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A grassroots organization established in February 1994, to preserve the quality, integrity and confidentiality of mental health care through public and professional education, and through legal and legislative action. Members are professionals from each of the mental health disciplines in California, clients or patients, and consumer advocates.

"Living in a nation where all of this, and even more, is going on in either our life, our family, or our community, makes us a candidate for a support group. Even if you don't need it now, it's nice to know where you can turn if you do in the future. If anyone reaches out their hand for help, they deserve to have someone reach back. We want to be that hand."

"The Canadian Guidance and Counselling Association, in order to provide the most timely information and services possible to counsellors, established a presence on the World Wide Web in the summer of 1996. CGCA's home page is designed to facilitate communication among Canadian counsellors and to provide networking opportunities on the Internet."

Articles from the journal in French and English.

The Home Page of the CPA provides services both for members and the general public in French and English.

Canadian network of women's health sites. Includes Network, a bimonthly, bilingual newsletter on women's health issues and women and the Canadian health care system.

The Cape Cod Institute is a summer-long series of courses on topics of current interest to mental health professionals and applied behavioral scientists, now in its sixteenth season.

'A Web Site for CEOs who Hate to Surf.' The Board Level Career Resource Center offers ongoing, ever-changing access through the World-Wide Web to "Top Web Sites for CEOs Who Hate to Surf." This column is written by nontechnical executives. Dr. Laurence J. Stybel says, "that there are three types of reactions to the World Wide Web: love to surf, never surf, and hate to surf. We are providing a senior management web site review service with an attitude.'" The Center has a talent bank of senior executives available to serve on external Boards and an electronic gateway to key web sites dealing with corporate governance. Readers can download issues of "Your Career," a column on career management for senior executives and business owners.

The program combines a therapeutic community with individual psychoanalysis.

University of North Carolina - Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research - Mental Health Services Research - Joseph P. Morrissey Ph.D. -Program Director.

The Center for Counter-Conditioning Therapy teaches emotional self-management skills to mental health patients. The methodology employedis C-CTherapy, a non-cognitive psychotherapy.

University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.

US Managed Health Care.

Disease prevention agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Site includes news sources--events listings, press releases, and announcements; information on various diseases, injuries and disabilities, health risks, health concerns of special populations, and prevention guidelines; travelers' health advisories; information about publications and products; national health data and statistics; mailing lists; the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report; a listing of training and employment opportunities; research funding programs; and a search facility.   

"The Centre for Psychotherapeutic Studies of the University of Sheffield is the largest and most multi-disciplinary institution of its kind. Bringing together clinical work and applied approaches with scholarly and empirical research, it is probably unique in providing in a single setting such a wide variety of approaches and disciplines concerned with the understanding and alleviation of mental distress."

The US National training and technical assistance for the promotion of mental health services in schools. This web site includes bibliographies on a variety of issues affecting children's mental health together with mail-based forum for professionals, parents, and students; and links to children's mental health organizations.

"Now in its tenth year and unique among psychotherapy training organisations the Centre for the Study of Psychotherapy is able to offer a wide range of study and training courses which seek to integrate academic and clinical knowledge. Through the programmes offered by the Centre it is possible to complete a full training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and gain the Degree of Master or Doctor of Clinical Science. Alternatively, the students can undertake a range of academic courses which can ultimately lead to the degree of PhD in Psychotherapy Studies. All courses can be taken as part or full time."

"The Center for Research in Psychotherapy (CRP), is a non-profit scientific association founded in 1985, which offers a forum for researchers in the field of psychotherapy and akin disciplines, and to other professionals as well of various orientations on health and behavioural sciences. Its aim is to foster a dialogue on the scientific foundations of psychotherapic methods. Among its members there are psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, researchers and therapists."

"Cheiron, named after the wise centaur of Greek myth, was formed in 1968 to promote international cooperation and multidisciplinary studies in the history of the social and behavioral sciences. Cheiron welcomes members for whom history is a side-interest, as well as scholars with a primary commitment to historical study."

