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PSY 3213C - Research Methods in Psychology (Hubertz)

Guide for Martha Hubertz's PSY3213C - Summer 2020 - online only

Subject Librarian

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Missy Murphey
John C. Hitt Library
Library room 203C
Orlando, FL 32816-2666

Under construction - links are being updated to Primo and OpenAthens

You can contact your subject librarian for assistance in fixing links. This "Fixing Links" pdf provides some specific examples for various databases.

Welcome to your PSY3213C Research Guide

This guide is designed to help you with the different aspects of your research in this class.  Use the navigation bar on the left to learn more about...

Webinars and workshops UCF is offering that can help you hone your skills and learn about local research?  See WORKSHOPS & EVENTS

Searching for peer-reviewed articles - ARTICLES & DATABASES and GOOGLE SCHOLAR

Learning more about different research methods - SAGE RESEARCH METHODS and BOOKS

Help with software - SPSS

Citing and formatting your work and managing citations - APA and ENDNOTE

Tips for getting the most out of the library website - USING THE LIBRARY

For more help, scroll to my Subject Librarian box and click "Schedule Appointment" to set up a virtual one-on-one consultation, or if you are not a Psychology major, find your librarian here, these hours don't work for you, call or email me and we can find a date and time that suits your schedule.  If you need immediate assistance, click Help / Contact to speak with our Ask-A-Librarian service.  Have a great semester!

Psychology Students in STARS, the Showcase of Text, Archives, Research & Scholarship

See who's reading our research!  To search all theses or learn more, link to the full site in STARS, below the map