Resources for "Disorders & Differences Psychology Project"
Use the following search boxes to directly search library databases for articles from magazines and scholarly journals. Browse other databases for additional content. Use links to government and non-profit websites for additional information (note: be careful with non-profit websites, and any other open-web searches).
You will find reminders on MLA 8th edition under the "Citations & Plagiarism" Tab on this Site. (and remember, you should be properly citing everything you use, any time you do research for any class).
Hover over the black "i" icon for more information about a site.
Disorder Specific Sites and Foundations
Note: Not all non-profit (.org) sites are created equally. ".org" only means the site owners are, traditionally, not a profit-based company, it is not an indicator of credibility. Use the databases and NIH/NIMH/NINDS/SAMHA/APA sources first.
As you are evaluating the information a foundation selects to appear on its site, be diligent in looking for information about the various "Foundations" outside of the organization's page:
Passwords for home database use are available on Canvas on your Utility Period class page.
Notice and Use features: “Advanced Search”, saving an article to Google Drive, citation suggestions, etc.
Note the type of source: files in databases could be articles from reference books, print books, magazines, or scholarly research journals, or be created for the database.
NOTE: Some Passwords change yearly.
Library Databases are subscription collections (i.e. things that we pay to access) of research sources including: Periodical (Magazine, Newspaper, Trade Journal, Scholarly Journal) articles, electronic Reference Books, Images, Videos, Primary Documents and more.
So why do we pay for them when Google and the Web exist?
CLICK HERE, or use the Link below to find the passwords. They are not posted directly on this page. You must be Log-in to your CCHS email/gmail to access the Google Doc with the Passwords.