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PSY204 Human Growth & Development

Reference Sources

Reference Sources like encyclopedias or manuals will help you to define your research topic and learn more about the concept that you are studying. 

These books are available in the library on the reference shelf or onine.  Ask a staff member if you need help finding them.  Here is a list of other psychology books. 

A broad collection of over 180,000 e-books covering a wide range of subjects. Includes content Oxford University Press, MIT Press, State University of New York Press, Cambridge University Press, University of California Press, McGill-Queen's University Press, Harvard University Press and many others.

Reference Databases

Reference databases are a good starting point. All of these sources are credible and authoritative. When searching for reference sources, keep your keywords simple. For instance, search mental health or Bipolar Disorder I.