Links to thousands of social psychological and psychology-related topics including information on careers, professional organizations, graduate programs in psychology, sources of funding, psychological studies being carried out on the internet, etc. The home of this site is Wesleyan University and it is said to be the "largest social psychology database on the Internet."
A project of the ACRL Women's Studies Section Collection Development Committee. Leads to a wide variety of sources including bibliographies, reports, articles, and other publications; reference works; organizations; directories; discussion lists; and topic-oriented meta-sites.
A clearinghouse of links to Internet resources including online databases provided by government and nongovernmental agencies. Also includes international sources. This site is based in College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Free encyclopedia of mental health information. The site is designed to meet the needs of professionals, patients, support groups, students and the general public. Information on the 50 most common mental disorders includes description, treatment, research, booklets, and articles.
An encyclopedic listing of providers of archival social science data mostly on American life. This site is searchable and also includes direct links to important sites such as the United States Census Bureau.
Provides access to academic programs in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, and linguistic sciences. Links to information about artificial intelligence, software, newsgroups and FAQs. Compiled by the Perceptual Science Laboratory (PSL) at the University of California at Santa Cruz.
Discusses the post-graduate Rural Sociology degree offered by Pennsylvania State University. Signature areas include Agriculture & Food Systems, Community & International Development, Natural Resources & Environment, and Rural Social Demography.