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You can find a variety of articles using thePSU Library catalog. To start your search, enter your keywords in the search box. Then, from your results list, use the left side of the screen to filter by Source Type. Consider what types of articles you will need such as newspaper articles or peer reviewed journals.
Look for the Sign In link so that you can add relevant articles to your eShelf for easy access. Pertinent articles may include a Similar Articles tab where you will find six to eight articles like the one that you are interested in.
What is Peer Review?
This 3 minute video from North Carolina State University explains what a scholarly article is and how peer review works.
Maintains citations and abstracts for journal articles, books, and dissertations in psychology about human behavior from 1879 to the present. Nearly 2500 journals are indexed in PsycINFO, and the database is updated weekly.
Indexes and contains full text of international literature regarding gay, lesbian, bisexual, transexual, and transgender issues. Some additional content may be freely available during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Offers citations, abstracts, and full text articles in scholarly journals on crime trends, prevention and deterrence, juveniles, police, courts,and sentencing. Some additional content may be freely available during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
How to Quickly Scan & Evaluate a Scholarly Article
This 3 minute video from Quinebaug Library explains the framework of a scholarly article so you can quickly scan it and decide if it will support your research.