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Maintains a large resource on many issues, including unique interactive self-screening tests and entertaining denial-busting forms.

Ecopsychology in Action: Nature Activities, Books and Courses for Wellness, Spirit and Deeper Learning.

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A site at Brown University investigating Freud's concept of Id, Ego and Superego.

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"Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments: An Entheogen Chrestomathy" contains extended bibliographic information and short excerpts from over 350 books, dissertations, and topical issues of journals on the topic of entheogens. Entheogens are psychoactive plants and chemicals used in a religious context. Customary bibliographic information is given (author, date, title, publisher, and place) as well as ISBN, a brief description, and contents. Contributors to anthologies are listed, and occasional "notes" point out items of interest. The excerpts are chosen to present a diversity of ideas about entheogens, some pro, some con, and many making non-judgmental commentary. The chrestomathy’s senior compiler, Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D., a Professor of Educational Psychology at Northern Illinois University, considers it a "concept base" -- analogous to a data base, but a collection of ideas rather than numerically coded observations and statistics. The entries are primarily drawn from religion, theology, philosophy, psychology, sociology, anthropology, ethnobotany, and the health professions. Additional entries come from law, education, popular culture, history, public policy, biography, art, and chemistry. A search engine on the web site is available to help researchers identify files on topics that interest them. The chrestomathy will continue to grow as new entries are added from time to time. "Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments: An Entheogen Chrestomathy" was supported by a grant from the Horizons Unlimited Foundation and is published online as a free service of the Council on Spiritual Practices.

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Maintains a large resource on many issues, including unique interactive self-screening tests and entertaining denial-busting forms.

Ecopsychology in Action: Nature Activities, Books and Courses for Wellness, Spirit and Deeper Learning.

Emphasis on learning disabilities.

Martin Seligman; APA document online

European Federation of Psychology Students Associations

A site at Brown University investigating Freud's concept of Id, Ego and Superego.

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An on-line simulation of the classic non-directive counseling simulation program.

"Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments: An Entheogen Chrestomathy" contains extended bibliographic information and short excerpts from over 350 books, dissertations, and topical issues of journals on the topic of entheogens. Entheogens are psychoactive plants and chemicals used in a religious context. Customary bibliographic information is given (author, date, title, publisher, and place) as well as ISBN, a brief description, and contents. Contributors to anthologies are listed, and occasional "notes" point out items of interest. The excerpts are chosen to present a diversity of ideas about entheogens, some pro, some con, and many making non-judgmental commentary. The chrestomathy’s senior compiler, Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D., a Professor of Educational Psychology at Northern Illinois University, considers it a "concept base" -- analogous to a data base, but a collection of ideas rather than numerically coded observations and statistics. The entries are primarily drawn from religion, theology, philosophy, psychology, sociology, anthropology, ethnobotany, and the health professions. Additional entries come from law, education, popular culture, history, public policy, biography, art, and chemistry. A search engine on the web site is available to help researchers identify files on topics that interest them. The chrestomathy will continue to grow as new entries are added from time to time. "Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments: An Entheogen Chrestomathy" was supported by a grant from the Horizons Unlimited Foundation and is published online as a free service of the Council on Spiritual Practices.

Our online catalog for our educational training videos in family and marital therapy and other mental health topics.

European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music

Columns by Peter Kramer, Sue Chance, Keith Ablow and others.

This page contains links to topics concerning Experimental Psychology and related issues.

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