Athabasca University Symbol AU Centre for Psychology
AUPR Main Page

Academic Content Sites
Abnormal, Clinical, and Counselling
Behaviour Analysis and Learning
Biological and Physiological
Career Development
Cognitive
Demonstrations and Tutorials
Developmental
Educational and Instructional
Environmental
Ethics
Experimental
History of Psychology
Inclusive Education
Industrial and Organizational
Personality
Psychology and Law
Research Methods and Statistics
Sensation and Perception
Social and Cultural
Sport Psychology

Other Useful Sites
Departments of Psychology
Extracurricular Sites
Journals
Mega Sites
Organizations
Resources for Psychology Majors
Software Downloads
Writing Resources
Psychology Glossary
    

Search the Athabasca University Psychology Resources:
[ Advanced Search ]
Please note that searches are limited to web sites linked with this page.


Cognitive

Sub-categories

General
Consciousness
Language
Memory


Cognitive Science Dictionary
Award-winning dictionary of cognitive science terms that Dr. Michael Dawson maintains at the University of Alberta.
Conversations with Neil's Brain
A web book about "the neural nature of thought and learning.".
Eliza
Talk to Eliza and get a demonstration of artificial intelligence and nondirective psychotherapy.
Gestalt Archive
Site provides "Gestalt theory and Gestalt psychology articles in full text.".
Imprinting in Precocial Birds
Demonstration lets you manipulate the variables in this experiment about imprinting in precocial birds.
Minds Are Simply What Brains Do
Article discusses the perception of the discontinuity between the mind and the brain, memory and change, embodiments of the mind, freedom of will, and the uncertainty and stability of the mind.
Motivational Factors in Routine Performance
Site enables you to manipulate the variables in this experiment to demonstrate the motivational factors in routine performance.
Subliminal Persuasion Laboratory Manual
This manual provides information about subliminal persuasion and do-it-yourself experiments to help you understand the concepts presented.
Web Vision
Site provides information concerning many aspects of vision including the anatomy and physiology of the eye, retinal circuits, neuroactive substances in the retina, color vision, psychophysics, and the primary visual cortex.
ePsych
Site provides a number of unique tutorials and demonstrations that focus on various functions of the brain including sensation and perception, cognition, transmission of neural impulses, and learning.

Consciousness

Hypnosis
Site describes hypnosis; subconscious, unconscious, and self hypnosis; and the history of hypnosis.

Language

Language and Brain: Neurocognitive Linguistics
Site provides a discussion about evidence for neurolinguistics, the plausibility of neurolinguistics, neural networks used in language, the learning process, the proximity principle, and the types of cortical neurons used in language learning.
The Role of Language in Intelligence
This article taken from the Darwin College Lectures discusses the role of language in thought and looks at the behaviours of animals to discern the role that language plays.

Memory

Amnesia and Cognition Unit - University of Arizona
Describes research activities in progress; primary concern is with memory changes due to aging and brain injury.
Creating False Memories
Site discusses false childhood memories, imagination inflation, impossible memories, and how false memories are formed.
Definition of Memory and Memory Implications
Site provides a description of memory, amnesia, implicit memory, and the accuracy of memory.
Elizabeth F. Loftus
This is the web site of Elizabeth F. Loftus who is a researcher interested in false memories. The page provides links to a number of articles she has written on this topic.
Human Memory
Presents a number of memory improvement techniques and illustrates how human memory can be measured.
Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology
This article is about Ebbinghaus' famous experiment about memory and learning.
Sheep Brain Dissection: The Anatomy of Memory
Site uses a sheep brain to show the anatomy of the parts of the brain vital to memory.

Please take a moment and tell us what you think of this resource by filling in our feedback form.

Search the Athabasca University Psychology Resources:
[ Advanced Search ]
Please note that searches are limited to web sites linked with this page.

© Athabasca University 2017