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GreySmith Institute: Psychology Division

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The Psychology Division is responsible for developing functional models of how the brain functions

Welcome to the Psychology Division of the GreySmith Institute. There is a lot of work that needs to be done, and You and I are the people to do it!

Warning: This page is under construction

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Theories   Protocols   Results

Philosophical Theories

The Philosophical Theories Subdivision is responsible for looking into philosophical theories for guidance on functional Models

Historical Theories

The historical theories subdivision is responsible for looking at historical accounts and theories to see if they have any bearing on present day knowledge; Included in this subdivision is Folk psychology Theories

New Theories

The New Theories subdivision is responsible for evaluating new theories and determining how they will affect psychological function

Neurological Theories

The Neurological Theories Subdivision is responsible for looking at theories about how the neurons connect together, to determine how they impact on psychological Functions

Technological Theories

The technological theories subdivision is responsible for looking at theories from technological sources to see how they might affect psychological function

Religious Theories

The Religious Theories subdivision is responsible for looking at theories proposed by religious groups, in order to determine how they would affect psychological function


REPOSITORY

The Repository is a storage place for papers during development, and after publishing refusal. Papers for which copyright has been sold will be deleted as soon as possible once we are informed of the change in status.


LIBRARY

The library will contain e-prints and directories that are either public domain, or purchased specifically to be released under the WikiVersity GFDL license

NEUROPSYCHE FORUM

The Neuropsyche Forum is a place where psychologists, Neural Scientists, and Neural Modeling professionals can gather to discuss each others work, and topics in general

AC FORUM

The AC Forum is where members from both schools get together to discuss each others work, and how the schools can work together to achieve the best results.

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