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Psychology & Neuroscience

A guide to information resources in psychology and neuroscience.

Temporarily broken links

Broken link iconNote to users: Please be advised that after May 17th you may encounter some broken links on our Research Guides. These have occurred due to a library system migration, and we are working hard to repair these links quickly. In most cases, broken links will be links to books in Novanet. If you find a broken link, we recommend you copy the book title and paste it into the library search bar. If you are unable to access the book or have any other questions, please contact your Subject Librarian (contact info on this guide).

New!

  • Dalhousie Libraries has recently purchased a subscription to SAGE Research Methods. This collection of books, journal articles, reference works, videos, and case studies are designed to help teach and learn research methods.
  • Check out our new quick guide to APA style, based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Seventh Edition (2020).  Our APA Quick Guide (7th ed.) includes: 
    • a page highlighting how to write in-text citations,
    • more variations in author names,
    • examples for an OER, a Statistics Canada data set, and the Cochrane database,
    • plus many more useful footnotes
  • The Library recently bought a one year subscription to two modules (“General Mental Health” and “Substance Use and Addiction”) of APA Clinical Training Videos.  Available here:  https://psycnet-apa-org.ezproxy.library.dal.ca/PsycTHERAPY/title

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!