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Psychology: Journals Articles

UC Library Guide for Psychology

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What are journals?

Journals (also sometimes known as periodicals or serials) publish the latest academic research and are usually peer-reviewed or refereed.  The articles have been reviewed to ensure there are no mistakes in the methodology or reasoning.

You can find journal articles by using one of the databases below.

Looking for a specific article?  
If you already have the citation for the article you can find the full text by using either:

  • Journals link using the title of the journal in your search OR
  • Multisearch using the title of the article

If the Library doesn't provide access to the journal, you can request a copy through the Interloan service.

Databases for psychology

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Margaret Paterson

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