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Streaming Video & Audio Resources

Recommended Websites

AmoebaWeb is a site that contains an extensive list of useful online psychology resources. You will be able to browse over 2,000 links, all organized into categories based on psych-related topics.

The Allen Institute for Brain Science has several resources on human and animal neuroscience, including many atlases full of brain-related data. To explore these tools further, visit their brain map data portal at

The American Psychological Association website contains several useful links to resources about psychology. This includes APA citation help, short encyclopedic definitions on a large number of psychology terms, and information on careers in psychology.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) can be a useful resource when looking for background information on health or medically-related topics. There are also several branches of the NIH that may also have information useful for psychology, such as the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), and National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).

Khan Academy - Health and Medicine is a free, online educational resource that contains several videos, quizzes, and courses on anatomy, mental health, disease, and much more. 


Searching for Films and Audio in Find It!

To search for films or other A/V materials in the library's collection, first go to the "Advanced Search option" of the Find It! search box (see below).

Once there, change the Material Type box on the right hand side to "Audio Visual" and then type in "psychology" or other keywords that you may want to use in the search bars. Click "search" once you are ready to view your results. You can always narrow down your results further by using the "refine my results" bar. This will pop-up on the left-hand side after running your initial search.