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Psychology Overview

A brief introduction to psychology research at MSU Libraries.

School Psychology

National Association of School Psychologists represents and promotes the profession of school psychology. This site features a variety of resources and publications as well as a wealth of information on professional development opportunities, standards and certification requirements, and networking opportunities.

APA Educational Psychology Division 15 is the main APA division focused on educational psychology. The division page highlights a variety of relevant events, publications, funding opportunities, and recent advances in the field.

APA Division 16 of School Psychology focuses on psychology with children, youth, families, and the schooling process. A variety of resources are available for students and early career professionals, as well as information on events, publications, funding opportunities, and recent advances.

Consortium for Science-Based Information on Children, Youth and Families seeks to provide science-based information for those work with or care for children. Formed by leaders of multiple APA divisions, this site provides a variety of great resources focused on working with children. 

Center for Psychology in Schools and Education is affiliated with the American Psychological Association. The page offers a few full text papers on topics of wide interest such as violence in schools and coping with disaster.

International School Psychologists Association provides a global perspective to school psychology, including training, resources, and networking.

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