Behavioral Science Open Access Collection
The Behavioral Science Open Access pages have recently been updated. Explore a wide range of topics within the Behavioral Science cluster including: Cognitive Psychology, Creative Arts, Mental Health, Neuroscience & Neuropsychology, Psychology, Psychotherapy & Counselling and, Sexuality & Sexual Health. This collection will be updated as and when the latest open access research is published, so don’t forget to check back regularly and access the most up to date research.
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Alternative Therapies Collection
Alternative Therapies collection of research articles, including equine, animal assisted, hypnotherapy and online therapies. Enjoy free access to all 70 articles until 31st August 2015. HKUL users can continue to access our subscribed articles.
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Free access to research on disabilities
Disability is Health & Social Care Arena theme this month in recognition of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Highlights include:
- Free access to over 50 articles on the theme of disability and technology
- Free online access to the first issue of Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
- Four questions for the editor of Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research
- Related books
Please click here to explore the latest disability research.
HKUL users can continue to access Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research via http://library.hku.hk/record=b3884314
Health, Risk & Society Editor’s choice
The editor of Health, Risk & Society Andy Aleszewski, will be highlighting one article from each issue which will be free to read online for one month from publication.
Please click here to read the latest editor’s choice article, ‘Risk, social protection and trust amidst cuts in welfare spending’ for free until 31 December 2014.
HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b2518186
Free access articles on mindfulness
Mindfulness article collection explore key topics including neuroscience, anxiety, social work, eating disorders, HIV/AIDS and depression.
Please click here to enjoy free access until the end of 2014.
To make it as simple and enjoyable as possible for you to keep up-to-date with the latest open access publications, Routledge has collated all articles published on an open access basis. Uniting articles from Cognitive Psychology, Creative Arts, Mental Health, Neuroscience & Neuropsychology, Psychology and Psychotherapy & Counselling portfolios, these articles are all freely available to read online from publication.
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Resources for Teaching Social Psychology
This website was created by Professor Jon Mueller of North Central College in order to help fellow professors teach a range of social psychology topics to their students. The resources here are divided into 10 areas, including Online Lectures, Examples of Concepts, and Class Assignments. The site is updated frequently, and visitors can click through each of these sections to get a sense of the offerings. The Topics Resources area contains helpful links and activities related to conformity, aggression, and group influence. Moving on, the site also includes links to other teaching psychology sites, including Science of Relationships and the GoCognitive project, which offers an online center for teaching in cognitive psychology and neuroscience.
Psychology of Well-Being is a journal devoted to understanding the biopsychosocial and behavioral factors leading to enhanced well-being, optimal emotional processing and the prevention of psychological dysfunction.
You can download and save these articles to your computer, iPad or mobile device:
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HKUL users can continue to access this journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b4723244
It’s hard to conceive of a topic of more broad and personal interest than the study of the mind. In addition to its traditional investigation by the disciplines of psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience, the mind has also been a focus of study in the fields of philosophy, economics, anthropology, linguistics, computer science, molecular biology, education, and literature. In all these approaches, there is an almost universal fascination with how the mind works and how it affects our lives and our behavior. Studies of the mind and brain have crossed many exciting thresholds in recent years, and the study of mind now represents a thoroughly cross-disciplinary effort. Researchers from a wide range of disciplines seek answers to such questions as: What is mind? How does it operate? What is consciousness?The Encyclopedia of the Mind brings together scholars from the entire range of mind-related academic disciplines from across the arts and humanities, social sciences, life sciences, and computer science and engineering to explore the multidimensional nature of the human mind.
Click here to access the free trial to the online version which expires on April 30, 2013.