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About This Guide
This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information as you do research on psychology-related topics. To navigate this guide, click on the tabs above or the Table of Contents below. If you need help, please contact us.
Table of Contents
Includes database that provide journal articles related to psychology.
Includes information about finding books and links to some subject searches for books and e-books.
Includes some selected e-books and a list of e-book databases.
Includes selected reference databases, reference books and e-books, selected essays on psychology topics.
Includes information on Films on Demand and a link to psychology videos in Films on Demand.
Includes links to associations, institutes and hints on evaluating internet sites.
APA Style and Writing
Includes links to APA style resources and help with the process of writing.
Psychology seeks to observe, describe, understand, predict and control behavior and psychological processes in individuals. Columbia College offers a psychology major, minor, and minor in sport psychology.
Mind Map on Psychology
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Psychology Research Starter
Psychology is recognized to be a hugely successful field. It is the largest social science in virtually any country in the world, as demonstrated by such indicators as the number of professionals, students, dollars invested, and publications, and its impact on society. Given this success, it is surprising that the simple question “What is psychology?” has yet to be clearly answered. Attempts to resolve this question have a long and frustrating history and have proceeded from a variety of starting points, each leading to its own particular search path.
Includes articles, books, e-books, and videos.
Includes, articles, books, e-books, and videos.
Includes articles, books, e-books and videos.
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This guide was created by Mary Batterson and updated by Vandy Evermon for the major under the Psychology and Sociology Department.
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