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The Whole Brain Atlas   http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/home.html  Site Reviews(1)
This is an excellent site reviewing the structure and function of the human brain.
Added: Jul 31, 2005  Last Update: Jul 31, 2005  Category: W    Hits Out: 5
What Makes Kids Care?   http://www.apa.org/pubinfo/altruism.html  Site Reviews(1)
The American Psychological Association includes information on its website about why children care for others and includes tips for parents who want to encourage their children to be more altruistic.
Added: Aug 22, 2005  Last Update: Aug 22, 2005  Category: W    Hits Out: 7
The Whole Brain Atlas   http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/home.html  Site Reviews(1)

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Who uses Psychological Services in Canada   http://www.crhspp.ca/Docs/huns.htm  Site Reviews(3)
This is an article about John Hunsley’s research collected during the National Population Health Survey.
Added: Jul 31, 2005  Last Update: Jul 31, 2005  Category: W    Hits Out: 7
World Lecture Hall   http://web.austin.utexas.edu/wlh/  Site Reviews(0)
Welcome to World Lecture Hall, your entry point to free online course materials from around the world. Please browse, search, learn and enjoy.
Added: Sep 24, 2005  Last Update: Sep 24, 2005  Category: W    Hits Out: 8
Working and Playing with Dreams   http://www.rider.edu/~suler/dreams.html  Site Reviews(0)
Every dream has many layers of meaning. Every object, person, and situation in a dream may have many meanings. So take your time in trying to understand it. Think of your dream as something to EXPLORE. You have to look at it from different angles, walk around in it for awhile, work with it - and then its many meanings will begin to reveal themselves. Try not to give into the pressure to "interpret" a dream. If you put yourself or others on the spot to "tell me what it means" then you are taking the wrong attitude toward working with the dream. It's not a game of Jeopardy or a multiple choice test where there's a right or wrong answer. Working with a dream is more like playing with it - the kind of play that involves creativity, imagination, and a willingness to experiment. It also requires patience!
Added: Nov 14, 2006  Last Update: Nov 14, 2006  Category: W    Hits Out: 10
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