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Web Links for Chapter 1

 About Psychoanalysis
http://www.apsa.org/pubinfo.about.htm
An article on this topic from the American Psychoanalytic Association.

 American Psychological Association Student Resources: Careers in Psychology
http://www.apa.org/students/brochure/homepage.html
Information about what psychologists do and where they do it.

 Amoeba Web
http://www.vanguard.edu/psychology/amoebaweb.html  
 site containing nicely organized tables of links to web pages related to various topics in psychology.

 APA - American Psychological Association
http://www.apa.org
Information about the APA and links to other sites.

 APA Code of Ethics
http://www.apa.org/ethics/code.html
American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct.  Your students may be required to participate in experiments as part of their introductory course.  Introduce them to this website either at the start of the semester (to allay their fears about participating in studies) or at the end (as a “wrap-up” paper comparing their research experiences with the ethical guidelines stated by APA).

 APA Divisions
http://apa.org/about/division.html
The American Psychological Association’s links to all of its divisions.  Steer your students here to learn more about the major areas of psychology and what psychologists with these specializations do for a living.

 APS - American Psychological Society
http://www.psychologicalscience.org
Information about the APS and links to other sites.

 Archives of the History of American Psychology
http://www.uakron.edu/ahap
Psychology’s attic, maintained at the University of Akron.

 “The Benefits and Ethics of Animal Research”
http://www.sciam.com/0297issue/0297forum.html
An article on this topic from Scientific American.

 Career Preparation
http://www.sccu.edu/psychology/webcareer.html
Information about careers in psychology.

 Careers in Psychology
http://academic.uofs.edu/department/psych/handbook/x.html
A description of various career areas in psychology, including salary information.

 Cloning (msnbc.com)
http://www.msnbc.com/news/CLONING_front.asp 
Articles on the pros and cons of cloning are available.

 Combating Cybercheating: Resources for Teachers (El Paso Community College)
http://www.epcc.edu/vvlib/cheat.htm
This site is for instructors and provides brief articles written by other instructors about their encounters with the growing problem of plagiarism/cheating via the internet.

 Ethics in Psychology
http://www.psych.bangor.ac.uk/deptpsych/Ethics/HumanResearch.html
This website links to several other ethics-related resources, such as position statements of review boards, guidelines at other institutions, or ethical principles of other organizations (e.g., the American Mathematical Association).

 Graduate Study in Psychology
http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/psyprog.html 
Steer your students to this site to answer the many questions you undoubtedly answer yourself.  “What’s the GRE?” “What do forensic psychologists do?” and “What’s the difference between a PsyD and a Ph.D.?” can be answered here.

 Graduate Study in Psychology
http://www.lemoyne.edu/academic_affairs/d_ents/psychology/PsychSTAC/gradschool.html 
Information about going to graduate school, including general books and resources, tips for what to consider, what to do, and information about admission tests.

 History of Psychology
http://www.sccu.edu/psychology/webhistory.html

 History of Psychology
http://elvers.stjoe.udayton.edu/history/history.html
This site at the University of Dayton offers a glimpse at psychology’s past.

History of Psychology
http://server.bmod.athabascau.ca/html/aupr/history.htm
The Psychology Center’s History of Psychology page has many websites to choose from, including broad topics and those specific to the history of psychology.  Your students can learn more about psychology’s past or investigate the history of a particular topic that interests them.

History of Psychology
http://www.slu.edu/colleges/AS/PSY/510Guide.html
Complete and detailed resource guide to the history of psychology.  Useful for preparing your remarks on this subject; fun to explore for your students.  Assign a visit here as the basis for a short writing assignment or as a starter for an in-class discussion.

History of Psychology Timeline
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Delphi/6061/en_linha.htm
History of Psychology Timeline from early civilization to the present.  This is worth a visit by both you and your students.  Recommend this to your students as a way of organizing their studying, by placing the right people and the right ideas at the right time.

Humanistic Psychology and Humanistic Social Science http://www.sonoma.edu/classes/psych490/fall96/writings/ArthurW/humsoc.html
An essay by Arthur Warmoth, Past President, Association for Humanistic Psychology.

Humanistic Psychology from Maslow to the 21st Century
http://www.ahpweb.org/aboutahp/whatis.html
A brief history of the humanistic psychology movement.

Interpretation of Dreams
http://www.psychwww.com/psychweb/books/interp/toc.htm
Sigmund Freud’s classic work is available on the Web in its entirety, courtesy of the folks at Georgia Southern University.

Marky Lloyd’s Careers in Psychology Page
http://www.psywww.com/careers/index.htm
M.A. Lloyd at Georgia Southern University prepared this helpful site.

Mind and Body: Rene Descartes to William James
http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/Mind/Table.html
Robert H. Wozniak, of Bryn Mawr College, presents this history of ideas.

Outlines of Psychology
http://www.yorku.ca/dept/psych/classics/Wundt/Outlines/
Translation of Wundt’s 1897 text.  The online version is part of Classics in the History of Psychology, an Internet Resource developed by Christopher D. Green at York University, in Toronto.

