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The University Libraries own a variety of resources to use when researching your topics. The following are a few core tools in Psychology to help you begin your research. This guide was originally created by Nonny Schlotzhauer, and updated by Jenny Bowers
The most comprehensive medical database. This resource covers medicine, dentistry, nursing, physical therapy, biomedical research, clinical practice, administration, policy issues, and health care services. Content dates from 1950 - present. This version uses the Web of Science platform.
The Educational Resource Information Center (ERIC), sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, is the world's largest source of education information, encompassing journal articles and education-related documents.
Contains critical reviews and descriptive information for more than 2,000 commercially available instruments and standardized tests covering educational skills, personality, vocational aptitude, psychology, and related areas. It corresponds to the printed Mental Measurements Yearbooks (9th to the present).
The Campbell Collaboration provides systematic reviews in order to help inform policy and service decisions regarding the effectiveness of certain interventions. The Social Welfare Coordinating Group section features both completed reviews and reviews in progress. The library of systematic reviews can be searched by title, author, or keyword, or browsed by broad subject categories (social and human sciences, education, politics, law and economics), most recent documents, or those accessed most frequently.