I liked your responses to browsing the web, here they are for the rest of the class to enjoy.
|From: Stephen P Wang
Here are the links I thought interesting:
Lists of Lists
Links of other interests:
The traveling production of Cirque du Soleil, Quidam will be performing in Denver in October. I highly recommend it. The Cirque du Soleil production in Las Vegas, Mystere, has been voted best Vegas production three years running.
|From: Kerri D Johnson
Here are three sites I found interesting:
Disaster Handouts and Links
Listing of U.S. Psychology PhD Programs http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/psyc260/ranking.htm The problem with this site is it wouldn't let me get to the rankings page, or I was unable to figure it out. Plus, it kept wanting me to purchace different books. Heading/category: Lists
Radical Psychology Network http://www.uis.edu/~fax/radpsy/Welcome.html
This site was mainly interesting because of their mission statement to overthrow psychology as it is today to make it better. Heading/category: Organization
|From: "Michelle L. Harper"
Here they are:
http://www.studyabroad.com/forum/fullbright/fullbright.html This is the home page for Fullbright Scholarships. I'm ready to go home and pack my bags!
|From: Jennifer A Flores
The site that is the most useful to me is at: http://www.aoa.dhhs.gov/aoa/webres/a-quick.htm
The other cool site I found is at:
|From: Catherine T Hastings
Informative and interesting sites from the PSYC SITE launch pad:
PhD programs in psych:
|From: Heather L Wacker
Here are three great addresses that all have an ageing and gerontology focus:
|From: David Coon
Here are two sites I found interesting on the web:
|From: "Julie N. Hook"
I thought that these two addresses were pretty interesting.
|From: Melanie C Friedman
Here are two sights I found interesting:
Society for Research in Child Development
Youth and Children Resouse net http://www.slip.net/~scmetro/childco.htm
|From: Muna El Shaieb
So far in my search for web sites, after getting sidetracked a few times (for a few hours) by all the interesting things that I was reading, I found two that caught my fancy. One was the site for the APA Monitor: http://www.apa.org/monitor. It showed whole articles (I searched for sites that would do this), and had several jumping off points, as well as a link to another, powerful search engine (Magellan).
I also liked Mental Health Infosource, also because it had several links, and published whole articles. It also has graphics that are catchy but clear, and it has several e-mail groups you could *easily* subscribe to. The address is http://www.mhsource.com/main/html. At the moment the full articles are free, but the site warns in the future there may be a charge. Your web page with links to other sites is great! I spent quite a bit of time exploring other sites using it. I bookmarked it (along with the syllabus) for even easier access.
|From: Birgit Fisher
I found other interesting Launch Pads for neuroscience:
The second site is a combination of info and links.
I also started messing around in alternative psychology and found this cool site on esoteric psychology: