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Psychology: 85-340: Research Methods in Social Psychology: Subject Searching in PsycInfo

Content by Sue Collins and Ana Van Gulick

Searching PsychInfo

PsycInfo is one of the most comprehensive databases for Psychology research.  The two other databases produced by the American Psychological Association, PsycArticles and PsycCritiques, have the same interface.

Search Options

The Search Options appear below the search box on the PsycInfo search screen.  Use as many of them as you can to make your search more specific and meaningful.  Definitions of American Psychological Association methodologies.

Results

You can limit your results to certain dates, publication types, and save, email or share your results.

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