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   Social Psychology - The Branch of psychology that concentrates on any and all aspects of human behavior that involve persons and their relationships to other persons, groups, social institutions and to society as a whole.

ADL - Fighting Anti-Semitism, Hatred, Prejudice and Bigotry - The mission of the Anti-Defamation League is to stop the defamation of the Jewish people, to secure justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike. 4/5

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A Sociological Tour through Cyberspace  3/5
Allyn & Bacon's Sociology Links: Social Psychology - Analyzing Social Interaction. American Psychological Association PsychNET (SM) Current Research in Social Psychology. Emotional Support.  3/5
Analyzing Social Interaction - Analysing Social Interation - affect and Control Theory, events structure, affect ....  3/5
Anti-Racism.Net - Racial profiling is one of the most pressing civil rights issues of our time. It extends beyond direct victims to negatively affect all persons of color of all generations and income levels. It undermines the legitimacy of the criminal justice system, and hinders effective policing in the communities that need it the most.  4/5
Anti-Racism Site - Learn about racism,   racism's history, hate groups, and some people who have fought to end racism.  3/5
Antisemitism Research Resources - This Web site provides annotated links and original material about antisemitism and the Holocaust (Shoah).  3/5
Attachment Theory - Attachment theory is an ethological approach to personality development. According to John Bowlby (1969), attachment is a part of many organisms' native endowment. To read about Attachment theory and how it relates to human interaction and feelings click on to these two related links.  3/5
Beyond Prejudice - This sight deals with educational materials on the psychological research dynamics of racism, sexism, ageism, and the other disabilities of prejudicial thinking and behavior. 3/5
Campaign Against Racism and Fascism - Based in the UK  3/5
Collective Behavior and the Social Psychologies of Social Institution - Here we will consider the most "macro" dimensions of social psychology, those social forces arising out of the interactions of large numbers of individuals and groups which, in turn, are the master templates patterning the cultural and social orders. One cannot study the behaviors of individuals without devoting some attention to the broader socio-cultural environments--their economic structures, stratification orders, technological systems of communication and transportation, family processes, demographics, and value systems-- structuring their social lives. 4/5
Consumer Psychology: Food Psychology Menu 3/5
Cross-Cultural Psychology - Under Construction
Cultural Identity Theory (Sometimes called New Social Movements Theory) - A Slide Show. 3/5
Social & Cultural Differences in Child-Rearing - A Test Paper.  3/5
Economic Psychology - The general orientation of the unit is that of a study of economic behavior using psychological theory and methods.  3/5
Economic Psychology Research Group, University of Exeter -UK - A good set of related links.  3/5
Emerging Issues in Social Psychology - A Seminar in Social Psychology with a literature list.  3/5
End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking - ECPAT is a global network of organisations and individuals working together for the elimination of child prostitution, child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes. It seeks to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free and secure from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation.  4/5
New Factors that affect the Bystander Effect 3/5
Gender Differences and Aggression - Gender Differences and Aggression Can depend upon the type of aggression under study Men are much more likely to engage in Physical Men and women are equally likely to engage in Verbal Aggression. Men and Women experience aggression differently ...2/5
Groups  Against Racism - A comprehensive list of related organisations.  3/5
Guilford Social Theory - Welcome to the Social Theory Page on the Guilford Publications website. Titles in Social Theory cover such areas as cultural studies, politics, and ecology. 4/5

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Helping Behavior - Would you stop to help him? We all would like to thinks so. We like to believe that we are good and have the personality that would stop and give a hand when needed. Yet whether or not someone helps... 3/5
IAREP - The International Association for Research in Economic Psychology 2/5
Information About Cults and Psychological Manipulation - AFF, the leading professional organization concerned about cults and psychological manipulation, was founded 20 years ago in 1979. AFF is known for its professionalism, for building its practical educational services for families, former group members, helping professionals, educators, and young people on a base of scholarly study and research4/5
Jan Hargrave - Nonverbal Communication - As a professional speaker, distinguished lecturer, author of Let Me See Your Body Talk, Freeway of Love,and Judge the Jury, Jan applies her amazing skills to show you how to take advantage of the vast world of nonverbal communication. 2/5
Jewish Links Directory - Anti-Semitism & Holocaust - Extensive directory of sites on anti-Semitism, anti-Zionism, the Holocaust, Holocaust denial, and related topics.   4/5
Learning Theories - Into the following five categories: How Do People Learn? Curriculum: What Should Be Learned? Instruction: How Should Learning Be Designed? Assessment: How Will We Know If Learning Occurs?  3/5
Learning Theories - Learning with software: pedagogies and practice Learning Theories Table of Contents The following is a description of learning theories that are commonly used to explain how learning occurs in children and adults. Theories covered: Anchored Instruction  Contiguity Theory Constructivist Theory   Conditions of Learning   Dual Coding Theory  Experiential Learning  Genetic Epistemology  Information Processing Theory   Lateral Thinking   Multiple Intelligences Operant Conditioning  Situated Learning Social Development Theory  2/5
Laughter Therapy - Introduction   - How to Laugh About Everything in Your Life That Isn't Really Funny Our Secure On-Line Store is Now Open! Why LAUGH ? Healthy, non-ridiculing and connecting laughter provides physiological, psychological and spiritual benefits you probably never realized.  3/5
Links to Cross-Cultural Psychology Sites - Cross-Cultural Psychology Diversity is the name of the game, today. In this global culture we are creating, we need to understand people from different backgrounds. 2/5
Links to Social Psychology Topics - From the Social Psychology Network.  4/5
New Media and Communications - The University of Aberrystwyth UK  4/5
Multiculturalism and Diversity--The New Racism - Essays and articles asserting thatmulticulturalism is just racism in a politically-correct guise. 3/5
Moral Personhood (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy) - Moral Personhood The problem of moral personhood focuses on determining which beings are members of what we might call the moral community.  2/5
National Alliance to End Homelessness - The Alliance is a nationwide federation of public, private, and nonprofit organizations. We demonstrate every day that homelessness can be ended - one person or family at a time. Working together, Alliance members form a powerful network of concerned individuals and organizations advancing practical, community-based solutions to homelessness. We are building a better future for generations to come.  4/5
NoDeception.com - Living study of lying. Visitors can read the articles, take polls, listen to famous lies, and seek advice in the forums. Compulsive lying discussed here. 3/5
Nonverbal Behavior/Nonverbal Communication - Comprehensive collection of links to nonverbal behavior websites: Researchers, research labs, books, papers, abstracts, etc. The site is intended to be useful for nonverbal behavior scholars, students, and anyone else interested in the topic.  3/5
Pheremones - The Independent Human Pheromone Survey Do pheromones work best for women or men, or is there no difference? Do pheromones make the user feel more responsive to sexual courtship? 2/5
Prostitution Research & Education Website 3/5
Psychological Theories; A Brief Survey of the Changing Views of Learning  3/5
Race and Racism - A site devoted to the examination of race and racism.   3/5
Referential Communication. - The ability to precisely direct another´s mental activity develops slowly - A development of language slide show.  3/5

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