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Here you will find psychology resources to assist you in your studies. These resources have been sorted into the following categories:
Books and Articles: Reference books as well as recent books and articles by UMaine professors.
Databases: Links to psychology, science, and medical databases that contain psychology articles.
Journals: Journals dealing with general psychology, child psychology, psychology and medicine, neuroscience and psychology, reviews of books and films with a focus on psychology, news in psychiatry, art and psychology, and psychology and popular culture.
APA Citation and Research Resources: Information about books and online resources that can help you with American Psychological Association (APA) citation format and with writing research papers.
Video Tutorials: Online video tutorials that provide information about how to conduct research with library resources.
APA Handbooks: Handbooks published by the American Psychological Association dealing with topics in psychology and educational psychology.
Statistics Resources: Information about statistics, including campus resources, e-books, and statistics websites.
Web Resources: Webpages that provide information about news and advances in psychology.
Subtopics & Other Library Resources: Links to lists and descriptions of Fogler Library materials in subareas of psychology and links to and descriptions of library catalogs you might find useful (URSUS, MaineCat, Maine InfoNet Download Library, and MARVEL, to name a few).
Scholarship Resources: Links to information about scholarships and other forms of funding for higher education.