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Jessie Ball duPont Library

Psychology 101: Principles of Psychology

A guide to basic information resources in Psychology.

Welcome

This subject guide is a gathering of resources to prepare you for the research in Psychology 101: Principles of Psychology.  If you would like something added or need help using some of the resources, please contact me.

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Online Reference Collections

Reference Books for Psychology Students

Handbook of Psychology

Twelve volumes-- each volume is a special psychology topic: History, Research Methods, Biological, Experimental, Personality, Developmental, Educational, Clinical, Health, Assessment, Forensic, Industrial/Organizational.

Learn Helpful Research Skills

The library has put together a series of guides that are helpful through all parts of the research process. Be sure to take a look at these guides for more information on topics like Choosing and Using Library Databases, Research Writing, and Citing Your Sources

Choosing Keywords

Don't forget to think of similar, related terms when searching in the library catalog or PsycINFO. For example, don't search for teenagers; try adolescents instead!