Last updated: June 2, 2003
Narrative Psychology Search
Recognitions and Awards
The World Wide Web (WWW) was created from the 1989 concepts of Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau (of CERN) and the first commercial web browser, NCSA Mosaic, only appeared in 1993. Thus, the WWW is so new that we are still seeking to define standards of excellence and quality for academic materials found online. This web-based resource has been developing as an available site since 1996, relatively early in the life of the WWW. Early recognitions noted below have given way to other forms of notice. I try simply to suggest some of evidence of external reviewers attesting to this sites' academic utility and quality.
Recent or Current Evaluations
A Recommended site (Rating: 4/5) by PsychNet-UK. Category: Narrative Therapy Narrative Psychology is Argus Clearinghouse approved with a rating
Categories: Health & Medicine & Social Science/Social Issues
Recommended Links (Selected): Libraries & Academic/Professional Sites.
These sites provide a link to (and may offer an explicitly positive evaluation of) this web resource.
- California State University at Los Angeles. University Library. Psychology-Academic Web Links ("Useful for Library Research")
- Harvard University, School of Education. Monroe C. Gutman Library: Web Links for Research in Education.
- McGill University Libraries (Montreal, Canada): Humanities & Social Sciences Library: Psychology Subject Guide to Internet & Print Sources
- Temple University Libraries. Psychology Links
- University of Aukland Library, New Zealand. Internet Resources: Psychology
- University of Bristol (UK): Information Services. Counselling-Internet Links.
- Université du Québec à Montréal (Canada). Bibliothèques de l'UQAM. Ressources thématiques. Psychologie
- University of Houston (Texas) Libraries. Psychology Indexes, Abstracts, Bibliographies, and Table of Contents Services
- University of Leeds (UK). York-St. John College Library. Subject Guide in Psychology.
- University of Texas (Austin) Library. Social Science Guides: Internet Resources-Psychology.
- University of York (UK). Psychology Information Sources
- Wellesley College Library. Research Resources for Psychology.
- Canadian Counseling Association, Ottawa, Ontario
- Social Construction of the Self: Concepts of Self in Social Construction Theory, Sean Gallagher, Phenomenology & the Cognitive Sciences, Canisius College
- California State University, Northridge - Department of Educational Psychology & Counseling
- Center for Biographical Research (U Hawaii). Life Writing Resource Links.
- CogWeb (Cognitive/Cultural Studies), Prof. Francis Steen, Communications Studies, University of California at Los Angeles
- Evanston Family Therapy Center, Evanston, IL
- IBM Research: Knowledge Socialization Project. Connections ("The site [Narrative Psychology] has an exhaustive bibliography and many links on narrative issues, especially as they apply to psychological and social studies.")
- Indiana University East, Psychology Department: Research & Statistics
- I.S.P. Istituto per lo Studio delle Psicoterapie, Roma, Italy
- International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition; University of California, San Diego
- MCS (Media & Commuications Studies Site), University of Wales, Aberysthwyth: Social Science & Humanities (recommended site)
- MISQ Discovery, the online archive of the Management Information Systems Quarterly (Carlson School of Management,
University of Minnesota)
- QualNet: The Qualitative Network at the University of Michigan: Qualitative Research Resources
- Universidad Complutense, Departamento de Psicología Social, Madrid, España. Direcciones de interés.
- Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brasil, Psychology Department, Psico-Links
- University College, Cork, Ireland, Department of Applied Psychology, Resources for Applied Psychology
- Sites of Significance for Semiotics III: Links. Applied Semiotics/Semiotique Appliquee: A Refereed Journal of Literary Research on the World Wide Web (Pascal Michelucci). Department of French Studies, University of Toronto, Canada.
- WWWRSW (World Wide Web Resources for Social Workers): Psychology. New York University, Ehrenkranz School of Social Work & Mount Sinai Medicine School of Medicine, Division of Social Work and Behavioral Science "...designed to facilitate access to professionally relevant information on the WWW"
Citations in Scholarly Works (Articles, Books, etc.)
- Raskin, J. D. (2002). Constructivism in psychology: Personal construct psychology, radical constructivism, and social constructionism. American Communication Journal, 5(3). Available online.
- Raskin, J. D. (2002). Constructivism in psychology: Personal construct psychology, radical constructivism, and social constructionism. In J. D. Raskin & S. K. Bridges (Eds.), Studies in meaning: Exploring constructivist psychology (pp. 1-25). New York: Pace University Press. (Same as preceeding item.)
- Imagination and the Adapted Mind: The Prehistory and Future of Poetry, Fiction, and Related Arts. An Interdisciplinary Conference. August 26-29, 1999. University of California, Santa Barbara. Relevant web sites.
Some Previous/No Longer Active Evaluations
On 12/22/97 Narrative Psychology: Internet and Resource Guide was selected as one of the best sites on the Web by Lycos TOP 5%. On 2/1/99 Narrative Psychology was listed as 13th among the 22 Psychology sites on the Lycos Top 5% list. Here is their review
Narrative Psychology originally received a ("must see") rating from
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