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ENGLISH 1005 - College Writing and Research - Sermantha Louisy

A resource guide for best places to look for primary sources (research in scholarly journals) and secondary sources (books and high quality news).

APA PsycInfo (research on human behavior)

PsycINFO - Database for research on human behavior.

APA PsycInfo is a powerful database for research into human behavior.  APA PsycInfo allows you to limit by publication date and age groups. 

    

APA PsycInfo will not only allow you to limit to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals, but within the Methodology options you can limit to EMPIRICAL STUDY or more specifically to either a QUALITATIVE STUDY or a QUANTITATIVE STUDY.

Where to look for primary sources (scholarly peer-reviewed journals)

Link to Rod Library Databases A-Z

   

Multi-Disciplinary Databases    

    

     

Subject Specific Databases

             

Google Scholar

     

Google Scholar - Link for off campus
               

Use Google Scholar links provided by Rod Library when off campus to link to research purchased for you by UNI.

To locate recent research  in Google Scholar you will need to use the "Since" option on the upper-left hand side of the results page.

To learn more about using quotes and the intitle: command visit Advanced Research Techniques: Google Scholar