Links & Resources

This resource page will be developed and organized as elements are added. In the meantime, here are some helpful links organized by topic. Please note that all links open in new tabs. 

Resources for Clinicians

Biofeedback in medicine
A quick look at indications and evidence (Frank, D. L., Khorshid, L., Kiffer, J. F., Moravec, C. S., & McKee, M. G., 2010).
A Paper on the NBCC
This 1993 paper concerning the NBCC is as relevant today as when it was written. Counselors need to stand up for the integrity of the field.
Hypnosis in Medicine
James H. Stewart, MD, Department of Internal Medicine and Division of Cardiovascular Diseases, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Therapeutic Lifestyle Change
Dr. Ilardi and associates at the University of Kansas have put together a straight-forward and easily integrated depression protocol.
Leptin: The Master Hormone?
Dr. Jack Kruse on the endocrine properties of adipose tissue and leptin, and its implications for behavioral and general health.
RxList
This medication resource features clinically relevant information on common nutritional supplements as well as prescription and OTC drugs.

For Instructors

Why Own Your e-Course?
10 reasons why you should maintain control of your online courses, by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).
Supporting Students:
APAGS COMMITTEE ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER DIVERSITY: A Guide for Supporting Trans and Gender Diverse Students
Stages of Racial Identity Development
Summary of Stages of Racial Identity Development from https://www.racialequitytools.org

For Students

Imposter Syndrome (ted talk)
This brief video goes over the basics of imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome is incredibly common in grad students.

Research, Writing, & Publishing

The APA Style Blog
This searchable APA resource can be very helpful for trickier writing issues. The APA Style Blog is an APA managed site.
List of Predatory Journals
There are tons of people trying to scam writers. Be aware that there are those trying to take advantage of young authors who don't know the ropes.
Plagiarism & Self-Plagiarism
Roig, M. (2010). Plagiarism and self-plagiarism: What every author should know. Biochemia medica: Biochemia medica, 20(3), 295-300.
Statistics Calculators
This website has a number of great calculators for tests similar to those found on programs like SPSS. It is ideal for quick simple tests of data with small Ns.
Journal Ranks
Not all Journals are created equally, and whether your interest is as a writer or a reader, this resource can tell you which journal is most relevant for your field.
Mendeley
Free reference manager to manage and share papers and generate bibliographies. Works with Chrome via extensions.
Readability Calculator
This free resource offers a number of outcomes relevant to reading level appropriate for ensuring readability of recruitment materials, etc.
STAI-6
This short-from State-Trait Anxiety Inventory has excellent validity and reliability, and takes seconds to administer.
Laerd Statistics
NB: This is a pay-for service
Excelent step-by-step SPSS Statistics guides, examples, etc.
NIH RePORTER
"Search a repository of NIH-funded research projects and access publications and patents resulting from that funding."
R for Mac OS X
"This directory contains binaries for a base distribution and packages to run on Mac OS X (release 10.6 and above). "

Recommended Free Courses

Anatomy: Musculoskeletal and Integumentary Systems (U of M)
Offered through edX.org, this free 4-week U of M anatomy course, part of the university's Anatomy XSeries.
Anatomy: Cardiovascular, Urinary, and Respiratory Systems (U of M)
Offered through edX.org, this free 4-week U of M anatomy course, part of the university's Anatomy XSeries.
Anatomy: Human Neuroanatomy (U of M)
Offered through edX.org, this free 8-week U of M anatomy course, part of the university's Anatomy XSeries. _
Anatomy: Gastrointestinal, Reproductive and Endocrine Systems (U of M)
Offered through edX.org, this free 4-week U of M anatomy course, part of the Anatomy XSeries.
Fundamentals of Neuroscience, Part 1 (HARVARD)
Offered through edx.org, this free 5 week Harvard course is part of a three-course series that explores the structure and function of the nervous system.
Fundamentals of Neuroscience, Part 2 (Harvard)
Offered through edx.org, this free 6 week Harvard course is part of a three-course series that explores the structure and function of the nervous system.
Fundamentals of Neuroscience, Part 3 (Harvard)
Offered through edx.org, this free 5 week Harvard course is part of a three-course series that explores the structure and function of the nervous system.
Health Behavior Change (Yale)
Offered through coursera.org, this free 8-week Yale course helps learners heighten understanding of the social and behavioral factors that contribute to health decisions and behavior.
Health Behavior Change (Yale)
Offered through coursera.org, this free 8-week Yale course helps learners heighten understanding of the social and behavioral factors that contribute to health decisions and behavior.
Intro to Online and Blended Teaching (UPenn)
Offered through edX.org, this free 6 week UPenn course is designed to help educators understand aspects of teaching and learning in the digital age.
Practical Improvement Science in Health Care (Harvard)
Offered through edx.org, this free 7 week Harvard course addresses skills and tools of improvement science to make positive changes.
Positive Psychology: Applications and Interventions (UPenn)
Offered through Coursera.org, this free 4 week UPenn course explores positive interventions.
R Programming (Johns Hopkins)
Offered through coursera.org, this free 60 hour Johns Hopkins R Programming course issues a shareable certificate upon completion.
The Science of Well-Being (Yale)
Offered through coursera.org, this free 60 hour Yale course is designed to help learners increase their own happiness.
Vital Signs (UPenn)
Offered through coursera.org, this free 6-week University of Pennsylvania course helps learners understand signals from the body.
Foundations of Positive Psychology Specialization (UPenn)
Offered through edX.org, this free 5 month UPenn Positive Psychology Specialization provides you with the key theories and research in the field of positive psychology.
Buddhism and Modern Psychology (Princeton)
Offered through edX.org, this free Princeton course is designed to introduce the intersection of Buddhism and Modern Psychology.
The Data Scientist’s Toolbox (Johns Hopkins)
Offered through edX.org, this free 13-hour Johns Hopkins course introduces learners to tools for data science.