A collection of links to psychology journals provided by the American Psychological Asssociation.
AllPsych: "Provides psychology related material to help improve factual knowledge, inspire thoughtful discussion, and facilitate a unique understanding of the psychological theories, applications, and needs for research."
AmoebaWeb: This site provides a large number of links to psychology content (including full-text articles) freely available on the Web. AmoebaWeb is maintained by Douglas Degelman, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Vanguard University of Southern California.
Maternal and Child Health Library: "The MCH Library at Georgetown University provides accurate and timely information including the weekly newsletter MCH Alert, resource guides, full text publications, databases, and links to quality MCH sites."
Neuropsychology Central: This site is devoted exclusively to the study of neuropsychology with primary emphasis on brain and behavior, and various other topics in the neurosciences.
Neuroscience Information Framework: "A dynamic inventory of Web-based neuroscience resources: data, materials, and tools accessible via any computer connected to the Internet. An initiative of the NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research, NIF advances neuroscience research by enabling discovery and access to public research data and tools worldwide through an open source, networked environment. "
New York Psychoanalytic Institute & Society: "This collection of links points to Internet resources related to Sigmund Freud and his works. Included in this collection are libraries, museums, and biographical materials, as well as materials in the Brill Library Archives."
On The Brain: Full text access to the Harvard Mahoney Neuroscience Newsletter published by the Harvard Medical School. Coverage starts in Summer of 1994 and ends in Winter of 2002.
PsycARTICLES: "APA's Online Full-Text Journal Article Database. Use this seach engine to locate articles published in major psychology journals.
PsychNET: "PsycNET is a product of the American Psychological Association created to provide quick access to quality content in the field of psychology. New users can use the browse link without a login account.
PsychScholar: "A collection of web resources for psychological scholars and budding psychological scholars compiled by John H. Krantz, Ph.D." "This site has recieved the Psychological Science.net Award for outstanding contribution to psychology on the Internet, 2/7/2000."
SenseLab: "The SenseLab Project is a long term effort to build integrated, multidisciplinary models of neurons and neural systems, using the olfactory pathway as a model. The project involves novel informatics approaches to constructing databases and database tools for collecting and analyzing neuroscience information, and providing for efficient interoperability with other neuroscience databases."
Whole Brain Atlas: This atlas created Keith A. Johnson M.D. and J. Alex Becker, Ph.D. of Harvard medical school, provide neuroimaging for the normal brain, cerebrovascular disease, neoplastic disease, degenerative disease, and inflammatory or infectious disease.
American Psychological Association: "Based in Washington, DC, the American Psychological Association (APA) is a scientific and professional organization that represents psychology in the United States. With 148,000 members, APA is the largest association of psychologists worldwide." Use this site to search for specific psychology topics.
Autism Spectrum Disorder: Accurate and timely information about public health and Autism Spectrum Disorders. This page is provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under the direction of the Department of Health and Human Services.
BrainConnection: The Brain and Learning: "An online source of information about the brain and learning for educators, parents, students and teachers."
BrainMaps: This site is an interactive multiresolution next-generation brain atlas that is based on over 20 million megapixels of sub-micron resolution, annotated, scanned images of serial sections of both primate and non-primate brains and is integrated with a high-speed database for querying and retrieving data about brain structure and function. Created and maintained by Principal Investigator Edward G. Jones and the Brainmaps Team (Ade Adowe, Kate Brown, Maly Bun, Megan Cleary, Matt Countryman, Xinran Cui, Fred Gorin, Alessandro Graziano, Brendan Hunt, Larry Lau, Albert Lim, Robert Linehan, Xiaobo Liu, Parisa Mehran, Shawn Mikula, Karl Murray, Phong Nguyen, Barbara Rubino, James Stone, Issac Trotts, Long Votran, Shang Wei, Jennifer Wright) at the UC Regents, Davis campus.
California Department of Education Child Development Division: Child development resources including the following categories: annual CDD conference, program descriptions, desired results, CalWORKs, state plan, Head Start, Pre-K learning and development and guidelines.
Center for Mind and Brain: To discover the latest research go to this website provided by UC Davis. Meet the faculty and participants in the latest studies in the mysteries of the human mind from infant to adult behavior.
C. G. Jung Page: This page is "dedicated to exploring questions of meaning which engage the individual as well as the varied cultures in which they live. This conversation is greatly enlarged by the contributions of C. G. Jung, (1875-1961) and the rich permutations of analytical psychology which continue to develop. Here you will find original essays, reprinted articles, reviews of books and films, research tools, a lexicon of terms, and works of creativity." Maintained by Webmaster Sean Fitzpatrick of the Jung Center.
ChildTrauma Academy: "The ChildTrauma Academy (CTA) works to create unique partnerships with corporate, public and other private organizations. Over the years, The ChildTrauma Academy has developed a unique insight and skill set that helps create and sustain successful partnerships and projects. Two primary activities of The ChildTrauma Academy are program consultation and development and education and training."
