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PSYC 292: Introduction to the Profession of Psychology: Find Books

This guide was created for Professor Kring's first year graduate students, Fall 2017

http://guides.lib.berkeley.edu/psyc292

Library Catalogs

OskiCat: a catalog for most of the UC Berkeley libraries. Use it to:

  • Find books and other items in the Berkeley Libraries (also films, maps, archival materials, Berkeley dissertations, and more)
  • Search keywords (including author names, titles, subjects, etc.)
  • Limit by library location, date, language, publication format, etc.
  • See item availability
  • Find course reserve material (by course or instructor)
  • Save and email search results
  • View items checked up and renew items online
  • Request items checked out

Melvyl: locate materials at Berkeley and other campuses in the UC system.

  • Search for materials at all the UC libraries
    • Click REQUEST in the detailed view of a catalog record prompt you to fill out a form to request the item through our Interlibrary Loan office.
  • Automatically format citations for your bibliography
  • Export citations to EndNote or RefWorks
  • and more.

Interlibrary Borrowing

As a Berkeley student you are eligible to use books and articles from other libraries around the United States. 

Check OskiCat  to make sure UC Berkeley does not own the material you want.

Provide a full and accurate bibliographic citation, including author, title, place and date of publication, and series. You can get citations from professors, from Melvyl, from other articles, from Google scholar. Verify your citations before submitting them for ILL.

eBook collections

For more, consult the Finding eBooks at Berkeley guide.

 

The Library offers over 100 e-book and e-text collections in specific subject areas. 

Reference

Dictionaries, Encyclopedias and Annual Reviews of Psychology, Neuroscience, etc.

Writing and Research Methods

APA Handbook of Research Methods in Psychology

  • Vol. 1: Foundations, planning, measures and psychometrics
  • Vol. 2: Research designs: quantitative, qualitative, neuropsychological and biological
  • Vol. 3: Data analysis and research publication
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