“physical illness” is actually “physical disorders”
In the first example, the search will retrieve everything on "eating disorders" as well as references to the terms "women" and "self-esteem", and everything on "media".In the second example, we have used the parentheses to control our query to only find articles about eating disorders or women that reference self-esteem or media.
Text boxes (“data wells”) are where you type your search terms.<br />The Search Screen<br />Field drop-down menus allow you to limit the fields of the article record in which to search for your terms.<br />Boolean drop-down menus allow you to search according to the relationship between terms (and, or, not). <br />
The Search Result Screen and the Article Record<br />
Searching for articles using PsychINFO<br />Subject Terms (using PsychINFO thesaurus) <br />Boolean Operators (AND, OR, NOT, and grouping)<br /> Demo search on PsychINFO<br />Search Limiters (limit by date, type of article, etc.)<br />Using Help (search syntax)<br />MyEBSCO (creating a profile to save articles and searches)<br />
Thinking About the Research Paper Topic<br /><ul><li>Do females and males communicate differently?