"The Society pursues its goals through a biannual Newsletter and, especially, its annual Meetings. Meetings are held in June of each year, and typically include the presentation of papers, symposia, posters, and works-in-progress. Most important of all is the ample opportunity provided for friendly interaction with scholars from different disciplines."

Database of bibliographic records of publications available from the (U.S.) National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Public Health Service, and the Department of Health and Human Services. Although abstracts of publications are available online, full-text versions must generally be ordered from one of the agencies.   

This database contains articles of psychological and psychiatric studies relating to Chinese individuals, from the book (Ho, Spinks & Yeung, 1989) Chinese Patterns of Behaviour: A sourcebook of psychological and psychiatric studies.

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Centre International de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Psychiatrie, CIRIP is an International Center for Psychiatric and Interdisciplinary Research, A Center Without Walls.

Practice opportunities, residency, fellowships and products.

It is my pleasure to announce the opening of a new web site that I think may be of interest to you: Classics in the History of Psychology. This site currently contains the complete texts of 19 works of major historical importance, as well as seven introductions to, and commentaries on, those documents. The number texts will expand contunuously as more of them are scanned and edited by me and my group. I have copied the current index to the bottom of this message for your perusal.

University of Bonn (in English) - This page contains WWW resources for Clinical and Abnormal Psychology, Behavioral Medicine and Mental Health. We are happy to get further proposals for additional links.

Home page of the OUP Journal.

Online article.

Stanford University - This is an index to Internet resources relevant to research in cognitive science and psychology.

Brooklyn's leading provider of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) -- today's treatment of choice for most emotional and behavioral problems. Includes a national listing of other CBT providers.

  • CogPrints Electronic Archive.

    The Archive covers all the Cognitive Sciences: Psychology, Neuroscience, Biology, Computer Science, Linguistics and Philosophy

    CogPrints is completely free for everyone, both authors and readers, thanks to a subsidy from the Electronic Libraries Programme of the Joint Information Systems of the United Kingdom and the collaboration of the NSF-supported Physics Eprint Archive at Los Alamos.

    CogPrints has just been opened for public automatic archiving. This means authors can now deposit their own papers automatically. The first wave of papers had been invited and hand-archived by CogPrints in order to set a model of the form and content of CogPrints. To see the current holdings: http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk/. To archive your own papers automatically: http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk/author.html.

    All authors are encouraged to archive their papers on their home servers as well.

  • Columbia University's Department of Psychiatry

"This page provides access to information about the Department of Psychiatry of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, located on the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center Campus of Columbia University in New York City. New York State Psychiatric Institute (the pictures show the partially constructed new building) is the headquarters of the Department, and is the locus of most of its training and research functions. Presbyterian Hospital is the locus of most clinical services in the Department."

Information about "communication disorders, communicative disorders, speech science, speech therapy, speech pathology, audiology, hearing impairments" intended for "professionals and students in the fields of speech-language pathology, audiology, speech science, persons with communication disabilities or differences and their support persons"

The site is a guide dedicated to the field of community psychology, prevention, intervention, and action research. It is meant to be a resource for professionals, students, researchers and others interested in this fascinating specialization within psychology. The site contains  information on professional organizations, job announcements, a reading list, an online bookstore, social policy information, graduate schools in clinical community and community psychology, plus a host of other great resources.

Archive and Study Centre devoted to therapeutic community/milieu therapy/planned environment therapy.

The Company Therapist is a fictional look at a psychiatrist's practice seeing patients primarily drawn from a large computer company in San Francisco. Updated daily, the stories of the patients are told through session transcripts, doodles, letters, anonymous faxes, personnel records and other material, all of which is well organized and easily accessible through hypertext. Readers are invited to become authors and create their own patients and write their sessions.

Aesclepian Chronicles - Journal of the Synergistic Health Centre, North Carolina.

Online article.

Home Page of the Computers in Psychiatry group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the InterPsych group CIMH.

24 hr. telephone (1-888-415-TALK)/internet counseling service with licensed professional counselors. For immediate help or just to talk, call or visit us right now. Ezine, chat, realaudio, more.

