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Resources for students doing psychology research.

Occupational Information

Career information at O*NET Database of occupational information for Psychology majors.


Occupational Outlook Handbook - Psychology Careers, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, contains information:

  • Pay expectations & Pay per state
  • Job outlook
  • Duties & Work Environment
  • Similar occupations

Professional Organizations

Professional organizations serve many meaningful purposes:

  • Providing professional development
  • Providing a professional network
  • Listing job opportunities
  • Providing professional support and advocacy
  • Informing on current trends and issues in the field


American Psychological Association 
The APA is a the largest scientific/professional organization of psychologists in America. APA seeks to expand psychology’s role in advancing health & increasing recognition of psychology as a science.


Association for Psychological Science 
The Association for Psychological Science is an international non-profit organization dedicated to research-based psychology, its application and teaching and to the improvement of human welfare.


National Association of School Psychologists
NASP works to advance effective practices to improve students' learning, behavior, and mental health.

National Institute of Mental Health

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the leading federal agency dedicated to research on mental disorders. Read NIMH online journal,
 Science News, dedicated to mental health research news.

Organizations for Professionals and Students
List of Psychology and related organizations.