My Space Links

Cross references:   MySpcWk  ^   

Version 7109   

Brain and Behavior (OD)   &
Bryn Mawr College.  Several articles and links.

Note:  This seems to be very early versions of both   Online Self-Help  and  Online Psychology Compilations   from 2011, six years ago.  As indicated by the "&", all of the links from back then were already corrupted by the My Space Link.      

The time and energy I'm having to spend trying to fix the links in
Online Self-Help  and Online Psychology Compilations  demonstrates a vulnerability of the internet.  The information provided by the internet remains available only for as long as the provider of the information continues to function.  If the functionality of the information provider becomes disrupted, the information becomes unavailable.  In this case, not one but two information providers became dysfunctional during the time I was concentrating on physiology rather than psychology.  The two are: 

    1.  Myspace:   ^    

            Criticism of Myspace      ^ 

            Archive:    ^ 

The problem I'm having with Myspace is that many of the references they provide seem to be inactive JavaScript, and I don't know how to retreive an active link from the inactive JavaScript. 

    2.  DMOZ:    ^ 

The problem I'm having with DMOZ is that the site has closed completely.  However, it turns out that there's a "static link" which provides access to all of the old links. 
    See: .   

Table of Contents - Version 1242‎ > ‎     ^ 

Online Self-Help - Version 10 Nov 19, 2011, 11:55 PM


    Note:  This is the "First &". 
From here down to the Last &, all the links are revealed by mouse-over to have the My Space corruption (*). 


Several broadly focused compilations of articles which an individual seeking relief from their own personal discomfort might find helpful are: 

Medline Mental Health (MMH)

'Medline' is a website run by the federal government in order to supply medical information to the general public.  This particular link is to the 'Mental Health' section. 

Self Help Resources on the Internet (PsyW)    & 
Another large list of resources. 

Psych Central (PsyW)   &
Another large list of resources. 

Mental Health Resources  (OD)  &
Another large list of resources. 

Mental Health Self Help (OD)     &
A fairly small list of resources. (OD)   &
Another, fairly small, list of resources. 

Self Help Magazine (PsyW)   &
This is an online magazine with a large number of mostly non-technical articles by many different authors. 

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (PsyW)    & 
Many short articles

HelpHorizons (EnPsy)   & 
Offers online therapy and online counseling, which cost money, but also has some good articles, which are free.  

Mental Health Matters (EnPsy)  &
Many links. 

All of these compilations contain many articles and many of the articles have links to other articles, many of which also have links to other articles, etc., so if you're persistent in following the links, you can learn a lot. 

If you want to know more about any of the topics you encounter in the websites linked above, you can find out more by searching for key words in Wikipedia: 

Wikipedia (Wiki)    &

Note: the Wikipedia search window is a little bit down on the left where you might not notice it right away.

For example, the
Wikipedia link for psychotherapy is:

Once you've exhausted the broadly focused compilations listed above, you can type the key word for a specific topic you're interested in into your internet browser window and find many more narrowly focused sources. 

You should also check out the
Psychology Books and Online Psychology Compilations sections which precede this section.  There's no real boundary between helping yourself and learning about psychology.  Each furthers the other.  It's called "Insight Therapy". 

I will continue to add to this 'Self Help' page as I discover new links. 

Online Psychology Compilations - Version 7 Feb21, 2011

Unavoidably, there will be considerable overlap between this section and the 'Self Help' section. 

There's a huge amount of information here.  Instead of taking the topics in the order in which they're presented, I'm going to be impulsively following my own interests.  Since your interests are most likely different from mine, you should check out the primary sources yourself, rather than just passively accepting my guidance.    There are many links.  Follow them!  

Wikipedia Psych Portal:     &

General Psychology (Wiki)    &

Mental Health (Wiki)

Abnormal Psychology (Wiki)  &

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Wiki)   &

Humanistic Psychology (Wiki)   &

Family Therapy (Wiki)   &

Biological Psychology (Wiki)   &

Neuropsychology (Wiki)   &  

Neuroanatomy (Wiki)   &

Evolutionary Psychology (Wiki)   &

Personality (Wiki)   &

Open Directory
- Psychology      & 

Mental Health Disorders  (OD)   &
A fairly long list of what can go wrong. 

Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamics (OD)   &
This is one of the two branchs of psychotherapy that I, personally, find most interesting.  To encourage you to look further, I've linked four of the subheadings, below. 

>Sigmund Freud (OD)   &

>Carl Jung (OD)   & 

>Techniques and Practice (OD)   &

>Psychoanalytic Resources Online (OD)   &

Humanistic Psychology (OD)   &
This the other branch of psychotherapy that I really like.  To encourage you to look further, I've linked six of the subheadings, below. 

>Humanistic and Existential Psych (OD)     & 

>Guide to Humanistic Psych (OD)    & 

>Client-Centered Therapy (OD)   & 

>Carl Rogers (OD)    &

>Abraham Maslow (OD)    &

>Emotional Literacy (OD)   &
This is an absolutely enormous site.  I found myself reading the poetry of Conrad Aiken whom I discovered and then forgot 40 years ago.  He's great.  I'm going to have to come back here. 

'Psych Web'   &       

Psychiatric Medication (PsyW)  &

'Scholarly Resources' (PsyW)   &
A huge collection of additional online articles and indexes.    For example: 

>Abnormal Psychology (PsyW)   &

>Humanistic & Transpersonal Psych (PsyW)   &

>Motivation and Emotion (PsyW)   &

>Therapies (PsyW)   &

>>Alfred Adler (PsyW)    &

>>Gestalt (PsyW)   &
    and   &

>Social Psychology (PsyW)   &

>Personality (PsyW)   &

>Sleep and Dreaming (PsyW)   &

>Developmental Psychology (PsyW)   &

'Psychiatric Times' (PsyW):    & 
An online journal apparently intended for professionals in the field.  Fully accessible archives are divided into 23 headings.  For example: 

>Bipolar Disorder (PsyW)   &

>Depression (PsyW)   &

>Paranoia (PsyW)   &

>Schizophrenia (PsyW)   &

>Substance Abuse (PsyW)   &

>Suicidal Behavior (PsyW)   &

     Note:  This is the Last &.  All of the links between the First & and here have the msp corruption. 

New addition (02-20-11)

PsychWiki - A Collaborative Psychology Wiki (Goog)  ^ 


Searching Google for "Psychological Self-Help" located 4,040,000 references:    ^ 

    Hovering the mouse over the link when the page is not active reveals a mouse-over that is identical to the link.  No gibberish.  ^   
   < >

Psychological Self-Help (PsySH)   & 

    Hovering the mouse over this identical-looking link when the page is active reveals a mouse-over that is filled with gibberish.     &   


So why do some of the links work some of the time and not all of the links all of the time?   MySpcLk  provides a clue.  At the very bottom of that page there is a "Work Space" which has two identical copies of the same link, one of which works while the other doesn't.  I don't remember it at all, but it looks as though I found the second link by searching Google for the title.      


While looking back over the earlier blog entries, I discovered that the statement in the 04-21-17 blog was overly optimistic.  It seems as though some of the links work some of the time but not all of the links all of the time.  I don't understand this. 

Come back to: 04-12-17,   MySpcLk and MySpcWk .   



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