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Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy
A leading center for research, education and service for 35 years.
Alfred Adler Institute of San Francisco
American Psychological Association's PsychNET
The APA' official pages.
American Psychological Society
American Psychological Society (APS) offers articles from publications of the APS, as well as information about membership, teaching psychology, doing research, job support services, publishers, and links to psychology software archives.
Antiquarian Psychology Books
Are you looking for old, out-of-print psychology books? Try this page run by the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America. It allows searching of antiquarian booksellers by specialty. This site also points to several searchable databases of antiquarian books.
Behavior OnLine aspires to be the premier World Wide Web gathering place for mental health professionals and applied behavioral scientists -- a place where professionals of every discipline can feel at home.
Cape Cod Institute
Offering a summer-long series of in-depth continuing education courses for mental health professionals and applied behavioral scientists since 1980.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Job listings for psychology instructors at community colleges or smaller universities/colleges http://chronicle.merit.edu/.index.html Chronicle of Higher Education's listings, which are updated weekly.
Clinical Psychology Resources
Links to WWW pages concerning Clinical Psychology
Columbia University, Psychology homepage
Conferences in Psychology
Index of Psychological Conferences
Contingencies R Us
Personal home page of Paul Brandon. Contains descriptions of my courses and some HyperCard stacks, as well as links to other behavioral sites.
Richard J. Corelli's Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Page
Click on one of the "Special Interests" and you will find a list of books and brochures that can be ordered.
General Psychology materials, the beginnings of an on-line course, and materials for a research methods course.
CTI Centre for Psychology News
Includes dozens of links to psychology resources, departments, and software that can be downloaded.
Dewey J. Bayer (email@example.com) has material for the experimental course at his homepage. Though it was developed mostly for his students, there are several links to material of interest to those using the internet for research -- both students and faculty.
Division 2 (Teaching), American Psychological Association
List of officers, fellows, members, associates, and upcoming teaching conferences. Other Internet resources in psychology are also available. Members may register their directory information to create a searchable database of members. Future plans call for linking the server with Project Syllabus so that actual syllabi for courses in psychology will be available for downloading.
Dr. Bob's Home Page
A collection of links and valuable information, including the home of the Psychopharmacology Tips page, a collection of psychiatric medication observations from a popular psychopharmacology mailing list.
People from all over the web post and then graduate students in the counseling department look at the dreams and post possible translations to the dreams that are sent. There is also a section on technique and theory. An archive section is set up and we would be willing to collect dreams regarding teaching there if any of you are interested in posting them. It would be interesting - don't you think? Also, I am looking for individuals interested in dream analysis to respond to dreams sent in from all over the world. If interested e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dual Diagnosis Website
Mental Illness plus Drug Addiction and/or Alcoholism. Includes complete articles and chapters to download; the development of a national directory of dual diagnosis treatment programs; up-coming events; resource materials and services for training and program development; the option to join a new professional dual diagnosis listserv; a bulletin board for resources; a live chat room; links to other sites, and a search engine.
An International, Interdisciplinary Journal of Complex Mental Processes.
A short test of emotional intelligence available on the web for you or your students. It was evidently developed by Goleman to accompany an article he wrote on the topic, but it has not been validated or psychometrically evaluated in any way. It does, however, give you some idea of what he means by EQ and how it might show up in real life situations. It is only 10 items long and can be taken and scored interactively.
Emotional Support on The Internet
Steve Harris maintains a list of over 200 (mainly) self-help groups on the Internet. http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/support/emotional/resources-list/faq.html
Emotional Trauma Info Pages
David Baldwin's site focuses primarily on emotional trauma and traumatic stress, including PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder), whether following individual traumatic experience(s) or a large-scale disaster. New information is added once or twice a month.
European Psychological Institutes
Pointers to academic Psychological Institutes in Europe.
Experimental Psychology Resources
Links to WWW pages concerning Experimental and Cognitive Psychology.
Marc Fonda's Home Page
Includes Freud, James Hillman, and William James resources, and additional links. http://www.phoenix.ca/sie/marc/mfonda.html
Hooper's web site is devoted to information about psychiatry and the law.
