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Google Scholar Search
Google Scholar is a free search engine created specifically for academic research.Search results tend to be a mixture of free and for fee resources. If you find a useful reference in Google Scholar that charges for access you can often find the same resource for free in GALILEO.
Other Psychology Sites
Stanford Prison Experiment
Zimbardo's own site with details of the experiement as well as links to further publications and interviews
Brief descriptions of topics with links to online current affairs, publications and broadcasts. Please refer to "Springboard" to decide whether the information you find on the site is appropriate for your research.
From the Fraser Health Authority. Locally based health information about psychosis.
Over 500 psychology terms explained.
Whole Brain Atlas
MRI images of the brain from Harvard Medical School.
Buros Institute of Mental Measurements
Critical analyses of tests and testing instruments. Provides an Index of the Mental Measurements Yearbook. Order online reviews of experiments like "Structured Interview for the Five-Factor Model of Personality" via our interlibrary loan forms or see if UFV has a print copy of the edition you want.
Psychological Tutorials and Demonstrations
Links to tutorials and demonstrations in various fields of psychology. From Hanover College Psychology Department.
Classics in the History of Psychology
Full texts of a large number of historically significant documents from a literature of psychology. From York University, Toronto.
Archive for papers in any area of psychology. Browse by subject or search by keyword.
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Codes of Conduct
Examples of codes of conduct created by various associations.