Plagiarism: What is It and How to Recognize and Avoid It
http://www.indiana.edu/%7Ewts/wts/plagiarism.html
This is an interesting site for both students and instructors that provides guidelines and great examples of acceptable and unacceptable paraphrasing.

Plagiarism and the Web
http://www.wiu.edu/users/mfbhl/wiu/plagiarism.htm
An interesting article and good links to a variety of Internet Paper Mills.  Are your students downloading papers from the internet and submitting them to you as their own?

Postulates of a Structural Theory 
http://www.yorku.ca/dept/psych/classics/Titchener/structuralism.htm
1898 paper by James Titchener, outlining structuralist theory, originally published in the Philosophical Review, 7, 449-465.  The online version is part of “Classics in the History of Psychology,” an Internet Resource developed by Christopher D. Green at York University, in Toronto.

Prescription Privileges for Psychologists
http://www.shpm.com/ppc/viewpoint/prescrip.html
This hotly debated issue is reviewed.

Psych Web
http://www.psychwww.com
A cornucopia of psychology-related links maintained by the Psychology Department at Georgia Southern University.

Psychological Apparatus
http://www.columbia.edu/barnard/psych/b_museum.html
Consists of links to historical psychological documents, photographs, and apparatus.  If your classroom is multimedia-equipped, you might link to this site and show some examples of these artifacts as you lecture.  A picture is worth…oh, you know.

Psychologists: Careers for the 21st Century
http://www.apa.org/students/brochure/contents.html
Job Outlook for the Next Two Decades.  Remind your students that it’s good to have a job.  Ask them to visit this page and report on the job prospects of psychologists for the next twenty years.  Then, cheer them up with a few jokes and end class early.

Psychology and the Helping Professions
 http://academic.uofs.edu/department/psych/handbook/xi.html
Contrasts psychology with many of the related mental health professions.

Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It 
http://www.yorku.ca/dept/psych/classics/Watson/views.htm
Watson’s (1913) “behaviorist manifesto,” originally published in the Psychological Review, 20, 158-177. The online version is part of “Classics in the History of Psychology,” an Internet Resource developed by Christopher D. Green at York University, in Toronto

Psychology Jumping Stand
http://www.indiana.edu:80/~iuepsyc/PsycJump.html
A list of sites for psychology students to explore, prepared by the Psychology Department at Indiana University.

Research Methods
http://trochim.human.cornell.edu/ck/kblome.htm
The Knowledge Base: An Online Research Methods Textbook.  Pretty much just what it says.  If you include any detailed discussion of this topic in your Introductory Psychology course, this would be a worthwhile resource for your students.

Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics
http://www.ruf.rice.edu/%7Elane/rvls.html
Includes links to an online statistics textbook, simulations and demonstrations, case studies, and basic statistical analysis tools.

Science & Pseudoscience Review in Mental Health
http://www.pseudoscience.org
“The Review” is an online resource for questioning “scientific” claims in mental health research and publishing.  This is a great resource for student projects to explore various scientific claims related to EMDR, touch therapies, and hidden memories, just to name a few…

Social Psychology Network
http://www.socialpsychology.org/
Well-organized links related to topics in social psychology.

Specialties in Psychology
http://www.psywww.com/careers/specialt.htm
Prepared by M.A. Lloyd and R.A. Dewey at Georgia Southern University.

Strategies to Promote Academic Integrity
http://id-www.ucsb.edu/ic/ta/hdbk/ta4-2.html
This page can be easily adapted to an instructor’s syllabus and in a discussion of what is and is not tolerated in your course.

Tests, Tests, Tests
http://www.queendom.com/tests.html
A mother-lode of psychological tests established and maintained by “Cyberia Shrink.”

The Varieties of Religious Experience 
http://www.psychwww.com/psyrelig/james/toc.htm
This work by William James is available in its entirety on the Web, courtesy of the folks at Georgia Southern University

Tips for Faculty - How to Help Students Stay on the Straight and Narrow
http://www.usc.edu/ext-relations/news_service/chronicle_html/1996.11.04.html/Tips_for_Faculty_-_How_to.html
Provides useful tips to encourage academic integrity in your students.

Tipsheets for Psychology Majors
http://www.psychwww.com/tipsheet/index.html
Also from the Psychology Department at Georgia Southern University.

Today in the History of Psychology 
http://www.cwu.edu/~warren/today.html
Warren R. Street, of the University of Central Washington, knows everything about who was born when, who died when, what got published when, and what happened where.

VassarStats
http://faculty.vassar.edu/lowry/VassarStats.html
Richard Lowry from Vassar College maintains this excellent site for statistical calculations.

What is Cognitive Science?
http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/kognitiotiede/cogsci.html
Cognitive Science Home Page - University of Helsinki

What is a Personality/Social Psychologist?
 http://www.spsp.org/what.htm
A site created by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP).