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PSYC 2100WQ - Principles of Research in Psychology- Waterbury   Tags: astur, goldstein, psychology, waterbury  

Resources to support Professor Robert Astur's assignments
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Research assignment requires...

  • sources from scholarly, peer-reviewed sources
  • data and findings that are backed up by studies
  • bibliorgraphies using  APA style
  • requesting resources from other campuses (register for your  ILLIAD  account)
  • keeping track of citations -  RefWorks (create an account with your UConn email)
 

Database Searching Tips

  • to begin, identify two or three words that define your topic: childhood and obesity 
  • Use the Database link to identify key psychology databases
  • keep your eye on subject headings and limits that  help you narrow or expand your searches
  • UConn Links will take you to the full-text of the article if it's available or to ILLIAD where you can request it from another library
  • Academic Search Premier allows you to search various other psycology  databases
    • PsycARTICLES
    • Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection
    • PsycINFO
    • Use your search history to identiy previous searches

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