This research guide lists selected print and electronic information sources available to UBC faculty, students, and staff. If you do not find what you need, contact your liaison librarian: Sheryl Adam (UBC Vancouver) or Robert Janke (UBC Okanagan).
Articles on PsychologyStart with these
- PsycINFO: articles from journals, some full-text books from all sub-disciplines of psychology
- PsycEXTRA: grey literature including conference papers,technical, annual and government reports
- Pubmed: biomedical index, including many aspects of psychology
- Google Scholar: multi-disciplinary index for most disciplines
- CogNet: multi-disciplinary index, incl Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy, Psychology, etc.
or go to a complete list of UBC Library article databases related to psychology.
Online Reference Books about Psychology
Classics in the History of Psychology (York University) Dictionary of Psychology (OUP, 2006) Encyclopedia of Psychology (APA & OUP, 2000) International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Elsevier, 2004)Psychological Tests and Reviews
Writing and Citing
More help with style guides . . .
- Getting Started with APA Style. (American Psychological Association)
- Refworks: Create a database (free) and use automatic citation formatting
Where are the Psychology Materials?Online materials are available to UBC students, faculty and staff wherever they can connect to the web. The UBC Library catalogue lists information about print holdings in all UBC Library locations:
Additonal print materials in Vancouver
- Koerner Library: most aspects of psychology
- Life Sciences Libraries: biological aspects of psychology, neurology, Psychiatry
- Education Library: Educational Psychology and Special Education
- David Lam Library: organizational behaviour
From UBC Library:
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PsycPORT, Psychology in the news:
Scholarly Societies: Psychology. Sponsored by the University of Waterloo Libraries, this site provides links to an array of websites for scholarly societies in Psychology. Psychological Research on the Net Links to information about current psychological experiments and research projects Association for Psychological Science (U.S.) Western Psychological Association Psychology Virtual Library, Categorized, evaluated and well-annotated links from U. Florida.
And don't forget to try: UBC Library Catalogue or Web/Internet Search Tools