Sites to Check Out
|This is a list of internet sites that you might like to check out. I found it difficult to categorize them, so I have listed the sites, noted the courses to which they might apply, and added some comments about the site. I encourage visitors to let me know additional sites that they recommend for this page (e-mail).|
Graduate School in Psychology
APA Student Information
This section of the APA site provides a ton of graduate program information. Unfortunately some of the more interesting sections require you to pay to enroll in the site.
Doctoral Programs Meeting Designation Criteria
This site contains all doctoral psychology programs that conform to standards established by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. Graduates of these programs may sit for licensure as a psychologist.
Psychology Departments on the Web
List of over 1000 Psychology Department websites.
Peterson's Virtual Campus
Brief descriptions of schools and their programs offering Master's and Doctoral training in various areas including clinical and counseling psychology.
Clinical Psychology Graduate Programs
A site that will help search for schools. You can search by region.
Ranking of Psychology Ph.D. Programs
This site contains rankings of doctoral psychology programs.
Careers in Psychology
This is Marky Lloyd's Site containing diverse information related to careers and to the graduate school application process.
Graduate Applicaiton Tips
Helpful suggestions on how to apply to graduate school.
Applicant's Guide to Graduate School Admissions.
This is a link to a textbook describing how to apply to graduate school. Several of the chapters are on line but you will have to buy the complete text from the author to get the full value of the book.
|Encyclo of Psych.||
|APA Ethical Principles||
This is the home page of Paul C. Cozby, the author of one of the better Research Methods texts. It has lots of good information including a list of links to other web sites.
This page contains links to some of the research laboratories with on-line pages.
This site provides an excellent writing guide for APA format reports.
This is the Fair Access Coalition for Testing (FACT) site. It contains information from a group dedicated to fair testing practices. It is an advocacy/lobbying group that seeks to make tests more available to non-psychologists.
This site provides information on Buros Mental Measurements books and psychological test locater and review information. It uses the ERIC database for its test locater.
This is one of the ERIC sites. It is a psychological test locater. Enter the trait you want to measure and this site will search a database of more than 10,000 tests to see find tests that assess this trait.
Code of Fair Testing Practices
This is the Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education published in The American Psychologist in 1992. It spells out guidelines for test developers and test users in education.
Ethical Standards for School Counselors
This is one page on the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) site. It is a full version of the ethical standards for school counselors. You have to register to access this site.
Other Interesting Sites