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Psychology: A Research Guide: Introduction
 

Psychology research resources are available in several libraries on the Cornell campus. The strongest collections are in Olin Library and Mann Library. This guide lists major reference works in psychology. Click on the TABS to access each section.

Using the Library's Catalog to Find What We Own

CORNELL'S LIBRARY CATALOG

The Cornell Library Catalog is a our searchable database of everything the Library owns or subscribes to, including the holdings of all our individual libraries except the Medical School. The catalog contains records for all books, newspapers, journals, magazines, serials, government documents, manuscripts, archival materials, maps, musical scores, computer files, sound recordings, and visual materials.

Advanced searches allow you to find for terms in any part of the record--author, title, tables of contents, and notes. Individual journal articles are not searchable in the catalog, only the journal titles.

Consult with the reference staff for further assistance using the catalog.

Introduction

INTRODUCTION

Psychology research resources are available in several libraries on the Cornell campus. The strongest collections are in Olin Library and Mann Library. This guide lists major reference works in psychology.

For further information or to locate titles not listed here, consult a reference librarian.

A companion page, Library Information for Psychology Faculty and Students, provides links to library services and contact information.

To learn about the latest research, events, and the department's faculty, visit Cornell's Department of Psychology web site.

Reference Help

Michael Engle
106 Olin Library
(607) 255-1884
moe1@cornell.edu
Cornell University Library

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