PsycINFO is the primary database covering scholarly literature in psychology. When you search PsycINFO, you are actually searching content within the other three core databases listed below.
These databases cover multiple subject areas within the sciences, social sciences, and humanities, including educational psychology and the behavioral sciences. Useful for finding articles in journals not covered by PsycINFO or those from related disciplines.
These cover specific areas of psychology and the behavioral sciences or have special functions.
Use these databases to find dissertations produced at TAMU and other universities around the world.
Time-Saving Research Tips
Instead of searching Google to find articles on your topic, it is much more efficient to search a database which covers a collection of journals matching the field or discipline that you are researching.
Most databases include citations (journal name, article title, author(s), volume & issue number, page range, and year published) as well as abstracts (brief summary) describing articles within the journals covered by the database. Many also include citations and abstracts for books, book chapters, conference papers, and dissertations.
Search the databases to find scholarly and peer-reviewed journal articles in the field of educational psychology.
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