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Macdonald DeWitt Library at SUNY Ulster

Psychology: Getting Started

Where do I start?

Watch the video below for an overview on how to look for psychology resources in our library databases.

Reference Databases

Resources in our print and online Reference collections, such as subject encyclopedias, are great starting points for your research. They offer concise overviews of a topic, summaries of key research, and often a bibliography which can serve as a starting list of sources for your project. 

Sample Online Reference Sources

Who's on the other side of the chat box?

During most Library Hours, you will be able to chat with a SUNY Ulster librarian. When the library is closed or all librarians are busy, the chat will be staffed by librarians from different institutions through Ask Us 24/7.  We will respond to chats during regular business hours.

Before chatting, consider checking if your question is one of the Library FAQs

 

Useful Print Reference Sources

Subject Guide

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