Psychology Related Links
Psi Chi Website for the National Honor Society in Psychology. Describes membership standards and all of the benefits of membership. Also includes a tremendous amount of information relevant to planning your undergraduate career and graduate education.
National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) This site is the provides a wealth of information for anyone interested in a career in Social Work
Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Division 14 of the American Psychological Association. Provides professional information and cutting-edge research for those interested in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA) Professional organization for licensed and certified psychologists in the state. Includes information for members of the public and professional resources.
New York Office of the Professions Licensing Board This website goes to the New York State Office of the Professions, to board that licenses
all Psychological professionals. This site has all of the information you need to
understand how to become a licensed practitioner in NY State.
National Association of Social Workers (NASW) The primary professional organization for Social Work professionals. Contains a wealth of information about careers in social work, graduate training in social work, and professional development.
PSYCHWEB Click on this site for scholarly resources and information on careers in psychology.
Social Psychology Network A site specifically for those interested in social psychology.
Pursuing Graduate School in Psychology another site for students seeking graduate study in psychology.
Psychology@About.com student resources and psychology articles.
Human Factors & Ergonomics Society (HFES)The primary professional organization for Human Factors professionals.
Encyclopedia of Psychology Encyclopedia of Psychology--links and resources including psychology career information.
Psychguides Psychiatric treatment guidelines for questions facing clinicians
Exploratorium This site offers a terrific range of resources on brain function and anatomy, highlighting individual versus collective memory, the cognitive processes involved in chess, learning strategies, repressed memory, and analogies between human and computer memory.
Learn Psychology: A website full of information about careers in various disciplines of psychology.
Learn how to become a psychologist: Learn what it means to be a psychologist, and the kinds of careers choices available to someone studying Psychology
psychology.org: A great website with information on both careers and graduate education in psychology.
CareerOneStop: A helpful website for those of you trying to figure out what career choice fits
you best. It allows you to explore different career paths, locate career resources
and helps you narrow down your choices through a series of personalized assessments
I-O Career Paths The new and improved IO psychology career path site on SIOP! Useful for students interested in pursuing careers in I/O psychology.
Information on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Many graduate programs in psychology require that you take the GRE and submit your score along with your application package. This link provides you with general information about test dates/practice tests/cost/scores etc. If you are looking for additional information about the GRE please contact a faculty member in the psychology department.
This page provides specific information about GRE test preparation
Counselor Education: One stop shopping for information on the various sub-specialties in counseling, particularly those that are license-eligible. The site also provides comprehensive information, by state, on the licensing regulations
Job/Internship Search Websites
Graduate School Search Websites
Psychology/Research Blogs and News
Psychology of Work Blog Blog of Dr. Islam related to Psychology Work
BPS Research Digest Some of the most original commentary on some of the most interesting and latest psychological research.
MindHacks Daily interesting "pieces" from psychology, psychiatry and neuroscience. Very popular website!
Neuromarketing Explore a dialogue between brain science and marketing.
PSYblog Daily Science Portion bringing the most fascinating psychology articles in a more digestible form.
PsychCentral Blog dedicated to issues and topics in clinical psychology written by practicing clinicians from all over the world.
Science Daily Read the newest research findings from various scientific disciplines
Managing Life and Stress
Many consider their college years to be some of the most challenging, and for good reason. Learning how to balance the daily grind of courses, work responsibilities, family and a social life can be overwhelming, and may lead you to feel constantly stressed out. In this section of our website, we will provide you with resources that we hope will help you manage your stress in a healthy way. We will continue to add to this list in the coming months.
For now, look through A Student's Guide to Managing Stress for information on what stress is, how it may be affecting your body, and tips on how to manage your own feelings of stress.