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  1. The Social Psychology of Helping And Altruism by David A Schroeder, John F Dovidio, et all 1994-12-01
  2. Social Comparison and Social Psychology: Understanding Cognition, Intergroup Relations, and Culture

141. Gambling PhD - Online Casino Gambling Information
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142. Evolutionary Psychology: The Ultimate Origins Of Human Behavior
Online text by Jack and Linda Palmer on evolutionary aspects of human behavior in contexts such as mate selection and the development and maintenance of social hierarchies. Topics include human origins, evolution of the brain and mind, language, tool use and art, and challenges of the modern environment.
in any form without written consent of Dr. Jack Palmer and the Department of Psychology at
The University of Louisiana at Monroe.
© 2002-2003 by Dr. Jack Palmer.
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143. Developmental Psychology
Psychological research and theory about children's social and cognitive development including lesson plans, classroom activities, and web links.
of k h g @ d e v p s y . o r g : Study psychological research and theory about children's social and cognitive development with resources like lesson plans, classroom activities, and web links. : Learn from essays on a variety of child development topics. Developmental Psychology teachers can share lesson plans, classroom activities, and assignment ideas to make our classes as thought-provoking and engaging as possible. : Navigate a directory of non-profit, content-filled, web-sites related to Developmental Psychology. Portrayals of Development outside Science : Growing up is not only portrayed by Developmental Psychology. This section includes portrayals of development in other disciplines, like literature and poetry. : Relax with some light-hearted reading about the lives of academic developmental psychologists. K. H. Grobman : Find out about my research,teaching, and the circuitous path I took to become a developmental psychologist. : Graphic design has always been a hobby of mine and it grew into an interest in web design about 6 years ago. This section provides resources for developing your own web-site and examples of my graphic design. Time permitting, I volunteer to help design web-sites for non-profit organizations who help children. Please consider linking to DevPsy.Org

144. Cheiron International Society For The History Of The Social And Behavioral Scien
Concerned with the history of psychology and related studies. Includes meetings and list of officers.

145. HCII 2005: Home
11th International Conference on HumanComputer Interaction. Jointly organized with Symposium on Human Interface (Japan) 2005, 6th International Conference on Engineering psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, 3rd International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction, 1st International Conference on Virtual Reality, 1st International Conference on Usability and Internationalization, 1st International Conference on Online Communities and social Computing, and 1st International Conference on Augmented Cognition. 22-27 Jul 2005. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
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11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
jointly with
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  • 3rd International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction
  • 1st International Conference on Virtual Reality
  • 1st International Conference on Usability and Internationalization 1st International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing 1st International Conference on Augmented Cognition
to be held at the Caesars Palace Hotel Under the auspices of 9 distinguished international boards of 198 members from 30 countries!
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146. Early Social Cognition Lab, University Of Virginia
Research interests of Angeline Lillard, Associate Professor of psychology at the University of Virginia, including parental cues to pretense, children's understanding of pretense and theory of mind.
Early Social Cognition Laboratory
Angeline Lillard
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Research Personnel
Graduate students
Lili Ma
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Undergraduates Lindsay Bigum
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Jessica Trainor Linh Tran Rachael Wells Lab Coordinator Lynn Heath Lab coordinator Lynn Heath strains to listen in on the lab's bananaphone conference call, surrounded by (clockwise from upper left) Lili Ma, Angeline Lillard, Jannifer Van Reet, Ashley Pinkham, Davide Massaro, and Tracy Nishida.
Current research
Signs of Pretense
For the past few years, we have been deciphering what features distinguish pretend acts from real ones. There must be some features of pretense that babies can pick up on, that make it so babies do not mistakenly confuse pretense acts as a new kind of real act. Something in pretense must serve to signal babies, "interpret this as a different kind of act." We are investigating a wide array of potential cues, and eliciting a wealth of interesting data. These concern how the voice changes in pretense (using the Computer Speech Lab), how the content of speech changes, how one moves differently in pretense (using the Flock of Birds motion monitor), facial expressions in pretense and whether there is a special type of smile, social referencing in pretense, and so on. We are also examining which of the behavioral changes we see are useful to adults and children in judging whether an act is pretense, and how well babies seem to understand pretense.

147. Y2K Bibliography Of Experimental Economics And Social Science
A bibliography containing about 2500 citations, with keywords and selected abstracts, for papers in economics and other social sciences that use laboratory experiments to study human behavior (political science, psychology, law, finance, and accounting).
The Bibliography of Experimental Economics and Social Science Charles A. Holt This bibliography lists exactly publications, plus about 500 discussion papers in experimental economics and social science (updated December 29, 1999). It is arranged by keyword topic, roughly following the layout of Davis and Holt's Experimental Economics (1993). Each citation appears in only one primary category on the left, and may appear in multiple sub-topic listings. Asterisks indicate data that I have a question about, and selected abstracts represent my personal interpretations, which are not necessarily those of the author(s). I hope that you find it useful, and corrections and suggestions are welcome: Charles Holt ). The on-line search product provided by the Endnote program used to compile this bibliography has been discontinued, and I am working on an alternative. Methodology
(130 items) General, Surveys Subject Pool and Gender Effects Incentive Effects ... Game Theory
(422 items) Dilemma Games Coordination Games,

