Websites of the Month
Millennium Project (cogsci.umn.edu/millennium/home.html)
This site features a list of the 20th century's 100 most influential works in cognitive science, compiled by the University of Minnesota's Center for Cognitive Sciences. The list leads with papers by Noam Chomsky, David Marr and Alan Turing. The site invites visitors to contribute comments.
Social Psychology Network (www.socialpsychology.org/)
Visit this site for a thorough list of resources in social psychology, from directories of social psychologists and social psychology PhD programs to listings of related journals and textbooks. Also available are discussion forums for students and professionals and links to social psychology experiments on the Web. The National Science Foundation-supported site is maintained by Scott Plous, PhD, at Wesleyan University.
The International Society of Mental Health Online (ismho.org)
Offered on this site is the society's recently approved set of principles for providing online psychotherapy and counseling services. Also available is a research bibliography on online mental health interventions, information about online legal and licensing issues and a listserv for online providers.
Visitors to this site will find virtual course materials for introductory psychology. The site features a three-dimensional lab with information on sensation and perception, audition, signal detection and color vision. It is maintained by psychology professor Michael D'Zmura, PhD, at the University of California, Irvine.
Brain Connection (brainconnection.com)
This site explains neuroscience research to the general public, covering such topics as how brain research applies to education, common myths about the brain and the effects of various chemicals on the brain. The site also features neuroscience-related clip art that visitors can download for free.
American College of Forensic Psychology (forensicpsychology.org)
Visit this site for information about the college's annual meeting and the continuing education it offers on psychology and law. The site links to the American Journal of Forensic Psychology, an online directory of forensic psychologists and a list of forensic psychology-related articles.