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  1. Handbook of Research Methods in Social and Personality Psychology
  2. Social Psychology by Sharon S. Brehm, Saul M. Kassin, et all 2005-06-30
  3. Methods of Research In Social Psychology by Elliot Aronson, Phoebe C Ellsworth, et all 1989-11-01
  4. Instructor's Resource Manual for Baron/Byrne SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY by Jeanine R. Bloyd, 1996-09-10
  5. Study Guide for Baron/Byrne SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 7th edition by Robert A. Baron, Donn Erwin Byrne, et all 1997-03-13
  6. Social Psychology (SAGE Course Companions) by Carol Brown, 2006-03-29
  7. Social Cognition and Aging
  8. Social Psychology by Robert A. Baron, Donn Erwin Byrne, 2002-03
  9. Social Psychology by D.G. Myers, 2006-12-01
  10. The Social Psychology of Music
  11. Social Psychology by Jonathon D. Brown, 2006-01
  12. Social Psychology by Elliot Aronson, 2003
  13. Annual Editions: Social Psychology 05/06 (Annual Editions : Social Psychology) by Karen G Duffy, 2004-12-06
  14. Grade Aid Social Psychology Eleventh Edition with Other by Melinda Blackman, Robert A. Baron, 2005-03

101. Department Of Social Psychology
Department of social psychology. Department of social psychology, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo. Last Updated 03/12/15.
Department of Social Psychology
Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology / Faculty of Letters
The University of Tokyo
(since 1998/4/1)
Japanese Page (for more info, but requires Japanese fonts)
Name (Homepage) E-Mail Professor Hiroko Akiyama, Ph.D Professor Susumu Yamaguchi , Ph.D Professor Ken'ichi Ikeda , Ph.D Associate Professor Takashi Oka , Ph.D Instructor Hiroaki Morio, Ph.D
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102. Psychwatch Journals- Social Psychology
Back to Psychwatch, social psychology Journals. The following is a list of journals which seem to be of use and importance to the field of social psychology.

103. Frank McAndrew's Home Page
This is the home page for Frank McAndrew, a psychology professor at Knox College with research interests in social psychology, evolutionary psychology, and environmental psychology.

104. Industrial And Corporate Change
The journal is committed to presenting and interpreting the evidence on corporate and industrial change, drawing from an interdisciplinary set of approaches and theories from economics, sociology of organization, organization theory, political science, and social psychology.
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April 2004
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publishes Industrial and Corporate Change assisted by Stanford University Libraries' HighWire Press
Online ISSN: 1464-3650

105. Evolutionary Psychology
This article attempts to describe evolutionary psychology and the challenge it poses to traditional social science, and then discusses opportunities evolutionary psychology opens for Christian apologetics.
EVOLUTION DIALOGUE Evolutionary Psychology Challenges the Current Social Sciences J. Raymond Zimmer
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Chicago, IL 60629 Evolutionary psychology is a new multidisciplinary field which promises to irrevocably change the traditional social sciences. This article introduces evolutionary psychology, explains how it challenges current social science, then discusses the opportunities it presents for Christian apologetics. To show that evolutionary psychology theories may be complementary, rather than antagonistic, to Christian views, a hypothesis within the Darwinian paradigm is proposed to explain the evolution of human awareness of supernature. Human awareness of supernature may be founded on the logical relationship between evolutionarily recent psychological adaptations in response to novel hominid social arrangements and more ancient mammalian psychologies. The hypothesis, though based on naturalism, paradoxically eclipses atheistic natural philosophy. Awareness of something beyond nature may be integral to human survival. Once again, there is much ado about Darwinism in the popular press

106. CogNet Library: MITECS
A comprehensive, online encyclopedia of psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, linguistics, AI, and social/cultural psychology. Only abstracts and bibliographies available for free.
LOG IN All of CogNet Library News Jobs Seminars Gradudate Programs Calls for Papers Home Library News Jobs ... Graduate Programs References Journals Books Conference Materials
The CogNet Library : References Collection The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences September 2001
ISBN 0-262-73144-4
1/2 x 11, 1104 pp.
From Bradford Books:
The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences (MITECS)
Edited by Robert A. Wilson and Frank C. Keil MITECS classifies the cognitive and brain sciences into six domains: (1) computational intelligence (2) culture, cognition, and evolution (3) linguistics and language (4) neuroscience (5) philosophy, and (6) psychology. Each section contains an extended series of brief entries on the defining research topics of the domain. Table of Contents

