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Encyclopedia for Psychology

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Date Added to MERLOT: November 29, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: July 25, 2005
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Jacksonville State University

This site has many topics to choose from and has useful information about the field of psychology.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Douglas Hight
11 years ago

Douglas Hight (Student)

1. I spent about a half hour on the site.
2. The quality was fantasic, there were several other links of this site
3. This is a very good site for both students and teachers, there is more than
sufficent educatioanl material on this site.
4. Once getting logged onto Merlot the rest is very simple, and enjoyable.

Technical Remarks:

The site is enough user friendly, but with a technical approach to be able to go
deeper in the reasearch.

Avatar for Jason Baart
11 years ago

Jason Baart (Student)

Very useful. There were so many graphs and charts to illustrate the topics,
which was helpful. The detail of the pages was great. The use of statistics
was also beneficial. This site is a great tool for first time users and beyond.

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The only problem I had, was that I found some sites that were under

Avatar for Cynthia Smith
12 years ago

Cynthia Smith (Student)

This is a site you will find yourself going back to over and over again. When
they say there are over 2037 links to choose from, they aren't kidding. If you
want a springboard to several different psychological topics--including
continued education, historical information, careers, and various
disorders--Encyclopedia of Psychology is your place. It's all in there.

Technical Remarks:

No navigational difficulties here.

Avatar for Zulia Brown
12 years ago

Zulia Brown (Student)

It is a good source of information. Many topics as well as subtopics are
included with links. It is fairly up to date. can be a useful tool for the
curious who would like to look into some situations.

Technical Remarks:

Easy to navigate.

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