Institute of Psychology (Bonn) - List of conferences in Germany, Europe and the rest of the world. Information on conferences can be added by the user.

Comprehensive and readable overview of contemporary therapy models including Adlerian, Gestalt, Psychoanalytic, Client Centered, Cognitive Behavior, Reality, Existential, and Jungian Therapy.

Psychiatric Times, CME multimedia library, CME conferences and books.

Continuing Education Credits for Psychologists.On-line Courses. Read course material, take test, pay---all on line.

"Come and share as a community of learners, expanding our teaching skills and renewing our professional growth. All workshops are led by both professional teachers and speakers, whose styles are dynamic, interactive and offer practical strategies from long- term experience."

"We have collected here a wide selection of documents, internet resources, referrals, and reading list, all to help you with day-to-day stresses and difficult periods in your life. Please note, this service is not meant to replace a face-to-face consultation with a trained counselor, nor does this service provide "on-line" counseling (see "Where to go next" for referral suggestions)."

"The Counseling & Human Development Center is a pastoral psychotherapy center, interfaith in orientation, with eight locations in New York City. Our fully-qualified interdisciplinary staff of psychotherapists, social work therapists, psychiatrists and psychologists is uniquely qualified to address the emotional and spiritual dimensions of human suffering and growth. CHDC provides over 8000 hours of service each year to persons in the New York metropolitan area, and offers services on a sliding scale based on ability to pay."

Exposition of the principles of ecopsychology, which emphasizes the impact of the limbic system--the "old" brain--on psychic health.

CAP Counselling & Psychotherapy Associates Limited. A London UK team of Counsellors, Psychotherapist, Psychologists and Doctors who offer their services to individuals and companies.

A Network designed to develop live "chat" forums on the Internet for mental health professionals.

"As associate editor of the theory section of the Journal of Mental Health Counseling (JMHC), my broad objective is to contribute to the process of publishing the best available theory articles that will serve to distinguish the unique identity of mental health counseling and thereby contribute to establishing core provider status for our profession. This goal speaks to Kelly's (1996) suggestion that we endeavor to "capture and maintain a competitive share of the mental health market" (p. 2). In this article--my mission statement, if you will--I consider several theoretical issues that I want to see further developed in the JMHC. The ensuing discussion is informed by my own theoretical journey that has led me to to embrace a social constructionist and solution-focused position for mental health counseling (Guterman, 1994, 1996a)."

"Designed to be a central repository of Counseling and Counseling Psychology resources on the WWW"

Creativity: research and development. FAQ, Resources, 3D technolgy, Psyschology Essays, Links and Bibliography (Spanish).

International resources with online documents concerning psychotherapy.

CyberPsych.org has the following mental health foundations (and sub-groups):

American Psychoanalytic Foundation
American Association of Suicidology
CyberPsych Anxiety Disorders Pages
Phobias and Related Anxiety Disorders SIG of AABT
Psychosomatics and Eating Disorders: The Psychoanalytic View
Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI)
Low Cost Psychotherapy around New York

Self-help pages for the general user on various topics in mental health, including depression, anxiety, relationships, addictive behaviors, career- and work-related issues, sex, and stress. Users may ask questions and receive advice from the page's creator as well as from other users.

Storm King is a Graduate student in Psychology and is conducting research that will describe the extent of professional efforts to counsel or advise people by email. This research was approved by the school he attends, the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, located in Palo Alto, CA. Complete confidentiality is assured to all participants. This survey is intended for mental health professionals and mental health consumers who have entered into any kind of professional relationship over the Internet involving psychotherapeutic services.

The Freudian Slip is CyberShrink's own tri-yearly magazine, written by Rachel Goldberg, Ph.D., dealing with issues of general mental health. Tips, ideas, help, and information await.To educate parents and families about day-to-day problems involving children and adolescents.Chat about your experiences and problems in real time with other people.Psychiatric disorders with their diagnistic criteria, treatment guides, research, and published papers.

