PsychSplash started out as a personal project of Dr Gareth Furber in May 2006. His goal was to create a showcase of the many interesting and high-quality psychology-related sites he found whilst searching the web. For two years, he collected, categorised and showcased these resources on the PsychSplash blog.
In July 2008, Gareth decided to call it a day with PsychSplash to pursue other interests, handing the reins over to the fine folks at Psych Central. PsychSplash is now a proud member of the Psych Central Network and is maintained by the resource editors at Psych Central, who continue to honor the original mission — surfing the web, one psychology site at a time!
In addition to the sites displayed on the home page, we have an extensive archive of sites which can be browsed by category. You can also search for sites using the search box on the left hand side. To make it easy for readers to keep up with the latest entries into the Resource Database, PsychSplash offers subscription via RSS. You can grab the PsychSplash RSS feed here.
To suggest a site for inclusion in the PsychSplash database, please contact us through this form.
Also, if your site has been included in the database, and you wish to promote that fact, feel free to include our badge on your site.
The PsychSplash Resource Database includes multiple hyperlinks to websites and resources on the Internet. These hyperlinks lead to websites published or operated by third parties who are not affiliated with or in any way related to PsychSplash. They have been included in the database to showcase the wide range of different psychology-related websites that are available to students, clinicians and researchers. In choosing the sites to include in the database, I endeavor to select reputable websites and good quality sources of information.
However, providing hyperlinks to external websites or webpages does not imply that I endorse, recommend, approve or guarantee the services/ products found on these websites. I am unable to guarantee the content of any externally linked website is accurate or appropriate. In addition, I cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time and I have no control over the availability of the linked pages. You use or follow these links at your own risk and PsychSplash is not responsible for any damages or losses incurred or suffered by you arising out of or in connection with your use of the link. I am not a party to any contractual arrangements entered into between you and the provider of the external website unless otherwise expressly specified or agreed to by myself.
A number of the links provided are to websites that contain downloadable or web-based software. Again this is done to increase your awareness of the different software options available on the web. I am not responsible for any difficulties you may encounter in downloading/ using the software or for any consequences from your doing so. Please remember that the use of any software downloaded from the Internet may be governed by a license agreement and your failure to observe the terms of such license agreement may result in an infringement of intellectual property rights of the relevant software provider which we are not in any way responsible.