To get good marks you need to back up your arguments with evidence from academic information source.
Journals should be key information sources for your essays, dissertations or research projects. Our journal collection is online, easy to browse, search and access using the library's search tool, Library Search.
But what's a journal?
Journals are specialist publications, containing short, in-depth articles which describe or report on new research. Journal articles go into detail on very specific subject areas.
Journals are a great source of current information as like magazines, they’re produced on a continual basis. As journals are published more quickly and more often than books, they can give more up-to-date information.
To check if we have access to a journal title consult the Journal Title Search.
Journals related to Psychology
Need articles? Start at Library Search. Details of all Scholarly & Peer-Reviewed, magazine, newspaper articles that are held within the Middlesex University collection can be access via the universal Library Search.
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Middlesex University Dubai Library has thousands of electronic journal articles.
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Middlesex University Dubai Library has thousands of electronic newspaper articles.
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You can also search newspaper collections directly through the Library databases:
Our library databases help us electronically store and manage access to journal articles, eBooks, newspapers, company information, market research, and much more!
Databases work like search engines but better. You can be very precise and search for information using criteria. For example, scholarly articles with the keyword cognitive disorders, from 2010 to 2016.
The highly organised information allows you to get very specific results. Filters make it easy for you to narrow your results down further.
Different databases usually focus on particular subject areas. Listed below are databases relevant to Psychology.
The full list contains over 160 different information sources - why not check it out? Click on the info icons to learn more about each service.
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