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With this new resource, students and professionals can gain fast access to some 4,000 short, comprehensible definitions - in non-specialist language - of terms drawn from a variety of non-psychological sources, with coverage of key areas in clinical medicine, psychiatry, and neuroscience as well as specialist areas of psychology such as ethology, learning theory, and psychophysics. The entries define the physical properties and the behavioral significance of each term, allowing social and biological scientists to work together more productively and read each other's literature with a greater degree of understanding.
Entries include: 5-hydroxyindoleactic acid (5-HIAA), anorexia, computational vision, agnosia, crack babies, lateral hypothalamic syndrome, narcolepsy, peyote, post-traumatic stress disorder, precollicular-postmammillary transection, pleasure, xanthines, and much more.
Published: 22nd February 2001