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This research guide provides tips for getting started with research in psychology and describes useful research tools and resources.
Course Specific Resources
PSY 4611: Senior Symposium
Open Access Resources for Psychology
Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL). Now called: GALE EBOOKS
The GVRL collection includes encyclopedias and other reference works supporting a wide range of academic disciplines.
SAGE eReference Encyclopedias
A collection of over 50 encyclopedias about business, counseling, criminology, education, geography, health, media, politics, psychology, and sociology.
E-Book Central (ProQuest)
ProQuest Ebook Central (formerly ebrary and EBL) is a multidisciplinary collection of ebooks from numerous academic publishers.
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NOTE: Titles can be dropped by the publisher without prior notice.
This collection includes over 8,000 ebooks covering a range of academic topics.
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Humanities E-book (ACLS)
The Humanities E-Book collection includes nearly 4000 ebooks. Subject focus is the humanities disciplines and area studies.
Print books dealing with Psychology can be found in the following areas in the library:
- Subclass BF, (located on the
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