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Getting Started/Reference Sources
APA Dictionary of Psychology, REF BF31.A65 2007
Baker Encyclopedia of Psychology and Counseling, REF BF31 B25 1999
Biographical Dictionary of Psychology, REF BF109.A1.B56 1997
Classics in the History of Psychology: Full text of historically important works in psychology, from Plato to Freud to modern psychologists.
Dictionary of Psychology, REF BF31.C72 2002
Encyclopedia of Health and Behavior, REF R726.5.E53 2004
Encyclopedia of Multicultural Psychology, REF GN502.E63 2006
Encyclopedia of Psychology, REF BF31.E52 2000
Oxford Dictionary of Psychology, REF BF31.C65 2003
Psychology with Style: A guide to writing psychology research reports.
Publication Manual of the APA – on reserve in Misenheimer, REF BF76.7.P83 in Charlotte
World's Easiest Guide to Using the APA, on reserve in Charlotte
More dictionaries and encyclopedias related to these subjects are available in the Misenheimer reference room and the Charlotte library.
PsycArticles: Full text of all APA journals and other psychology journals
PsycINFO: Index to psychology journals, including some full text. Searching PsycINFO also searches PsycArticles
Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection: Nearly 400 full text journals in psychology and related fields
ProQuest Psychology Database: Database of clinical and social psychology journals
Family & Society Studies Worldwide: Comprehensive coverage of research, policy, and practice literature in the fields of Family Science, Human Ecology, Human Development, and Social Welfare
Published International Literature on Traumatic Stress (PILOTS): Citations of articles on PTSD and other trauma-related psychological conditions
Violence & Abuse Abstracts: Indexing and abstracting of important resources covering all aspects of violence and abuse
You can find out if we have a particular journal, and if so where to find it, using Find a Journal. You can request articles in journals we don't own via interlibrary loan.
Pfeiffer's Catalog (no password needed). Books and e-books in both libraries. Psychology books usually have call numbers beginning with BF and are located on the 2nd stack level in Misenheimer. Those that are more psychiatry-related will have call numbers beginning with R and are located on the 4th level. Misenheimer books can be sent to Charlotte and vice-versa.
WorldCat: A database of books in libraries everywhere. You can request books we don't own via interlibrary loan.