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A resource guide for researching topics in psychology.

e-Resources

Search Google Scholar

Google Scholar is Google’s tool for searching scholarly literature.

  • Just search using the field below. In your search results, look for the Find Full Text USciences link next to individual results and click it to access full text via our e-resource subscriptions. (The link should only appear next to items available in our collection.)
  • If you do not see the Find Full Text USciences link next to an item, look beneath the citation for a blue chevron sign (>>and click on it.  You may then see a link that says GetIt@USciences that can help you find the full text of the article.

Important Note: Google Scholar's search results are not exhaustive, so do not assume that you have found "everything" on your topic via Scholar. It is just one tool to employ in your searches.

Google Scholar Search

Books & e-Books

There are several ways to search for books and e-books in the library collection:

Citing Your Sources

American Psychological Association (APA) Style

Other Citation Resources

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  • Users may migrate their accounts to New RefWorks at any time by choosing the "Move to the newest version of RefWorks from ProQuest" link when logged into the "legacy" platform, and then following these steps.  However, it is not advisable to migrate to the new platform while you are engaged in a writing project and actively using RefWorks.  Any document that is begun using legacy Refworks must be finished using legacy RefWorks, rather than the new platform.
  • See our How to Write a Reference page (https://library.usciences.edu/help/how-to-write-a-reference.asp#2) to learn more about Refworks' "Write-N-Cite" plugin for MS Word (available for PC and Mac).
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