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Psychology: Home

I'm Kate Squire, the Academic Librarian for Social Sciences. This guide aims to highlight resources and support that will help you as you study Psychology here at UEA. Please contact me if you need some further help.

Kate Squire

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ACCESS TO LIBRARY SERVICES DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK

The Library FAQ access pages will keep you up to date with the current measures in place to allow you access to library services. 

If you are working away from campus then you can still access all of your subject resources on this page or contact me with any questions. Please find more information about useful software and productivity apps here: Remote access to Library resources.

First Assignment

ToolKits and study guides

  • Digital ToolKit  for help and guidance on tools, apps and software to help you manage and organise your work. 
  • Study Toolkit Videos, worksheets and guides on all aspects of finding and using information for your studies

 

LIBRARY ACCESS EXTENSION

The best way to access our licenced e-resources off campus is to start at Library Homepage or alternatively download the Library Access Browser Tool 

​​​​The vast majority of our e-resources are available off campus to all current staff and students and whilst there are a few resources that aren’t available this will be due to licencing restrictions.

Key resources for Psychology

There are hundreds of thousands of books, ebooks and Journals related to Psychology available via Library Search. Here are some other resources you may find useful:

Quick Library links

Citations, referencing and avoiding plagiarism

Research methods

The key resources on this page are just the start of what is available to you. Below you will find a link to a list with additional resources and media to help you enhance and take your research and study skills further. 

  1. Organisations

  2. Statistics

  3. Free textbook content

  4. Dictionaries, glossaries and reference works

  5. Podcasts

  6. Psychology websites

  7. Newspapers and Magazines

  8. TV and Videos

  9. Sociology resources