107. The Psychiatric Zone
Information about various psychiatric topics including neuroscience, psychology and social sciences. Also therapy and mental health issues.
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The Psychiatric Zone
Dr Sabry Abdel Fattah, MRCPsych

A page of links for use by A'level and degree students studying sociology, psychology, research, criminology and British politics.
'He is able who thinks he is able' - Buddha I intend to use this page as a notice board of sorts for students studying social sciences at A'level and degree level - I will be putting all the useful links I have found on it and also link to a page containing any ideas, tips, useful bits of info that I find - it will be updated regularly - please feel free to visit often! I make no apologies for the fact that this page is geared towards U.K. students. Oh, O.K. then - sorry! I do apologise for the disorganisation of the site - I will be making it easier to negotiate (with headings and page breaks, etc) very soon - please bear with me :o) Anything that you would like to pass on for this page will be gratefully received - please remember to add your name so I can give you the credit!! Coming soon ...... a guide to referencing assignments ...... a postgraduate funding page (U.K.) ...... see you again soon ....... Links I have found so far:
  • the utterly wonderful, useful and life saving SOSIG Social Science Information Gateway sister site to SOSIG - database of all ESRC funded research in the U.K. - just the place to look for that elusive piece of research

109. Adams Faculty Page
psychology of religious thought and behavior, particularly dogmatic thinking, religious maturity, and apostacy; social cognition, the interface between social and clinical psychology (St Michael's College, VT).
Psychology Faculty
  • Research Interests: the psychology of religious thought and behavior, pedagogy, and the interface between social and clinical psychology. Courses Taught: General Psychology Psychological Statistics , Research Methods, Social Psychology, Psychology of Religion , Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Practicum I: Interpersonal Skills, Advanced Topics: The Self, and Advanced Social (Graduate Clinical Program).
Dr. Jeffrey B. Adams Faculty Department Home Department Links

110. Guilford Press, Publishing Books In Psychology, Psychotherapy, Mental Health, Ps
Publishes in psychology and psychiatry, social work, education, communications, geography, and social theory.
Welcome to Guilford Press (Guilford Publications) publisher of professional and trade books, videos, audio cassettes, journals and newsletters, and software in psychology and psychiatry, social work, education, communications, geography, and social theory. Please wait a moment.

111. Education And Social Science Library, UIUC
Overviews of special and general collections, tools for information resources, and subject guides for anthropology, education, political science, psychology, social work, sociology, and speech communication.





Education and Social Science Library Anthropology Education Political Science Psychology ... About Us Catalog Connections
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View ERIC Documents PsycINFO Social Sci.Citation Index ... Article Databases (A-Z) Click Here To Browse More Options Anthropological Index Anthropological Literature Online Books-in-Print Chicano Database Child Abuse and Neglect Current Contents Dissertation Abstracts EBSCO (Academic Search Elite) EBSCO (Military and Gov. Coll.) EBSCO (Newspaper Source) EBSCO (Prof. Development Coll.) Education Full-Text (1983 - ) ERIC ERIC Documents Full-Text Expanded Academic (Infotrac) eHRAF Collection of Archaeology eHRAF Collection of Ethnography Interlibrary Loan International ERIC Int. Political Science Abstracts

