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 McGill University at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
McGill University, established in 1821, is located in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Known to some as "The Harvard of the North", McGill is well-known for pioneering research in the medical sciences, chemistry, physics and biology, though it is also famous for its high standard of undergraduate education and has an established history in the humanities, social sciences, law and physical education.
McGill's Redpath Museum, built in 1892, is the oldest building built specifically as a museum in North America.
www.wiki.tatet.com /McGill_University.html   (1519 words)

 ScienceDaily: McGill University Researchers Design And Test Computer Games That Enhance Self-esteem
In a world-first study, researchers from McGill University's Department of Psychology have created and tested computer games that are specifically designed to help people enhance their self-acceptance.
After examining past studies on self esteem, the McGill team deduced that people's feelings of insecurity are largely based on worries about whether they will be liked, accepted and valued by their peers and significant others.
The McGill team's goal was to conduct experimental research that would enable them to develop interventions that could help people feel more secure: i.e.
www.sciencedaily.com /releases/2004/05/040507082758.htm   (2220 words)

 McGill University Health Centre, reference
McGill EBM Resources Bibliography- "How to Read a Paper" Series
For more resources, visit the following Web sites:
More dictionaries available on the web page compiled by University of Montreal Library.
www.muhc-ebn.mcgill.ca /reference.htm   (236 words)

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