You will find here links to a number of on-line sources on the discipline of Psychology.

  • Psych Web – this site – created by Russell A. Dewey, PhD. –  contains lots of psychology-related information for students and teachers of psychology

  • Books – Full-length classics on-line
  • Datasets ProPublica Data Store – ProPublica makes available datasets for free from raw data received as the result of a FOIA requests and some datasets at cost. They also provide a pass-through link when a data download is available on another site.
  • How to read a scientific paper for non-scientists – “From vaccinations to climate change, getting science wrong has very real consequences. But journal articles, a primary way science is communicated in academia, are a different format to newspaper articles or blogs and require a level of skill and undoubtedly a greater amount of patience. Here Jennifer Raff has prepared a helpful guide for non-scientists on how to read a scientific paper. These steps and tips will be useful to anyone interested in the presentation of scientific findings and raise important points for scientists to consider with their own writing practice.”
  • CROW – RESOURCES FOR THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY – is a part of the CROW Project, Course Resources on the Web. Topics include:Class Assignments / Topic Resources / Activities and Exercises / Student Resources / Online Lectures / Technology in Teaching /Online Studies and Scales / Courses/Sites on Web / Examples of Concepts /Articles, Books, Book Chapters 
  • The Buros Assessment Literacy initiative recently launched an online video library offering on-demand access to informative lectures by experts on testing, measurement, and assessment topics.  You can also view presentations from the Buros Big Issues in Testing Conference, which debuted in 2013.
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