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Psychology

Research Methods

SRMO provides the most comprehensive picture available today of research methods (quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods)across the social and behavioural sciences. In addition, SRMO contains content from more than 600 books, including the complete Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences “Little Green Books” series from SAGE.
 
Graduate Study in Psychology
REF BF77.G73
Current year retained. Information for more than 500 graduate psychology departments, programs and schools in Canada and the United States. The information is provided voluntarily by the institutions and compiled by the American Psychological Association.
 
Insider's Guide to Graduate Programs in Clinical Psychology
REF RC467.7.I57
A practical step-by-step manual designed to assist students seeking admissions to graduate school in clinical psychology for both master's and doctoral degrees.
 
Dissertations and Theses from Start to Finish: Psychology and Related Fields
REF BF76.5.C645 1993
Elaborates "in remarkable detail the manifold steps required to initiate and complete a thesis or dissertation."
 
Guide to Publishing in Psychology Journals
REF BF76.8.G85 2000
This guide "goes beyond the formal requirements of preparing articles to the unspoken knowledge that is key to gaining acceptance by quality journals."
 
A Practical Guide to Behavioral Research: Tools and Techniques
REF H62.S724734 1991
Written for students in research methods courses. Describes the techniques used in conducting behavioural studies.
 
Psychology: a Guide to Reference and Information Sources
REF Z7201.B39 1993t
Provides information on over 500 selected sources in psychology. Each item has a complete bibliographic citation and an annotation of approximately 100 words that describes and evaluates the work.