Psychology, Cognitive Science Links.

Why study Psychology?

What is Psychology

Careers in Psychology

Five top reasons to study Psychology


In the mind of the brain, An interview Frontline had with the renowned neuroscientist Prof.Ramachandran- read his views on the mystery of consciousness and also access Reith lecture series of BBC.

Readings and videos on Positive Psychology

A new era of Positive Psychology Ted Talk…



Click for Congress Journal

Click to read about authentic happiness and take test

Click for Psychology Degree Programmes

Explore the role of heart in human performance

Institute of Integral Studies, USA

MIT free course -Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology


Psychology: An Introduction

by Russell A. Dewey, PhD

Here is the full online book


Valuable links

University of Cambridge Well-Being Institute

Centre for Applied Positive Psychology (England)

Academy of Cognitive Therapy

Albert Ellis Institute (formerly Institute for Rational Emotive Therapy)

American Psychological Association (APA)

American Psychological Foundation (APF)

American Psychological Society (APS)

Asian Network of Positive Psychology

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research

Canadian Psychological Association (CPA)

Center for Cognitive Therapy

Council of Scientific Society Presidents (CSSP)

Happiness Research Database

Helping Others Live Sober

International Society for Quality of Life Studies

Journal of Positive Psychology

Learned Helplessness Home Page

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Positive Organizational Scholarship at the University of Michigan School of Business

Positive Psychology Daily News by MAPP Graduates

Penn National Commission on Society, Culture, and Community

Random Acts of Kindness Foundation


Our Neuroscience Centre in Colombo

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