Rick Froman's Home Page
General Psychology Course via the WEB
Susan Shapiro, at Indiana University East, offers a General Psychology course on the WWW. There are exercises and experiments for each lesson as well as supplemental text material. You really have to see this one. Your students could probably learn a little extra psychology by studying along with Suzi's students.
The Gleitman Textbook Site
Ian Pitchford has initiated an impressive web site to serve those interested in cognition, behaviour, health and education. Of particular immediate interest is the Software Repository which enables you to easily download a nice selection of files and software. Don't let the fact that it is listed as "Psychiatry Software" throw you. If he accomplishes only a fraction of his stated goals, this is going to be one outstanding web site.
United States: http://rdz.stjohns.edu/gp/index.html
The GoodBook Reading List
Tony Morris has a 300-item annotated bibliography of good popular books in psychology that can be used for outside reading assignments (or for your own personal reading list next summer).
(You can download an ASCII version of the file using a Web browser if you use the URL: http:/www.umich.edu/~tmorris/goodbook.bin
Most Web browsers don't have a viewer app for the extension .bin and so they will ask what you want to do; one option is to save the file to your disk. Choose that option and the browser will then download the file to the directory/folder you've chosen.)
Good Health Web
Contains an online government database of over 1,000 health organizations throughout the U.S.
Hanover College Psychology Page
Includes links to tutorials in psychology, software archives, electronic journals, information for students, and other psychology resources, as well as serving as a home for the APS home page.
Vincent Hevern's Homepage
History of Psychology
Interested in the history of psychology? You might want to visit a web page linked to selections from the APA Historical Database. It provides a calendar of events in the history of psychology for each day of the year. See what happened today, on your birthday, or on some other meaningful day.
David Likely's courses web pages.
Hunter College Psychology Department
Institute for Academic Technology
Are you wanting to put technology to use? This might be a page you will want to check occasionally. The IAT is a national institute working to place higher education at the forefront of academic technology development and implementation. A partnership between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and IBM Corporation, the IAT strives to facilitate widespread use of effective and affordable technologies in higher education.
Internet Mental Health Resources
Herb Stockley's Internet Mental Health Resources is a Web page with links to Mental Health Links on the Internet. It was started in 1995 for presentation at the Minnesota Children's Mental Health Conference to demonstrate how to use the Internet for obtaining mental health information. It resides on the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul) Freenet. There is a companion page of search tools to help find anything not listed on the page.
InterPsych: The Internet Mental Health Organization
The complete list of InterPsych e-mail forums, and information on how to subscribe.
Leon James's Courses Page
Three courses in Psychology that are Internet integrated. You can see a course description at http://www.soc.hawaii.edu/club/leonj/leonpsy3/announce.html
For more details check out the INET'95 article on the course:
Journal of Behavioral Analysis and Therapy (jBAT)
Information concerning the first peer-reviewed, fully graphical, Internet journal of behavior analysis and therapy which is related to the BEHAV-AN list.
Library of Congress
The Live Artificial Life Page
Mental Health Links and Info
Leonard Holmes is a psychologist in Newport News, Virginia who also offers consultation over the net. Information on Systems Theory and Cognitive Behavioral Approaches to Mental Health, and links to many different Mental Health Resources. Search Utilities are available on the page to allow users to search multiple internet databases. Individual consultation is available.
Mental Health Net
Seeking to be the largest and most comprehensive site of its kind, Mental Health Net is leading the field in pioneering initiatives, such as placing self-help real-world resources on-line, this Partnership, and future continuing education courses for professionals, in cooperation with other leading professionals sites.
Milton's InterPsych Page
Milton Huang has assembled all the information you might want about InterPsych and the many InterPsych forums at one site.
Missouri Western State College
"Monty Hall" 3-Door Problem
A good demonstration of the limits of intuition for classes or individual students.
The National Mental Health Association
Tor Neiland's Psychology Pages
A collection of several psychology projects, including an on-line dissertation and a smaller study (topic: Social Psychology, basic research). Various brief missives on the topic of critical psychology.
NYU Department of Psychology
Offering the first Online Depression Screening Test (ODST), Interactive Testing in Psychiatry (ITP) and many other psychiatric resources.
