|Ramsey Library Research Guides
Research in Psychology
|Subject headings for reference materials
Psychology Handbooks Manuals Etc
Psychology Library Resources
Psychology Mathematical Models
Psychology Periodicals Indexes
Psychology Research Methodology
Psychology Research Periodicals
Psychology Statistical Methods
There are hundreds of headings in the online catalog for every population imaginable, from dolphins to werewolves.
|Subject headings for types of psychology
Correctional (Prison) Psychology
Clinical Health Psychology
|Subject headings for various populations
Psychology Cherokee Indians
Psychology Children Of Divorced Parents
Psychology Children Of Holocaust Survivors
Psychology Cigarette Smokers
Psychology College Students
|Subject headings for special subjects
Psychology In Literature
Psychology Moral And Ethical Aspects
There are many more subject headings in the catalog for very specific subjects (nearly 1300 subheadings under the subject "psychology").
Every type of psychological study or practice has its own journals in which authors report their original research findings. Many of these scholarly journals are peer reviewed by other recognized experts in the field for accuracy, validity, quality, adherence to research standards, documentation, or other criteria. Journal articles are excellent for keeping up with current trends and topics from a variety of viewpoints.
InfoTrac Academic OneFile: Indexes articles (with selected full-text) from a wide variety of subjects including psychology and other social sciences.
PsycINFO - Comprehensive index to the scholarly literature of psychology. Provides links to selected full-text American Psychological Association articles (via PsycARTICLES).
ERIC - Index to the literature in education, including educational psychology.
PubMED - Comprehensive medical index to psychiatry and related fields.
Library Use: A Handbook
for Psychology (2003); BF76.8.R43 2003
The Psychologist's Companion: A Guide to Scientific Writing for Students and Researchers (2003); BF76.8.S73 2003
Writing Literature Reviews: A Guide for Students of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (1999); H61.8.G3 1999
Beginning Research in Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods and Statistics (1995); BF76.5.D94 1995
Displaying Your Findings: a Practical Guide for Presenting Figures, Posters, and Presentations (2003); BF76.8 .N53 2003
The Mental Measurements
provides test descriptions & test review
citations); REF BF 176 .Z9 M46
Comprehensive Handbook of Psychological Assessment (4 volumes); REF BF 176 .C654 2004
Tests: a Comprehensive Reference for Assessments in Psychology, Education, and Business (5th ed.); REF BF176 .T43 2003
Citing Sources - Links to APA and other style guidelines for citing traditional and electronic resources.
ETS Test Collection Database - Educational Testing Service’s library of tests and other measurement devices providing information on standardized tests. Provides a comprehensive listing of assessment instruments from the early 1900's to the present.
PsycPort - APA site created to provide quick access to news and mass-media information related to psychology.
Psychological Research on the Net - An annotated list of psychological research currently being conducted on the web.
Writing a Psychology Literature Review - A guide from the University of Washington.
Link to the counseling research guide and resources available from Hunter Library.
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Updated 10 August 2006. Comments to the Library Web Team.