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Psychology Research: Resources and Support for Faculty & Students: The Psychology Collections:
Instruction and Consultation

A linked outline of the library's resources and research services available to psychology students and faculty. Also a course guide for PSYCH 4910/6910: Research Methods in Psychology. Click on the TABS to access each section in this guide.

The Psychology Collection

Collection & Reference Contact Information

Tony Cosgrave is the psychology selector. Please contact him with any questions you have about the collection--journals, books, online resources, etc. He can be reached at or 255-7148.

Michael Engle is the contact for reference questions for psychology. He is edits the Psychology Research Guide and invites your suggestions for additions and corrections.

If you would like to recommend a resource to be added to the library collection, please fill out the online Purchase Request form, or contact Tony directly.

Here is more information about the psychology collection in Olin and Uris Libraries.

Library Instruction & Consultation

The digital revolution has made an enormous amount of information available to researchers in psychology, but discovering resources and using them effectively can be challenging, both for incoming students and seasoned scholars.

The library provides instruction in using its resources for classes from first-year students to graduate-level seminars.

Faculty: If you would like to arrange for a course-specific library instruction session, please fill out the online Instruction Session Request Form, or contact Tony Cosgrave, the Instruction coordinator [].

Students and other Cornell-affiliated patrons: If you would like to arrange for an individual research consultation, please fill out the online Consultation Session Request Form.

Reference Help

Michael Engle
106 Olin Library
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