Philosophy and Psychology

Thésaurus Psychologie cognitive de la mémoire humaine

"Ce thésaurus bilingue (français-anglais), développé à l’Inist-CNRS, recense les concepts de la psychologie cognitive de la mémoire humaine (systèmes et processus mnésiques, effets empiriques, troubles de la mémoire, méthodes d’étude, théories et modèles), organisés sous forme de relations hiérarchiques (termes génériques et spécifiques), d’équivalence (synonymes) et d’association."

"This bilingual (French-English) thesaurus, developed at Inist-CNRS, identifies the concepts of the cognitive psychology of human memory (memory systems and processes, empirical effects, memory disorders, study methods, theories and models), organized in the form of hierarchical (generic and specific terms), equivalence (synonyms) and association relationships."

Vocabulaire Histoire et sciences des religions

"Vocabulaire contrôlé utilisé pour l'indexation des références bibliographiques de la base de données FRANCIS 'Histoire et sciences des religions' (1972 à 2015, http://pascal-francis.inist.fr/)."

"Controlled vocabulary used for indexing bibliographical records for the 'History and Sciences of Religions' FRANCIS database (1972-2015, http://pascal-francis.inist.fr/)."

Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology

"Objectives of the Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP) are to advance the classification of psychopathology to maximize its usefulness for research and clinical practice. The HiTOP aims to address limitations of traditional nosologies, such as the DSM-5 and ICD-10, including arbitrary boundaries between psychopathology and normality, often unclear boundaries between disorders, frequent disorder co-occurrence, heterogeneity within disorders, and diagnostic instability.

Taxonomy of the Logical Fallacies

"The Fallacy Files Taxonomy is a tree-like structure that classifies all of the fallacies in these files by the sub-fallacy relation. A sub-fallacy, which is a specific version of a more general fallacy, has whatever features the more general fallacy has, together with specific features which set it apart and make it worth naming in its own right. For example, instead of grouping together 'fallacies of relevance', there is one most general such fallacy—namely, Red Herring—and all fallacies of relevance are sub-fallacies of it.

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