With psi-chology.com, Dr. Dorian J. Primestein has taken on the important mission to educate the public about the most amazing science of all – the science of human the mind: psychology. But there are also other online resources sharing these goals, and everyone should know about them! If you are aware of such a resource not listed here, or even have one yourself, please reach out to Dr. Primestein and it will surely be added.
Absolutely maybe @hildabast
Hilda Bastian’s education of the public in the wonders of human medicine.
Dorothy Bishop’s astounding insights into human development in psychological science and in life.
Daniel Lakens’ blog @lakens
Appreciation of the mathematics enabling and facilitating psychological science. Every single post is important as if it was written on a particularly heavy clipboard!
Data Colada @jpsimmon @uri_sohn
Leif Nelson, Joe Simmons, and Uri Simonsohn savor the best research methods in psychology.
Error Statistics Philosophy @learnfromerror
Deborah Mayo discusses philosophical clarifications of central issues to illuminate foundations of science.
Mind the Brain @shailiJainMd @adrianpreda @CoyneoftheRealm
Shaili Jain, Adrian Preda, and James Coyne, a team of health scientists, linking neuroscience research, psychological disorders, and well-being.
Dr. Bollocks is promoting the best and most spectacular research in neuroscience.
Sam Schwarzkopf, another great mind, discusses fascinating revelations in neuroscience and psychology.
A fascinating resource for the latest trends, amazing discoveries, and advancements in neuroscience and psychology.
Open Science Framework @OSFramework
Open minds need open science – and vice-versa!
Proceedings of the Natural Institute of Science (PNIS) @pnis_co
PNIS promotes the understanding of science through improved communication with the general public.
Retraction Watch @RetractionWatch
An archive of research simply too extraordinary and innovative to be published in academic journals, run by Adam Marcus and Ivan Oransky.
Replication Index @R__INDEX
Ulrich Schimmack profiles top-level psychological research and researchers so that they may reproduce!
sometimes i’m wrong @siminevazire
Follow Simine Vazire celebrating new findings and research practices in social psychology.
The original Psi-Chology site
A website about psychology, parapsychology, and genealogy, with a touch of New Age Light. Also a relic from the internet of the 90s.