Library Research Tips for Psychology: SS116 Elaine Settergren Online Librarian email@example.com http://globeeducationnetwork.com/library/
Today’s Tips Finding Scholarly Sources Resources Psychology Research Guide Psychology Collection [Gale] Psychology Journals [ProQuest] E-Books APA Citation
Finding Scholarly Sources Why Scholarly? Evaluate your sources Types of sources Scholarly/Academic/peer-reviewed Trade/professional Popular When you choose credible/authoritative sources, your paper will be stronger.
Resources Psychology Research Guide E-Books GU/MSB Book Catalog Tips: Broad keywords (not searching e-book yet) Search then narrow to “electronic” Click “online information” link Databases Psychology Collection [Gale] Psychology Journals [ProQuest]
APA Citation In-Text and References Use “cite” buttons in catalog and databases Use RefWorks Use a guide to help you with details: http://www.globeeducationnetwork.com/library/research-guides/citation/apa/ Muzina, D. J. (2008, December). Depression and anxiety: Distinguishing unipolar and bipolar disorders. (Case study). Journal of Family Practice, 57(12), p. 10. Retrieved from Psychology Collection via Gale database. The patent “thought he could undo the past by some ritualistic mental action” (Muzina, 2008).