- AmoebaWeb–VUSC Psychology Department Professor Doug Degelman’s Links to Internet Resources
- American Psychological Association’s PsychNet
- American Psychological Society
- Current Topics in Psychology
Links on a variety of mental health topics, such as eating disorders and suicide.
- PsychWatch Newsletter
An excellent resource for current issues in psychology.
- Clinical Psychology Links
Links to a variety of problems, including addictions, depression and suicide, eating disorders, panic, anxiety, stress and trauma, schizophrenia, sexual abuse, sleep disorders.
- Internet Mental Health
Compiled by a Canadian psychiatrist, so this site is definitely medicine-oriented. Extensive list of links of a variety of disorders. Includes a “disorder” encyclopedia with descriptions, treatment, research, and extensive information on drugs.
- Mental Help Net
- Psych Central: Dr. John Grohol’s Mental Health Page
Compiled by a psychologist. Extensive, well-annotated list of links to sites dealing with abuse, addictions, anxiety, depression, etc. Also has links to associations and other resources.
- Mental Health Links
- National Mental Illness Screening Project
Nonprofit organization that coordinates mental health screening programs. Extensive links for alcoholism, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders.
- MIT Encyclopedia of Cognitive Sciences
Includes 417 scholarly articles on psychology, philosophy, linguistics and language, cognition, etc. Must register for first-time use.
- Attention Deficit Disorder Archive
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders (CH.A.D.D.)
- One A.D.D. Place
These four sites are excellent resources for information on ADD and LD.
- Child Development Website
Month-by-month looks at development, including overviews of Erikson, Freud, and Mahler’s theories. Provides other child development links also.
- Children and Developmental Guidelines
- European Society for Developmental Psychology: WWW Resources
Wide variety of links, though most are not annotated.
- School Psychology Resources Online
Information on learning disabilities, gifted, autism, etc. Geared toward parents and teachers, but valuable for undergraduates also.
- Social Psychology Network: Developmental Psychology Links
This site at Wesleyan U is a good place to start any psychology research. Contains extensive links under the topics of Children’s Issues, Infancy and Childhood, Developmental Disabilities, Beyond Childhood, etc.
Research and Writing
- Psychology with Style: a hypertext guide to writing research reports for students and instructors of experimental and research methods courses.
- Social Psychology Network
Maintained at Wesleyan U, this is an excellent and comprehensive list of links arranged by subject. Probably the best social psychology site on the WWW. Links are not annotated, but this is a good place to begin research. Also has “Social Psychology Sites of the Week.”
- Sociological Social Psychology
The author created this site as a companion piece to a text he co-authored. Explains social psychology from the perspective of a “sociologically-inclined” social psychologist.
- Tom Farside’s Home page
Farside is a lecturer in social psychology at the U of Sussex. Good list of links, with annotations.
- National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder