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Psychology Resources: Home

A subject guide designed to educate people about psychology.

Recommended E-Books

Print Resources

World Wide Web Resources

Encyclopedia of Psychology
Links to psychology sites on the Web divided into categories. There are also links to psychological organizations and publications and a section on careers in the field of psychology. Available in nine languages. From the Department of Psychology, Jacksonville (Alabama) State University.

Psychology Info for Students
Psychology Information Online provides resources and references for students at both the graduate and undergraduate level.  This includes information about many psychological topics that can assist you in beginning research for class projects and papers, information about careers in psychology and mental health, and information about graduate training programs, internships, and fellowships.

Psych Central
http://psychcentral.com/
“Features information about different conditions and disorders, drugs, current news and research, and books about mental health. There's also online screening tests for certain disorders and relationship questions, an Ask The Therapist section, and community discussion board.”

Psychology Information Online
http://www.psychologyinfo.com/
“Created to provide a central place on the Internet for information about the practice of psychology, Psychology Information Online covers diagnosis, disorders and problems, therapies, counseling, testing and treatment services. Site highlights include U.S. state-by-state directories of psychologists and organizations, a consumer information page on the cost of psychological treatment, information on how to choose a psychologist, Forensic psychology, and psychological consultation for legal matters.”

Social Psychology Network
http://www.socialpsychology.org/
“A gateway site with links to a variety of resources in the field of social psychology. Includes links to sites on specific social psychology topics, graduate programs, organizations, professional journals, teaching resources and more.”