This bibliography is a selective guide to scholarly and professional resources in Psychology.
Until Spring 2014, Undergraduates were required to complete OASIS to fulfill the Basic Information Competence Requirement. No more! The research skills have now been incorporated into the courseswork in General Education. We invite you to explore the OASIS tutorial, which is still very helpful, but no longer required.
Library research, as always, begins with your own in-depth analysis of the topic—for example, outlining the component parts of the topic, generating lists of keywords and variations, deciding how current, historical, scholarly or popular the articles or books should be, and identifying key researchers and journals in the field. Check out our RESEARCH HELP: DIY (Do-It-Yourself) guide!
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