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Psychology Research Guide

A research guide for psychology subjects and courses

About This Guide

psychology image from Columbia State academic pagesAccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics:

  • "Psychologists study cognitive, emotional, and social processes and behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people relate to one another and their environments."

This guide is designed to support the research and learning needs of the psychology program. Here, you'll find resources for:

  • selecting and evaluating sources
  • constructing research questions
  • search tips and strategies
  • finding sources in Charger Search, databases, online sources, and statistics
  • recommended citation and style guides
  • contacting librarians for help

If you have suggestions for other resources, please let us know!

About the Psychology Major

According to Study Hall, an educational video series by Arizona State University and Crash Course on how to navigate college,

"In Psychology you can expect to study the mind, its functions and how it influences human behavior and so much more. Basically, Psychology is the study of how the human mind works."

Here is their Fast Guide to Psychology, which will help give you an understanding on the major!

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