Association of Pastoral Counselors
Psychological Association PsychNet
Psychological Society -- includes full-text reports and
journal articles for members. (Undergraduate student rates are
APA Style 6th
Edition -- What's different to the this edition from the last
one? Find out here. Look on the right side for a tutorial.
APA Style: Corrections to the New 6th edition -- yes, folks, the
book was printed with errors! Look here for the corrections.
How Computers Are Used in Psychology--includes articles on
human-computer interactions, cyberpsychology, technology in education,
psychology software, and more.
for the Study and Prevention of Violence--includes a
in the History of Psychology--complete texts of key works by
Binet, Freud, William James, John Dewey, Skinner, Terman, Watson, and
more compiled by York University.
Psychology Network--a central site for community psychology
resources--discussion groups, book reviews, job listings, course
materials, funding sources, etc. (under renovation, check back)
and the Brain-- an annotated bibliography.
of Psychology -- over 2000 links from people & history to
careers to theories and much more. From Jacksonville State University.
Code for Psychologists -- from the APA
Rights: Understanding the Issue -- The Understanding the Issue
section lays out the facts and policy alternatives, while the Public
Opinion section offers a detailed profile of public thinking about the
for Writing Research Papers based on Styles Recommended by the
American Psychological Association--footnoting, presentation
of bibliographies, how to handle quotations, charts, figures, etc.
of Psychology-- "provides a gateway for teachers and students
to over 1000 World Wide Web resources related to the history of
psychology." University of Dayton
Health Law: An Overview
Help Net--disorders and treatment, plus more.
Mental Health Stats -- links to relevant sources. National
Institute of Mental Health
in Behavioral Research--an online text by Paul C. Cozby of Cal
State Fullerton. Each chapter is supplemented with links on online
Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Medical Page--contains detailed
information on specific disorders, medications, etc. Also look at
Institute of Mental Health--of particular interest are the
public information on disorders and medications, and the research
Statistics from the NIMH
Strategy for Suicide Prevention -- a collaborative effort of
Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institutes of Health and
the Health Resources and Services Administration.
on the Internet--neuroanatomy, biochemistry, medicine, and
professional reviews of sites, symptom lists from the DSM, booklists,
Psychology of Cyberspace--about group and couple relationships
on the net, the psychology of e-mail, etc.
with Style--a psychology professor explains how to write
psychology papers following APA guidelines. Many will find him clearer
than the APA Publication Manual
Psychology Resources Arranged by Topic
Psyography--biographies of important psychologists, with
discussions of their work and references.
Network -- Social
psychology addresses many of our most common human issues - aggression,
racism, attraction, gender issues, divorce, and lots more. This site
directs one to prime research sites for those issues.
Psychology Resources Online--a guide to info on counseling,
behavior disorders, learning disabilities, etc.
Resources in Psychology--from Skidmore College, a
comprehensive subject listing
and Early Psychology -- full-text articles compiled by York
University. Also includes Institutions of Early Experimental