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PSY 3213C - Research Methods in Psychology

Psychology Librarian

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Missy Murphey
John C. Hitt Library
Library room 343
Orlando, FL 32816-2666

This guide is designed to help you discover the best library resources to meet your needs as you begin exploring research methods in psychology.  Included here you will find resources that will help you:

  • organize your research
  • better understand qualitative and quantitative research methods
  • identify previous research and scholarly conversation around your topic
  • report your research project using APA style

If you are having trouble finding resources, or you would like to talk through your research strategies don't hesitate to schedule an appointment with me.

Preparing for your Literature Review

Skill Building

There are a number of academic skills that come into play when developing a research project.  Here are some resources that can help you brush up on your skills and provide tips to make you a more efficient researcher.

Exploring the scholarly conversation around your research topic can be overwhelming.  This video provides some tips to help you efficiently evaluate articles to identify when you need to do a close read, and when they may be a great fit for inclusion in your lit review.

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