Using websites can be tricky. Ask these questions to get a sense for whether the website is reliable:
American Psychological Association
Official website of the American Psychological Association. Offers current psychology-related news stories, resources for students, and information on topics from addictions to workplace issues.
Internet Mental Health
Provides mental health information to professionals, students, support groups, and patients and their families. Contains extensive information on the description, treatments, medications, and research of mental disorders.
Mental Help Net
Designed for use by the general public. Contains information on wellness, mental health, family, and relationship issues. Provides various resources and services, such as book reviews, tests and questionnaires, self-help groups, and job information.
National Institute of Mental Health
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the Federal Government's principal biomedical and behavioral research agency. NIMH is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Psychology in the news from the the American Psychological Association.
Provides links to over 1,700 websites reviewed by the author. Each website is briefly described and includes an average rating by site visitors. Psych Central also contains a medication library, psychology articles and news, disorder information, and more.
Searches within quality psychology sites. Developed by the American Library Association.
WWW Virtual Library: Psychology
Provides access to websites that cover a wide range of areas within psychology.