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"Visit AMA Health Insight, your link to health and medical resources; use AMA Physician Select to locate a doctor by name, specialty and location from over 650,000 physicians licensed to practice in the US. We are pleased to bring AMA Health Insight to the Web as a public service made possible by AMA members -- physicians dedicated to the health of America."

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"The American Psychoanalytic Association is a professional organization of psychoanalysts throughout the United States. The Association is comprised of Affiliate Societies and Training Institutes in many cities and has about 3,000 individual members. We are a Regional Association of the International Psychoanalytical Association."

"The APsaA's Jourlit and Bookrev databases, originated by Drs. Stanley Goodman and Vann Spruiell, together constitute a huge BIBLIOGRAPHY of psychoanalytic journal articles, books, and book reviews. Including files supplied by others, the complete set of references consists almost 30,000 entries.There is no consolidated index of this vast literature. Over the past 10 years we have found it useful to access the literature by searching by computer within the bibliographic listings for key words in titles and author names."

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This database contains articles of psychological and psychiatric studies relating to Chinese individuals, from the book (Ho, Spinks & Yeung, 1989) Chinese Patterns of Behaviour: A sourcebook of psychological and psychiatric studies.

What would you like to search for?

(example of a Boolean search: 'good;bad' will find all lines containing both 'good' AND 'bad')

Case insensitive Allow partial match to a word

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Maximum number of files returned:

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Press this button to submit the query:
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Finding a paper in Counsel.Lit

"Counsel.Lit" is the Counselling in Primary Care Trust's database of journal, review & research abstracts on subjects relating to counselling in primary care. It now contains 1,677 entries and is available in read only mode for installation under DOS. This is a trial provision of its data via the WWW. For details of the DOS package ring CPCT: [+44|0] 1784 441782

This is a beta test interface and software. Please send any feedback to me at C.Evans@sghms.ac.uk

You can restrict your search by year: Date after and in or before (dates must be four figure, breakdown of references by year)

After any year restriction the default is that you are shown any paper which has a match to any of the words you enter for any field (i.e. a boolean "or"). You can change this to make the program give you only those papers matching all the words you entered (by field) ("and"). "or" "and"

The searching is inclusive and not case sensitive, so if you enter "ePress" this will find a hit for "repress", "depress" "Depression" or "repression"

Author(s):
Word(s) in title:
Word(s) in summary:
Word(s) in keywords:
Word(s) in title, summary or keywords:

You can have two sorts of output, including summaries can produce a big file, omitting them can have you jumping off to lots of the individual entry files to find out what the summary says: without summaries with summaries

Press to submit your query.

The program would not have been possible without Steven E. Brenner's excellent Perl CGI-LIB library nor the whole WWW endeavour and the wonders of Perl.

The Indiana Prevention Resource Center on-line dictionary contains nearly 1,800 street drug slang terms from the Indiana Prevention Resource Center files, with more than 1,200 additions from the National Drug and Crime Clearinghouse slang term list.

Search for the word:

match words exactly match any part of a word
Table format Plain text format
Search and return matching entries
Search for:
Matching any search term, or all search terms.
Search the Web - for each document:
Search all text within
Search title text only, or link text only.
Also search Galaxy Pages Gopher Titles Telnet Resources

A comprehensive, and searchable (see below) medical treatment manual (for professionals).

Keywords separated by a space are automatically searched together
(myocardial infarction). To find either one keyword or the other, but
not the two together, separate them with a comma (child,pediatric).
To find two words together in the same line, separate them with a semicolon (pediatric;clinic).

Enter keyword(s):

Case sensitive. Check this box if you want to find only
keywords containing uppercase letter(s), such as proper names or
keywords in titles. This finds AIDS but not aids. Leaving the box
unchecked (the default) finds all occurrences of a word, whether or
not it contains capital letters.

Partial match. Check this box if you want to find partial matches
to a word (typing imag finds image, images, imaging as well as
imaginary). Use with care, as this may lead to excessive or irrelevant
"hits."

Number of misspellings allowed:

Maximum number of files returned:

Maximum number of matches per file returned:

Reduce these numbers for fewer responses, but this may result in a
less conclusive search.

Using our medication guide, you can find information about prescription or over-the-counter medications. You will learn about the common uses of a drug, the proper ways to use the medicine, possible side effects, and other helpful information. It is best to discuss this medication information with your pharmacist, doctor, or other health professional to find out how it applies to you and your particular case. The information is provided by Medi-Span, one of the nation's most respected sources of drug and medication information. To use this guide, enter the partial or complete name of the medicine below and click on "Search for Match." (for example, enter the letters "aspi" for aspirin).

Psychiatry Online - The most popular online psychiatry journal. You can search Priory Journals:

Enter one or more keywords connected with "and" and "or".
Examples: "Head", "Anxiety and Depression".


