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Psychology & Neuroscience

A guide to information resources in psychology and neuroscience.

Want to schedule an appointment?

We are currently experimenting with a new scheduling system. You can schedule an appointment with Julie Marcoux using an automated system.

For more availabilities, please contact Julie directly at Julie.Marcoux@dal.ca or 902-494-3189.

Research Bootcamp for Research Assistants & Teaching Assistants

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Registration for the 5th annual Dalhousie Libraries Research Bootcamp sessions opens Wednesday. April 10, 2019 at 9am. Registration is free. 

Sessions will run from May 13-June 13 and will cover library  and research basics; literature reviews (searching & writing); citation tools and APA citation; writing abstracts and grant proposals;finding information using legal resources, PubMed and other health sciences databases, humanities resources; finding and managing data; Exel; grey literature searching; conference posters; ebooks; plus other neat tools like Covidence, Esri StoryMaps, R, and OpenRefine for data cleaning. 

Full list of sessions and the schedule
Free registration

Core academic skills for students

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Students! Not sure where to start? Looking to get a handle on some core skills that will help you with research? Look no further!

Visit our Core skills for resources on how to research like a pro!

NSIS Student Science Writing Competition

Sponsored by the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, the contest offers a prize of $750 to the winning article written by a graduate student and a prize of $500 to that written by an undergraduate student. The competition is open to all students registered at a university in Nova Scotia.