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Psychology

Welcome!

Introduction

Welcome to the Subject Guide for Psychology. This guide provides an introduction to Psychology resources available via the Library.

The guidance and resources within this guide will get you started on your search journey. You’ll find information to help you with finding and accessing:

  • Books
  • Articles
  • Web Resources
  • Search tips to fine tune your searches
  • Referencing help

Books

To search for books and eBooks you can use Library Search. Library Search is a tool which enables you to search the library catalogue and other resources (e.g. journal or newspaper articles, reports) in one simple search.

Reading lists

Reading Lists for Psychology are on the University’s Reading Lists system:


Reading Lists

There is also a Reading Lists Help Page.

If the library doesn't have a book you need, you can either:

Articles

A great starting point to find articles is Library Search. This is a tool which enables you to search the library catalogue and other resources (e.g. journal or newspaper articles, reports) in one simple search.

If you need to explore the literature further and undertake a comprehensive search, the following key databases can be used to begin a comprehensive search of the Psychology literature.

PsycARTICLES

PsycARTICLES

PsycINFO

PsycINFO

JSTOR

JSTOR

MEDLINE

MEDLINE

CINAHL

CINAHL

PubMed

PubMed

Don't forget to look at the full listing of databases.

Getting articles not held at Essex

Our Inter-Library Loans service can get articles not held at Essex from other libraries (usually from the British Library). For more information see our pages on requesting Inter-Library Loans.

Searching

No matter what stage of your studies you're in, you will need to do some research for your assignments.

We've got you covered, from simple search tips to advanced search skills we will guide you through creating a search strategy, carrying out a search and choosing the right resources.

Find resources to answer your research methods and statistics questions with Sage Research Methods

Sage Research Methods subject guide for psychology

Search Skills Moodle Course

Search Skills Moodle Course

Referencing

To find out about the referencing style used within Psychology, and for help with referencing, visit the referencing page and select Psychology from the drop-down box.

Psychology students will be expected to use APA (Cite them Right) style of referencing, and apply this correctly and consistently across their academic work.

Referencing



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