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Psychology: Additional Internet Sites

Rod Library and UNI Internet Sites

Resources in Psychology

Classics in the History of Psychology (Christopher D. Green, York Univ.)

The History of Psychology
http://elvers.us/hop/welcome.asp
Indexes, by name and by birth decade, approximately 100 people who made significant contributions to psychology, beginning with Heraclitus (c.540-480 BCE).  The "Categories" section includes links to histories of American and European psychology departments, virtual museums of psychology, images, chronologies, and writings.  Created by Donald Polzella and Greg Elvers of the University of Dayton.

Dictionary of Cognitive Science (Dawson & Medler, Univ. of Alberta)

Diseases of the Mind: Highlights of American Psychiatry through 1900  (National Library of Medicine)
Concise overview of pre-20th century US psychiatry; sections include "Early Psychiatric Hospitals and Asylums."

The Encyclopedia of Psychology (produced by psychology.org)

Mental Help Net

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH Web Site)

The Personality Project (Northwestern University)

PsychCentral (John Gohol)

Psych Web (Russ Dewey, Georgia Southern Univ.)

RxList: The Internet Drug Index (Neil Sandow)

Social Psychology Network (Scott Plous, Wesleyan University)

Directories

www.psychology.org

Social Psychology Network   (https://www.socialpsychology.org/) (maintained by Scott Plous, Wesleyan University)

GMU's Online Resources for Developmental Psychology (George Mason Univ.)
Links to a wide variety of Websites for teaching and learning about human development.

Psychology Departments on the Web (through Psych Web)

Subject Guide