Search the library's online and print collections for journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, as well as videos and most books and e-books.
For peer-reviewed journals, choose "Limit to scholarly publications."
Finding Articles: Getting Started
Journals are the main source for original research and analysis in psychology and many other subjects. If you have never used journals, these guides may help you learn how to get started.
Follow the link below to find journals by title, identifying number, or subject. Find Psychology journals through the Browse by Subject box, under Social Sciences.
Selected Psychology Journals
These are some well-known psychology journals:
Databases for Research in Psychology
Use library databases to start your research in books, journals, magazines, newspapers, and other published sources.
You may want to select the "full text" or "scholarly journals" option with some databases.
Other Useful Databases
Depending on your topic, you may need to use databases from various other fields.
Other Library Guides That May Be Helpful
For some topics, you may want to explore research or news from other fields of study.
Use these library guides to quickly find the best databases in each field:
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