Psychology Links

A note on sources
Message to students



FAQ's (Frequently Answered Questions)

Psychology Newsgroups

Journals & Newsletters

Databases and Archives

Selected Organizations

Teaching Resources

History of Psychology

Intelligence Testing


Specific Psychologists and Perspectives


Databases on Psychological Disorders




Addiction and Drug Abuse

Online Support Groups

Most of the master psychology sites listed at the front of this list have links to newsgroups which are designed to be support groups. These groups are usually named, where the blank can be filled in with the names of various disorders.

Psychology and the Law

Political Psychology

Interesting Papers and Articles

Child Development and Health

Physiological Psychology

Psychology and Health

Psychology and Work



Special Topic Sites

Software and Shareware

Tips for Writing Papers in Psychology

Conducting Research in Psychology

Funding for Research and Study


The sites and descriptions on this page are culled from various sources, the primary ones being: Internet Companion for Abnormal Psychology, The Scout Report for Social Sciences, The American Psychological Association Monitor, and Network Science.

Note for students doing research

Students should remember and follow the guidelines regarding citation of sources on the Internet. This includes taking proper care about plagiarism.

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Last modified: 1 August, 2001. This page is updated on a continual basis. Please check frequently.