Links

Here are some links to other Psychology teaching and learning sites. Although we cannot be responsible for the content of any of the sites below, we only link to sites we have checked and think are useful.

If you would like to swap links with us, please contact us.

www.holah.co.ukMark Holah's AS Psychology Site. Highly recommended.
www.mattjarvis.comHe's got the style, he's got the looks and he wants you to buy his books. But Matt's excellent links page is free.
www.bps-research-digest.blogspot.comThe BPS research digest blog. A subscription to the mailout is recommended.
www.simplypsychology.pwp.blueyonder.co.ukExpanding site from Saul McLeod aimed at A-Level and undergraduate students. Good perspectives and research methods coverage.
www.social-science.co.ukDebbie McGowan's OCR-oriented site for A-Level psychology and OU Social Science students. Good summaries of OCR core studies.
www.theatp.orgThe ATP's website. We recommend that UK Psychology teachers join the association.
www.psychblog.co.ukJamie Davies' PSYCHblog. Frequently updated site, OCR-oriented but with lots of high quality content and links to appeal to everyone. Psychology goes all web 2.0
www.gerardkeegan.co.ukGerard Keegan's pre-university psychology site is primarily aimed at those studying for Scottish qualifications but has lots for A-Level students too, including biographies of important psychologists and a section on study skills.
www.psychologytools.comMatthew Whalley's Psychology Tools site. Aimed at clinical psychologists but plenty there for teachers and students to use.
www.teachinghighschoolpsychology.blogspot.comExcellent US blog bringing together all sorts of material of interest to psychology teachers and students.

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