|Canadian Psychology Sites|
|Canada has a long history of excellence in scientific
psychology (e.g., Donald Hebb, who developed what is know known as the Hebbian
synapse; Brenda Milner, renowned for her research with amnesic patient HM;
Endul Tulving and Gus Craik, leaders in the science of memory; Lee Brooks
and Alan Paivio, famed for foundational research on imagery and memory).
According to a recent report, Canada ranks third in the world rankings of
highly cited papers in psychology and neuroscience (behind the USA and UK,
both of which have much larger populations). Canada has 49 universities
that include psychology and/or counselling departments. Below are
links that may be useful to students studying psychology in Canada (as well
as to those living elsewhere who are considering coming to Canada for further
Yahoo Education Financial Aid Canadian Listings
Canadian Federal Granting Agencies (some of which provide funding for undergraduates, graduates, and/or postgraudates)
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)
National Canadian Professional Organizations with memberships and resources for students
Canadian Psychological Association
Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans
Classics in the History of Psychology
Free access to full texts of +225 historically significant psychology books, articles, and chapters, plus links to over 200 relevant works posted at other sites. The content is international, but the Editor of the site is Prof. Christopher D. Green of York University in Toronto, Ontario.Government of Canada Information RE non-Canadian Students
Each year, more than 130,000 non-Canadians come to Canada to study. This is the official source of information regarding what such students need to do to make their stay in Canada legal as well as educational!How to Get Into Graduate School in Research-oriented Psychology
Canadian psychologist Steve Lindsay offers his advice.
List provided by the Department of Psychology at the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. If you have suggestions for additional Canadian links, please email Steve Lindsay.