David Willshire's Forensic Psychology, Psychiatry & Cycling Links
Affect, Behavior, & Cognition's Divorce Education Psychology Web Project
This site, by Dr David John Berndt, describes itself as: "Divorce Information and other psychology related topics (depression and divorce, ADDH, and home of www.Divorce.com and the When Marriage Ends E-newsletter. Divorces and more)"
"The Searchengine and Directory to all IQ-Tests, EQ-Tests, Career-Tests, Health-Tests and much more."
APA PsycINFO--Information Services in Psychology
"PsycINFO is a department of the American Psychological Association (APA) dedicated to creating products that make it easier for researchers to locate psychological literature relevant to their research topics"
Articles, Abstracts, Research, & Resources in Psychology
This site provides free peer-reviewed research articles and other works, abstracts, APA list utilities, & other resources. It contains a number of free full-text articles from American Psychologist; additional works from other sources such as Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology; Clinical Psychology: Science & Practice; and Psychology, Public Policy, & Law; and abstracts of other articles. The site also includes resources for torture survivors, refugees, and asylum-seekers; resources in the area of dual relationships; ethics codes and other resources.
As Zen Replaces the Id- Psychology & Zen Buddhism
"This site includes resources concerning questions of Zen Buddhism and its application to Psychology."
Behavior OnLine The Mental Health and Behavioral Science Meeting Place.
"Behavior OnLine aspires to be the premier World Wide Web gathering place for mental health professionals and applied behavioral scientists--a place where professionals of every discipline can feel at home."
The Buros Institute of Mental Measurements
The Buros Institute provides information and reviews of commercially published tests
Careers in Psychology
This page, from the undergraduate student handbook from the University of Dayton's Department of Psychology, provides a good overview of the various specialities and areas within psychology.
Clinical Psychology Resources
This page contains WWW resources for Clinical and Abnormal Psychology and related issues. It is provided by the Department of Clinical and Applied Psychology at the University of Bonn, Germany.
This is the official website of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) and their aim is : "dedicated to supporting the development of a progressive psychology and related behavioral sciences more adequate to the challenge of the human condition. We are attempting to do this by fostering an open and responsible scientific culture that is non-hierarchical, self-critical, and that makes it easy for everyone to play a role. Our work is based on a scientific approach to studying psychological and other behavioral phenomena that emphasizes their interactive and holistic nature, and analyzes them by considering their current and historical context, linked to a pragmatic approach to truth."
You can also find information on Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) on this site.
David Smail's website - Social Power & Psychological Distress
David Smail argues: "Hardly any of the 'symptoms' of psychological distress may correctly be seen as medical matters. The so-called 'neuroses', 'psychoses' and related forms of suffering are nothing to do with faulty biology; nor indeed are they the outcome of individual moral weakness or other personal failing. They are the creation of the social world in which we live, and that world is structured by power."
This site is a catalogue of biomedical and health related web sites maintained by the staff of the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library at Emory University.
Encyclopedia of Psychology
This site is "a hierarchical database of links to psychology and psychology related sites."
Health Psychology & Rehabilitation - Promoting Mental & Physical Health
The site provides information on research, viewpoints and practical suggestions about the practice of health psychology in medical and rehabilitation settings
The International Union of Psychological Science
IUPsyS "works to promote the development of psychological science, whether biological or social, normal or abnormal, pure or applied."
John Suler's Teaching Clinical Psychology Site
Dr John Suler's site is "devoted to sharing ideas and resources for the teaching of clinical psychology, especially undergraduate courses on abnormal psychology, psychotherapy, group dynamics, psychological testing, and clinical components of introductory psychology. My orientation is mostly psychodynamic and humanistic..."
This mega-site by John W. Nichols, M.A. contains bookmarks, articles, and many other psychology resources
This is a blog by the authors of "Mind Hacks" on "how to look inside your brain using neuroscience and psychology."
Networked resources in psychology & mental health
Research organizations and facilities, colleges and universities, journals and newsletters, newsgroups, publishers and clearinghouses, listservs and subscription services and other useful Resources are listed here.
"The primary objectives of this homepage are: to describe the importance of neuropsychology as a science of brain and behavior; to increase public knowledge of neuropsychology as a branch of practical medicine; to indicate the contribution which neuropsychology is making to the neurosciences; and to act as a resource for the professional and layperson, alike"
Paul Barrett's Homepage
Paul Barrett is a research scientist in the area of psychology and psychological research. His site contains downloadable copies of his presentations and articles, current basic and applied research, affflitiations, contact details, and philosophy.
Psych Central - by Dr. John Grohol
This site is cited as being the oldest annotated directory of mental health resources for professionals and consumers on the Internet. Every resource contained within it has been personally reviewed by Dr. Grohol.
