Neurology and Psychiatry

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RC 334 Neurosciences. Dictionaries and Encyclopedias

Neurosciences on the Internet

Neurosciences on the Internet "...contains a searchable and browsable index of neuroscience resources available on the WWW and other parts of the Internet...Neurobiology, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, psychology, cognitive science sites and information on human neurological diseases are covered." The site is a division of the WWW site, NeuroGuide.
Within the site's main page are seven major links. "Getting Started" explains the site's purpose; users should scroll to view this document. "How to Use This Resource" offers explanations on accessing the site; links are provided for a standard search, for browsing, and for random searches. "Table of Contents" offers a link to view the contents in an outline form or to perform a search (via a field which contains major site topics). Users should scroll to view the subtopics within a given major category; in most cases, a second specification is needed to narrow the search. Final search results will offer an alphabetical list of resources in which titles are direct links to the WWW.
"Search Database" produces a query page with search fields; users should scroll to view matching site titles. Here, titles are direct links to the WWW. "Contribute" allows users to offer feedback and site additions through provided e-mail forms. Links are also present to submit book reviews and best bet sites. "Register for Update Notification" is an e-mail service which provides users with information about site updates or changes. Lastly, "About This Site" displays a site overview and server information.
The site is sponsored and maintained by Dr. Neil A. Busis, M.D.
To Search:
Select link of interest from main page. Scroll to view texts or submit data for search. Titles of resources are direct links to the WWW.

RC466 Mental Health Counseling. General Works

Internet Mental Health

Internet Mental Health is an encyclopedia of mental health information offering a wide variety of basic and technical information concerning the treatment of mental disorders and the maintenance of mental health. Users can link to pages dealing with mental disorders, psychiatric medications, relevant publications, mental health resources, as well as related sites.
Internet Mental Health is maintained by Brian Chow, B. Sci. and Dr. Phillip W. Long, M.D. of Vancouver, BC.
To Search:
Select from one of the twelve major categories (e.g. psychiatric medications, publications, software, Internet links, etc.) to access a Table of Contents for the category.
A separate alphabetical index for all site entries links users to an item's assigned broad and general category, providing an opportunity to browse similar and related topics.