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The British Psychological Society

‘Positive Psychology’ website

This website was initiated by the famous Dr Martin E.P. Seligman and contains useful links, classes and conference information on ‘positive psychology’: e.g. well-being, optimism, EQ, the philosophy of psychology etc., etc.

International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences

Contains many useful half-page summaries of key concepts in psychology.

List of British and Irish University Psychology Departments

Going via Bangor University Psychology Department’s web page, you will find here a complete listing of website addresses and connections to all British university’s web pages and for those in Ireland — a useful resource if you are wanting to find out what’s going on in other Departments.

Psychology Online Resource Central

This site, based at a U.S university, is an Aladdin’s cave of psychology resources. A great general resource, especially the link via this site to ‘Mega Sites’, and the American Psychological Society links.

The American Psychological Association (APA)

This is a very well developed site and offers information to students of psychology, academic psychologists and to applied psychologists. There are free journal papers on topical subjects to print out each week and much, much more. Well worth a visit.

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)

BACP is the largest UK professional association that represents the interests of counsellors and psychotherapists at national and international level. It seeks to maintain and raise standards of training and practice through professional codes of ethics and practice and the scheme for the formal accreditation of training courses and individual practitioners. BACP has an information service, a wide range of publications (including a Journal published ten times a year) and an active Research Network. BACP holds legal and financial responsibility for the UK registration of counsellors.

The Social Psychology Network

A great resource for all those particularly interested in this sub-discipline.

The Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics

A well put together stats site — after all, help with stats is always welcome.

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