Resources for Psychology and Human Development
Printable list (32K Word .doc)
- InfoTrac Expanded Academic ASAP, 1980 - Present
Indexes academic journals from a broad range of disciplines, including psychology. Excellent for locating full-text articles.
- Medline, 1965 - Present
Indexes 3600 journal articles in the medical literature, including areas in the field of psychology and psychiatry. Produced by the National Library of Medicine.
- Mental Measurements Yearbook (Buros), 1989 - Present
Full text information on published tests and their reviews. Full text of actual tests is not available.
- PsycArticles, 1988 - Present
Contains the full text of about 40 scholarly journals from the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association. Topics include basic, applied, and clinical psychology.
- PsycINFO, 1887 - Present
PsycINFO is the most comprehensive index of psychological literature. It indexes around 1800 scholarly journals, books, chapters of books, dissertations and technical reports.
- Tests and Measurements in the Social Sciences : Tests Available in Compilation Volumes
The purpose of this site is to locate tests, measures, and instruments that can be located in print compilation volumes.
- Web of Knowledge, Science Citation Expanded, 1965 - Present, Social Sciences Citation, 1990 - Present
Web of Science provides access to both the Science Citation Index Expanded, covering over 5,300 journals, and the Social Sciences Citation Index, covering over 1,700 journals. You can perform subject and author searches, plus search to see who has cited a particular work. The databases can be searched separately or simultaneously.
Select Internet Resources
- American Psychological Association
APA is the leading professional association that represents the field of psychology in the United States. Users can find the acclaimed e-journal APA Monitor and other useful links on the site.
- American Psychological Society
This society founded in 1988 by a group of scientifically oriented psychologists is dedicated to the advancement of scientific psychology.
PsychCrawler is a search engine created by the American Psychological Association. It assists users in locating quality psychology related Internet resources.
A comprehensive index site of more than 2,000 psychology journals located on the Web. You can search by keyword or by subject.
- Psych Web
A multi-dimensional Web site that houses links to various kinds of psychology-related information.
Created by Leslie Foutch
Librarian for Psychology and Human Development
Last Updated: September 2005