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Click the button above to be taken to a Guide on the Side tutorial that will teach you how to search in the PsycINFO database.
Anatomy of a Scholarly Article: Psychology
View the following PowerPoint tutorial to learn more about the structure of an article in Psychology.
Credo Reference: Psychology
Using Credo Reference to Start your Research
Credo Reference is a database that Joyner Library has access to that will be of great use to you as your start your research. The database includes many reference books like encyclopedias, dictionaries, and more. Two other things that will be helpful in coming up with keywords and ideas for your research are their mind maps (pictured below) and their pro/con research tools, which shows both sides of current issues.
To use Credo Reference to develop your topic, you may want to try: