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  • "The REVISED Online Psychology Dictionary currently defines nearly 400 terms, over 150 recently added."
  • Provides either a 16-page PDF version or a hyperlinked version of the APA Ethical Principles document.
  • The American Psychological Association (APA) offers information on finding help with life's problems.
  • Links to psychology resources.
  • This site provides a "comprehensive guide to the field of community psychology, prevention, intervention, and action research."
  • Directory of links divided into categories.
  • Provides links to online glossaries and dictionaries of psychology terminology.
  • A collection of self-archive papers.
  • "This pamphlet was created by the American Psychological Association (APA) Science Directorate to help students and non-psychologists find relevant research on psychological topics of interest. This ranges from newspaper articles on current topics to detailed articles found in scientific journals. It is intended to provide a head start in finding where psychological research is published, how it is indexed, and where to go in the library to find different resources."
  • A comprehensive and up-to-date index of psychology and social science journals on the web.
  • "Professionally-reviewed support groups, articles, Websites and more, organized by topic."
  • This "online cognitive and social psychology laboratory site. . .consists of a set of interactive experiments, a cumulative data archive, download utilities for both data and experiment source code, downloadable Excel macros for analyzing data from the experiments, and support materials for those who want to use and/or develop experiments at the site."
  • "Psychology Information Online provides information for Consumers, Psychologists, and Students.The National Directory of Psychologists will help you locate a local psychologist. Our Self-Help Psychology Bookstore will help you locate books about psychological topics Students and Professionals like our Continuing Education and Graduate Training Programs, Mental Health Professionals use our Resource Listings (Books and Supplies) and Job Listings."
  • Links to online resources divided by subject category.
  • The Psychology Virtual Library keeps track of online information as part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library.
  • A comprehensive and up-to-date index of psychology and social science journals on the web.
  • Examines approaches to psychology and research methods.
  • The Social Science Information Gateway "provides access to psychology resources on the Internet. Each resource has been evaluated and categorised using the APA PsycINFO coding scheme. The main focus of coverage in SOSIG is on areas of psychology relevant to the social sciences."
  • Guide to bibliographies, pathfinders, and subject guides.

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