7 edition of Psychology resources on the World Wide Web found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edward P. Kardas.|
|LC Classifications||BF76.78 .K37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 151 p. :|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||98205526|
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This guide to psychology-related resources available via the World Wide Web is organized by topic, and is designed to serve as a directory for students who may be conducting research via the The book also includes a chapter on how to perform research on the World Wide Web.
Chapter 1: Websites. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) – The CNS is an international academic group with a focus on inter-disciplinary and non-traditional approaches to cognitive brain function. A must-read for cognitive psychology professionals.
Online Psychology Laboratory – This website is filled with interactive resources, peer-reviewed materials such as online. Conducting Research on the World Wide Web.
This handy guide to psychology resources on the Web is launching pad to fast, efficient research. Organized by topic, this resource allows you to explore psychology sites that enhance every chapter of your textbook.
This "hands-on" internet tutorial features Web sites related to psychology and general information about using the Internet for research and how to differentiate between good and bad sources. This supplement is available free when packaged with the text and helps students capitalize on all the resources that the World Wide Web has to by: Publisher Summary.
Children mainly access the Internet through the World Wide Web. Children use the Web to access information resources through Web searches and browsing preferred Web sites; communicate using e-mail, instant messaging, and discussion; and access music, video, and computer games.
Ana Dubnjakovic, Patrick Tomlin, in A Practical Guide to Electronic Resources in the Humanities, The world wide web is now an established, if not always uncontested, part of the scholarly landscape. Electronic article databases, academic search engines, digital archives of digitized primary materials, online encyclopedias – it is no exaggeration to say that these and other.
Psychology Resources on the Psychology resources on the World Wide Web book Wide Web. Page supporting book () of same title, provides errata, updates, and more. (restricted to SAU students, see me for password) Using the Internet for Social Science Research and Practice.
Page supporting book () of same title by Kardas and Milford, provides all links from book and newer ones. This textbook presents core concepts common to introductory social psychology courses.
The 8 units include 27 modules covering key social psych topics such as research methods, group processes, social influence, and relationships.
This book can be modified: feel free to add or remove modules to better suit your specific needs. Each module in this book is accompanied 4/5(7). Library Research Guide for: Psychology (Display only the highlighted/core resources).
This resource is intended as a guide for researching the subject area of Psychology. Please contact the Reference Desk Psychology resources on the World Wide Web book help with any of these resources or for assistance finding more advanced or specific information: or toll free Get this from a library.
Psychology on the web: a student guide. [S D Stein] -- This work is directed at those who want to be able to access psychology Internet resources quickly and efficiently without needing to become IT experts. The emphasis is on the location of high.
Psychology World Wide Web Bibliography General Resources You will find here a selection of general information resources that will be of value throughout the course.
These general resources are not limited only to psychology, but include psychology sections. You can also use various search engines such as. Internet, World Wide Web, communications, computer network, data bank, data network, electronic highway, email, global village, infobahn, virtual community.
The book E Bays Turbo Lister Program Should You Use It comes highly recommended and its one you'll really enjoy. Christopher D. Green, York University, Toronto, Canada Classics in the History of Psychology is an effort to make the full texts of a large number of historically significant public domain documents from the scholarly literature of psychology and allied disciplines available on the World Wide Web.
There are now over 25 books and about articles and chapters : Julia Eisenstein. Learn about treatments for psychological disorders that target a wide audience, including general public, practitioners, researches and students.
Psych Scholar Website maintained by Hanover College with comprehensive list of resources including general resources, research and scholarship, to teaching and study : Laura Russell.
Classics in the History of Psychology is an effort to make the full texts of a large number of historically significant public domain documents from the scholarly literature of psychology and allied disciplines available on the World Wide : Allison Scripa. Library Resources in Psychology There is a considerable amount of information that has been gathered on behavior and mental processes over the years.
As with any other information, most of it can be accessed in libraries, and now in the new millennium most of it can be accessed from library web pages. His work on applying psychology to practical problems in organizations has been published in several professional journals and in book form. Office Phone: E-mail: [email protected] Dr.
Steve Jex Associate professor, Department of Psychology Expertise: Occupational stress; employee health and well-being; workplace aggression. The book considers many Internet technologies, but focuses on the World Wide Web and new "hybrid" technologies that integrate the Web with other communications technologies.
This book is essential to researchers is psychology and education who are interested in learning. Encyclopedia of health & behavior. REF RE53 The Encyclopedia of mental health / editor-in-chief, Howard S.
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Non-fiction books about the past, present, and/or future of the World Wide Web. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
The Psychology Virtual Library keeps track of online information as part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library. PSYCLINE: Guide to Psychology Journals Online A comprehensive and up-to-date index of psychology and social science journals on the web.
