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This guide is intended to provide a starting point for your psychology research. You will find lists of books, journals and databases that may be helpful, along with links to websites with good information for psychology students.
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Finding Articles - Psychology
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Explore full text journals covering psychiatry, psychology and related topics.
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Search general interest magazines, books, primary source documents, and images.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context This link opens in a new window
Opposing Viewpoints collects many articles on both sides of societies "hot topic" debates. Look at the Video Games topic for research relevant to this topic.
Reference - Psychology
The library has several online sources for facts. If you need a definition, or a quick synopsis of something - check out these resources.
Psychology and Mental Health
The latest tile in Salem Press' award-winning Salem Health series, Psychology and Mental Health explores a fascinating array of subjects in the field of psychology and mental health. Topics are covered in an A-Z format and include notable theories, social issues, the physiology and anatomy of the nervous system and various mental illnesses or conditions.
Psychology Basics (Encyclopedia)
This Revised Edition is drawn from the four volume Magill's Encyclopedia of Social Science: Psychology (2003), which was named a 2004 Outstanding Reference Source by RUSA. It features approximately 125 essays, one-third of which are new.
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