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Psychology: 85-310: Research Methods in Cognitive Psychology: Databases

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Databases

The databases below are those most relevant for finding materials on personality and health topics.  If the full text of the article isn't provided, use the  icon to find full text retrieval options.  Since  PubMed and Google Scholar are free resources, they need some configuring in order to be able to link to any CMU licensed materials, such as full text journals. For Google Scholar, see Configure your Google Scholar Settings.  For Pub Med, create an NCBI account to be able to use the Outside Tool to link to resources.  The video My NCBI: Selecting Your Outside Tool Preference had detailed instructions.   If any journal link takes you to a pay option, do NOT pay!! We can get materials for you at no charge via the our interlibrary loan services.   See the If We Don't Have What You Need tab for options.

Databases

Need Help?

Ana Van Gulick is the research liaison librarian for Psychology and Brain Sciences. Contact her via email with book or journal suggestions, for questions on research data management, open science, data sharing, publishing, or anything else.  

Ana E. Van Gulick, Ph.D.

Research Liaison to Psychology and Brain Sciences

University Libraries

Department of Psychology

Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition

Carnegie Mellon University

email: anavangulick@cmu.edu

phone: 412-268-7311

Hunt Library 109D and Baker Hall 352

 

Or get help online via: Ask a Librarian

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If you need more psychology resources, see the Psychology guide.