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Experimental
psychology is the branch or type of psychology concerned with employing
empirical principles, tests and procedures in the study of psychological
phenomena. The experiments are carried out under controlled conditions
in order to discover an unknown effect or law, to examine or establish
a hypothesis, or to illustrate a known law. Those areas of psychology
which rely on experimental methos include; experiments involving
sensation and perception, learning and memory, motivation, and physiological
psychology. 
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Probability
by Surprise  A set of interactive applets: The Birthday Problem,
Say Red, The Collector, Banach's Matchbox Problem, The Matching Problem,
The IID Sequence, Polya's Urn as a restaurant choice, Random Scatter,
Traffic jams, Visualizing Probabilities, Building a Probability Tree,
Twodimensional densities with Conditional Probabilities. Also contains
class notes for the Introduction to Probability class currently
taught at Stanford using these, and other webresources. 3/5
Student 

Seeing
Statistics  By Gary McClelland  an online textbook containing
many animated (Java) demonstrations. A tour, and part of the complete
book, is available free. 4/5 

Statistics
Tutorials  These briefly explain the use and interpretation
of standard statistical analysis techniques, using the WINKS
program from TexaSoft. Tutorials include: 4/5


VESTAC
 Large collection of Java applets for visualizing statistical concepts
(regression, ANOVA, hypothesis tests, all kinds of distributions...)
developed at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium. 4/5
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