Developmental Psychology: A selection of Developmental Psychology textbooks published by McGraw-Hill plus valuable resource links for both students and instructors alike. Use the links provided to find some good developmental psychology sites on the web.
Discovering Psychology: Companion website to the video series and telecourse with Philip G. Zimbardo, Ph.D. "The 26 video programs review the history of the field, including the work of early and contemporary theorists, practitioners, and researchers, illustrating their work with footage of classic experiments and modern studies. They tell the story of psychology through demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations, current research, documentary footage, and computer animation all based on extensive investigation and superior scholarship."
Diseases of the Mind: "The History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine at the NIH collects, preserves, interprets, and presents materials documenting the history of medicine, biomedical science, health and disease in all time periods and cultures, providing access to manuscripts, books, photographs, films and other historical resources."
Encyclopedia of Psychology: "The Encyclopedia of Psychology is intended to facilitate browsing in any area of psychology. There are two paths envisioned for this purpose: Original information generated by respected researchers and practitioners in various fields of psychology. A hierarchical database of links to websites providing information about scientific psychology."
Enpsychlopedia: This site offers a searchable interface to Psych Central, as well as about a dozen other mental health and psychology websites, offering a subject-specific guide to 40,000 psychology and mental health resources online.
Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals: A full text electronic version of Charles Darwin's entire book, "Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals".
Foundation for Child Development: "The Foundation for Child Development (FCD) is a national, private philanthropy dedicated to the principle that all families should have the social and material resources to raise their children to be healthy, educated and productive members of their communities."
Grey Matters: "Grey Matters is an educational series that seeks to enhance public awareness of recent developments in brain research. Topics include stem cells, brain development, perception, addiction and sleep."
Ibiblio: "Home to one of the largest "collections of collections" on the Internet, ibiblio.org is a conservancy of freely available information, including software, music, literature, art, history, science, politics, and cultural studies. ibiblio.org is a collaboration of the Center for the Public Domain and The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill."
Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience: "Salk Institute's Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience (LCN) is dedicated to the study of the neural and genetic underpinnings of language and cognition. Our approach brings together experts in diverse fields to study these complex issues. The LCN organizes its resources into two research foci: Linking Gene, Brain, and Cognition, and Language, Modality and the Brain."
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development: "Established by congress in 1962, conducts and supports research on topics related to the health of children, adults, families, and populations."
National Institute for Early Education Research: "NIEER conducts and communicates research to support high-quality, effective early childhood education for all young children. Such education enhances their physical, cognitive, and social development, and subsequent success in school and later life. The Institute offers independent, research-based advice and technical assistance to policymakers, journalists, researchers, and educators."
Organization For Autism Research: "The OAR was created in December 2001 as the product of the shared vision and unique life experiences of OAR’s seven founders. Led by these parents and grandparents of children and adults on the autism spectrum, OAR set out to use applied science to answer questions that parents, families, individuals with autism, teachers and caregivers confront daily."
Personality- Temperament: Use this online personality questionnaire developed by Stephen Montgomery and David Keirsey, author of Please Understand Me II, available in the library.
National Center for PTSD: "An electronic index to the worldwide literature on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental-health consequences of exposure to traumatic events. It is produced by the National Center for PTSD, and is electronically available to the public. This site is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs."
Research and Documentation Online: Online version of "Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age" by Diana Hacker. It contains research guides to Humanities, Social Sciences, History, and Sciences.
Sigmund Freud: Conflict & Culture: "This exhibit features vintage photographs, prints, manuscripts and first editions. Also displayed are home movies of Freud and objects from his study and consulting room--including materials from his desk, the chair in which he sat when listening to patients, a model of his consulting couch, and pieces from his own collection of antiquities. Selected film and television clips, and materials from newspapers, magazines and comic books are interwoven throughout the exhibition to highlight the pervasive influence of psychoanalysis on popular culture. Exhibit items are drawn largely from the collections of the Library of Congress, supplemented with loans from other important holdings, especially those of the Sigmund Freud-Museum in Vienna, and the Freud Museum in London."
Somatic Experiencing Trama Institute: "Somatic Experiencing® is a body-awareness approach to trauma being taught throughout the world. It is the result of over forty years of observation, research, and hands-on development by Dr. Peter Levine. This is the primary website for the SE training, support of health professionals in Somatic Experiencing® and connecting trauma victims to the approximately 5,000 SE® Practitioners across the globe."
Teen Pregnancy: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy has provided resources for teens, parents, professionals, press, and policy makers as well as information regarding religion as it relates to teen/unwanted pregnancy. The site offers information on preventing and dealing with teen/unwanted pregnancy.
U.C. Davis M.I.N.D. Institute:
"The M.I.N.D. Institute is an international, multidisciplinary research organization, committed to excellence, collaboration and hope, striving to understand the causes and develop better treatments and ultimately cures for neurodevelopmental disorders."