Guide to Psychology Resources on the Web
Psychology "Mega" Sites
contain a wealth of information for psychology students. They're excellent
resources for browsing, researching specific topics of interest, or
surfing for fun. The sites listed below are among the best we found.
College's Psychology Department: Hanover is simply one of the
best psychology resources available to undergraduates. Designed by
John Krantz, it contains information on software, publishers, psychology
tutorials, and graduate programs in psychology. Set aside an hour
or two and explore Hanover. Be sure to visit
General Psychology Links for Students
Social Psychology Network is a particularly well-maintained site
with links to more than 5,000 psychology resources in all areas of
- Russ Dewey's PsychWeb
continues to be an excellent resource. See his Megalist
Muskingum Department of Psychology: Muskingum has a great site,
featuring many standard resources that you'd find at other mega sites,
as well as interesting links to:
Site : Psych Site is a public-service 'launch pad' to Net sites
that may be of use to psychologists and those interested in the science
of psychology. You won't find self-help or parapsychological links
University's Psychology Resources: Searchable links to a large
number of psychology web sites organized by sub-field.
There's a society for
every psychological discipline. We provide some of the major ones. For
a more extensive list, see Hanover.
PsyScope is an interactive graphic system for experimental design
and control on the Macintosh.
Software Tools, Inc.: PST is brought to you by the makers of the
MEL programming language. Here, you'll have a chance to download demos
and software, and learn about MEL's predecessor, E-Prime.
used to be a CTI-Psychology site which housed "The Centre Directory
of Psychology Software and Software Reviews" that was packed with
software information. Some of this is still available within the web
pages of LTSN Psychology.
is packed with resources to support the teaching of psychology.
in Mental Health: Here, you'll find a database of software used
in mental health profession, relevant books, articles, and membership
Assessment Resources: PAR publishes software, books, and other
materials specifically developed for professionals in the fields of
psychology, counseling, neuropsychology, and other related disciplines.
Other points of interest:
Blackwell Publishers : Blackwell publishes textbooks, journals,
and software. You can search for books by subject or by title, part
of a title, or author.
Publications: Guilford's home page allows you to search for books
by subject, but you can also explore The
Videos, and Social
Journals Here, Academic Press allows you to search for textbooks,
journals, and product catalogs--among others.
journals at the click of a mouse.
are a few tutorials we've reviewed. For an ever-growing list of tutorials,
we highly recommend John Krantz's index of Psychological
Tutorials and Demonstrations.
Who is Joe? He's a Columbia grad who is
now pursuing a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Joe produced the first
version of this page several years ago, as a Student Technology Assistant.
Since then, a succession of web-savvy undergraduates have helped to
keep it going. The page was last updated on September 22, 2003.
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