Typically, PsychInfo is the first database suggested for psychology research. For this particular class, I have found that ProQuest's Psychology Journals database is more helpful. Another good database for the Psychology of Mind/Body is Alt Health-Watch. I've included links to and descriptions of ProQuest Psychology Journals, Alt HealthWatch, and PsycInfo below.
ProQuest Psychology Journals
- Available through GALILEO here - http://www.galileo.usg.edu/express?link=psyh-wgc1
- Full-text articles
- Designed to meet needs of students and mental health professionals. Not all articles are peer-reviewed, so evaluate carefully
- Available via EBSCO http://www.galileo.usg.edu/express?link=zbah
- Multiple perspectives of complementary, holistic, and integrated approaches to health care and wellness
- Full-text content from 180 international peer-reviewed and professional journals, magazines, reports and consumer newsletters
- Other sources that are not peer-reviewed include pamphlets, booklets, special reports, and book excerpts
- Remember - Not all of the information in this database is peer-reviewed. Use the Academic Journal filter and double-check by clicking on the Source title.
- Available via EBSCO http://www.galileo.usg.edu/express?link=zbpy
- 98% of material is peer-reviewed
- Contains abstracts of scholarly journal articles, book chapters, books, and dissertations
- Remember - If you find an article that isn't full-text, click on (see below for more details)
What if you want to read an article you discover in PsychINFO but you the full-text isn't there? That's when Find It @ UWG and Interlibrary Loan/ILLiad come in. If the article is available in another database, clicking the