Indexes and abstracts
Psychological Abstracts 1927- print; PsycInfo (formerly PsycLit) 1967- electronic
American Psychological Association
The most comprehensive index to psychological literature. Provides access to articles and books on topics in Psychology and related disciplines contained in periodicals published throughout the world, covering over 1300 journals in 35 languages. Use of the thesaurus, containing a list of subject words which describe the contents of the articles and books as well as broader, narrower, and related terms, facilitates the search process. Indexes books and book chapters in English language books published from 1987 to present. Indexed to provide citations with abstracts in psychology and behavioral sciences from the American Psychological Association. Topics covered include psychology, sociology, anthropology, education, pharmacology, physiology, linguistics, and more.
ERIC is the world’s largest source of education information, with more than 1 million abstracts of documents and journal articles on education research and practice.
PubMed (Medline) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed
Produced by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, this database provides access to the major biomedical literature including references to articles from more than 3200 journals. Virtually every area in biomedicine is covered, including Psychiatry and Psychology, Clinical Medicine, as well as Behavioural and Mental Disorders. The thesaurus, containing a list of Medical Subject Headings (MESH) which describes the contents of the articles, facilitates and enhances access to the information contained in this database.
University of Winnipeg. Psychology (Print-only) http://libguides.uwinnipeg.ca/content.php?pid=4968&sid=30818
From APA. Created to provide quick access to quality content in the field of psychology.
Athabasca University Psychology Resources (AUPR) http://psych.athabascau.ca/html/aupr/psycres.shtml
The Academic Content Sites contain links to a large number of psychology web sites organized by the different sub-fields within psychology. Other useful sites are listed at the bottom.
Canadian Psychological Association. Web Links. http://www.cpa.ca/public/whatisapsychologist/PTassociations/
Links to provincial psychological associations.
Internet Public Library. Psychology Resources. http://www.ipl.org/IPLBrowse/GetSubject?vid=13&cid=1&tid=6895&parent=6687
Psychology Topical Index http://www.religiousworlds.com/psychology/index.html
Keeps track of online information. Topics are listed in narrower subfields for easier reference.
Psychological Research on the Net. American Psychological Society http://psych.hanover.edu/research/exponnet.html
Supplies links to known experiments on the Internet that are psychologically related.
ETS Test Collection: Test Link
The collection is the largest in the world. It was established to make information on standardized tests and research instruments available to researchers, graduate students, and teachers. The tests contained in this collection were acquired from a variety of U.S. publishers and individual test authors. Foreign tests are also included in the collection, including some from Canada, Great Britain, and Australia.
BBC: Science & Nature: Human Body & Mind: Surveys and Psychology Test http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/mind/index_surveys.shtml
Links to various tests on the WWW, including “fun” tests.
Tests and Measures in the Social Sciences. Tests Available in Compilation Volumes. http://libraries.uta.edu/helen/Test&meas/testmainframe.htm
An index, compiled by a librarian at the University of Texas at Arlington. To obtain any of these resources, you can:
1. Check the library closes to you to determine if it has the source volume.
2. Contact YOUR library Interlibrary Loan department or other services available at your institution.
Buros Institute. Mental Measurement Yearbook: Test Reviews Online http://buros.unl.edu/buros/jsp/search.jsp
Fee based service.