1. Literature search: Databases and selected journals

2. Recommended Link Collections and Platforms

3. Links to regional institutions

4. Further recommendations for practical use

5. For preparation Textbook 'Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie'

6. Links to Institute's publications

1. Literature Search: Databases and Selected Journals

  • Sächsische Landes- und Universitätsbibliothek (SLUB)
  • The Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC/ZDB) allows you to find specific scientific journals anywhere in Germany.
  • Literature search (fee-based) via KIT
  • Free literature search with Pubmed; also possible using medscape (including many other means of information, but requires registration).

2. Recommended Link Collections and Platforms

Since there are many great link collections in the field of Clinical Psychology already, we will refrain from publishing our own lists, instead we point to the following sources. We look forward to suggestions for other useful links, and we will keep the list up to date.

  • The ZPID ist die central comprehensive documentation und information institution for the field of Psychology in the Federal Republic of Germany, and also offers - aside well-arranged link collections - some database information.
  • In many ways interesting - for public sphere, scientists and practitioners alike - are the web pages the american National Institute of Health, as well as the National Institute of Mental Health. For example, in its database RePORT (previously CRISP), you can find all earlier and recent clinical research project. As the (presumably) biggest German platform for psychological content, is still to be recommended.


3. Links to Regional Institutions

4. Further Recommendations for Practical Use

  • The Hogrefe Verlag offers, among others, the complete list of psychologists also active in sciene.
  • International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10)
  • Power Calculator (calculates statistical powers, or necessary sample sizes; for ANOVA see here). You can practise or look up things on the topic of statistics at Scotland.
  • Selfhtml (downloadable basic guidelines regarding the creation of websites). Another treasure chest in terms of clear webpage design: DR. WEB.