Web Links to References, Libraries, Online Journals, Style Manuals & Study Guides
Contains the largest psychoanalytic library in the world. Includes over 40,000 books, periodicals, and reprints in psychoanalysis and related fields from its beginning to the present.
This is the home page of the APA, a major membership organization of psychologists. They provide a wealth of information and resources about psychology, the organization and its services. There is also much information for students, including schools and graduate programs, scholarships, databases, etc.
Another major membership organization for psychologists, especially on the scientific side of the field. They provide students with a wealth of information, including historical events in psychology (under Today in Psychology's History).
Includes information on how to write without bias, tips on using the electronic media, and authorship aids. See also specific questions about the APA format.
Famous quotations in Great Books Online.
A journal of neuroscience, behavioral biology, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, linguistics, and philosophy.
The digital library of the University of California.
A journal on topics related to the behavioral sciences.
Download the new APA publication for students outlining careers in psychology. In PDF format.
Learn about a variety of psychology careers and the prerequisites for entering certain fields.
A site that provides you with an overview of how to design scientific posters for presentation. Includes, sample posters, and poster templates.
A site by Jeff Radel, Ph.D., Department of Occupational Therapy Education at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Great for information on developing poster presentations and exhibits.
A journal about developmental issues and human potential.
The companion website to the video series and telecourse with Philip Zimbardo. You will find many supplementary supportive discussions, articles, demonstrations, etc. that enhance the video presentations and our classroom discussions.
A journal about issues related to educational policy and learning.
Provides advice for presenting research. Encompasses both oral and poster presentations.
A database of psychology websites by category. Categories include: Careers, Environment, Behavior & Relationships; Organizations; Paradigms and Theories; People and History; Publications; Resources; Underlying Reductionistic Machinery.
Repository of Quantitative Social Science data.
A digital library with permanent and special exhibits.
Articles on artificial intelligence.
Articles on cognition and rehabilitation.
Writings and Research on Artificial Intelligence.
Articles and research on family psychological issues.
Research and articles in neuroscience.
A well known research institute in the world. Presents an overview of their behavioral and cognitive development research projects.
Division 46 of the APA. Focuses on roles psychologists play in various aspects of the media--radio, TV, film, video, newsprint, magazines, and other technologies.
A sited dedicated to helping advance research and education in media studies and critical thinking. Site includes links to international news and media studies sites.
A free online dictionary.
The mission of the NICHD is to ensure that every person is born healthy and wanted; that women suffer no harmful effects from the reproductive process, and that all children have the chance to fulfill their potential.
The world's largest medical library - includes medline - a database of biomedical research. Also includes health information publications, research programs, etc.
Research on cognitive issues.
Our campus library. Here you can find much assistance and support for your library research. You can also search online databases from home and have articles sent to your e-mail and much more. See the psychology references and online databases.
A journal for students studying psychology.
A database of full-text articles from journals published by the American Psychological Association (APA) and others. Search thousands of articles from journals and books. Pay $11.95 for each full-text article you want to read.
A new full-text database of books and chapters from the publications of APA. Here you can purchase paper copies or e-copies.
Database of the American Psychological Association (APA).
This is an interesting site that contains brochures and articles, information on careers in psychology, commercial psychology resources on the Internet, psychology departments on the web, discussion pages, psychology journals on the web, mind tools and a discussion about the psychology of religion.
An extensive collection of news reports on psychological events.
Psychology Matters is a web-based compendium of psychological research that demonstrates the application and value of psychological science in our everyday lives. Here you can find research articles and studies on a variety of topics. Included also is a glossary of psychological terms, definitions of psychology and an overview of the history of psychology.
Psycholgically related experiments on the Internet can be found at this site. Biological psychology/neurpsychology, clinical psychology, cognition, developmental psychology, emotions, general issues, health psychology, personality, sensation/perception, and social psychology are addressed.
An important science journal that includes many research studies and topics related to psychology.
A reference with many pertinent US Statistics.
A good reference manual for writing and grammar.
Includes the general social survey of the American public.
Proposed APA style manual standards for referencing web pages.
This Web site was developed by your textbook author. It is designed to help you reviw key concepts from the textbook through interactive exercises and learning tools. The site includes chapter overviews, online quizzes, Psych Quest modules, Psych Sim Modules, Web links, news reports and more.