The links below are online references for additional resources in the field of human ethology. These range from professional societies that maintain links to areas that any reader can explore in this field. Many of the linked sites provide resources for further study, as well as downloadable resources that can be used for classroom teaching.
Evolutionary Psychology: A Primer. Leda Cosmides & John Tooby, Department of Anthropology, University of California Santa Barbara.
The Evolutionary Psychology FAQ. This FAQ is written and maintained by Edward Hagen, formerly of the Center for Evolutionary Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara, and now at the Institute for Theoretical Biology in Berlin. The FAQ assumes a basic knowledge of genes and natural selection. Its purpose is to outline the "meta-theoretical" foundations of evolutionary psychology. That is, it aims to explain the framework within which hypotheses about evolved psychological function should be formulated.
Ethology and Evolution on the Web. Study of human ethology, evolutionary psychology, and related fields.
The Cognitive Science Society has the latest news and information on conferences, funding, and employment, along with a host of related conferences.
The Cognitive Neuroscience Society is committed to the development of mind and brain research aimed at investigating the psychological, computational, and neuroscientific bases of cognition.
The American Psychological Society promotes, protects, and advances the interests of scientifically oriented psychology in research, application, teaching, and the improvement of human welfare.
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping provides an educational forum for the exchange of up-to-the-minute and ground-breaking research across modalities exploring human brain mapping.
The Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences is a coalition of member organizations, university departments of psychology, schools of education, research centers, regional psychological associations, and science divisions of the American Psychological Association.
The American Association for Applied Linguistics is a professional organization of scholars who are interested in and actively contribute to the multi-disciplinary field of applied linguistics.
The American Philological Association is the principal learned society for classical studies of ancient Greek and Roman languages, literatures, and civilizations.
The International Speech Communication Association covers all the aspects of speech communication (acoustics, phonetics, phonology, linguistics, natural language processing, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, signal processing, pattern recognition, etc.
Epigraphic Society is concerned with the discovery and decipherment of ancient inscriptions.
The Philological Society is devoted to the scholarly study of language and languages.
The Society for Neuroscience addresses the study of brain development, sensation and perception, learning and memory, movement, sleep, stress, aging and neurological and psychiatric disorders. It also includes the molecules, cells and genes responsible for nervous system functioning.
The International Brain Research Organization was founded to enhance the mobilization and utilization of the world's scientific resources for research on the brain.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the steward of medical and behavioral research for the United States, governed under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The National Science Foundation fosters the interchange of scientific information among scientists and engineers in the United States and foreign countries.
The American Academy of Neurology provides valuable resources for medical specialists worldwide who are committed to improving the care of patients with neurological diseases
American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. The field of neuropsychopharmacology involves the evaluation of the effects of natural and synthetic compounds upon the brain, mind, and human behavior.
The purpose of the European Brain and Behaviour Society is the exchange of information between European scientists interested in the relationship of brain mechanisms and behavior.
The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies was established to advance research and education in the neurosciences.
The American Society for Neurochemistry advances and promotes the science of neurochemistry and related.
The American Society for Neural Transplantation and Repair is composed of basic and clinical neuroscientists who utilize transplantation and related technologies to better understand the way the nervous system functions and establish new procedures for its repair in response to trauma or neurodegenerative disease.
The American Epilepsy Society is committed to the support and enhancement of the study, acquisition, dissemination, and application of knowledge concerning epilepsy—biological, clinical, and social.
The Society for Endocrinology aims to promote the advancement of public education in endocrinology.
The Human Frontier Science Program supports novel, innovative, and interdisciplinary basic research focused on the complex mechanisms of living organisms; topics range from molecular and cellular approaches to systems and cognitive neuroscience.
The International Affairs Committee (SfN and US NAS) supports neuroscientists worldwide through professional training and international collaboration.
The International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society works to promote the field of neurobehavioral genetics.
The International Behavioral Neuroscience Society encourages research and education in the field of behavioral neuroscience.
The goal of the International Neuromodulation Society is to to increase the understanding of the mechanisms of neuromodulation and to evaluate existing and new applications.
The International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience is a society comprising of researchers, medical professionals, academics, industry professionals and students working with the autonomic nervous system.
International Society for Developmental Neuroscience is an organization of basic and clinical scientists who are interested in the development of the nervous system in the broadest sense. Many ISDN members are also interested in aspects of aging, as well as neuronal dysfunctions associated with trauma or disease.
International Society for Neurochemistry. This portal is provided to the neurochemistry community to facilitate the worldwide advancement of neurochemistry and related neuroscience discipline.
The International Society for Psychoneuroendocrinology promotes and disseminates knowledge on hormones, their interactions with brain, and body processes and behavior, as well as their clinical applications.
The Movement Disorder Society is an international professional society of clinicians, scientists, and other healthcare professionals, who are interested in Parkinson's disease, related neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders, hyperkinetic movement disorders, and abnormalities in muscle tone and motor control.
The Neurosciences Institute is a not-for-profit research center dedicated to "high risk-high payoff" research designed to discover the biological basis of higher-level brain functions in humans.
The Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology is a scientific society committed to understanding interactions between behavior and neuroendocrine function to advance understanding of behavioral neuroendocrinology.
The National Aphasia Association promotes public education, research, rehabilitation and support services to assist people with aphasia and their families.
National Headache Foundation educates headache sufferers and healthcare professionals about headache causes and treatments.
The National Institute on Aging leads a broad scientific effort to understand the nature of aging and to extend the healthy, active years of life.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society promotes research, educates, advocates on critical issues, and organizes a wide range of programs, including support for the newly diagnosed and those living with MS over time.