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Alcohol-Related Pictures [Database] [article] Free database of validated alcohol-related for research (available ratings: valence, arousal, dominance)

Tobacco-Related Pictures [Database] [article] Free database of validated tabacco-related for research (available ratings: valence, arousal, dominance).

Affective Sounds Battery [Database] [article] Free database of validated affective sounds for research (available emotions: anger, disgust, fear, happiness, neutral, sadness).

FilmStim [Database] [article] Free database of brief video clips intended to elicit emotional states in experimental psychology experiments.

Processes Assessment Protocol (English)Protocole d’évaluation des processus (Français)

Profileur d’Impulsivité selon le modèle UPPS-P
Programme développé par le Laboratoire de Psychopathologie Expérimentale (LEP) pour permettre aux cliniciens francophones de dresser rapidement un profil d’impulsivité selon le modèle UPPS-P (urgence positive et négative; persévérance, préméditation, recherche de sensation). Les profils sont dressés sur base de données normatives obtenues auprès de 7460 personnes de la population générale.

Training program to improve facial expression decoding skills, specially designed to improve the sensitivity of psychotherapists and social workers to nonverbal behaviour.

Free software developed by the Psychopathology and Neuroscience Research Group (Universite catholique de Louvain, Belgium) that helps therapists to reduce the attentional biases of their clients suffering from social anxiety.

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