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Brain Model Tutorial
         This tutorial is designed to teach you the various parts of the brain and their functions. It utilizes close up pictures with pointers to identify different parts of the brain, and gives a description of the function of each identified part.
Learn From Public Domain
         Besides the brain model tutorial, there is a multitude of places on the net to learn about the brain and the central ne rvous system in general. To bring you the best of them I have created a series of pages that will do the work of searching the net for you. The items on these pages are in no way in the format of a tutorial, but they will allow you to choose what you wa nt to see and learn.
Psychology Graduate Schools -- Journals and More
This site will allow you to find most every psychology graduate school in the U.S. and possibly throughout the world (it will be helpful to find graduate schools for all types of programs -- not just psychology). It is also a good place to find psycholog y related journals for those doing research.
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All pages were created by Mark Darty

Please E-mail all correspondence to Mark at md60207@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu.

University of Central Florida
Additions to all pages (except Psych. Grad. Schools) during late spring and summer of 1996 are
sponsered by a grant from the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.


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