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Jessie Ball duPont Library

Psychology 357: Child Development

A guide to basic information resources in Child Development, Psychology 357.

duPont Library Call Numbers

BF  Psychology

RC Psychiatry

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Using TigerSearch

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TigerSearch searches our library’s holdings along with the contents of most of our databases. Some databases are not accessible to TigerSearch, so if you want to search those databases, you need to go to them directly. (See a list of databases not included in TigerSearch here.)

The filters give you lots of ways to target your results, by language, by geographic area, by type of material. Buttons also allow you to limit your search to peer reviewed articles or items that have full text available online.

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  • When you find your book, look around at the books around it. You may end up finding other great resources.

Use WorldCat to:

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