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Bibliographic databases are excellent tools for finding full-text peer-reviewed articles leading to citation links and up-to-date information on a research topic. Those below are appropriate for research in psychology and its related fields. They fall into 2 categories: specific and multi-disciplinary.
PsycINFO covers behavioural sciences and mental health - including psychiatry, nursing, business, education, social science, neuroscience, law, medicine and social work.
Medline covers the fields of medicine and pre-clinical sciences, including clinical psychology. PubMed is the free web tool for searching Medline contents. See the box below for instructions on accessing full-text articles provided under Oxford subscriptions.
Sociological Abstracts covers sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioural sciences.
The Cochrane Library provides access to systematic reviews on a wide range of topics related to health care.
Scopus includes medicine, neuroscience, psychology and social sciences.
Web of Science includes health sciences (medicine, neuroscience, pharmacology, psychiatry) and social sciences (psychology, public health, sociology).
To access these databases, go to OxLIP+, log in with your Single Sign-On, and type the name of the database. Or you can use the links in the Key Databases box at the top left. For further information on how to use OXLIP+, see the guide Finding and connecting to e-resources (e-books, e-journals & databases).
For information on scope, contents, size, and other key features, consult the table of health sciences databases in the left-hand panel.
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