  • Use Substring Matching to extend searches to words which contain the given term as a substring. Example: the query "heal" will return "heal", "health" and "healthy"
  • Start search: Reset:

The Internet's biggest and best compilation of self-help resources. Compiled and managed by Dr John Grohol.

 

General information and databases, some free of charge, including the 60,000 image collection of the History of Medicine (search: images history medicine)

Enter keywords for what you want to find on NLM WWW servers:

match of the words and return report.

Please limit yourself to 200 URL's (absolute max of 400) for any ONE query (but run as many different queries as you please). That's twice what AltaVista allows you, and if you haven't found what you're looking for long before then, you probably ought to try a new query. This is a search engine, right? Let it do the work. And PLEASE read the "Search Hints"! "AND", "OR", and "+" won't help you here. We use either 1.) ordinary English or 2.) a special query language, like #1(brain stem) for that specific phrase. Reload this page occasionally so you'll see these messages. Thanks!

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Search or browse our collection of 589 Internet sites of numeric Social Science statistical data, data catalogs, data libraries, social science gateways, addreses and more.

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Supported by an award from the National Library of Medicine in conjunction with the National Laboratory for the Study of Rural Telemedicine.

Search the Virtual Hospital:

Keywords separated by a space are automatically searched together (myocardial infarction). To find either one keyword or the other, but not the two together, separate them with a comma (child,pediatric). To find two words together in the same line, separate them with a semicolon (pediatric;clinic).

Enter keyword(s):

Case sensitive. Check this box if you want to find only keywords containing uppercase letter(s), such as proper names or keywords in titles. This finds AIDS but not aids. Leaving the box unchecked (the default) finds all occurrences of a word, whether or not it contains capital letters.

Partial match. Check this box if you want to find partial matches to a word (typing imag finds image, images, imaging as well as imaginary). Use with care, as this may lead to excessive or irrelevant "hits."

Number of misspellings allowed:

Maximum number of files returned:

Maximum number of matches per file returned:

Reduce these numbers for fewer responses, but this may result in a less conclusive search.

 


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Mental Health Metasearch

"Visit AMA Health Insight, your link to health and medical resources; use AMA Physician Select to locate a doctor by name, specialty and location from over 650,000 physicians licensed to practice in the US. We are pleased to bring AMA Health Insight to the Web as a public service made possible by AMA members -- physicians dedicated to the health of America."

Search the public areas of this web site

"The American Psychoanalytic Association is a professional organization of psychoanalysts throughout the United States. The Association is comprised of Affiliate Societies and Training Institutes in many cities and has about 3,000 individual members. We are a Regional Association of the International Psychoanalytical Association."

"The APsaA's Jourlit and Bookrev databases, originated by Drs. Stanley Goodman and Vann Spruiell, together constitute a huge BIBLIOGRAPHY of psychoanalytic journal articles, books, and book reviews. Including files supplied by others, the complete set of references consists almost 30,000 entries.There is no consolidated index of this vast literature. Over the past 10 years we have found it useful to access the literature by searching by computer within the bibliographic listings for key words in titles and author names."

Enter a search word or words:

This database contains articles of psychological and psychiatric studies relating to Chinese individuals, from the book (Ho, Spinks & Yeung, 1989) Chinese Patterns of Behaviour: A sourcebook of psychological and psychiatric studies.

What would you like to search for?

(example of a Boolean search: 'good;bad' will find all lines containing both 'good' AND 'bad')

Case insensitive Allow partial match to a word

Number of misspellings allowed:

Maximum number of files returned:

Maximum number of matches per file returned:

Press this button to submit the query:
To reset the form, press this button:

Finding a paper in Counsel.Lit

"Counsel.Lit" is the Counselling in Primary Care Trust's database of journal, review & research abstracts on subjects relating to counselling in primary care. It now contains 1,677 entries and is available in read only mode for installation under DOS. This is a trial provision of its data via the WWW. For details of the DOS package ring CPCT: [+44|0] 1784 441782

This is a beta test interface and software. Please send any feedback to me at C.Evans@sghms.ac.uk

You can restrict your search by year: Date after and in or before (dates must be four figure, breakdown of references by year)

After any year restriction the default is that you are shown any paper which has a match to any of the words you enter for any field (i.e. a boolean "or"). You can change this to make the program give you only those papers matching all the words you entered (by field) ("and"). "or" "and"

The searching is inclusive and not case sensitive, so if you enter "ePress" this will find a hit for "repress", "depress" "Depression" or "repression"

Author(s):
Word(s) in title:
Word(s) in summary:
Word(s) in keywords:
Word(s) in title, summary or keywords:

You can have two sorts of output, including summaries can produce a big file, omitting them can have you jumping off to lots of the individual entry files to find out what the summary says: without summaries with summaries

Press to submit your query.

