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American Psychological Association
The American Psychological Association is the largest scientific and professional organization of psychologists in the United States, with over 118,000 members including scientists, educators, clinicians, consultants, and students.
The Association of Black Psychologists
The Association of Black Psychologists is a professional association of African American psychologists founded in 1968 in San Francisco, with regional chapters throughout the United States. It publishes the Journal of Black Psychology. Its main offices are in Washington, D.C.
Society for Personality and Social Psychology
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology is an academic society for personality and social psychologists focused on promoting scientific research that explores how people think, behave and interact. It is the largest organization of social psychologists and personality psychologists in the world.
Society for Research in Child Development
The Society for Research in Child Development is a professional society for the field of developmental psychology, focusing specifically on child development.
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology is a professional organization that promotes the "science, practice, and teaching" of industrial and organizational psychology. SIOP is also known as Division 14 of the American Psychological Association.
National Association of School Psychologists
The National Association of School Psychologists is the major national professional organization for school psychologists in the United States. Its stated mission is to "represent and support school psychology through leadership to enhance the mental health and educational competence of all children."
Psychology resources online
National Institute of Mental Health
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the lead federal agency for research on mental disorders.
Psychology.org is the premier online source for information on psychology degrees and careers. Also, it presents a user-friendly, comprehensive resource for the psychology field's prospective students and jobseekers.
At Psych Central, we aren’t just passionate about mental health — we’re completely fascinated by it. As the experts staying up to date on the most recent insights that the industry has to offer, we sift through the science and provide you with only the most credible information validated by our medical review team. We use an evidence-based approach, while keeping in mind that clinical research is only one piece of the puzzle. Real people are at the heart of our content, and we’re here to listen and learn from your lived experiences to make your voices heard.
Social Psychology Network
Social Psychology Network contains thousands of links related to psychology and neuroscience. This page offers a directory of links organized by subfield. To begin exploring, simply click on a topic of interest.
AllPsych is one of the largest and most comprehensive psychology websites, referenced by hundreds of colleges and universities around the world.
85 great tech resources for psychology students
Psychology is one of the most sought-after majors at colleges throughout the United States. Some students pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology as a springboard to a career in professional Psychology, while others will move on to different areas of study and practice.
The goal of this guide is to outline the best technological “must haves” for students of psychology and to highlight some of the most cutting edge technology to help students succeed academically, socially and professionally. While some resources will be more relevant for students at the undergraduate or graduate level, all students will find these tools an important part of the academic process.
Online research guide for pyschology
Though online research offers many benefits, students may encounter significant drawbacks. Academic journals and books go through editing and review to vet the contents for reliability and accuracy; however, anyone can post something on the internet. As a result, researchers must learn how to discern a credible source from a non-credible one. Additionally, the wealth of information available online can make students feel overwhelmed about where to start.
The research methods in this psychology study guide can help students learn how to conduct online research. The guide includes information on search tools, strategies, and accuracy.
Tips for searching on the web
You've heard people say that everything is available on the web. Although it may seem like that is true, there are many things that are not available, so it is still very useful to know how to use a library and its resources, as well as how to search databases, which are on line, but not on the web.
When you're searching on the web, pay attention to the following in order to determine the credibility and value of the site.
1) Is it .com, .edu, .gov, .mil, .net or .org? This can give you a clue as to the origin of the page.
2) Is an author or institution identified and is there contact information?
3) Are the credentials of the author given?
4) Is the information objective or biased? Is it an advertisement in disguise?
5) Is the information current? Is the page updated regularly? Do the links work?
6) Is all the information provided, or do links take you to places where there is a fee or a need for additional software?
By being a cautious and knowledgeable consumer of information, you can find valuable information on the web!
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