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Psychology

Databases
PsycINFO 1967-
Index and abstracts of articles, books, chapters, dissertations, and reports in psychology. more information

PsycINFO Historical 1872-1966
Index and abstracts of historical psychological journals, 1872-1966. more information

Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection
Index, abstracts, and full text covering topics such as emotional and behavioral characteristics, psychiatry and psychology, mental processes, anthropology, and observational and experimental methods. more information

Mental Measurements Yearbook
Comprehensive guide to over 2,000 contemporary testing instruments. Provides descriptive information (e.g., test purpose, publisher, pricing) and reviews. Tests included are commercially available in the English language.

Tests in Print
Bibliography to all known commercially available tests that are currently in print in the English language. Provides information on purpose, publisher, in-print status, price, acronym, intended population, administration times, publication date, and authors.

Social Sciences Citation Index (ISI Web of Science)
Index, abstracts, and cited references for articles in the social sciences. more information

Reference Books
Electronic Titles
Electronic Reference Books (ABC-CLIO)
Click on a title to browse its table of contents or do a keyword search.

Oxford Reference, Politics and Social Sciences
Full text access to A Dictionary of Psychology. more information

Print Titles
Dictionary of Psychology (REF BF 31.C33 1999)

Use this dictionary for quick definitions of psychology terms.

Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology (REF BF 31.E52 1994)
Four-volume encyclopedia containing over 1,200 entries pertaining to the field of psychology. Covers various subjects within psychology as well as important figures who have contributed to this discipline.

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – Fourth Edition Text Revision (DSM-IV TR) –(REF RC455.2 .C4 .D54 2000)
Describes criteria for diagnosing mental disorders. Considered the source to use when diagnosing a disorder.

(Kazdin) Encyclopedia of Psychology (REF BF 31.E52 2000)
Eight-volume psychology encyclopedia containing 1,500 articles and nearly 400 biographies written by experts within the field of psychology. Considered the standard psychology encyclopedia.

Encyclopedia of Stress (REF QP 82.2.S8 E53 2000)
Three-volume encyclopedia containing 394 articles on all aspects of stress, including genetic, biochemical, physiological, and psychological. Each article is signed, contains an outline, a glossary, cross-references, and a bibliography.

Handbook of Child Psychology (REF BF721 .H242 2006)
Volume 1, Theoretical Models of Human Development
Volume 2, Cognition, Perception, and Language
Volume 3, Social, Emotional, and Personality Development
Volume 4, Child Psychology in Practice
This four volume set covers in detail the cognitive and social development of children.

The Handbook of Social Psychology, Third Edition (REF HM 251. H224 1985)
Two-volume resource providing chapters on aspects of social psychology. Volume 1 covers theory and methods. Volume 2 covers special fields and applications.

Mental Measurements Yearbooks (REF BF 431.Z99 B932)
List English-language tests that are currently available in print. Provides reviews of the tests in addition to standard information such as test name, test purpose, population for which the test is intended, price, author, and time needed to administer the test.

Tests (REF BF 176.T43 1997)
Provides information on thousands of tests used in psychology, education, and business. Lists the author, purpose, description, format, cost, and more for each test but does not attempt to review or evaluate the tests.

Neuroscience Reference
Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (REF RC 334.E53)
Containing over 700 articles written by experts, this encyclopedia is an excellent resource for basic information about topics in neuroscience or to find ideas for narrowing a broad research topic.

Elsevier's Encyclopedia of Neuroscience (CD-ROM) (RC 334 .E53 1997)
Located in the Media Center, this electronic encyclopedia is an updated and expanded edition of the 1987 version listed above.

Journals
Current Print Titles
American Journal of Psychology
Behavioral Disorders
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Perceptual & Motor Skills
Psychological Reports
Psychology Today

Full Text Titles in the Electronic Journal Center
Psychology and Psychiatry title list
General Social Sciences title list

Web Sites
Academic Info Psychology Gateway
Contains links to many websites dealing with a wide range of topics in psychology, including general psychology links, mental health resources, statistics, and more.

American Psychological Association
Official website of the American Psychological Association. Offers current psychology-related news stories, resources for students, and information on topics from addictions to workplace issues.

APA Research Style Crib Sheet
Provides information on rules for using APA style.

Encyclopedia of Psychology
Extensive online encyclopedia that links to psychology websites. Search for a particular topic or browse the categories.

Galaxy Directory: Psychology
Web directory of psychology websites. Search option available.

Internet Mental Health
Provides mental health information to professionals, students, support groups, and patients and their families. Contains extensive information on the description, treatments, medications, and research of mental disorders.

Mental Help Net
Designed for use by the general public. Contains information on wellness, mental health, family, and relationship issues. Provides various resources and services, such as book reviews, tests and questionnaires, self-help groups, and job information.

National Institute of Mental Health
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the Federal Government's principal biomedical and behavioral research agency. NIMH is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

PsycPORT
Psychology in the news from the the American Psychological Association.

Psych Central
Provides links to over 1,700 websites reviewed by the author. Each website is briefly described and includes an average rating by site visitors. Psych Central also contains a medication library, psychology articles and news, disorder information, and more.

Psych Crawler
Searches within quality psychology sites. Developed by the American Library Association.

Social Psychology Network
Contains links to websites dealing with issues related to social psychology.  Also contains a database of over 1,000 social or personality psychologists, which has both a search and browse option.  Other features include discussion forums, links by psychology subject area, links to psychology journals, and more.

Social Science Information Gateway: Psychology
Evaluates and categorizes psychology websites. For each website, there is a description, list of keywords, list of subjects, and a resource type (for example, organisations/societies, resource guides, educational materials, and so on).

WWW Virtual Library: Psychology
Provides access to websites that cover a wide range of areas within psychology.

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