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PSYCH 550: Clinical Disorders

Professor:  Lauren R. Paulson

Librarian:  Cynthia Burton

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Help with searching Psychology databases

 

Link to APA citation guide in Allecat

  

  

 

 

Introduction to Searching

Some Discussion about:

     What is a search engine?  

     What is a database?

      What value does PsycINFO add to records for articles, books, and book chapters?

      #sources needed for a literature review?

      citing a source within a source:   (from APA Citations Page University of Maryland)  

               

Citing a Source within a Source (Publication Manual, p. 178)

Scenario: You read a 2007 article by Linhares and Brum that cites an earlier article, by Frederick. You want to cite Frederick's article, but you have not read Frederick's article itself.

Reference List Citation

In-Text Citation

Linhares, A., & Brum, P. (2007). Understanding our understanding of strategic scenarios: What role do chunks play? Cognitive Science31(6), 989-1007. http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1080/03640210701703725

Your Reference list will contain the article you read, by Linhares and Brum. Your Reference list will NOT contain a citation for Frederick's article.

Frederick's study (as cited in Linhares & Brum, 2007) found that...

Your in-text citation gives credit to Frederick and shows the source in which you found Frederick's ideas.

 

Search Tips

 

Quotation Marks find articles with that exact phrase:

   "body image"

 

Truncation finds articles with all variant endings of your keyword: 

   behavior* searches for behavior, behaviors, behavioral, behavioralism, etc.  but not behaviour  why?

 

Boolean Operators 

Or  finds articles with either of your keywords: 

     anxiet* or fear* or stress

 

And  finds articles with both of your keywords: 

      violence  and television

 

And (Or)  finds articles with combinations of keywords:

   violence and (television or video games or music)

 

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