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Life After Hate, Inc., a 501(c)(3) U.S. nonprofit, was created in 2009 by former members of the American violent... see more

The Society for Health Psychology website includes information for instructors, students, as well as practictioners and... see more

Ionica Smeets (@ionicasmeets) via a TED talk presents a humorous, thoughtful look at correlation, including the... see more

Split-brain patient 'Joe' being tested by Michael Gazzaniga who worked with Roger Sperry.

Tutorial for formatting a manuscript for APA style rules using Word 2010 for Windows.

Without shame, judgment, or taboos, 5 Minutes of Intercourse is an opportunity for you to think openly and objectively... see more

Cogtest, Inc., "provides cognitive testing services to the pharmaceutical industry, and Psychmed, Inc., which provides... see more

Professor of psychology Sheldon Cohen explains the link between stress and more severe cold symptoms.

The Psych Learning Curve is a place where educators, students, parents, activists and psychologists can explore how... see more examines the latest research as well as discussion of topical stories, concerning the areas of psychology and... see more

Kristoffer Magnusson's blog includes visualization of r and r squared, Power, and Cohen's d.  These visualizations allow... see more

In this segment of Secrets of the Mind, Dr. Vilayanur Ramachandran explains his research on why phantom limb pain... see more

Your Amazing Brain...  asks you to explore your brain, take part in real-life experiments and test yourself with our... see more

Daniel Simons' YouTube channel provides visitors with the opportunity to explore his research on visual perception. The... see more

This short video helps anyone see the difference between the way we may casually use the term "theory" and what is... see more

Daniel Kahneman, psychologist and winner of the Nobel prize in Economics for work in behavioral economics, presents this... see more

Guess the correlation is a game where based on scatterplots, users guess the correlation (positive only, no negative... see more

The site walks the user through the 12 cranial nerves with pictures and descriptions.