AHP: Advances in the History of Psychology. A news and notes aggregator, which keeps you noitfied of resources, publications, conferences and other events of interest to students and researchers. There's also commentary and guest posts on various issues.
Psychology Resources Around the World: Resources listed by country, region or resource type. Good for finding out about conferences and national standards and asssociations.
Social Psychology Network: comprehensive site with resources for research and teaching.
APA - American Psychological Association: Links to the Society's events, style and publications, as well as news resources for latest research developments.
BNA: British Neuroscience Association. This includes a link to further online resources selected by the BNA Council and Committee.
Experimental Psychology Society: We have full access to this society's journal at BU, but this site has a good news page to find out about forthcoming events and conferences.
The DANA Foundation: Links tand posts about research into the brain, with short pieces on the most up to date work.
These are useful general resources for using social media for academic work and research.
Is Google the only way to search the web?
It has its uses, but here are some other search engines you can use, some of which may be much more helpful for academic work.