Presents information on several Web sites about psychology. Ask Doctor Ruth; False Memory Syndrome Foundation; National Institute of Psychosocial Oncology.

By Jessica Rogers, published on May 1, 2001 - last reviewed on June 9, 2016

Need some tips on spicing up your sex life? Ask Dr. Ruth, one of
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Designed by the False Memory Syndrome Foundation, this site reviews
the reliability of memory and methods for distinguishing between true and
false recollections. The latest research, lawsuits and issues are
discussed by various memory experts in hopes of protecting the innocent
from false memories.

Rapid advances in modern technology are bringing the physical
merger of man and machine closer to reality. But is this an ethical
marriage? Click on this site to listen to a panel of scientists,
researchers and other experts discuss the future of modern robotics, or
join an online discussion on the mind-boggling possibilities.

Cancer can affect the physical and mental health of both patients
and their families. If you or a loved one is suffering from the disease,
visit the National Institute of Psychosocial Oncology's site for
information, research and educational workshops geared toward alleviating
emotional distress by improving communication among patients, caregivers
and medical professionals.