The program would not have been possible without Steven E. Brenner's excellent Perl CGI-LIB library nor the whole WWW endeavour and the wonders of Perl.

The Indiana Prevention Resource Center on-line dictionary contains nearly 1,800 street drug slang terms from the Indiana Prevention Resource Center files, with more than 1,200 additions from the National Drug and Crime Clearinghouse slang term list.

Search for the word:

match words exactly match any part of a word
Table format Plain text format
Search and return matching entries
Search for:
Matching any search term, or all search terms.
Search the Web - for each document:
Search all text within
Search title text only, or link text only.
Also search Galaxy Pages Gopher Titles Telnet Resources

A comprehensive, and searchable (see below) medical treatment manual (for professionals).

Keywords separated by a space are automatically searched together
(myocardial infarction). To find either one keyword or the other, but
not the two together, separate them with a comma (child,pediatric).
To find two words together in the same line, separate them with a semicolon (pediatric;clinic).

Enter keyword(s):

Case sensitive. Check this box if you want to find only
keywords containing uppercase letter(s), such as proper names or
keywords in titles. This finds AIDS but not aids. Leaving the box
unchecked (the default) finds all occurrences of a word, whether or
not it contains capital letters.

Partial match. Check this box if you want to find partial matches
to a word (typing imag finds image, images, imaging as well as
imaginary). Use with care, as this may lead to excessive or irrelevant
"hits."

Number of misspellings allowed:

Maximum number of files returned:

Maximum number of matches per file returned:

Reduce these numbers for fewer responses, but this may result in a
less conclusive search.

Using our medication guide, you can find information about prescription or over-the-counter medications. You will learn about the common uses of a drug, the proper ways to use the medicine, possible side effects, and other helpful information. It is best to discuss this medication information with your pharmacist, doctor, or other health professional to find out how it applies to you and your particular case. The information is provided by Medi-Span, one of the nation's most respected sources of drug and medication information. To use this guide, enter the partial or complete name of the medicine below and click on "Search for Match." (for example, enter the letters "aspi" for aspirin).

Psychiatry Online - The most popular online psychiatry journal. You can search Priory Journals:

Enter one or more keywords connected with "and" and "or".
Examples: "Head", "Anxiety and Depression".


  • Use Substring Matching to extend searches to words which contain the given term as a substring. Example: the query "heal" will return "heal", "health" and "healthy"
  • Start search: Reset:

The Internet's biggest and best compilation of self-help resources. Compiled and managed by Dr John Grohol.

 

General information and databases, some free of charge, including the 60,000 image collection of the History of Medicine (search: images history medicine)

Enter keywords for what you want to find on NLM WWW servers:

match of the words and return report.

Please limit yourself to 200 URL's (absolute max of 400) for any ONE query (but run as many different queries as you please). That's twice what AltaVista allows you, and if you haven't found what you're looking for long before then, you probably ought to try a new query. This is a search engine, right? Let it do the work. And PLEASE read the "Search Hints"! "AND", "OR", and "+" won't help you here. We use either 1.) ordinary English or 2.) a special query language, like #1(brain stem) for that specific phrase. Reload this page occasionally so you'll see these messages. Thanks!

Search text of pages:

Get the first pages

   
Search Hints
     Title Search

Search or browse our collection of 589 Internet sites of numeric Social Science statistical data, data catalogs, data libraries, social science gateways, addreses and more.

Search

Type a word or phrase:

Search Hints

Supported by an award from the National Library of Medicine in conjunction with the National Laboratory for the Study of Rural Telemedicine.

Search the Virtual Hospital:

Keywords separated by a space are automatically searched together (myocardial infarction). To find either one keyword or the other, but not the two together, separate them with a comma (child,pediatric). To find two words together in the same line, separate them with a semicolon (pediatric;clinic).

Enter keyword(s):

Case sensitive. Check this box if you want to find only keywords containing uppercase letter(s), such as proper names or keywords in titles. This finds AIDS but not aids. Leaving the box unchecked (the default) finds all occurrences of a word, whether or not it contains capital letters.

Partial match. Check this box if you want to find partial matches to a word (typing imag finds image, images, imaging as well as imaginary). Use with care, as this may lead to excessive or irrelevant "hits."

Number of misspellings allowed:

Maximum number of files returned:

Maximum number of matches per file returned:

Reduce these numbers for fewer responses, but this may result in a less conclusive search.

 


human-nature.com
Ian Pitchford and Robert M. Young - Last updated: 28 May, 2005 02:29 PM

US -
 Search:
Keywords:  

Amazon.com logo

UK -
 Search:
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