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Psychology Databases

Databases are specialist tools which you can use to find resources such as journal articles. The three listed below are the databases we recommend you start with, but the full list can also be accessed here.

For help with searching for resources, see the videos linked below and the Search Skills page in this guide.


Index and summaries of peer-reviewed literature in behavioural science and mental health, from 1800s onwards.How to search APA Psychinfo (video) »

Web of Science

Large multidisciplinary database with good pychology coverage.How to search Web of Science (video) »

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Books & Ebooks

The easiest way to search for books held in the library is to use the library catalogue. You can search by author, title or keyword. You can also use the library catalogue to place reservations on books. The majority of books relating to psychology can be found on the first floor (Level 1) and second floor (Level 2) of Aldrich Library

The library also has a number of psychology ebooks which are available on and off campus. Most of these are included in the library catalogue and can also be found in OneSearch. For more information about finding and using ebooks please see our Help with using ebooks page.

Help with using ebooks

Key Journals

The library has a number of journal titles which you can browse individually. We've highlighted some key titles from the collection, but there are many more. To search for a journal by title, please use the Online Journal Finder.

British Journal of Psychology

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The Journal of Psychology

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Psychology in Society

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The referencing style used by University of Brighton is Harvard Cite Them Right or APA 7th edition. Log into the Cite them Right resource below for guidance on referencing and bibliographies in both styles.

If you would like to use an online tool to help you build an online reference list we recommend using either EndNote or ZoteroBib software.

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