• Reference Sources

    Encyclopedia of activism and social justice - HM671 .E53 2007 (Wells Reference Collection)
  • Encyclopedia of sex and gender - HQ16 .E52 2007 (Wells Reference Collection)
  • Encyclopedia of social psychology - HM1007 .E53 2007 (Wells Reference Collection)
  • The Sage dictionary of social research methods-H62 .S274 2006 (Business/SPEA Stacks)
  • Encyclopedia of violence, peace and conflict - HM886 .E53 1999 (Wells Reference Collection)
  • The Blackwell encyclopedia of social psychology - HM251 .B59 1995 (Wells Research Collection)
  • Encyclopedia of violence: origins, attitudes, consequences - HM291 .D484 1993 (Wells Research Collection)


  • Important Journals in Social Psychology

    Advances in experimental social psychology
  • Personality and social psychology review
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • Personality and social psychology bulletin
  • Journal of personality
  • Journal of health and social behavior
  • Social psychology quarterly
  • Journal of experimental social psychology
  • British journal of social psychology
  • European journal of personality



  • Internet Resources

    Social Psychology Network
    A vast site for social psychology resources. Organizations, Ph.D. programs, career resources, home pages for social psychologists. Links for numerous topics in social psychology. Maintained by Scott Plous at Wesleyan University.
  • Social Psychology
    Covers a variety of topics in social psychology. Theories, methods, collective behavior, self, and more. By Michael C. Kearl.
  • Great Ideas in Personality
    Deals with scientific research in personality. Covers theories, journals, and psychologists in personality. Maintained by G. Scott Acton at Northwestern University.
  • Social Cognition Paper Archive and Information Center
    Archive of preprints and abstracts of papers and presentations. Links to researchers' websites.
  • Ph.D. Programs in Social Psychology
    List of schools with sites for their social psychology programs. From the Social Psychology Network.