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American Psychological Association
This site includes information on one of the leading psychology associations. Resources include a glossary, articles, and current information on psychology topics. See the site's PsycCareers - APA's Career Center for information on education and careers in psychology.
APA Formatting & Style Guide
Provides information on using correct APA style rules in writing papers and citations.
National Institute of Mental Health
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on the understanding, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders and the promotion of mental health. This page links to articles, research, and statistics. For links to other governmental health websites, visit Health.Gov
The purpose of this site is to describe the importance of neuropsychology as a science of brain and behavior; increase public knowledge of neuropsychology as a branch of practical medicine; to indicate the contribution which neuropsychology is making to the neurosciences; and to act as a resource for the professional and layperson.
Social Psychology Network
Maintained by a faculty member at Wesleyan University, The Social Psychology Network is a comprehensive web site pertaining to psychological research and teaching. Included are explanations of concepts and experiments in social and experimental psychology, a directory of doctoral programs, a psychology career center, interactive forums, and a feed of psychology headlines around the world.
Society for Personality and Social Psychology
The goals of the Society are to further the generation and dissemination of research in personality and social psychology. This is accomplished through our journals, our annual conference, and close consultations with science advocacy offices in the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science.