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Abnormality and Labelling Theory - How Useful is the Concept of Abnormality? . An Article. 3/5
Assessment of Self-Concept. ERIC Digest. 3/5
Auditory Processing Disorder in the United Kingdom (APDUK) - Has links with many of the UK's leading Audiologists researching APD including the Medical ResearcH Council's Institute of Hearing Research. We have permission to poblish some articles formatted to be considered APD friendly, as is most of the web site. 2/5
Catalyst. - The Net's most comprehensive info on computers in psychology.  4/5
Chicken Wire Mother - This is about an experiment performed in 1966 by Harry Harlow, in which several rhesus monkeys had some very bad days. 3/5
Chris Amirault - "Teaching the Culture of Mental Illness" - Fictional, and auto-biographical texts on neurasthenia, and a discussion of gender and mental illness.  An Article 3/5
Clinical Hoarding - (1) the acquisition of, and failure to discard, a large number of possessions that appear to be of useless or of limited value; (2) living spaces sufficiently cluttered so as to preclude activities for which those spaces were designed; and (3) significant distress or impairment in functioning caused by the hoarding. 3/5
Developmental-Interactionist Conception of Emotion. - A Slide Show. 3/5
Discover Your Mind - Emotions: what they are and how to identify them. Their role in the formation of personal identity, bonding, and beliefs. Other articles on attitudes, confusion, alienation, partnerships, abreaction and more. 2/5
Dr. Adams Discussing Malingering - Malingering Definition: The deliberate exaggeration of psychological and/or physical complaints for purposes of tangible gain (Eg. monetary rewards, etc) is referred to as malingering. 3/5
  Emotion Activation - Emotions are complex phenomena that involve a number of related subsystems and can be activated by any one (or by several) of them. 3/5
Exploring the Outcomes of Severe Mental Illness Identifying the Key Actors - Reduce risk of suicide and self harm, Assess needs of patient ... Hamilton Depression Rating Scale Manchester Scale Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating. 3/5
Jerusalem Syndrome - There is a rare travel psychosis known as Jerusalem Syndrome. 3/5
Hashimoto's Encephalopathy: A Neuroendocrine Disorder - Hashimoto's Encephalopathy: A Neuroendocrine Disorder By Beverly Seminara.  3/5
Hashimoto's Encephalopathy: A Brief Introduction - Hashimoto's Encephalopathy by Mary J. Shomon Hashimoto's Thyroiditis is the autoimmune thyroid disease that is the most common cause of hypothyroidism.  3/5
Mental Health & Illness - A systems theory approach to the diagnosis of mental illness, Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Lyme disease, news, and links.  4/5
Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Portal (UK) - Connects is a worldwide, interactive website for the sharing of information by people interested in mental health problems and/or learning disabilities. Connects contains more than 10,000 resources including details of news items, events, websites and organisations. 4/5
Mental Health Foundation - Welcome to the biggest, most comprehensive website on mental health (and mental illness) in the UK. The site is run by the Mental Health Foundation, the leading UK charity working in mental health and learning disabilities. 5/5
Mental Health Research Institute - Australia - In 1987 the Mental Health Research Institute was incorporated in Victoria and became a fully independent research organisation with a focus on neurosciences. Around 100 staff work in modern, purpose built premises. Research affiliations include the University of Melbourne, Monash University and Royal Melbourne Hospital.  4/5
Mental Health Tales - Read the personal stories of people with mental health problems and share your own experiences. 2/5
Mental Model Theory of Thinking and Reasoning - Is the focus of this Web site. Mental models are representations in the mind of real or imaginary situations.Scientists sometimes use the term "mental model" as a synonym for "mental representation", but it has a narrower referent in the case of the theory of thinking and reasoning. 3/5
Myths about Mental Illness - NARSAD Publishes Top 10 Myths About Mental Illness Based on Nationwide Survey. 3/5
Neurological Positivism - An Abstract. 3/5
Olfactory Process and its Effect on Human Behavior - Alexandra Smith. An Article with related Links. 3/5
Prescription for America: An Epidemic of Alexithymia - Gerald L. Rowles, Ph.D. April 30, 200. An Article. 3/5
Psychodiagnosis in Question 3/5
Pop Psychology Myths - Kerby Anderson. Interesting!. 3/5
  Procrastination - Annotated links to self-help and maintenance resources about procrastination. 3/5
  Psychological Aspects of Adventure Travel - Psychosis is the term we use to describe people who experience a disconnection between reality and their perceptions. The same environment that may help to induce psychosis is fraught with obstacles that prevent the stabilization of a psychotic person. 3/5
  Rating Scales Used in Mental Health Care - Liverpool University Neuroleptic Side Effect Rating Scale, Hamilton Anxiety and Depression Scale, Geriatric Depression Scale, Mini Mental. Waterlow Scale, Cambridge Cognitive Examination, Beck's Depression Scale, Beck's Anxiety Scale, Manchester Symptom Severity Scale, Camberwell Assessment of Need, HONOS, Suicidal ratings Scale, Aggression Rating Scales, Assertiveness need, Unified Huntington's Disease Rating Scale (UHDRS), Positive and Negative Symptom Scales, Satisfaction of Life, Leeds Dependency Questionnaire (LDQ). 3/5
Self-Determination Theory (SDT) - An Approach to Human Motivation & Personality. 4/5
Semiotics - From the University of Colarado at Denver. 4/5
Skeptic's Dictionary: Subjective Validation, The Forer Effect - Robert Todd Carroll the Forer effect (aka the PT Barnum effect and subjective validation).  3/5
Stereotypic Movement Disorder - Children with this mental disorder, display repetitive nonfunctional movements that can result in bodily injury or interfere with normal functioning. 2/5 - Dedicated to dispelling the stigma of mental illness. 4/5
Strengths and Criticisms of the DSM - 2/5
The Identity Theory of Mind - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Evaluates the theory that holds that states and processes of the mind are identical to states and ...   3/5
The Straight Dope: Is there really such a thing as a pathological liar? - A Question & Answers page.  3/5
Treatment Issues in Developmental Psychology - Sciacca, K. (1990). An Article. 3/5
Understanding Psychosis - Nihilistic delusions: Nihilistic is the root of the word ‘annihilate’ and means destruction or death. People experiencing Nihilistic delusions believe things.  3/5
Xrefer - neurosis (or psychoneurosis) - Neurosis ( or psychoneurosis), A mental illness in which insight is retained but
behaviour is disordered causing suffering to the patient.  3/5
Your Inner Reaches - Your mind is a maze of complicated processes. When one or more of these processes goes awry the mind operates in ways which can be baffling and destructive. We have sections on Abuse, BPD, Bipolar, Depression, Eating Disorders, OCD, and PTSD. 2/5
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