 

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A grassroots organization established in February 1994, to preserve the quality, integrity and confidentiality of mental health care through public and professional education, and through legal and legislative action. Members are professionals from each of the mental health disciplines in California, clients or patients, and consumer advocates.

"Living in a nation where all of this, and even more, is going on in either our life, our family, or our community, makes us a candidate for a support group. Even if you don't need it now, it's nice to know where you can turn if you do in the future. If anyone reaches out their hand for help, they deserve to have someone reach back. We want to be that hand."

"The Canadian Guidance and Counselling Association, in order to provide the most timely information and services possible to counsellors, established a presence on the World Wide Web in the summer of 1996. CGCA's home page is designed to facilitate communication among Canadian counsellors and to provide networking opportunities on the Internet."

Articles from the journal in French and English.

The Home Page of the CPA provides services both for members and the general public in French and English.

Canadian network of women's health sites. Includes Network, a bimonthly, bilingual newsletter on women's health issues and women and the Canadian health care system.

The Cape Cod Institute is a summer-long series of courses on topics of current interest to mental health professionals and applied behavioral scientists, now in its sixteenth season.

'A Web Site for CEOs who Hate to Surf.' The Board Level Career Resource Center offers ongoing, ever-changing access through the World-Wide Web to "Top Web Sites for CEOs Who Hate to Surf." This column is written by nontechnical executives. Dr. Laurence J. Stybel says, "that there are three types of reactions to the World Wide Web: love to surf, never surf, and hate to surf. We are providing a senior management web site review service with an attitude.'" The Center has a talent bank of senior executives available to serve on external Boards and an electronic gateway to key web sites dealing with corporate governance. Readers can download issues of "Your Career," a column on career management for senior executives and business owners.

The program combines a therapeutic community with individual psychoanalysis.

University of North Carolina - Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research - Mental Health Services Research - Joseph P. Morrissey Ph.D. -Program Director.

The Center for Counter-Conditioning Therapy teaches emotional self-management skills to mental health patients. The methodology employedis C-CTherapy, a non-cognitive psychotherapy.

University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.

US Managed Health Care.

Disease prevention agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Site includes news sources--events listings, press releases, and announcements; information on various diseases, injuries and disabilities, health risks, health concerns of special populations, and prevention guidelines; travelers' health advisories; information about publications and products; national health data and statistics; mailing lists; the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report; a listing of training and employment opportunities; research funding programs; and a search facility.   

"The Centre for Psychotherapeutic Studies of the University of Sheffield is the largest and most multi-disciplinary institution of its kind. Bringing together clinical work and applied approaches with scholarly and empirical research, it is probably unique in providing in a single setting such a wide variety of approaches and disciplines concerned with the understanding and alleviation of mental distress."

The US National training and technical assistance for the promotion of mental health services in schools. This web site includes bibliographies on a variety of issues affecting children's mental health together with mail-based forum for professionals, parents, and students; and links to children's mental health organizations.

"Now in its tenth year and unique among psychotherapy training organisations the Centre for the Study of Psychotherapy is able to offer a wide range of study and training courses which seek to integrate academic and clinical knowledge. Through the programmes offered by the Centre it is possible to complete a full training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and gain the Degree of Master or Doctor of Clinical Science. Alternatively, the students can undertake a range of academic courses which can ultimately lead to the degree of PhD in Psychotherapy Studies. All courses can be taken as part or full time."

"The Center for Research in Psychotherapy (CRP), is a non-profit scientific association founded in 1985, which offers a forum for researchers in the field of psychotherapy and akin disciplines, and to other professionals as well of various orientations on health and behavioural sciences. Its aim is to foster a dialogue on the scientific foundations of psychotherapic methods. Among its members there are psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, researchers and therapists."

"Cheiron, named after the wise centaur of Greek myth, was formed in 1968 to promote international cooperation and multidisciplinary studies in the history of the social and behavioral sciences. Cheiron welcomes members for whom history is a side-interest, as well as scholars with a primary commitment to historical study."

