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This guide contains resources from the University Library to help with your study and support your research in Psychology.

Key resources

Key Databases

Below are links to the key databases for Psychology. Click on the Searching health databases tab (on the left) to learn how to use them effectively.

Introduction to Advanced Searching MyUni course

Our Introduction to Advanced Searching MyUni course teaches you how to develop and refine advanced search techniques and includes step-by-step guidance for creating search strategies and logic grids for Psychology databases including PubMed and PsycINFO.  We strongly recommend you enrol in this course and refer back to it throughout your studies.

Clinical tools

Including Point-of-Care tools (treatment and best practice) - Diagnostic Resources - Therapeutic Guidelines

The DSM Library provides access to books, journals, guidelines, patient information and much more. Includes the core DSM tools: DSM-5 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, DSM-5 handbook of differential diagnosis and DSM-5 Clinical Cases.

Click on the icons below to access a range of clinical tools. 

Click this icon to access UpToDate ClinicalKey has some useful resources for Psychology research
The International Classification of Diseases (WHO)

UpToDate has been updated to allow on-campus and off-campus access for staff and students. Use the instructions in the guide below to register for an account.