Athabasca University Psychology Resources (AUPR)
This list of psychology resources is based at the Centre for Psychology of
Athabasca University in Athabasca, Alberta, Canada. This site is provided as a resource for AU students majoring in psychology although anyone with an interest in psychology will find these pages valuable. Several reviews of
the site are available.
The Academic Content Sites contain links to a large number of
psychology web sites organized by the different sub-fields within
psychology. Other useful sites are listed at the bottom of this page.
Students may be especially interested in the Writing Resources link
which contains valuable information on writing papers in psychology and
Athabasca University Psychology Resources has been favourably
reviewed by several commentators. Here are some samples:
"A mention of another general purpose site should also be
made. It's Athabasca University's Psychology Resources page
University focusses on distance eduction and all of its students are
off campus. As such it relies much more on the internet than other
universities and the page reflects that focus. Check it out."
-- Dr. Mark
Sandilands (University of Lethbridge professor in the
November, 1996 issue of the CAUT Bulletin)
"Another, newer 'list' site that is oriented toward psychology links to
departments and specific sub-topics in psychology. Nicely implemented
and has a little of something for every professional in psychology."
-- Mental Health Net (From the website
"A nice general list and well organized."
Psychological Society (From the website text.)
"Lots of useful links to societies, departments, demonstrations, other sites..."
--The Psych Web (From the website text.)
"Some other good starting points are - Stanford's Cognitive & Psychological
Sciences - Psychology links in Yahoo - Athabasca University Psychology Resources
- APA - APS - CPA - Electronic Journals and Periodicals"
--The Bee Hive (Bill Eickmeyer at
the University of Waterloo Psychology Department. From the website text.)
"Very nice selection of resources."
--Psyc Site at the
University of Nipissing Department of Psychology. (From the website