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Welcome

This research guide is created for the students who take the Psychology  Research Methods class.  The guide contains information resources and search tips for finding scholarly articles and and other types of publications. 

Around The Library

Renew your books online

This brief video will show you how.

 

Off-campus access

To access library databases -- including e-books and streaming media -- from off-campus, use your SUeID user name and password when prompted to login.  Your SUeID is used everywhere across the campus--be sure and remember your name and password.  Call helpdesk-7333 if you do not remember your password.

 

Choose a Research Topic

Reference books can help you explore potential topics.  We have books in electronic and print format.

 Topics for consideration on APA site:

 

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Library databases are the best starting point when you are looking for scholarly or peer-reviewed articles.  These databases contain records of published articles, book chapters, dissertations, or other types of items.  Since they are online, you can search them anywhere and at anytime.  But remember, if you use them off-campus, you need to login using your SUeID account.

Some databases include full-text articles but others don't.  The "link to full-text" icon helps you to trace down the full-text of an article. 

The databases listed at the center of this page are commonly used ones for psychology related research.

 

Need Extra Help?

The video below will show you how to set up a research appointment with a librarian. The Ask A Librarian page can be used to ask a simple question. You can also get help by coming to the InfoDesk on the first floor of the library.

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Reporting Research in Pyschology @SLC

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