Psychology Student Survival Guide HTML version

A very warm welcome to the Psychology Student Survival Guide, my name is David
Webb and I’vehadapassionateinterest in psychology for over 20 years. I began
studying psychology in 1990, and I've been teaching psychology in some capacity or
another since 1998. In March 2008 I launched a website designed for anybody looking
for informed and detailed information on psychology.
A primary aim of the website is to make psychology accessible and open to all, and
from day one it has sought to embrace the spirit of web 2.0. Web 2.0 links people, it's
a place where people contribute, share, collaborate and learn.
By drawing on the very best that the website has to offer, the Psychology Student
Survival Guide is offered with this same spirit very much in mind.
The Thinking Behind The Guide
In putting the Psychology Student Survival Guide together, I've kept one main thought
in mind; namely, if I was to go through my psychology education again - beginning
when I first started considering studying the topic, right through to graduation and
beyond - what information and resources would I most like to have at my disposal?
The primary aim of the Psychology Student Survival Guide, therefore, is to provide an
easy to use online reference tool that people can use to quickly locate the information
they require.
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