This guide features links to databases containing articles, scholarly online resources, and information about print and electronic materials in the Madigan Library that can be helpful in your research.
If you have questions, contact me using the information on the right-hand side of this guide. If I'm not currently available, you can reach out to any of our librarians through the "Help" page at the end of this guide.
1. Learn how to use PsycINFO to find scholarly articles.
2. Discover if the library owns full text of an article you want.
3. Sign up for an ILL account.
4. Find and cite four sources for your paper.
Open this document and use it during our class session to identify at least 4 articles that fit the criteria required for your biography. The requirements for this paper are four scholarly journal articles in the field of psychology. Two of the articles should be empirical in nature. The other articles can be literature reviews or empirical, but must be scholarly (i.e. no websites, newspapers, magazines, books, or book review sources.) You should be able to find at least two of these articles in the library instruction session. Use this worksheet to record your findings. There is room for up to 5 articles, so feel free to record information on any others you find relevant.