Psychology Resources on the

World Wide Web

ISBN 0-534-35941-8

(When bundled with Weiten 4th Ed. ISBN 0-534-77463-6)

(When bundled with Coon 7th Ed. ISBN 0534-77549-7)

Southern Arkansas University--Magnolia

Brooks/Cole Psychology

All Rights Reserved / Copyright 1999

Updated: 4/25/2000

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See also: Kardas & Milford, Using the Internet for Social Science Research and Practice (1996), Wadsworth Publishing

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...this text was written as a means for jump starting students into using the Web. The text does so by providing a large number of stable and informative sites for students to use just by clicking on or typing in the URL. The organization of the text is similar to that of a typical text in general psychology.

This text was written for any psychology student at any level and in any course. To make selection of sites easier for students, each URL listed is described by its title, type of page, depth of coverage, length of page, whether or not it links to other pages, whether or not it contains graphics, and whether it requires additional software.

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Conducting Research on the World Wide Web?

This handy guide to psychology resources on the Web is launching pad to fast, efficient research! Organized by topic, this resource allows you to explore psychology sites that enhance every chapter of your textbook. You'll find:

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