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PSY 101, Lavery, South: Library Resources

Library resources to assist with your research and writing assignment

Journal Finder



APA Citation Style

What is Plagiarism?

What is plagiarism and more importantly, how do you avoid plagiarism? Use the links here from the Library's iconnect online tutorial to learn more about properly giving credit to others' ideas and work in your research and writing.

Peer-Reviewed Sources

Peer review is an editorial process that helps ensure the information you are relying on in an article for your academic research and writing is accurate. Basically, scholars and experts in a specific area of research review another author's research and writing before it is published in a peer-reviewed journal, such as The American Journal of Psychology. To learn more about articles published in a peer-reviewed journal, take a look at the Databases: Articles page from the Library's iconnect tutorial.


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