Links of Interest

This site from Bishop's University in Canada offers great resources whether you are needing references for a psychology paper, looking for help with your writing skills, or searching for a psychology-related graduate program in the United States or Canada.

Interested in illusions and mind games? Perception is a fascinating branch of psychology that studies the senses and their many quirks! Nova Online allows you to witness strange visual illusions and learn about the perplexing phantom limb phenomenon from one of the expert's notebooks at this site.

Do you love learning about the developing human? Maybe you're interested in how the brain works, or even what happens when you sleep and dream. At this site from Hanover College in Indiana, you can view stimulating tutorials and fun online labs for each of the major fields of study in psychology, from artificial intelligence to social psychology!

This is Psychology Online, from Santa Fe Community College, where you can access study guides, mental health resources, an online PsycWorld Library, and some great interactive psych labs! Whether you're just taking one course in psychology or you have discovered psychology as your passion, don't pass this one up!

Believe it or not, you can visit a Psychology Museum without ever leaving your home. Thanks to Oklahoma State University, you can learn about the history of psychology, inkblots, and animal behavior at this one stop spot for online learning. Several of the pages require downloads to complete the online activities, but they are worth your time. Check out the resources at this site, as well.

The University of Alaska at Fairbanks has made your life as a psychology student very easy! This page has links to the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, PsychWeb (an awesome guide to majoring in and/or finding a career in psychology), and psychology speciality links in social psychology, mental health, personality and consciousness, community psychology, and more!