Oklahoma Psychological Society
Construction is continuing. Currently includes a history and mission statement of OPA, as well as a listing of the student competition winners of the recent 1996 Spring Research Conference. Planned future additions include directories of psychology departments, faculty, students and student organizations in Oklahoma.
PIRL (Psychology Internet Resource Guide)
Overwhelmed by requests for his Psychology Internet Resource List (PIRL) via email, David Mahony has found a web site for it on Warren Bush's Psychology Cyber-Synapse page.
John Grohol has assembled FAQs, mental disorder symptom lists, articles and professional papers, lists of web pages and mailing lists, and provides the latest InterPsych Newsletter.
The PSYCHGRAD Project
A vehicle for graduate students in psychology to communicate ideas, share information about conferences worldwide, and to publish scientific papers in its own journal. Psychology Graduate Students' Project WWW page collection. Founder: Matthew Simpson. Webmaster: Tor Neilands
Psychiatry On Line
Includes links to other psychology WWW sites, as well as the electronic journal The International Journal of Psychiatry.
The official pages of APA.
PsychNews International is an independent electronic publication distributed to professionals, students, and others interested in issues related to the mental health profession. PsychNews, formerly titled the InterPsych Newsletter (IPN) and associated with the organization InterPsych.
Psychologists E-Mail Assistant
If you are looking for the address of psychologist who is a member of APA, try looking here. Non-members are also listed in many cases because Ron Wood, the owner of this web site, often checks the lists of subscribers to psychology-oriented discussion lists.
Warren Bush's famous page.
Psychology Information and Resourses on the Internet and WWW
A comprehensive Internet database on psychology resources maintained by Dr. Joseph J. Plaud.
Psychology of Religion
Mike Nielsen has added to Russ Dewey's already great PsychWeb site.
Psychology Online Documents
Index of Psychological Articles that are available electronically.
Psychosynthesis Home Page
Psychosynthesis is an approach to human development which is both a theory and practice where the focus is to achieve a synthesis, a coming together, of the various parts of an individual's personality into a more cohesive self. That person can then function in a way that is more life-affirming and authentic. Another major aspect of psychosynthesis is its affirmation of the spiritual dimension of the person, i.e. the "higher" or "transpersonal" self. The higher self is seen as a source of wisdom, inspiration, unconditional love, and the will to meaning in our lives.
PsychScapes WorldWide, Inc.
PsychScapes WorldWide provides a resource for locating professional continuing education and personal growth workshops internationally, therapists across the country, available speakers and trainers in the mental health field, products and services of interest to mental health professionals and consumers, and employment ads/resumes. It also offers the chance to list your professional information.
Information for both faculty and students. Lots on careers, APA report writing, links to other resources, etc. One of the early and best web sites, by Russ Dewey, this is a classic.
Pursuing Psych & Drugs and Individual Behavior
Linda Walsh, University of Northern Iowa, (email@example.com) has two sites of interest. Her new home page includes links to Sites to Promote Academic Success, job-hunt related sites, grad school related sites, psychology resources, and counseling resources.
Drugs includes links to the FDA, DEA, a Pharminfo database for prescription drug info, and the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol.
Radical Psychology Network
The Network seeks like-minded psychologists and others to help create a society better able to meet human needs and bring about social justice.
Ralston's General Experimental Materials
Notes, transparencies, lab excercises, background readings, etc. You are requested to please not make copies of the transparencies, as it may violate the fair use provisions of the copyright code.
Resources for Teachers
Steve Jones offers a collection of Internet/Web resources for the Teachers Of Psychology in the Secondary Schools (TOPSS) home page.
The Society for Computers in Psychology (SCiP) is developing a WWW home page that is intended to be THE gateway for academic psychologists into the web. The effort is just getting started and so what you'll find so far is not much but a promise, along with a call for papers for the November conference and a few other things. But, as they say, WATCH THIS SPACE. New items are being added as we speak.
Self-Help and Psychology Magazine
A leading popular online magazine devoted to helping you help yourself, with articles in numerous topic areas; Self-help Book Reviews, Movie Reviews and Software Reviews for parents; Questions & Answers written by Professionals; an Interactive Corner for your participation; Cartoons for your enjoyment; Links, Lists, and Newsgroups spanning mental-health sites across the globe; Professional information and services, and much more.
