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Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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PsycPORT newsfeed

Newsfeed of recent psychology in the news, from the APA's PsycPORT. Although these blog posts are not "scholarly" resources, they are a good way to keep uo with recent developments and issues in psychology.

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Web Sites on Psychology

  • American Psychological Association
    The home page of the APA is rich with informative essays and informal articles on a wide variety of psychology issues. Some are written for patents and the general public, while others are aimed at psychologists and psych students.
  • BrainWeb (from The Dana Foundation)
    The BrainWeb and Brain Information (BWBI) is a niche resource that offers excellent information for the defined areas of coverage. It is not yet a comprehensive, in-depth resource for every kind of brain research and neurological disorder, but it provides sound information in the areas addressed and legitimate Web links to more obscure disorders. BWBI was created by the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives, a nonprofit organization of more than 270 neuroscientists.
  • Careers in Psychology
    Information from the APA on what psychology is, what psychologists do, the job outlook, the sub-fields of psychology, and resources for students interested in career development toward becoming a psychologist.
  • National Institute of Mental Health
    The NIMH is the U. S. government institute that collects, funds, and reports mental health and behavioral research of all sorts. You can find a variety of statistical data there, as well as other research and consumer information.

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