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There a number of websites providing neuroscience information of use to psychologists. These include:
- BrainInfo is a website that identifies brain structures and provides different kinds of information about each structure. It consists of three basic knowledge bases: which includes
- NeuroNames, which provides the index to brain structures and narrative information about them.
- Brain Template Atlas, which shows the structures that are found in the primate brain.
- NeuroMaps, a set of over 200 overlays that show the location of different kinds of information that have been mapped to the standard background template maps of the Atlas.
- Digital Anatomist (University of Washington);
- LONI (UCLA) which offers a 3-D reconstruction of human cortex; the
- Whole Brain Atlas (Harvard)
- SenseLab/Yale) a site describing the cells in specific structures
- Mouse Brain Library (University of Tennessee)
- Areas of Cortex Involved in Language (University of Washington).
- Brain Architecture Management System (BAMS, USC, Los Angeles)
- Brain Atlas Project (Center for Neuroscience, UC Davis
- Van Essen Lab (Washington University, St. Louis)
- Medical Neuroscience website (Loyola University, Chicago).