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E-Reference Items for Psychology (8)

Name Description
Dictionary of Psychology Essential reading for professional psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors, and students of psychology and related disciplines such as nursing, sociology, social work, and education. [RR]
Dictionary of Sociology Has international coverage of terms and concepts; related terms from psychology, economics, anthropology, philosophy, and political science; and material on topics such as cultural studies and identity, mass media, and the Internet, nationalism and McDonaldization. [RR]
Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics (Second Edition) ELL2 "cannot be surpassed for its depth, currency, interdisciplinary coverage, and sheer comprehensiveness.” Coverage includes  the language situation in countries all over the world, language education policies in the world's major regions, language and the brain, animal communication, second-language acquisition, etc. [RR]
Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks Contains 300 articles covering the whole spectrum of topics in brain theory and neural networks. Part 1 provides general background on brain modeling and on biological and artificial neural networks. Part 2 contains "Road Maps" to help readers understand the articles in part 3. [RR]
Handbook of Career Studies The Handbook of Career Studies brings together a comprehensive scholarly treatment of the major topics within the growing field of career studies [RR]
Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Contains forty-one contributions exploring basic aspects of neural development, sensory and sensorimotor systems, language, cognition, and emotion. [RR]
MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences (MITECS) A comprehensive reference work that represents the methodological and theoretical diversity of the Cognitive Sciences. Includes articles written by a leading researcher in the field. Designed for both students and researchers. [RR]
New Cognitive Neurosciences Reflects the many advances that have taken place in imaging and recording techniques. The contributions cover the relationship between the structural and physiological mechanisms of the nervous system and the psychological reality of the mind. [RR]

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