9: An Annotated List of Reference Websites
Psychology: Associations, Academic Departments, and Conferences
American Psychological Association
An multi-faceted site with information about numerous aspects of psychology.
Users can access information about the APA
Publication Manual and a psychological
glossary; read about ethical issues
and standards; access information and some full-text articles from APA
and learn about other psychological organizations at this site, including U.S.
and Canadian state and provincial psychological organizations. Provides
an overview of psychological study and teaching in the U.S. today. Some components
of the site are available to paid subscribers only.
American Psychological Society
Provides information about the Society and other scientifically-oriented psychological
organizations and academic departments worldwide. Includes the full text
of the Observer,
the monthly newsletter of the APS. Maintains a list of psychology-related
links to U.S. and international psychological societies and related organizations;
U.S. government agencies dealing with psychological issues; and information
about federal policies regarding psychological science research. Some components
of the site (such as full-text journal articles) are available to members
Congresses & Conferences in Psychology
Up-to-date chronological listing of psychology conferences world-wide. Maintained
by the International
Union of Psychological Science.
Maintained by a member of the psychology faculty at Hanover College, this directory
of resources for scholars and students of psychology includes a concise international
listing of psychological
societies on the Internet. The site also includes lists of psychology departments
at American and international universities, arranged alphabetically and
by geographic location;
and links to electronic
editions of psychology journals.