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Psychology

Welcome to the Library subject guide for Psychology

This guide is a starting point in accessing and using the resources and services available to Psychology students through Lancaster University Library.

It's purpose is to introduce you to:

  • OneSearch to find books, journal articles and conference proceedings on your topic
  • Subject specific databases and streaming media servers that the Library subscribes to
  • Carrying out a literature review for your final year project, dissertation or thesis
  • Pre-print servers and other open-access repositories
  • New books (textbooks, leisure reading and study guides)

Use the menu on the left to select the area you are interested in.

If you need any support in using the library, accessing library databases or carrying out a literature review please get in touch.

Good luck in your studies.

Lesley English and John Barbrook

Faculty Librarians (Science & Technology)

Top Tips for using the digital library

These short videos available through the Library's YouTube channel will help you navigate the electronic resources available to you whilst studying at Lancaster University, and some of the services available online.

Library welcome for Psychology students

Sign up to the Library Skills for Science & Technology Moodle page

You can now self-enrol onto the Moodle using your Lancaster username and password

Library skills for Science and Technology

Keep up-to date with events, download resources and find out more about what's on offer at Lancaster University Library for students and staff in the Faculty of Science and Technology.

Feedback

feedbackFaculty Librarians are always to keen to hear your feedback following lectures, workshops and webinars.

We use this to understand our impact on your learning, and to improve our teaching practice where possible. You can tell us in person or by email at any time, or complete this short feedback survey at the end of a taught session.


Complete the workshop feedback survey.

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