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Psychology on the Web

  • APA Style
    View tutorials, frequently asked questions, and other learning resources to help you master APA Style.
  • Archives of the History of American Psychology
    Established by the University of Akron to promote research in the history of psychology by collecting, cataloging, and preserving the historical record of psychology. The central feature is a manuscript collection.
  • Encyclopedia of Psychology
    Find hundreds of annotated links to online psychology resources in the areas of career, organizations, theories, publications, and more.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook: Psychologists
    The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports on the current job prospects for psychologists, the training and education requirements, the nature of the work, and more.
  • Online Books Page (Psychology)
    An index of thousands of online books freely readable on the Internet. Browse lists of books in psychology and related topics.
  • PsycCRITIQUES Blog
    From the APA. Contains thought-provoking reviews of books, films, and APA videos written by mental health professionals.
    This entertaining and informative website includes brief descriptions of fiction films which deal with the portrayal of mental illness and its treatment.
  • Psychology Links
    From the Assoc. of Psychological Science. Find links to professional organizations, government agencies, federal policies, and more.
  • Research Randomizer
    A quick way for researchers to generate random numbers or assign participants to experimental conditions.
  • Social Psychology Network
    Find thousands of links to teaching resources, professional journals, organizations, and more in the field of social psychology.
  • Tests and Measures in the Social Sciences
    A searchable database of complete psychological tests (not just reviews of tests) available in compilation volumes. When you identify a test you want to use, search the UF Libraries' catalog to locate a copy of the book.

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