This is a guide to resources for psychology. The tabs at the top of the guide provide information on how to find articles from databases, search for books, and locate additional resources.
Contact your librarian for more assistance.
Sigmund Freud's Inner Circle
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Background exploration of a topic is crucial to good research. Reference encyclopedias, dictionaries, and handbooks are the tools to use if you want to get an overview of a subject, find definitions of terms, get biographical information on a key figure in the field, or locate recommended lists of readings.
Look at some of the background sources recommended, whether they are individual print and electronic titles or collections in a database.
CREDO is an example of a database containing a collection of electronic reference titles.
Print reference titles are available on the first floor of the library.
Encyclopedia of Human Behavior Encyclopedia of Psychology
Ref 150.3 En 19h Ref 150 H1911p
Encyclopedia of Social Psychology DSM V
Ref 302.03 En197sp Ref 616.89075 D54
Handbook of Psychology Pictorial History of Psychology
Ref 150 H19171p Ref 150.9022 P1589h
Qualitative Research in Psychology Criminal Psychology
Ref 150.72 Sa184h Ref 364.3 C8684p
These are some print and electronic book titles accessible from the Boreham Library catalog. For electronic books, click on the title link for access.