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Psychology: Research Methods (PSY33-214)|

PSY33-214, Fall 2018

Finding a specific article or a selected book chapter in PsycINFO

If you have an article citation and want to find that specific article, you can find it several ways.



  • Worldcat@SU for Selected Book Chapters in PsycINFO  ‚Äč Chapters from authored and edited books will be displayed with a Book icon in the database.  Books are selected if they are scholarly,  professional, or researched-based, English language,  and relevant to psychology.  Search the Worldcat@SU to see if we have the book.  If not, request the item from GET IT!: Interlibrary Loan to obtain the book or book chapter.


  • Open Access from PsycINFO -  An  Icon logo will appear that makes it clear if an article or journal is available in open access.  New featured just introduced.



Journal Citation Basics

Sometimes you already have a citation (maybe you found it on Google Scholar or saw it linked through another source), but want to find the article. Everything you need to locate your article is already found in the citation.  Example:  The Living Experience of Difficulty of Telling the Truth. A Parse Method Study.