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Psychology

These pages have been designed to help you as you begin the research process. Whether you're working on a research paper or preparing a presentation we're confident that you'll find all the research tips and tools to make the job easier.

Recommended Psychology Sources

The Evans Library provides online access to a large number of psychology related articles. You can search for articles in databases by clicking on the links below. Need more help? Ask a librarian!

Reliable information is most important when using information from websites. Most verifiable and reliable information comes for organization (.org); education (.edu); or government (.gov) sites. We have listed a few of them here.

These books can be always be found in the 1st floor Reference section of the Evans Library.  eBooks can be used anywhere by clicking on the title of the book. If you need help, ask a Librarian!

Streaming films specific to psychology topics can be found in Films on Demand and ProQuest Allied Health and are available on this page. A short tutorial on using Films on Demand is below.  If you need help accessing any of these sites, ask a Librarian!

Research

 

           Chart - qualitative vs quantitative

 

Qualitative vs quantitative data