Below are links to the major databases for psychology - and some help with using them.
Click on the Databases tab in the toolbar at the top of the page to see a more extensive list.
PsycPORT: Psychology Newswire is produced by the American Psychological Association, and contains recent news articles relating to psychology, mental health, behavior, stress management, and more.
This guide is to assist you with the use of the Library's resources for psychology, and to provide a selection of links to web sites which may be useful to those practising or studying in the field.
Additional resources are available from the University's School of Psychology.
The Library's A to Z provides useful information including details of opening hours, borrowing rules, and facilities and costs for photocopying printing, and scanning.
Level 1 - Rare Books and Special Collections, and call numbers up to 599
Level 2 - Research Librarians, Digital Resources Management Centre (DRMC), Video Production Studio, and call numbers from 600 up
Level 3 - Library entrances, information desk, and High Use (Reserve) Collection
All in the Mind
This is Radio National's weekly foray into all things mental – a program about the mind, brain and behaviour.
Business & Finance | The Economist
Useful for organisational psychology.
Guardian - Science - Psychology
Psychology news from The Guardian newspaper.
Guardian - Society - Mental Health
Mental health news from The Guardian newspaper.
Radio National - Health Report
The Health Report is a valued information source for professionals and students in the medical and health professions, as well as attracting a sizeable audience of general listeners seeking jargon-free, easy-to-understand information and analysis on health and medical matters.
TED Talks - Psychology
TED is a nonprofit organisation devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. Since then its scope has become ever broader
Full text of a number of Australian and overseas newspapers is available on the web to the University's staff and students. Click here for details.