The American Psychological Association is an excellent resource
for psychologists, psychology students, and the public. Explore
the site to learn about all aspects of psychology, including
applications to daily life. You will also learn
about upcoming events for psychologists and psychology students.
Browse the Web site of the American Psychological Society, which
was founded in 1988 to advance scientific psychology and its representation
as a science at the national level. Read current research in psychology,
and learn about upcoming APS events.
The American Psychology-Law Society, Division 41 of the American
Psychological Association, is an interdisciplinary organization
devoted to scholarship, practice, and public service in psychology
Asian American Psychological
The Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA) was founded
in December 1972 by a group of Asian American psychologists and
other mental health professionals in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since
its inception, the Association advocated on behalf of Asian Americans
as well as advancing Asian American psychology.
Association of Black Psychologist
The Association of Black Psychologists was founded in San Francisco
in 1968 by a number of Black Psychologists from across the country.
They united to actively address the serious problems facing Black
Psychologists and the larger Black community.
Here is the link to the psychology department at Clemson University. To
find out more info about the great programs at Clemson, click on
the link above.
Here is the link to the psychology program at DePaul University. For
more info on the program, click on the link above.
Mental Health America
Mental Health America is a nonprofit organization dedicated to
helping all people live mentally healthier lives. Their
site provides lots of information about mental illness and treatment,
online screenings for mental illness, advocacy and prevention
efforts of the organization, and access to local affiliates of
The National Latina/o Psychological Association (formerly the
National Hispanic Psychological Association) was established
in 1979 by a group of Latino psychologists and colleagues,
primarily affiliated with the American Psychological Association.
Since August 2002, the organization’s membership has
increased by 100%. Association membership is open to individuals
who are committed to the mission of NLPA, thus, being of Latina/o
heritage is not a requirement.
Psi Beta, the national honor society in psychology for community
colleges, was inspired by Ruth Cousins, former Psi Chi Executive
Explore the history of psychology, its differing perspectives,
and the individuals who have been instrumental in psychological
research and application. Here is an opportunity to read some of
the classic literature in the many subfields of psychology.
Teachers at Community Colleges
PT@CC is an acronym for Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges,
a group of members and affiliates of the American Psychological
Association that was established in 2001 and whose Executive Committee
is elected to represent the interests of community college psychology
for Child and Family Policy and Practice (APA Division 37)
The Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice (Division
37 of the American Psychological Association) is committed to the
application of psychological knowledge to advocacy, service delivery,
and public policies affecting children, youth, and families. The
Division advances research, education, training, and practice through
a multi-disciplinary perspective.
Society for Community
Research and Action (APA Division 27)
The Society for Community Research and Action -Community Psychology,
Division 27 of the American Psychological Association, serves many
different disciplines that focus on community research and action.
Our members are committed to promoting health and empowerment and
to preventing problems in communities, groups, and individuals.
for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (APA
The Society for the Psychology Study of Ethnic Minority Issues,
a Division of the American Psychological Association, (APA), is
the major representative body for psychologists who conduct research
on ethnic minority concerns or who apply psychological knowledge
and techniques to ethnic minority issues.
for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity (APA
The Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity,
Division 51 of the American Psychological Association, advances
knowledge in the psychology of men through research, education,
training, public policy, and improved clinical practice.
of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (APA
Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology represents
psychologists who are active in teaching, research, clinical services,
administration, and advocacy in clinical child psychology to the
APA and the public.
of Psychology at Secondary Schools
Teachers of Psychology at Secondary Schools promotes the scientific
nature of high school psychology and meets the curricular and professional
needs of high school psychology teachers.
Ulifeline is a website specifically designed to provide college
students with information about mental health issues. The
site also provides access to free online screenings. The
University of South Carolina Lancaster Counseling Services is registered
throughout Ulifeline. When you click on this link and choose
South Carolina, you will find USCL listed. Choose our campus
and you will find resources specific to our campus.
of South Carolina Psychology Department
The University of South Carolina Psychology Department has
many great programs and resources for both graduate and undergraduate
students. To find out more information about the Psychology
Department at the University of South Carolina, click on the link