Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
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Use the following databases to find journal articles. The library subscribes to more than 300 databases. In case you don't find articles that you need from these databases, you can also try OneSearch, or try other databases.
- Academic Search Complete
A multidisciplinary database, providing access to journals, magazines, newspapers and others.
- MEDLINE (ISI Web of Knowledge)
- SocINDEX with Full Text
- Web of Science
provides access to high impact research journals in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences.
- Dissertations and Theses-Full Text
Looking at other dissertations and theses is a great way to find original research on your topic, but you can also get a good sense of the kind of work you'll be expected to produce yourself.
When you find a dissertation that deals with your topic, even in a tangential way, their own lit search chapter will be a gold mine of possible sources for you to consider.
This database does not have a strong thesaurus, so you'll have to rely mostly on keywords.