|Psychologists on the Web
Home pages of psychologists on the web. Worth taking a look
at because many of them include information about the areas of research
they are interested in and links to sites of interest to them. Also,
you can see some of the things that can be included in a "professional's"
Last updated: Shortly after the flood
(If your page is not listed, please email
me so you can be added.
A one-line description would be appreciated.)
Denmam (NYC Shrink)'s Humble Abode
Dewey — Not really his home page, but one of the greats.
Sue Frantz — Listing
of TIPS members' URLs, email addresses, and institution URLs.
Richard L. Froman
Home Page — Try his positive reinforcement tutorial.
W. Hevern, SJ — PsychREF and PsychSTAC
Hsiung (Dr. Bob)'s Home Page — Check out his Virtual En-psych-lopedia
Michael Jordan's Frawg Pond
— Psych humor
— He has some nifty games, tutorials and humor you'll find interesting.
Donna Stuber McEwen — Psychology
Online Resource Central offers tons of online sources for psychology students
and their professors.
— Dr. Mruk's self-esteem pages include an annotated bibliography of professional
books and articles on self-esteem, self-esteem assessment and enhancement
resources for mental health professionals, and a public forum for the discussion
Newcomb's Home Page — Some very interesting work by his students.
W. Nichols — Your MegaPsych host
J. Plaud — jBAT and more.
Plonsky (Dr. P)'s Place — Dog training, and more
Mike Scoles — good,
Shahriari (Dr. X)
Suler — The Psychology of Cyberspace and Clinical Psychology.
Ken Wildman — Newfs and the Ultra Van.
Zachry — Take a look at the work his students are doing.