Psychology 321 Library Resources: Internet Resources

 The range of information on World Wide Web (WWW) is enormous. However, just because something comes packaged in a high tech format, doesn't mean it's well researched or accurate.

  • American Psychological Association - The home page of the APA with links to useful resources.
  • Psychology Home Page at CSUN - Course listings, names of professors and their interests.
  • Classics in the History of Psychology - A full-text collection of "historically significant public domain documents from the scholarly literature of psychology and allied disciplines." Search by keyword or browse by author or topic.
  • Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences - An association of scientific societies with interests in basic research on problems of behavior, psychology, language, education, knowledge systems and their psychological, behavioral, and physiological bases.
  • ETS Test Collection - "World's Largest Test Collection Database"
  • PsychologyVirtual Library - Find journals, publishers, news groups and online libraries organized by subtopic.
  • Internet Mental Health - The categories include disorders, diagnoses and medications. Learn about some side effects of drugs and symptoms of disorders.
  • Current Topics in Psychology - A directory with a quick reference collection of articles, Web sites, and research tools.
  • AllPsych Online: The Virtual Psychology Classroom - One of the largest and most comprehensive psychology websites on the Internet.