How can you use the library to search for psychology-related material? Is a Psychology major right for you? What kind of training programs are there? What sorts of work do people do with a bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree in Psychology? Browse these links for useful information (and talk to your faculty advisor):
- Library Resources for Psychology (link to the Science Library's Psychology Resource Guide)
- American Psychological Association
- American Psychological Society
- Midwestern Psychological Association
- PsychWeb. Here is one of those sites which will help restore your faith in humanity: this site is a marvelous service to psychology majors. Many career paths are suggested. You can learn what a Forensic Psychologist does, how to become a sports psychologist, etc., etc. It is updated frequently. There have been over 2.5 million visits: try it.
- Psi Chi Help Manual (SUNY Albany) by the undergraduate psychology honors society, for info on the psychology major and careers in psychology
- The Social Psychology Network lists links to psychology topics, career and graduate school options, research tools and resources, and more
- U. S. Government Office of Postsecondary Education lists financial aid resources.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook lists the wide variety of careers in psychology
- Association of Neuroscience Departments and Programs lists current training programs nationally.
- http://clinicalpsychgradschool.org/ This is a very helpful web site for undergraduate students interested in attending graduate school in Clinical Psychology.