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Welcome to McFarlin's Psychology Research Guide
This guide is designed for the use of students taking courses in Psychology at The University of Tulsa. The purpose is to help you in getting started doing your library research using McFarlin's resources. Click on the tabs above for information on locating particular types of materials, including books and journal articles. The Zotero tab will introduce you to software that will help you in writing reports and term papers.
McFarlin's Online Resources
McFarlin Library offers the students, faculty and staff of The University of Tulsa access to a wide variety of online information resources. These include:
- Bibliographic Databases: These help you to identify published literature relevant to your research, including books, journal/magazine/newspaper articles, conference proceedings, government publications, technical reports, and more. May or may not include the full text.
- E-Collections: Provide full text access to collections electronic books or electronic journals.
- Reference Collections: Online encyclopedias and dictionaries that help you quickly find specific information.
- Statistical Sources: Provide economic data, company/industry information, and statistics on a variety of topics.
- Sound Recordings: Online access, via streaming audio, primarily to works of classical music.
- Library Catalogs: Find out what's available at TU (Encore) and other libraries around the U.S. (WorldCat).