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Psychology Subject Guide

This page will introduce you to print and online resources for psychology research.

Internet Sites

American Psychological Association
PsychNET is the Internet service of the American Psychological Association which provides Internet resource materials for its members and interested parties. Timely information regarding conferences, and other media information is supplied, as well information regarding their PsycINFO database service. Also provides a Table of contents service to the association's journals.

Social Psychology Network
Social Psychology Network is the largest social psychology database on the Internet. In these pages, you'll find more than 11,000 links related to psychology.

Association for Psychological Science
This is the website of the Association for Psychological Science, the second largest psychological association.  The Association for Psychological Science caters to scientists rather than therapists (APA tends to be more oriented toward clinical psychologists.)

Neuroscience Gateway: Brain Atlas
The Neuroscience Gateway is "a comprehensive source for the latest research, news and events in neuroscience and genomics research developed collaboratively by the Allen Institute for Brain Science and Nature Publishing Group. The Allen Brain Atlas is a freely available scientific resource developed by the Allen Institute, which provides maps of the expression of approximately 20,000 genes in the mouse brain. Together, the Neuroscience Gateway and the Allen Brain Atlas are new tools to help researchers navigate neuroscience and genomics research."

Buros Institute of Mental Measurements
Provides information and instruction on how to use the Mental Measurements Yearbook series. Included is an index to the series, and up-to-date access to reviews of new tests and measurements.