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PSY 2012 - Copper (Dale Mabry): Journal Articles in Specialized Databases

Use this guide to help you find information for Dr. Copper's PSY 2012 Gordon Rule paper.

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How to Find Peer-Reviewed Articles in Library Databases

How to find peer-reviewed articles in the library databases:  

  • check the box "Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals" under limit or refine search.
  • click on the tab "Scholarly Journals" or "Academic Journals" after getting the results of a search.

What are Library Databases? Which Ones Do I use?

Besides the big Library Catalog Search on the previous page, you can search smaller, individual databases of articles, media, and other materials. Here is a list of databases that are particularly helpful for research in psychology and related social sciences:

eVideos, created for academic use, can also be really helpful. eVideos accessed through HCC Libraries provide you with many tools, including a way to watch short, individual segments, get transcripts, and help with citing.

Google Scholar can also help you find articles in HCC databases. Hover over the link for more info: