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Neuropsychology & Neuroscience

Neuropsychology - A particular area of neurology of common interest to neurologists, psychiatrists,  psychologists and neuropsychologists. Its main focus mainly, though not exclusively,  on the cerebral cortex.

Neuroscience - A sub-division within physiological psychology that focuses on the interrelationships between neurological processes and behavior.

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General Psychology Sites
Online Books & Journals
Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test Battery.- An Overview. 3/5
Neurology  - The journal.  3/5
Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute  - Valuable resource for comprehensive evaluation and management in Neuropsychiatry and Psychopharmacology at clinical, research, forensic levels. Unique information on seizures, brain, experience, temporal lobe, head injury, déjà vu and instruments.   3/5
Physical Factors Behind the Action Potential   4/5
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)  5/5
Neuroland Directory for Professionals  4/5
Neuropsychology Central - Comprehensive guide indexed by sub-discipline. Includes research labs, homepages, groups, and publications. 4/5
Neuroscience / Bioscience - Neuropsychology - 3/5
The Visable Human Project - MRI Scans. 4/5
Google Articles
Google Scholarly Article on Neuropsychology - Click Here
Wikipedia - Neuropsychology - Click Here
Australian Neuroscience Society - Society information, national and international conference listing, job vacancies, and newsletters. 3/5
BrainNet.Org - The Central Nervous System & Brain Disorders Network -An alliance of: National Foundation for Brain research National Association for Clinical NeuroServicesNational Coalition for Research in Neurological Disorders. 3/5
BBC Online - Science - Human Face - You tell when someone is lying? Is beauty in the eye of the beholder? Join the debate at our online message board as we uncover the secrets of the human face. Discover some of the mysteries hidden behind the mask of the human face.  5/5
Dana Foundation for Neuroscience - serves as a gateway to brain information. Visit the Brain Information and Brain Web section to access general information about the brain and current brain research, and to link to validated sites related to more than 23 brain disorders. "Brainy Kids Online" offers children, parents and teachers a site with activities for younger children, puzzles; links to excellent educational resources, and lesson plan suggestions.  4/5
Reward Deficiency Syndrome: genetic aspects of behavioral disorders - By Comings DE, Blum K Department of Medical Genetics, City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, CA 91010, USA. 3/5
Do We Use Only 10% of Our Brain? - 3/5
EEG Spectrum - News and Announcements. -   4/5
Fear of Criticism Test - From the Brain Injury Resource Center. 3/5
Frequently Asked Questions about Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology  2/5
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience. 3/5
Journal of Neuroscience Online  4/5
Lateral Interactions in the Cortex - An eBook.  5/5
NeuroMuscular Research Centre - The - Presented by Boston University.   3/5
Neuropathy (also known as peripheral neuropathy, sensory peripheral neuropathy, or peripheral neuritis) - Is a painful condition related to damaged peripheral nerves. 2/5
The Neuropathy Association - Is a public, nonprofit organization which was established by people with neuropathy and their families or friends to help those who suffer from disorders that affect the peripheral nerves. 3/5
Neuroscience for Kids - Action Potential - And there you have it...the Action Potential. Hear some action potentials in the Sounds of Neuroscience gallery. See and hear more about the neuron membrane.  4/5  Student - Neurosciences on the Internet - A searchable and browsable index of neuroscience resources available on the Internet: Neurobiology, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry. 3/5
Neuron Online  3/5
Neuroscience Resources for Kids - Saltatory Conduction - Animated graphic of saltatory conduction.  3/5 Student.
Neuroscience for Kids - The Stroop Effect - The famous "Stroop Effect", named after J. Ridley Stroop in the 1930's. Here is your the colors of these words. I do NOT want to know what the words say...rather, say the color of the words. 3/5  Student
Neuroscience - Net - Is a major new scientific journal published in electronic-only format on the World Wide Web. The articles you see here will contain some of the most exciting neuroscience research data in existence, and they will be published in a very timely fashion. 3/5
NINDS Peripheral Neuropathy Information Page - 4/5
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic   3/5
Roger N. Shepard: UC Hitchcock Lectures - Evolution and the Social Mind University of California Hitchcock Lectures Presentations by Roger N. Shepard Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, Stanford Winner of the National Medal of Science Perception, Imagery, and Science. 3/5
Spatial Frequency Adaptation - Spatial Frequency Adaptation 1. Look at the two gratings on the right side of the figure. Do you see any differences between them? 2. Now for about 60 seconds scan your gaze back and forth along the horizontal red bar between the two gratings on the left.   3/5
Split-Brain Experiments - Roger Sperry (who won the Nobel prize in 1981) and Michael Gazzaniga are two neuroscientists who studied patients who had surgery to cut the corpus callosum. These studies are called "Split-Brain Experiments". After surgery, these people appeared quite "normal" - they could walk, read, talk, play sports and do all the everyday things they did before surgery. Only after careful experiments that isolated information from reaching one hemisphere, could the real effects of the surgery be determined. 3/5
The Face-Inversion Effect as a Deficit in the Encoding of Configural Information: Direct Evidence. An Abstract. 3/5
The Home of Computational Learning Theory - A research field devoted to studying the design and analysis of algorithms for making predictions. 4/5
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation   3/5
Whole Brain Atlas - Neuroscience Related Information.   5/5
What is Sleep...and why do we do it? - We spend about 8 hours/day, 56 hours/week, 224 hours/month and 2,688 hours/year doing it...that's right...SLEEPING. 3/5 Student
William Syndrome Foundation 3/5

William Syndrome (Williams-Beuren Syndrome) Association - 3/5

Willams Syndrome UK - 3/5
Google Articles
Google Scholarly Article on Neuroscience - Click Here Neuropsychology - A particular area of neurology of common interest to neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists and neuropsychologists. Its main focus mainly, though not exclusively, on the cerebral cortex.
Wikipedia - Neuroscience - Click Here
Recommended Books    
Human Neuropsychology [Paperback]
Introduction to Neuropsychology [Hardcover]
Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology [Hardcover]

Human Neuropsychology [Paperback]

Introduction to Neuropsychology [Hardcover]

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