Core index to articles in psychology.
Indexes journals in the field of medicine and psychiatry.
Web of Science
Includes the Science and Social Sciences Citation Index. These let you find "forward citations" -- update your research by finding articles that cite an article.
Books (E-books and print)
WorldCat Catalog of catalogs of US libraries
OskiCat Catalog of the UC Berkeley Library
Melvyl Catalog of the UC Libraries
E-books in cognitive and brain sciences published by MIT.
Contains the DSM-V Online (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) and several full-text psychiatry journals.
Full text of books from 2009 to present published by the APA.
Springer Electronic Book Package
E-books in many fields including Psychology. (These e-books are also listed by title in Melvyl.)
Wiley eBook Collection. E-books in many fields including psychology. (These e-books are also listed by title in Melvyl.)
Dictionaries, Encyclopedias and Annual Reviews in Psychology
Have a citation? Go directly to the article! Use Citation Linker.
Get immediate access to journal articles, books and other publications (or request them when they are not available) by entering a title and other citation information.
When a publication is available online: The UC-eLinks window will provide a link to the publisher's web site that should contain the full text of the publication if UC (systemwide or your home campus) subscribes to the electronic version of the publication.
When a publication is not available online: The UC-eLinks window will offer other options such as the ability to check campus library holdings in the Melvyl Catalog (and where you can sometimes find that items ARE available online), or to Request the item via Interlibrary Loan (ILL) if UC (systemwide or your home campus) does not subscribe to the electronic version of the publication.
Education Psychology Library - 2600 Tolman Hall.
Circulation: (510) 642-4209. Reference: (510) 642-2475
Social Welfare Library - 227 Haviland Hall.
Circulation and Reference: (510) 642-4432
DOE Library- Central Campus
Circulation: (510) 643-4331. Reference: (510)-642-6657
Bioscience Library - 2101 Valley Life Sciences Building # 6500.
Circulation: (510) 642-2531. Reference: (510) 642-0456
Public Health Library - 1 University Hall, #7360
Circulation and Reference: (510) 642-2511
You can access UCB Library resources from off campus or via your laptop or other mobile device using one of two simple methods. (NOTE: Using EndNote? Use VPN, not the Proxy Server)
After you make a one-time change in your web browser settings, the proxy server will ask you to log in with a CalNet ID or Library PIN when you click on the link to a licensed resource. See the setup instructions, FAQ, and Troubleshooting pages to configure your browser.
Three citation management tools widely used at UC Berkeley are RefWorks, Endnote, and Zotero. Each organizes citations and produces quick and easy bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA 6th. Learn about other citation and writing tools on the EDP Library's Citation Management webpage.
RefWorks is free for UC Berkeley students, faculty and staff. From many of UC’s databases, importing citations is seamless and easy. Create correctly cited bibliographies, footnotes, and in-text citations. New users can sign up at RefWorks. Find tutorials and tips for using RefWorks on the EDP Library webpage.
Use the APA Publication Manual 6th edition in the EDP Library. The Manual is not available online. For additional help with APA style, see Citation Management.
Widely cited journals and articles.
ISI Web of Knowledge - Social science citation index provides a "Cited Reference Search" feature which can be searched by cited author, work or year. The ISI database provides "cited by" information on its search results page. ISI's Journal Citation Reports will find a current list of most highly cited journals. It should be noted, however, that ISI is evaluating a highly selective group of journal titles. For example, only 130 education titles, 36 special education titles, and 49 educational psychology titles, a relatively small selection given the large number of journals published in education. See the journal list at ISI WOS for specific titles.
Google Scholar also provides on their initial search results screen a “cited by” link with the total number of citations. PsycInfo, via Proquest, provides "cited by" references for some of its articles.
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