112. SOSIG: Forensic Psychology And Legal Issues
The forensic and legal psychology section of the social Science Information Gateway.
Forensic Psychology and Legal Issues Editor: LTSN Psychology, Social Science Information Gateway You are here : Home Psychology Home Psychology > Forensic Psychology and Legal Issues
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Resource Type Search in whole catalogue current section Top 50 sites in Psychology Advanced Search Thesauri Map of the Psychology section Browse Sub-Sections Civil Rights and Civil Law Crime Prevention Criminal Law and Criminal Adjudication Browse Related Sections Criminology Expert Witnesses Internet Resources Listed By Type alphabetically Europe UK For a short description click the title. To access the resource directly click Editor's Choice (key resources in this subject) Division of Forensic Psychology, British Psychological Society Forensic Science Society Legal and Criminological Psychology Companies Up Forensic Panel Data Up Bureau of Justice Statistics (US) National Archive of Criminal Justice Data Educational Materials Up Governmental Bodies Up National Criminal Justice Reference Service Journals (contents and abstracts) Up Harvard Review of Psychiatry Journals (full text) Up Forensic Echo (The) Legal and Criminological Psychology Mailing Lists/Discussion Groups Up forensic-psych (listserv discussion list) Profiling-L The Criminal Profiling Discussion List PSYLAW-L Organisations/Societies Up Academy of Behavioral Profiling Academy of Psychological Clinical Science American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law ... Division of Forensic Psychology, British Psychological Society

113. Psychology Of Cyberspace - The Palace Study
Intensive case study of the psychological and social dynamics of The Palace community.
Psychology of Cyberspace >> Home Page Article Index Subject index Search Engine This section first created in May 96 John Suler, Ph.D. Rider University
Life at the Palace
A Cyberpsychology Case Study The Palace is a client/server program that creates a highly visual, spatial, and auditory chat environment. It is an excellent example of the current trend toward graphical, interactive domains on the internet, sometimes referred to as "habitats," "GMUKS" (Graphical Multi-user Konversation), or, "multimedia chat." Currently, there are many Palace sites located across the internet, varying widely in technical and artistic sophistication as well as graphical themes (e.g., a futuristic Cybertown, a haunted house, Japan, Star Trek, etc.). Some sites are commercial, some private. Some even may be considered "art." The oldest and one of the most populated sites is the Main Mansion, or simply "Main." Created and maintained by TPI (The Palace Incorporated, which later merged with Electric Communities), Mansion consists of approximately 30 rooms - including a bar, a game room, bedrooms, a study, a beach, a moor, and several surrealistic locales, such as the orbit of an alien planet and an underground space that looks like Hades. These room graphics often are used at other Palace sites. Users can move freely within and between the rooms. They talk with each other via typed text that appears in balloons that pop out from one's head, similar to characters in comic strips. A unique feature of the Palace is the ability to create icons to represent oneself. These icons, called "avatars" or "props" can be changed at will.

114. Buddhist Meditation And Depth Psychology
Scientific, spiritual and social exploration on meditation and its impact on Westerners.
Help Home Theravada Text Archives Buddhist Publication Society ... The Wheel
Buddhist Meditation and Depth Psychology
Douglas M. Burns
The Wheel Publication No. 88/89
ISBN 955-24-0114-3 For free distribution only.
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Kandy, Sri Lanka This edition was transcribed directly from PageMaker files provided by the BPS.
Mind is the forerunner of all (evil) conditions.
Mind is their chief, and they are mind-made.
If, with an impure mind, one speaks or acts, Then suffering follows one Even as the cart wheel follows the hoof of the ox. Mind is the forerunner of all (good) conditions. Mind is their chief, and they are mind-made. If, with a pure mind, one speaks or acts, Then happiness follows one Like a never-departing shadow.

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116. Extropy Institute
Transhumanist group which advocates using technology to extend healthy life, augment intelligence, optimize psychology, and improve social systems.
  • Extropy: the extent of a system's intelligence, information, and capacity for improvement. Extropy: the evolution
    of progress.

Critical Thinking about the Future Extropy Institute Issues
the Proactionary Principle
The VP Summit I Upcoming: "Colloquium - Enhancing Cooperation Among Transhumanist Organizations" July 2004 (to be announced).
Upcoming: Summit — Vital Progress "VP II" Fall 2004

Extropy Institute is in the planning stages for VP Summit II. The second Summit is the building of scenarios on complex issues as they affect caution about technological dangers and transhumanism.
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Center for Responsible Nanotechnology
... World Transhumanist Association Join Extropy Institute in developing a worldwide culture for the future! Send us your URL for ExI's resources. To join Extropy Institute — Transhumanist FAQ Extropy Institute (ExI) has grown from a groundbreaking futurist organization to a worldwide incubator for solutions.

