The Encyclopedia of Psychology

The Encyclopedia of Psychology is where we record and analyze the evolution of the field. On this page, you will find research submitted by third parties and reviewed by our team.

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  • How to Help Military and Veteran Families for Medical Professionals

    How to Help Military and Veteran Families is a series of publications that offer valuable information to various audiences to help them assist and support members of the military, veterans and their families. This issue provides evidence-based guidance on how medical professionals can help, with short, practical suggestions and links that point to additional resources. Every issue has been carefully reviewed both by subject matter experts and military family support organizations. The series is the result of a joint effort between the Department of Defense and the Department of Agriculture, in collaboration with the Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University and the National Military Family Association.

    Added: December 17, 2015 Hits: 77

  • Suicidal No More: Choosing to Live with Schizoaffective Disorder

    Suicidal No More: Choosing to Live with Schizoaffective Disorder is a blog by author, public speaker, and NAMI advocate Jennifer Robinson, who discusses her personal struggles and triumphs living with a serious mental illness that involves both psychosis and the symptoms of bipolar disorder. She provides coping tips, resources for people who are experiencing suicidal ideation, suggestions for reaching out for help, and information on what life is like for people who live with serious and persistent mental illnesses. This blog has been online for ten years, and since then Jennifer has co-authored the book Episodes of Schizophrenia, and been published in the anthology Parts Unbound: Narratives on Mental Illness and Health.

    Added: December 11, 2015 Hits: 156

  • A Level Psychology Revision

    Loopa Psychology is a website dedicated to A level psychology revision. Loopa provides free and paid resources for students and teachers to help them with their psychology revision. We cover the AQA exam board, Edexcel and OCR.

    Added: September 10, 2015 Hits: 230

  • GCSE Psychology

    GCSE Psychology revision is dedicated to covering the major exam boards in the UK such as AQA, Edexcel and OCR for GCSE grade psychology. The website provides revision resources for both students, teachers and parents to help them with upcoming exams.

    Added: September 10, 2015 Hits: 119

  • Psychology Page

    Added: December 23, 2013 Hits: 487

  • Psychology In Action: Career in Psychology

    Psychology in Action is an organization formed by UCLA Psychology doctoral students. Our aim is to communicate psychological research to community members and other interested parties outside of our field. Interesting, important, and potentially life-altering information is published by psychologists at a rapid rate, but our findings rarely reach public consciousness. We believe that psychological research is not only for the consumption of other clinicians and researchers, but that our broadest impact in our quest to discover how the mind works, what drives us, and how do we differ from one another, is to make it known to the world outside of academia.

    Added: December 7, 2013 Hits: 312

  • Psychology In Action: Clinical Research

    Psychology in Action is an organization formed by UCLA Psychology doctoral students. Our aim is to communicate psychological research to community members and other interested parties outside of our field. Interesting, important, and potentially life-altering information is published by psychologists at a rapid rate, but our findings rarely reach public consciousness. We believe that psychological research is not only for the consumption of other clinicians and researchers, but that our broadest impact in our quest to discover how the mind works, what drives us, and how do we differ from one another, is to make it known to the world outside of academia.

    Added: December 7, 2013 Hits: 177

  • North American Journal of Psychology

    NAJP publishes articles of general interest to psychologists & other social scientists. Founded in 1999, NAJP has published more than 500 articles. Most authors are from English-speaking countries, but two dozen countries are represented.

    Added: November 20, 2013 Hits: 271

  • Google+ Social Psychology Community

    A Google+ community of over 400 members, dedicated to the discussion of research and teaching in social psychology.

    Added: October 3, 2013 Hits: 119

  • Cognitive Sciences Stack Exchange

    Question and answer site for researchers, students, and others needing expert answers to questions in the "cognitive sciences": I.e., cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, and psychiatry.

    Added: September 9, 2013 Hits: 143

  • SimplePractice

    Added: August 31, 2013 Hits: 312

  • TheraNest.com - Software for Mental Health

    TheraNest is an easy to use mental health EMR software. It has a great calendar with group and recurring appointments. Appointment reminders by text, voice and email to reduce cancellations and no shows. Upload client files, create invoices, accept payments including credit cards. Set re-authorization reminders. Enter case notes - progress notes, treatment plans, discharge summary, etc., searchable DSM database, CPT codes. Tons of reports and dashboards, and much more. Free 30-day trial.

    Added: August 24, 2013 Hits: 335