148. Welcome To The Psychology Internet
psychology section, school of social sciences.
CACTUS RESEARCH INTRANET SEARCH ... SITEMAP Psychology Section, University of Teesside, Borough Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 3BA
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Welcome to the psychology section
Here you'll find details on courses, research and members of staff of the section, as well as general information about psychology. Click on any of the links to the left, or above to access the web pages. Psychology is a large section within the School of Social Sciences. We are based in the newly refurbished Clarendon Building, in central Middlesbrough. Psychology at Teesside is funded at the higher Band B science level. All undergraduate psychology degrees and the PGDIP conversion are recognised by the British Psychological Association as conferring Graduate Basis for Recognition (GBR). MSc Health Psychology, and MSc Counselling Psychology have been accredited by the BPS. The MSc in Forensic Psychology is currently undergoing the accreditation process. Overview of the site

149. Oxford Brookes University
School of Social Sciences and Law Academic Schools Psychology Home Courses
Certificate in Occupational Testing

MSc Cognitive Neuropsychology

MSc Child Development and Learning
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Psychology Department Psychology is the scientific study of the mind and behaviour. It is an empirically based discipline which has developed its own distinctive research methods and techniques as well as drawing upon those from a variety of related areas. The Psychology Department offers a range of options at undergraduate level, all within the University's modular programme. All courses offer training in empirical methods and research design as well as a range of transferable skills. Students are allowed considerable choice over the content of their programmes. Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education The QAA visited the Psychology Department 31/1/99-3/2/99. The Department gained an excellent result (23/24) with the following breakdown.
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    150. Klauer, Karl Christoph
    social cognition, cognitive psychology, research methods (Bonn U., Germany)

    151. Walden Community
    and information for potential members.......Community in Spain. Seeks personal and social development. Features equality, shared income, communal education, scientific psychology, vegan.
    English Español THE WALDEN COMMUNITY Community Description Beyond Walden Two Links Community Description This community's reason to be is personal, interpersonal and cultural development, resulting in the building of an essentially new culture, characterized by a permanent search for the Good, for Truth and Beauty. Thus, we face social and ecological problems from a perspective of primary prevention, which really allows to get out of doing patchwork. Four basic pillars of the above mentioned development that we intentionally choose and for which we find a symbol in the name "Walden Community" are:
  • personal change, indispensable for meaningful social change; a model of society based on equality, cooperation and genuine friendship, within small, self-manageable communities; ecology as a basic criterion for all our behaviors; the application, to every aspect of life, of scientific psychology, with an integrative, yet neither mentalistic nor spiritualistic approach (see Beyond Walden Two
  • The Walden Community was founded in Spain in 1996. We are five members (three adults and two children). We practice a preventive concept of health. According to it, as well as to vital ecological reasons, we choose vegan nutrition (pure vegetarian, free of animal products, see Links: Veganism ) and natural medicine. Members self-determine their behavior by their own commitment with the principles they build every day (as personal as well as community's principles), not by following a code of rules. We have a non-political, non-religious, non-dogmatic approach; we promote not speeches but reflection and debate, not indoctrination but personal development.

    152. Diederik A. Stapel, Social Psychology
    Person perception, self perception, social comparison, psychophysics and comparative and social judgment, motivational processing, prejudice and stereotyping, political psychology, consumer psychology (U. of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
    Diederik A.Stapel
    Department of Psychology, University of Groningen
    Social Psychology
    Department of Psychology
    University of Groningen
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    The Netherlands
    Main Professional Interests Person perception
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    Social comparison Motivational processing Prejudice and stereotyping Political psychology Consumer psychology Updated : 7 March 2000 Home Resumé Publications Dissertation Personal ... Email hosted by the rosetta stone consultancy

    153. Ori Ashman-Cognitive Developmental Psychology
    Doctoral student in the Lynch Graduate School of Education, Boston College. psychology papers and research information background on stereotypes, cross cultural, Japan, social, pictures.
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    Welcome! This Website provides information on my research in the area of social-cognitive psychology and also on my personal interests. For questions and suggestions, please email me Ori Ashman, M.A.
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    154. Professor Sammy Gouti
    psychology Educator, Researcher, Statistician, and Writer. Teaches Statistics for the social Sciences, Statistics for psychology, and Statistical applications in social/ Behavioral Science and Psychological Research.

    155. Bertram Malle's Web Page
    social and personality psychology, judgment and decision making (U. of Oregon, USA)
    Bertram F. Malle
    Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
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    Phone: (541) 346-0475. FAX: (541) 346-4911
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    156. Graduate School Programs - Social / Personality Psychology
    Directory of social and Personality psychology graduate and postgraduate school programs, including contact information, program descriptions and links to
    Social and Behavioral Sciences
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    157. Springer Publishing Company
    Publisher of professional and scholarly books, journals and encyclopedias in nursing, gerontology, psychology, and social sciences.
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    Nursing Psychology Long-Term Care Medical Education ... Rehabilitation Welcome to Springer Publishing On-line. Springer Publishing has been publishing books and journals in the health sciences since 1950. We provide vital information to professionals in the fields of nursing, gerontology, long-term care, psychology, public health, social work, rehabilitation, and medical education.
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    158. Counseling And Therapy News
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    159. Collins, Nancy L.
    Close relationships, interpersonal perception, social support, health psychology (UC Santa Barbara, USA)

    160. Reeder, Glen
    social cognition, impression formation and attribution process, prejudice toward people with AIDS/HIV (Illinois State U., USA)

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