Introduction to Psychology
Web site of "the largest scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the U.S." Links to journals, publications and specialty divisions.
Web site of "the leading national organization dedicated solely to the science of psychology," with useful publications and links.
Look up important events in psychology's past for any calendar date.
Full text of historically significant articles written by major psychologists over the past century.
Outlines the rise of experimental psychology as it occurred between philosophical analyses of the mind/world relationship and physiological conceptions of the nervous system as a device mediating between the mind and the world.
Ethics and Experimentation
Ethical principles for psychologists in all fields.
APS site provides links to ongoing research efforts which use the internet to gather empirical data. Here's your chance to see actual research in process and, assuming you consent, to participate in an ongoing study.
Interesting compendium of seemingly logical yet false arguments. This is a very useful extension of the issues raised in the Rathus reading. Innoculate yourself against the bogus arguments which too often pass as sound reasoning!
The society "is a scientific and educational organization of scholars, scientists, historians, magicians, professors and teachers, and anyone curious about controversial ideas, extraordinary claims, revolutionary ideas and the promotion of science." Browse the archives for articles debunking many popular ideas - perhaps some you fervently hold!
Good explanation of Naturalistic Observations
Experimental Design and Statistics
An electronic textbook for an introductory-level statistics course. This is one of several such sites on the web.
This site has built-in calculators enabling online computation of a variety of statistical concepts.
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