Resources for Psychology Students and Faculty

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Psychology Websites

There is a great deal of information available on the web at the sites of the two major psychology organizations, APA and APS. You will find information on careers in psychology, teaching, books and journals, mental health issues, as well as links to research and psychology programs around the world!

American Psychological Association
Association for Psychological Science
Applying to Graduate School
APA Style Page Archives Jean Piaget: a research and documentation center in developmental psychology
Brain and Mind: Electronic Journal of Neuroscience
The Career Choice: good information on careers in psychology especially clinical) and getting into graduate school
Center for Evolutionary Psychology
Circadian Rhythms
Community Psychology Network
Conference Presentation Advice from Psi Chi
DSM-IV Diagnoses and Codes, Alphabetical Listing
Famous People in Psychology
Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams
Graduate schools in psychology
Howard Hugh Foundation: Seeing Hearing and Smelling the World Interactive Digital Brain atlas
MRC Psycholinguistic Database
Online Dictionary of Mental health
The Personality Project
Psi Chi National Honor Society for Psychology
Psychology 100 Resource Page: great links for students and teachers Psychology Fun and Games
Psychology Experiments on the Web
Psychology and Religion
Psychology of Women Web page: Division 35 of APA
Social Psychology Network
Sports Psychology
Wadsworth Psychology Study Center
Women's contributions to the study of mind

Sites on Evaluation of Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism

How to evaluate a Web site (Mew Mexico Library)
Evaluating Web Resources (Wolfgram Memorial Library; Widener University)
Writing and Avoiding Plagiarism