American Psychological Association's Help Center: A consumer resource featuring information related to psychological issues affecting your daily physical and emotional well-being. Refer to our fact sheet series to learn how psychologists can help.
Behavior OnLine: Aspires to be the premier World Wide Web gathering place for mental health professionals and applied behavioral scientists.
CG Jung Page: The Jung Page was founded in 1995 to encourage new psychological ideas and conversations about what it means to be human in our time and place. Includes a Jungian Lexicon and Jung discussion forums.
Classics in the History of Psychology: This site is an effort to make the full texts of a large number of historically significant public domain documents from the scholarly literature of psychology and allied disciplines available on the World Wide Web. There are now 20 books and over 100 articles and chapters on-line. The site also contains links to over 170 relevant works posted at other sites.
Child and Family WebGuide: Provides and evaluates links to organizations and videos with a research basis relating to child development, education, and psychology.
Encyclopedia of Psychology: Large collection of links to psychology-related websites. Browse by category or search by keyword
National Institute of Mental Health: An institution with a mission to understand and treat mental illnesses.
Psychological Research on the Net: Provides an up-to-date list of links to known psychologically-related experiments on the internet. They can be searched by general topic as well.A variety of resources allow you to explore degree programs, career paths, expert resources, and organizations across the country.
Social Psychology Network: One of the largest Internet sites devoted to psychological research and teaching, with more than 20,000 links related to psychology.
Steps: Social Work, Counseling, or Psychology: An Online Guide to Picking Your Degree and Career Path.
American Psychological Association: This is the premier American association.
Association for Psychological Science: The Association for Psychological Science (previously the American Psychological Society) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of scientific psychology and its representation at the national and international level.
Association for Research in Personality: The Association for Research in Personality is a scientific organization devoted to bringing together scholars whose research contributes to the understanding of personality structure, development, and dynamics.
International Association of Applied Psychology: The International Association of Applied Psychology is the oldest international association of psychologists. Its official languages are English and French.
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues: Founded in 1936, SPSSI is a group of over 3000 scientists from psychology and related fields and others who share a common interest in research on the psychological aspects of important social and policy issues.