"a repository for the full text of psychological tests and measures as well as a rich source of structured information about the tests."
"Cognitive science is the study of how the mind works, addressing functions such as perception and action, memory and learning, language and communication, reasoning and problem solving, artificial intelligence, decision-making, emotion and consciousness. By its very nature, this field highlights the interrelationships among the traditionally self-contained disciplines of Cognitive Biology; Computer Science; Economics; Linguistics; Neuroscience; Philosophy; and Psychology; each of these is thus represented as a major topic covered by Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science.
Office Hours: By appointment
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the infamous Stanford Prison Experiment the University Archives is holding an exhibit of materials from the Archives and the recently-acquired Philip G. Zimbardo papers in the display cases of the Albert M. Bender Room, 5th Floor, Green Library (Bing Wing). Materials on display include application materials, original prison gowns, photographs, transcripts, press material, news clippings, and a follow-up evaluation form.
"Hey, you got Digital on my Humanities!"
"Hey, you put Humanities in my Digital!"
Who: All SULAIR and coordinate library staff
When: Thursday, April 21, 3:30 - 5 p.m.
Where: Green Library (Bing Wing) SSRC Seminar Room
Psychology Resource Guide
The Stanford University Libraries have many resources for the scholar researching in psychology. A few of those resources are listed here in the various tabs. For more information contact Kathy Kerns, email@example.com.