguous figures.

A SeaWorld Education Department Resource that focuses on Animal Behavior and training using basic learning principles.

Provides an introduction to understand the basics of and working with the Excel.

This site has links to Piagetian thoughts on cognitive development as well asVygotsky, general info, intelligence... see more

Educator's Guide, examines a national documentary project about twelve diverse communities exploring the changing face of... see more

Reframing America explores aspects of immigration revealed through photographs taken by immigrant artists. Seven... see more

The Ansel Adams Archive Educator's Guide features photographs of intimate details of nature and complements study in many... see more

Educator's Guide features photographs of Mexico and complements study in many subject areas, including art, photography,... see more

This is a self-help center, designed to help visitors reduce stress and depression, overcome addictive behaviors, improve... see more

Pseudo-Isochromatic Plates for Color Vision Testing

Information on Phonology (pronunciation).

from site ... "This tutorial is a component of the courseware of the Psychology Centre of Athabasca University. The... see more

from site: "This website deals with scientific research programs in personality. They are offered as candidates for the... see more

One section from is The Internet Pathology Laboratory... see more

"Here is a small collection of tutorials and demonstrations related to our senses. Choose a topic and have fun." John H.... see more

""There seems to be a pervasive notion that "you can prove anything with statistics." This is only true if you use them... see more

collection of tutorials on basic neural functions. Such tutorials should be appropriate for courses in biopsychology,... see more

A posting by permission by Russell Turpin of his very useful article on the Characterization of Quack Theories. Included... see more