"The Society pursues its goals through a biannual Newsletter and, especially, its annual Meetings. Meetings are held in June of each year, and typically include the presentation of papers, symposia, posters, and works-in-progress. Most important of all is the ample opportunity provided for friendly interaction with scholars from different disciplines."

Database of bibliographic records of publications available from the (U.S.) National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Public Health Service, and the Department of Health and Human Services. Although abstracts of publications are available online, full-text versions must generally be ordered from one of the agencies.   

This database contains articles of psychological and psychiatric studies relating to Chinese individuals, from the book (Ho, Spinks & Yeung, 1989) Chinese Patterns of Behaviour: A sourcebook of psychological and psychiatric studies.

What would you like to search for?

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Centre International de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Psychiatrie, CIRIP is an International Center for Psychiatric and Interdisciplinary Research, A Center Without Walls.

Practice opportunities, residency, fellowships and products.

It is my pleasure to announce the opening of a new web site that I think may be of interest to you: Classics in the History of Psychology. This site currently contains the complete texts of 19 works of major historical importance, as well as seven introductions to, and commentaries on, those documents. The number texts will expand contunuously as more of them are scanned and edited by me and my group. I have copied the current index to the bottom of this message for your perusal.

University of Bonn (in English) - This page contains WWW resources for Clinical and Abnormal Psychology, Behavioral Medicine and Mental Health. We are happy to get further proposals for additional links.

Home page of the OUP Journal.

Online article.

Stanford University - This is an index to Internet resources relevant to research in cognitive science and psychology.

Brooklyn's leading provider of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) -- today's treatment of choice for most emotional and behavioral problems. Includes a national listing of other CBT providers.

  • CogPrints Electronic Archive.

    The Archive covers all the Cognitive Sciences: Psychology, Neuroscience, Biology, Computer Science, Linguistics and Philosophy

    CogPrints is completely free for everyone, both authors and readers, thanks to a subsidy from the Electronic Libraries Programme of the Joint Information Systems of the United Kingdom and the collaboration of the NSF-supported Physics Eprint Archive at Los Alamos.

    CogPrints has just been opened for public automatic archiving. This means authors can now deposit their own papers automatically. The first wave of papers had been invited and hand-archived by CogPrints in order to set a model of the form and content of CogPrints. To see the current holdings: http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk/. To archive your own papers automatically: http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk/author.html.

    All authors are encouraged to archive their papers on their home servers as well.

  • Columbia University's Department of Psychiatry

"This page provides access to information about the Department of Psychiatry of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, located on the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center Campus of Columbia University in New York City. New York State Psychiatric Institute (the pictures show the partially constructed new building) is the headquarters of the Department, and is the locus of most of its training and research functions. Presbyterian Hospital is the locus of most clinical services in the Department."

Information about "communication disorders, communicative disorders, speech science, speech therapy, speech pathology, audiology, hearing impairments" intended for "professionals and students in the fields of speech-language pathology, audiology, speech science, persons with communication disabilities or differences and their support persons"

The site is a guide dedicated to the field of community psychology, prevention, intervention, and action research. It is meant to be a resource for professionals, students, researchers and others interested in this fascinating specialization within psychology. The site contains  information on professional organizations, job announcements, a reading list, an online bookstore, social policy information, graduate schools in clinical community and community psychology, plus a host of other great resources.

Archive and Study Centre devoted to therapeutic community/milieu therapy/planned environment therapy.

The Company Therapist is a fictional look at a psychiatrist's practice seeing patients primarily drawn from a large computer company in San Francisco. Updated daily, the stories of the patients are told through session transcripts, doodles, letters, anonymous faxes, personnel records and other material, all of which is well organized and easily accessible through hypertext. Readers are invited to become authors and create their own patients and write their sessions.

Aesclepian Chronicles - Journal of the Synergistic Health Centre, North Carolina.

Online article.

Home Page of the Computers in Psychiatry group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the InterPsych group CIMH.

24 hr. telephone (1-888-415-TALK)/internet counseling service with licensed professional counselors. For immediate help or just to talk, call or visit us right now. Ezine, chat, realaudio, more.

