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A definitive source of full text, peer-reviewed scholarly and scientific articles in psychology. It contains 153,000+ articles from nearly 80 journals published by the American Psychological Association (APA) and other leading psychology publishers and organizations. Coverage spans 1894 to the present and nearly all APA journals go back to Volume 1, Issue 1.
A-Z Journal Tracker is a listing of all the libraries' journal subscriptions. Use this to check if journals and appropriate publication years are available electronically or in print. If you already have a journal citation, or you are looking for a particular journal title, use this source.
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This reference database combines the Encyclopædia Britannica, Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary & Thesaurus, magazines, periodicals, and many other research tools to provide users with a variety of reliable sources that students need to consult when conducting thorough research.
Subject-specific encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographies, popular quotations and more.
Important Information for Searching
For best results when searching the database for reviews of assessment tests:
Go to the box on the left called "Search Multiple Databases"
In the "Find Articles" search box type the name of the test
In the "Select Subject" box use drop down menu to select "Education"
Click search (the results will come up in another tab so you can still refer to the LibGuide for directions)
You can refine your list by adding "reviews" to the second search box
General searching tips:
Limit your results to "peer-review" (located on the left) to only get scholarly articles
You can also use the slider to select the date range for the results
clicking on the "subject terms" boxes will limit your search to only articles using those subject terms
You can re-do a search using subject terms found in an article to narrow or broaden the focus of your search
If you are having trouble locating any material, click "Subject Terms" at the top of the page, then type the term you want to use in the lower search box. This will bring you to a list of terms used in this database, or direct you to the term that they use for that concept
If the subject terms list still doesn't help, use an online thesaurus to find similar terms to use in a search.