This guide is intended for students studying experimental psychology at the University of Oxford, although researchers may find it useful.
Use this guide to find out about books/online resources for experimental psychology, including ebooks, ejournals, bibliographic databases.
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This LibGuide tells you about resources available through the Bodleian Libraries to support teaching and research in Psychology at Oxford.
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This home page provides information about the Radcliffe Science Library, admission and how to access resources remotely.
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The Radcliffe Science Library, known as the RSL, is the University's main reference and lending science library. The library holds the print and electronic psychology collections. Most psychology books are available for borrowing. Access to electronic resources (electronic journals and books) is available remotely to members of the University.
The library is currently housed in the Vere Harmsworth Library (VHL) while its building is being renovated. to find out more about the RSL in the VHL visit RSL at the VHL.
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