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Click to jump to the web site   What is Psychology -- a readable set of articles on a range of different psychology topics.

Click to jump to the web site   Psychometrics newsletter -- lots of useful information on the detail of MBTI, etc. Especially useful for consultants.

Click to jump to the web site   The ABC of Psychology -- a big glossary with brief descriptions of over 1200 psychological terms. Especially useful for students.

Click to jump to the web site   PsyBlog - A solid blog on social psychology that has been running since 2004. Well-researched and well-written. Highly recommended.

Click to jump to the web site   Splendid set of links on psychometrics, with particular focus on job evaluation (and job-finding).

Click to jump to the web site   The Gestalt Archive - Lots of great papers from the gods of Gestalt Psychology.

Click to jump to the web site   Simply Psychology - A comprehensive site dedicated to UK A-Levels (taken by 17-18 year-olds). Lots of good stuff for the rest of us too.

Click to jump to the web site   Team technology - Includes useful Jungian questionnaires, for both the individual and team styles.

Click to jump to the web site   The Lucifer Effect - Philip Zimbardo's 'web of the book' that looks at how 'good people turn evil' - or at least get drawn into evil acts.

Click to jump to the web site   Authentic Happiness - Martin Seligman's site on Positive Psychology. Excellent free questionnaires (needs free registration, but worth it).

Click to jump to the web site   BehaveNet - Huge set of links, definitions etc. for psychiatrists. Moderately useful for the rest of us.

Click to jump to the web site   Narcissism Revisited - An excellent resource on narcissism, covering significant detail on many aspects of this condition that seems surprisingly common in our 'me' oriented world.

Click to jump to the web site   In-Mind - A very readable social psychology magazine. New site and few articles at time of review (Jan06) but scope to become very useful.

Click to jump to the web site   Nonverbal behavior--loads of papers, links, etc. on non-verbal (=body language) stuff. 

Click to jump to the web site   Loads of social psychology information from Trinity U.

Click to jump to the web site   Social psychology network. Loads of links to loads of site.

Click to jump to the web site   Personality theories - clearly described theories, by theorist. Courtesy of Dr. C. George Boeree.

Click to jump to the web site   David Keirsey's personality page. Includes well-proven MBTI-alike personality test (that used to be free) plus plenty of discussion and descriptions.

Click to jump to the web site   'Psych Site'. Loads of links to all things psychological.

Click to jump to the web site   'Ptypes.' Includes MBTI/Keirsey-like personality test, plus lots of discussions about it.

Click to jump to the web site   The Personality Project. Much detail and links on academic theories of personality.

Click to jump to the web site   Psybox -- Psychology dictionary -- lots of brief entries.

Click to jump to the web site   'Current Research in Social Psychology.' Online, free-access journal with lots of very academic papers.

Click to jump to the web site   Emotional Intelligence: An excellent and easy-to-read site, with straightforward descriptions. Lots of free details about EI and a pay-for test.

Click to jump to the web site   A super site on Emotional Intelligence, with articles by Goleman and other luminaries of the EI field. Academic and rigorous in style. No adverts -- 100% content.

Click to jump to the web site   'psychologie-sociale.org': For French speakers, here's a social psychology site that I believe to be rather good...

Click to jump to the web site   Frank Pajares' excellent 'Information on Self-Efficacy' -- Academic collection on self-efficacy, including papers by Bandura, Pajares and others.

Click to jump to the web site   A helpful set of pages on Social Psychology. Good for undergraduates or the curious. Loads of useful links, too.

Click to jump to the web site   Social Influence journal -- solid academic journal from Psychology Press about the deeper aspects of changing minds. New in 2006.

Click to jump to the web site   A Beginner's guide to abnormal psychology. Nice and simple descriptions of the main mental illnesses.

Click to jump to the web site   'Antiprocess': An interesting and wonderfully-illustrated discussion about "preemptive recognition and marginalization of undesired information by the synergistic interplay of high-priority acquired mental defense mechanisms"

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