If you are looking for specific information on the World Wide Web, visit a search engine like Google and type your keywords in. If you would like to browse directories of psychology web sites, try these: AmoebaWeb: Psychology on the Web; Classics in the History of Psychology; Encyclopedia of Psychology (links to more than 2, sites).
Authors of Psychology. Classics in the History of Psychology. Bubl Link - Catalogue of Internet Resources. Psychology. Psychiatry Education. Psychiatry Links. Psychiatry Research. Psychology Societies. Psychotherapy. General Psychology Information. Psychology Information.
Internet Resources. American Psychological Association. APA Author: Rebecca Hedreen. Psychology Websites. The World Wide Web (WWW) has become a major souce for information on virtually any topic. The Web has an enormous amount of information available related to the field of Psychology.
Web-Based Reference Tools With the reference tools on this page, you can search social science databases, translate foreign language terms, or even convert physical measurement units.
Many of these tools are little-known gems that are well worth exploring. Internet Resources With more and more information being made available on the Internet, it is not surprising that there is much that is of use to students (and faculty) interested in psychology.
Although listing all of the sources for psychology related topics would take pages and pages, there are a couple of places on the World Wide Web that. The Clinical Psychologist (APA Division 12) 60 (2), p.
7, lists the results of a survey to identify the top 10 psychology Web sites used by psychologists. Simon Rego, PhD, the Division's Internet section editor, posted a message on a number of psychology Internet lists asking members to send him their favorite 'go to' websites for information and resources in psychology.
International or global psychology is an emerging branch of psychology that focuses on the worldwide enterprise of psychology in terms of communication and networking, cross-cultural comparison, scholarship, practice, and pedagogy (Stevens & Gielen, ).Often, the terms international psychology, global psychology, transnational psychology, and cross-cultural.
""The World Wide Web and Contemporary Cultural Theory is part of a welcome academic move toward synthesizing cultural and political economy approaches the collection as a whole is a more complex and nuanced description of the Web than many recent explorations of new information and technologies."Price: $ The coming integration of humanity, machines, and the internet.
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Resources for Teachers of Psychology. The Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) curates and distributes teaching and advising materials to all teachers of psychology (e.g., 4-year instructors, 2-year instructors, and high-school teachers).
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The program’s latest achievement is a percent match rate – which means each of the program’s current nine doctoral students who applied for a one-year, pre-doctoral clinical. This book's great strength is the way it weaves psychology between events and trends in society.
It shows that psychology isn't separate, watching through a one-way mirror, but that psychology and society are threads woven together in the same tapestry. Key theories and 'big names' fit into a story that makes sense, and become more human than. Journal articles, research reports, curriculum and teaching guides, conference papers, and books on all aspects of education.
European Views of the Americas to Bibliography (no full text) of printed records about the Americas written in Europe before Explora for Educators.
Full-text articles from thousands of academic journals. The World Wide Web, or Web, is a component of the Internet. A part of the Web is easily found through search engines, like Google, but a large amount of Web information is part of the Deep or Invisible Web, inaccessible to search-engine indexing.
Commercially & educationally related databases are part of this invisible retention area for information, and this section often Author: Paula Knipp. Classics in the History of Psychology "An effort to make the full texts of a large number of historically significant public domain documents from the scholarly literature of psychology and allied disciplines available on the World Wide Web.
There are now over 25 books and about articles and chapters : Sara Kern. Classics in the History of Psychology makes the full texts of a large number of historically significant public domain documents from the scholarly literature of psychology and allied disciplines available on the World Wide Web.
It now has over 25 books and approximately articles and chapters : Carl Covert. In a recent essay on the uses of technology in higher education, Gates () invited educators to imagine a world in which political science students in the United States published Bosnia-related reports on the web and received direct feedback from students in Bosnia.
Resources for Psychology Students Tips to Help Future Psychology Professionals Jump Start a Career.
Psychology is degree field growing in popularity; according to the National Center for Education Statistics, the number of associate degrees earned in psychology more than doubled between and. Psychology has the opportunity not just to participate in the development of a truly global knowledge society through new research questions, new educational possibilities and new ways of delivering health and mental health information, promotion and treatment, but also to help guide this development.Business, Sales and the World Wide Web Are In Color Color is a meaningful constant for sighted people and it's a powerful psychological tool.
By using color psychology, you can send a positive or negative message, encourage sales, calm a crowd, or make an athlete pump iron harder.The Wide Wide World of Psychology: Research, applied and basic, by Angela Grippo, Ph.D., and Joe Magliano, Ph.D.