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Software Downloads


BrainTainment Center
Magazine-like commercial site advertises software.
Celeration Technologies
Dr. Joseph Parsons' company uses this page to market ThinkFast, fluency-building software (DOS or Windows) for use in precision-teaching applications; contains a downloadable demo, an excellent discussion of the foundations of the fluency-building approach and a very good glossary of terms that will aid the uninitiated in understanding the vocabulary of precision teaching.
Psych/Lab (TM)
Software is provided at this site that enables individuals to perform classic human cognitive experiments.
Shrinktank
This site provides the opportunity to download over 100 files. The programs span many psychological topics.

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