This site for the Allegheny College Psychology Department contains a number of resources for students. Contained within is a range of information from how to write papers for psychology & proper referencing practices to using SPSS, as well as links to various departmental forms.
Faculty Research Interests
Figures and Tables
Honors and Prizes
Psychology Cooperative Programs
- Alec Dale Fund Application
- Animal Subjects Approval Form (ARC)
- CITI Training Instructions
- Class of ’39 Fund Request Form (pdf)
- Completed Comp Survey (required to complete your comp!)
- Comp Reimbursement Form (pdf)
- Distribution of Senior Project (for library submission)
- Experimental Participants Form
- Final Checklist to complete your Comp
- Gator Post and Print Request Form (For posters, senior comp, etc.)
- Herb Klions Psych. Dept. Fund Application
- Institutional Review Board Website
- Institutional Review Board Debriefing Form
- Internship & Independent Study Form
- Learning Contract for Internships
- Letter of Recommendations (Printable Request Form)
- Senior Comp Proposal Form (pdf)
Psychology Subject Guide — A list of the most important links you will need to write a paper in psychology.
The Encyclopedia of Psychology is intended to facilitate browsing in any area of psychology. There are two paths envisioned for this purpose:
- Original information generated by respected researchers and practitioners in various fields of psychology.
- A hierarchical database of links to websites providing information about scientific psychology.
One of the most interesting is a site called PsychWeb that is maintained at Georgia Southern University by Russ Dewey. It provides links to most of the sites that are related to Psychology students, including careers. An interesting thing about this site is that it includes links to a number of graduate schools. This should be an interesting (and economical) way to get information about graduate schools for those who plan to go on after their stay at Allegheny.
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