GENETICS, PREGNANCY, AND BIRTH
DEATH, DYING, AND BEREAVEMENT
Information on many hereditary diseases, as well as social, ethical, and legal issues surrounding the research in this discipline.
If you want further information about basic concepts in prenatal medicine (ie.e amniocentesis, birth defects, etc.), this is the place.
Although you have to misspell birth to get to this site (see above), it is an interesting site devoted to educating the public about doulas and home birth.
Helpful sections for parents and professionals. Nice work with developmental milestones, etc.
CHILDREN MUST BE READ TO EVERY DAY, but are you tired of reading Dr. Seuss? This is a list of authors who write children's books. Go to the library today.
A list of sites which have freeware and shareware materials for children in early childhood. Great if you have kids or work with them!
Everything you ever wanted to know about Montessori methods.
A list of links for information on the physical, social, and emotional development in middle childhood. Choose from topics like ADHD, Montessori for older children, gender identity, and others.
Your kids want to play on the Internet, but you can't agree on any sites? This site lists 700+ spectacular sites just for kids (and many of them sneak in educational stuff, too!
Great articles about issues related to the development of individuals in late adulthood.
A site devoted to discussing the developmental changes in middle age. Many topics are discussed including the physical, financial, and recreational concerns of individuals in middle adulthood.
Learn more about developmental psychologists at this link for Division 7 of APA.
Great page with links to numerous mental health issues for teens
Oberlin has put together a spectacular site with links to hundreds of articles on specific aspects of adolesent development.
The National Institute on Aging
Help from Hospice for dying patients and their caretakers, as well as information about the grief process after death.
There is plenty of information out there about the developmental issues of 20-somethings. Think about the plethora of websites related to dating, marriage, pregnancy, and so on. Here are just a few:
Total Momsense by Anita Renfroe
Total Dadsense by Anita Renfroe
Some of the best info out there on setting up an RSS Feed.This document is a little advanced for the technophobe, but if you insert the topic that you are interested in (like childbirth) for the word "weblog" it will make a lot more sense.
Never written an APA Bibliography before? This website provides all the details that you need no matter what sources you need to document.
This is a school psychology website that has great resources on major issues such as mental health, disabilities and giftedness,student behavior, violence and terrorism, and parenting resources.
The Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine has compiled a list of useful links related to adolescent health