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This subject guide is intended to be a starting point for your research on psychology topics using library resources. Recommended databases, journals, reference tools, and websites are listed. Links are provided to electronic sources.
Databases – Search library databases to find journal articles and other information sources on a topic. Some journal articles are available in full-text through the database or through FindIt links. See the Find Articles tab in this guide.
Journals – Scholarly, academic, or professional journals provide articles authored by professionals in the field. Current research is often reported in scholarly journals. See the Find Articles tab in this guide.
Reference Sources – Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Handbooks and other sources to consult for information and to find bibliographic references to additional information sources. See the Reference Sources tab in this guide.
Websites – Selected sites with information provided by professional associations, government agencies, educational institutions, libraries, and other authoritative sources. See the Internet Sources tab in this guide.
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