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Psychology: Articles

Find scholarly resources in psychology

START Your Research HERE! Proquest Psychology Database - Your BEST BET for Articles

Search WorldCat for Articles

Search for Articles

You can begin your search with the Articles Tab. It's easy to revise your results by limiting to peer reviewed or full text, changing terms, dates, etc. VIEW NOW will link you directly to the articles.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar Search

Why Use Google Scholar?


1. The searching is free.

2. It uses a simple, familiar interface that works much like regular Google.

3. It finds citations for scholarly books, articles, and conference papers from a wide range of disciplines.

4. Your Librarian can get you full text of articles for free using the citations you find on Google Scholar.


1. Results are often NOT full-text and payment or logins are required to access information. This can be very frustrating.

2. Criteria used for selecting "scholarly" materials is not given. Search results include a mixture of articles and books as well as unpublished manuscripts, and a variety of resources.

3. Much of the full text is available only with payment and it is often VERY EXPENSIVE.

4. Search strategies and vocabulary are not controlled like database search interfaces.

Interlibrary Loan

Inter-library Loan (ILL)

We can get what you need from another Library! Just ask.

If you need the full text of an article that is not available or a book or chapter, contact your Librarian. Articles can be requested from other Libraries at no cost. Send the citation information to your Librarian or place a request directly through WorldCat.