117. The Prime Time Program
Coeducational college for working adults with courses in psychology, Management, American Studies, social Work, Nursing and other subject areas.
Select Area of Interest Academic Programs Apply Online Arts Events Blackboard Calendars Campus Web Contact Us Continuing Studies Course Directory Course Schedules Employee Directory Employment Faculty Web Pages The Gengras Center Get My E-Mail Giving to SJC The Graduate School Information Request Library Maps and Directions Online Courses Prime Time Program Publications School Young Children Student Financial Svc Visiting/Events The Women's College Map-Directions Contact Us A-Z Index Directory Services ... Schools
Academic Resources The Prime Time Program The Prime Time Program brings many distinct advantages for working adults.
  • Convenience and flexibility in scheduling The Saint Joseph College faculty A creative, stimulating, and caring learning environment Small classes Extensive academic support services A range of academic programs
The Prime Time Program at Saint Joseph College was established in 1985 to provide an option for working men and women who want to earn a baccalaureate degree on weekends without interfering with professional or family responsibilities. It is geared to the mature, self-motivated individual who is seeking an alternative means of completing his or her education. Classes are intensive learning experiences adapted to a weekend time frame. Many courses cover the same class material as traditional courses but follow a different methodology, with fewer class contact hours and more directed study. Most classes meet for three and one-half hours per weekend, or once a week, M-H evenings. Three terms are scheduled during the

118. Horse Behavior And Psychology, From White Horse Farm Equine Ethology Project
Features illustrated articles and forum discussion on the psychology and behavior of the horse. Subjects include evolution, social behavior and welfare, learning, body language, grazing, family, history of horse Whispering, and history of the Thoroughbred. Also provides related links.
Horse Behavior and Psychology from the White Horse Equine Ethology Project EVOLUTION AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE THOROUGHBRED PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR THE HORSE IN WORK WELFARE BREEDS OF THE HORSE THE ORIGINS OF HORSE WHISPERING THE PROJECT Awarded by the Zurich Animal Protection Society. Research partners and sponsors.
The horse has been designed and molded by evolution so that it possesses a range of behaviors that have supported its existence and maintained the survival of the Equine species. The relationship between the horse and mankind is thousands of years old, but it is only in the last half century that we have begun to seriously study the core behaviors which make up the 'nature' of those animals that we use. Many management methods in use today have their origins in the days before new disciplines such as Ethology, Sociobiology and comparative psychology arose, yet it is these disciplines that have offered us an understanding of both animal and human nature, and insights into how behavior can best be understood, and behavioral problems overcome. The site is brought to you by the White Horse Equine Ethology Project , and has become internationally acknowledged as an important and unique Equine Behavior resource accessed by users and members from 102 countries worldwide, including faculty and students from over 1250 universities, colleges and centers of tertiary education in 67 countries.

119. Perspectives On Imitation
Royaumont Abbey, France; 2426 May 2002.
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Imitation, one of the primary forms of social learning, is often thought of as a low-level, relatively childish or even mindless phenomenon. This may be a serious mistake. It is beginning to look, in light of recent work in the cognitive sciences, as if imitation is a rare, perhaps even uniquely human ability, which may be fundamental to what is distinctive about human learning, intelligence, rationality, and culture. If so, this will have important consequences for our understanding of ourselves both individually and socially. In particular, social learning by imitation is not merely a mechanism by means of which children acquire culture, but may also have pervasive influence throughout adulthood, in ways that we are only just beginning to understand. The purpose of the conference is to bring together the world's leading figures working on imitation from various disciplines in order to relate and integrate different research traditions. The cognitive sciences have made significant recent advances in the study of imitation. We aim to make these accessible to the social sciences, so as to clarify their philosophical and social importance, and facilitate cross-fertilization between the cognitive and social sciences in this area. Organizers: Prof. Susan Hurley

120. Joensuu University Library
Humanities, education, science, social science, economy, forestry, theology, psychology.

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