Our article databases are enabled with a Find It @ PSU green button which connects you from the database you are searching to the holdings of specific articles in our Library.
If the article citation in your search results does not include a link to the full text PDF file, use the green Find It @ PSU button to check online or print availability via the Library catalog.
If the PSU Library does not hold the article online, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan & Article Delivery.
No access to the article? Request it from Interlibrary Loan & Article Delivery.
Step 1: Sign in to the catalog
Step 2: Click "Request from Interlibrary Loan & Article Delivery"
If It's Your First Time...
You'll need to confirm your contact information, then select Place a Request > Article. Copy and paste the needed citation information.
After the First Time...
The system will be able to auto-populate the request.
If you want to search with a specific phrase, you can put the words in quotation marks ("social cognition").
Depending on the parts of the citation you have, you can select from the dropdown list in PsycINFO after the search fields a variety of specific searches, such as author, title, publication title(journal name), and date range.
You can also use the Advanced Search in Google Scholar to construct a search. Access Advanced Search by clicking on the down arrow at the end of the search box.
This video describes how to quickly access a full text article from a citation using Google Scholar.