Psych Web by Russ Dewey
This Web site contains lots of psychology-related information for students and teachers of psychology.
PsychNet-UK the for Mental Health Professionals
"A site covering the informational needs of Psychologists, Counsellors and Therapists. Links to all major academic Psychology Departments, Professional Bodies, Associations and Institutes. Extensive links to software companies, books, journals and jobs."
This site lists forthcoming psychological conferences in Germany and the rest of the world.
Psychological Online Documents
This useful page, provided by the Department of Psychology at the University of Bonn, Germany, has links to numerous psychological online documents.
Psychologist's Internet Guide
The purpose of this guide, by Pauline Wallin, PhD, is to describe strategies for using the Internet to acquire information. There are sections on connection options, search engines, tips for efficient searching, and on use of email services, newsgroups and web-base forums. It also contains links to mental health sites, as well as to other reference sites.
The Psychology Assessment Connection
This site, by Ron Kimball PhD, provides information about the practice of forensic and general psychological assessment
Psychology Degree Guide
This site contains a searchable database of over 6000 degree programs in the US, as well as student interviews & articles related to psychology.
Psychology Dictionary & Glossary for students
This site is a free on-line Psychology Dictionary for students studying psychology and mental health courses. Over 1200 terms and concepts are defined.
Psychology Information Online
"Psychology Information Online provides a central place on the Internet for information about the practice of psychology. Psychology Information Online provides information about psychological diagnosis, disorders and problems, psychotherapy and counselling (including family therapy, couple counselling and group therapy), behaviour therapy (stress management and relaxation skills training, assertiveness training, desensitisation for phobias, parenting skills, etc.), psychological evaluations and testing, and other treatment services, and also provides information about Forensic psychology and psychological consultations for legal matters."
The Psychology of Cyberspace
According to Dr John Suler "the purpose of this online hypertext book (web site) is to explore the psychological dimensions of the environments created by computers and online networks. It is intended as an evolving conceptual framework for understanding the various psychological components of cyberspace and how people react to and behave within it. I and my students will use this framework as a basis for our ongoing research on, what we will call, "the psychology of cyberspace" - or, simply, "cyberpsychology." I hope it will serve as a useful framework for other researchers as well ... Anyone is welcome to contribute ideas and resources to this ongoing project"
Psychology Tools, by Dr Matthew Whalley, contains free downloadable materials useful to clinical and counselling psychologists, and other mental health professionals. The site relies on contributions from everyone, and requests that tests, tools, worksheets and other resources be submitted for sharing.
Links to various psychology resources from 'online Psychology Degree'
Psychology Web Links by Topic
"Hundreds of links to psychology-related topics." This page is a subsection of the Social Psychology Network.
"psychology.com.au is a continually growing resource of articles, advice and discussion on a range of psychology-related issues to help people better understand themselves and their experience of being human."
PsychREF: Resources in Psychology on the Internet
This site, by Vincent Hevern, contains links to information on general psychology and mental health, counselling and psychotherapy, Freud, psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapy, creative art therapies (dance, art, music, etc), forensic psychology, psychology and the law and criminal justice.
"Provides up-to-date information on developments in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, and related areas of mental health. Resources, links, and a free newsletter!"
"Psychweb is designed to provide links to the most pertinent Web sites on the net related to psychology. Information for both public and professional consumption is available."
PSYCLINE: Your Guide to Psychology and Social Science Journals on the Web
This site is a directory of links to more than 1,800 psychology and social science journal sites
PsycSite: Science of Psychology Resources Site
PsycSite, by Ken Stange, is a "non-profit, public-service Internet Site for psychologists, psychology students, and anyone else interested in the science of psychology".
RadPsyNet - The Radical Psychology Network
"The Radical Psychology Network seeks like-minded psychologists and others to help create a society better able to meet human needs and bring about social justice. We want to change society's unacceptable status quo and bring about a better world. And we want to change the status quo of psychology, too. We challenge psychology's traditional focus on minor reform, because enhancing human welfare demands fundamental social change instead. Moreover, psychology itself has too often oppressed people rather than liberated them."
Robert Muller's Homepage
This site contains an alphabetical listing of abnormal psychology resources.
Social Psychology Network
The Social Psychology Network claims to be the largest social psychology database on the Internet, with more than 5,000 links to psychology-related resources
WebPsychEmpiricist Home Page
"WPE is a free, online journal for psychological research and reviews. It uniquely features immediate world-wide publications (in English), linked reviews of the research, a mailing list to discuss the research, and replies and updates by the authors. A Boolean search is available: it searches a summary of each article (the abstract) and the keywords as provided by the author(s). The focus of this journal is very broad: Research in the scientific study of Psychology in all its forms."
Yahoo! Social Science: Psychology
Psychology links from Yahoo!
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