An Outstanding Collection of Free Psychology Resources!
In conjunction with my recently published Psychology Student Guide I have an official mailing list for readers who would like to know as soon as I come across a new quality and completely free psychology resource.
Below you will find details of all the resources featured to date.
Psychological Science in the Public Interest (PSPI), published three times per year, is a unique peer-reviewed academic journal of the Association for Psychological Science featuring comprehensive and compelling reviews of issues that are of direct relevance to the general public.
These reviews are written by blue ribbon teams of specialists representing a range of viewpoints, and are intended to assess the current state-of-the-science with regard to the topic.
You can access all the review articles published since 2000 by Clicking Here.
The Australian Journal of Educational & Developmental Psychology (AJEDP) is a double blind peer reviewed online journal, publishing research and scholarly reports from the broad areas of educational and developmental psychology.
You can access every article published in the journal since it's launch in 2001 by Clicking Here.
The International Journal of Psychological Studies (IJPS) is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal. Research topics covered in the journal include:
You can access every article published in the journal since it's launch in 2009 by Clicking Here.
The Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology is a professional, peer-reviewed journal created by and for forensic psychologists. It is free to anyone with Internet access.
You can access every article published in the The Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology since it's launch in 2009 by Clicking Here.
Current Research in Social Psychology (CRISP) is a free peer reviewed, electronic journal publishing theoretically driven, empirical research in major areas of social psychology.
You can access every research article published in the journal from 1995 until the present day by Clicking Here.
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