The Silvan Tomkins Institute
Affect Theory: a scientifically grounded base for cognitive, interpersonal, and somatic interventions.
Social Development Research Group Home Page
Karl Hill (firstname.lastname@example.org) has assembled a page that provides information about the general work and theory of the SDRG, and the specific research and programs administered by that group. You can also look over and request recent publications.
The Society of Behavioral Medicine
Stress-related and Anxiety Disorders
Resources related to stress-related disorders and anxiety disorders.
Craig Summers' Home Page
Craig Summers operates a web site devoted to cognitive psychology, applied social psychology and applied ethics. You will find on-screen movies, cartoon animation, teaching activities, and research resources such as the full text of articles, and links to related sites. There is also free HyperCard software for simulating tragedies of the commons or social-temporal dilemmas.
Information and news, and 24 Mb of files on the advantages of small schools, group dynamics, teaching and learning over the Internet. The papers are on /document and /synergy/NEW after you open the URL.
http://emporium.turnpike.net/~pflaump or http://metro.turnpike.net/~pflaump
Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare Home Page
A non-profit human services agency that has been providing alcoholism treatment and other behavioral healthcare services in Central New York for over 35 years.
Trauma Info Pages
The Trauma Information Pages site concentrates on emotional trauma, including Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and disaster mental health response, whether following individual traumatic experience(s) or a large scale natural disaster. The primary target audience is clinicians, researchers, and students interested in traumatic-stress, but information and supportive links are provided for trauma survivors (and friends) as well.
The University of Bologna, Italy, Department of Psychology
Psychology in Italy (Associations, Institutes, Departments, Libraries, Conferences etc.), Dictionaries, Handbooks, Bibliographies, etc.
The University of California at San Diego Psychology Department
Contains a large list of psych-related Web servers and information about the research interests of UCSD psychology faculty.
The University of Sussex
On occasion, includes job openings for psychology faculty.
University of Utah, Psychology Courses
Several psychology courses that use the web pretty intensively.
University of Western Australia, Department of Psychology
UWA Psychology Info, Internet Access Utilities, Special Internet/Intranet Resources at this Site, Internal User Notes, Site Announcements, Search Engine.
University of Winnipeg Psychology Homepage
Methods, Statistics, Social, and Thesis class material, and some material on teaching. Also included is a link to the ETS on-line resource for searching for psychological measures. (Follow the Research Tools, Measurement links to the ETS link.)
Email locators and more.
The Virtual Faculty
Andrew Lock's The Virtual Faculty site includes two participatory projects you in which might be interested. One is devoted to the social construction of emotionality, which can be accessed directly at: http://www.massey.ac.nz/~ALock/virtual/project1.htm
The second is a celebration of the Russian psychologist Vygotsky's Centennial, which can be accessed directly at: http://www.massey.ac.nz/~ALock/virtual/colevyg.htm
In addition, if you are interested in reviews of the phylogeny and ontogeny of symbolic abilities you might also want to look at: http://www.massey.ac.nz/~ALock/hbook/frontis.htm
Wayne State University Psychology Home Page
This is the Psychology Dept. Home Page at WSU. At the moment, our page is has just come up and is a bare bones operation. Future developments will consist of links to our faculty home pages and links to web pages related to psychology courses at WSU.
The Whole Brain Atlas
Graphics of SPECT, MRI, etc. scans of the brain, both healthy and diseased.
Ken Wildman's Courses Page
This "courses" page includes a number of good web sites for neuroanatomy, especially in the physiological psych course portion.
Wisconsin Primate Center
The Wounded Healer
Points of departure for psychotherapists and other survivors of abuse. Some of the features currently offered at TWH are a live chat room, a professional networking forum for mental health professionals, and a bulletin board system.
Yahoo at Stanford U.
Search for psychology material under Social Science.
Robert Maxwell Young's Home Page
Psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and matters of related interest, as well as history, philosophy and social studies of science, technology & medicine.
Bill Zachry's General Psychology Course
A Web-based Honors General Psychology course. Includes suggestive comments by students.