Answered By: Laurie Bastien Last Updated: Aug 08, 2018 Views: 177
Every article accessed through the Library subscription databases, including Academic Search Complete and PsycARTICLES, provides a detailed record. This information contains general information such as author name(s), original source information (where and when the article was published, including volume, issue, and page numbers), and an article abstract (summary).
The detailed record of research studies also contains:
- population (of subjects researched)
- location (where study was conducted)
- age group (of subjects researched)
- tests & measures (how data was collected & assessed)
- methodology (procedure of how research was conducted)
To locate the detailed record of an article or study, select the icon next to the title. For example:
You will now be able to view the item's detailed record.
You can also view the detailed record simply by clicking on the article title.
Additionally, all articles provide citation information. Select the Cite button
You will see various citation styles, including APA.
For more information about the Cite feature, see this link.
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