The Living Well Initiative is a multidisciplinary educational program addressing the needs of persons and families affected by severe and persistent mental health conditions. The program is co-sponsored by the School of Health Sciences and the School of Psychology, Family, and Community.
APA Style: An Online Guide
Maintained by M. Plonsky at the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point.
An extensive set of psychology-related web links.
Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit at UW
Journal of Young Investigators
An Interesting Career in Psychology: Non-Academic Careers for Scientific Psychologists
Maintained by the APA Science Directorate
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
American Psychological Association
Association for Psychological Science
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Western Psychological Association
Council of Teachers of Undergraduate Psychology
History of Psychology
History of William James
Maintained by Frank Pajares at Emory University.
Library Guide to History of Psychology
Maintained by Miriam Joseph at St. Louis University.
Freud's Influence on Culture
A preview of the Library of Congress' Exhibition. Contains many interesting photos of Freud and his family and colleagues, as well as some of his written documents.
Marriage and Family Therapy Related Links
What is Marriage and Family Therapy?
Brief description of MFT maintained by AAMFT
FAQs about MFT
Answers to general questions about MFT. Maintained by AAMFT.
Social Psychology Related Links
Social Psychology Network
Maintained by Scott Plous, Wesleyan University.
Social Psychology at Miami University
Compendium of Social Psychology Web Resources
Maintained by Allen R. McConnell, Michigan State University
Test Related Sites
American College Testing Service
Educational Testing Service
APA Test-Related Sites
Graduate Record Examinations (GRE)
Overview. On-line registration. FAQs. Sample Questions.
Other Relevant Web Links
Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
Faith and Reason
Examines the relationship between science and religion. Developed by Adrian Wyard of the Counterbalance Foundation in conjunction with the PBS special hosted by Margaret Wertheim.