Institute of Psychology (Bonn) - List of conferences in Germany, Europe and the rest of the world. Information on conferences can be added by the user.

Comprehensive and readable overview of contemporary therapy models including Adlerian, Gestalt, Psychoanalytic, Client Centered, Cognitive Behavior, Reality, Existential, and Jungian Therapy.

Psychiatric Times, CME multimedia library, CME conferences and books.

Continuing Education Credits for Psychologists.On-line Courses. Read course material, take test, pay---all on line.

"Come and share as a community of learners, expanding our teaching skills and renewing our professional growth. All workshops are led by both professional teachers and speakers, whose styles are dynamic, interactive and offer practical strategies from long- term experience."

"We have collected here a wide selection of documents, internet resources, referrals, and reading list, all to help you with day-to-day stresses and difficult periods in your life. Please note, this service is not meant to replace a face-to-face consultation with a trained counselor, nor does this service provide "on-line" counseling (see "Where to go next" for referral suggestions)."

"The Counseling & Human Development Center is a pastoral psychotherapy center, interfaith in orientation, with eight locations in New York City. Our fully-qualified interdisciplinary staff of psychotherapists, social work therapists, psychiatrists and psychologists is uniquely qualified to address the emotional and spiritual dimensions of human suffering and growth. CHDC provides over 8000 hours of service each year to persons in the New York metropolitan area, and offers services on a sliding scale based on ability to pay."

Exposition of the principles of ecopsychology, which emphasizes the impact of the limbic system--the "old" brain--on psychic health.

CAP Counselling & Psychotherapy Associates Limited. A London UK team of Counsellors, Psychotherapist, Psychologists and Doctors who offer their services to individuals and companies.

A Network designed to develop live "chat" forums on the Internet for mental health professionals.

"As associate editor of the theory section of the Journal of Mental Health Counseling (JMHC), my broad objective is to contribute to the process of publishing the best available theory articles that will serve to distinguish the unique identity of mental health counseling and thereby contribute to establishing core provider status for our profession. This goal speaks to Kelly's (1996) suggestion that we endeavor to "capture and maintain a competitive share of the mental health market" (p. 2). In this article--my mission statement, if you will--I consider several theoretical issues that I want to see further developed in the JMHC. The ensuing discussion is informed by my own theoretical journey that has led me to to embrace a social constructionist and solution-focused position for mental health counseling (Guterman, 1994, 1996a)."

"Designed to be a central repository of Counseling and Counseling Psychology resources on the WWW"

Creativity: research and development. FAQ, Resources, 3D technolgy, Psyschology Essays, Links and Bibliography (Spanish).

International resources with online documents concerning psychotherapy.

CyberPsych.org has the following mental health foundations (and sub-groups):

American Psychoanalytic Foundation
American Association of Suicidology
CyberPsych Anxiety Disorders Pages
Phobias and Related Anxiety Disorders SIG of AABT
Psychosomatics and Eating Disorders: The Psychoanalytic View
Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI)
Low Cost Psychotherapy around New York

Self-help pages for the general user on various topics in mental health, including depression, anxiety, relationships, addictive behaviors, career- and work-related issues, sex, and stress. Users may ask questions and receive advice from the page's creator as well as from other users.

Storm King is a Graduate student in Psychology and is conducting research that will describe the extent of professional efforts to counsel or advise people by email. This research was approved by the school he attends, the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, located in Palo Alto, CA. Complete confidentiality is assured to all participants. This survey is intended for mental health professionals and mental health consumers who have entered into any kind of professional relationship over the Internet involving psychotherapeutic services.

The Freudian Slip is CyberShrink's own tri-yearly magazine, written by Rachel Goldberg, Ph.D., dealing with issues of general mental health. Tips, ideas, help, and information await.To educate parents and families about day-to-day problems involving children and adolescents.Chat about your experiences and problems in real time with other people.Psychiatric disorders with their diagnistic criteria, treatment guides, research, and published papers.

 

Online Dictionary of Mental Health


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