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Office of Research, Health Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
The Office of Research, Health Sciences (OORHS) nurtures research activities in the health sciences by providing support for the specialized needs of biomedical researchers and promoting the University's research capabilities. This site provides an up-to-date listing of funding opportunities.

Library Research in Psychology - Finding it easily
American Psychological Association
This pamphlet was created by the American Psychological Association (APA) Science Directorate to help students and non-psychologists find relevant research on psychological topics of interest. Includes information about PsycINFO.

Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
SUNY-Albany
U.S. Department of Justice by the Hindelang Criminal Justice Research Center at SUNY-Albany. Its six sections are searchable and browsable and consist of tables and figures of mostly national data in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. Sections can be downloaded for printing in their entirety or individual tables can be printed (a real plus as individual table size is usually less than 10KB.) The data is compiled from over 100 sources (annotated with selected links). Connections to the Acrobat Reader are available at the site.

Experimental Design
Athabasca University
This tutorial is a component of the courseware of the Psychology Center of Athabasca University. Some technical notes provide information about the instructional-design principles on which the tutorial is based. In Part 1 of this tutorial, you will be introduced to nine sources of threat to internal validity. In Part 2, you will be asked to classify 36 hypothetical experiments as internally valid or not. If not, you must select the threat to internal validity from one of the nine sources introduced in Part 1. Great for students.