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PSY 370: Interpersonal Relationships

This Guide is for students searching for research articles in the area of interpersonal relations.

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(1887+) Includes PsycLIT. Indexes literature in psychology & related disciplines (sociology, linguistics, education, medicine, law, physiology, business, psychiatry, & anthropology). Covers journals, books, chapters, dissertations & technical reports. Hint: After entering search terms, choose the PEER-REVIEWED search option.

Communication and Mass Media Complete
CMMC includes indexing, abstracts, PDFs and searchable citations from many major journals from their first issues of to the present (dating as far back as 1915). 

Academic Search Premier (EBSCOhost)
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(1975+) Covers a wide range of academic subjects including criminal justice. Features full text for selected journals, abstracts and indexing for over 3,600 scholarly journals.  Hint: Search the ADVANCED search option, enter search terms and select SCHOLARLY (PEER-REVIEWED) JOURNALS option.

Google Scholar (link thru ASU)
Indexing to thousands of scholarly journal articles and books. Links to journals held at ASU are available. Hint: Be sure to use the Advance search option for best results.

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Online Sources for APA Style, 7th Edition

APA Website 

Many of the APA style guidelines and a great number of the most commonly needed examples can be found at the official APA website

Additional APA Resources: 

Tutorial developed by the ASU Library for learning about APA Style. 

OWL - the Purdue (University) Online Writing Lab.

Blog offers opportunities to ask citation style questions and get help from the APA community especially when the answer cannot be found in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.

Please note: these online sources are helpful in resolving citation style questions, however, they are not the official APA Style guide but rather an interpretation of the citation style and may be prone to inaccuracies. Always consult the official style manual first for the most accurate information.

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