Guide to information for the field of Psychology. This page is updated and added to frequently.
Each tab above introduces a range of resources from print to electronic for doing research in psychology. Please use the Comments option to submit suggestions or comments.
Databases provide a systematic method of searching for articles, and other documents, on your topic. Some databases to start research in psychology and related fields are:
- Psychology in ProQuest from Proquest
Provides indexing of over 300 professional and scholarly periodicals related to psychology. Includes bibliographic citations and abstracts of periodical articles; some full text and full image articles. Good coverage for late 1980's to present, with some earlier coverage.
- PsycINFO from Ovid
Coverage varies widely by title but segments go back into the 1800's. Indexes articles and provides descriptive, non-evaluative abstracts. Provides content summaries and tables of contents for book chapters and books.
- ERIC from Ovid
Comprehensive database sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. It indexes and provides abstracts for journal articles and specialized reports in educational fields such as early childhood education and development, perception and cognition, and testing. 1966 to present.
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For more information on finding and using articles see the 'Articles' tab above
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