Psychology

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Homepage for the AACAP with a publications catalog, the AACAP's

Facts For Families
A series of fact sheets describing common adolescent and teen mental health problems, and a well-organized list of WWW resources.

American Psychological Association
Homepage for the APA with a directory of Internet sites, information on the Association and its conventions and conferences, plus recent editions of the APA Monitor and other resources.

Buros Institute of Mental Measurements
Homepage for the producers of the Mental Measurements Yearbook and the Tests in Print series. Provides a searchable index to tests, test reviews, and test publishers. Includes news, articles, Internet site links and e-mail links.

FreudNet
Resources on Freud compiled by the New York Psychoanalytic Institute. Includes descriptions of resources available at the Institute as well as links to Internet resources on Freud.

International Classification of Diseases
The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is the classification used to code and classify mortality data from death certificates.

Internet Mental Health
A free encyclopedia and magazine covering disorders, medications, and diagnosis. Developed by Phillip Long, M.D. a Canadian psychiatrist as a means of sharing knowledge and treatment practices with other countries.

Psychology with Style: a Hypertext Writing Guide
Guidelines for writing professional-quality research reports. Discusses expectations for all components of the research paper as well as basic American Psychological Association style. Written and maintained by Dr. Mark Plonsky, a psychology professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

Psycoloquy
Refereed, international e-journal sponsored by the APA and covering psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, behavioral biology, artifical intelligence, robotics, linguistics, and philosophy. Archived online.

Social Psychology Network
A collection of thousands of links to social psychology webpages.  Browse by topic or search by keyword.  Includes information on post-graduate education and careers in social psychology.  Hosted by Wesleyan University.

Tests and measures in the social sciences
A comprehensive list of examples social science tests and measures found in over eighty reference sources, including tests of self confidence, self esteem, self sufficiency, etc. Examples include studies with tools for assessing alcohol abuse, eating disorders, marital satisfaction, and other topics.

Test Locator (ETS)
Searchable database of tests with descriptions and information on how to obtain the test.


Update:
4/21/09