Useful Resources for Psychology Undergraduates

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Here you will find a compilation of resources I have found useful for my dual life as a psychology undergraduate and a novice researcher. This list is not exhaustive and will be updated occassionally for my benefit and yours:

Table of Contents

Organisational Tools

  • Mendeley - useful for cataloging your fine mess of journal articles (thanks Delia xoxo).


  • APA (6th Edition) Formatting by PurdueOWL.

  • Writing advice from the “pros”.

  • Citation writing tips.

  • Methods writing tips.

  • Meta-analysis tips.

  • Doi finder - you will need the full reference to find the doi (hint: use Google Scholar).


Statistics & Methods

  • JASP - an open source statistical program for all your frequentist and/or bayesian needs. Learning Statistics with JASP is free!

  • Calculating standard deviations for factorial ANOVAs in SPSS.

  • Study Designs - neat breakdown of the different study designs.

  • How to teach stats? - comprehensive guide to parametric statstical tests.

Good Reads

  • Psych Learning Curve by the American Psychological Association.

  • A thread on Attachment Theory.


  • Speaking of Psychology by the American Psychological Association.

  • Compilation of psychology-related podcasts.

Must-Follow Scitwitter Accounts

Leong Utek
Third-Year Psychology Undergraduate