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Psychology: Find Journals

Library subject guide for Psychology

Finding Journals

All of our e-journals can be accessed via the E-journal finder.

If you need access to a print journal, search for it on the Library catalogue. The record on the catalogue will provide you with details of what years we have in stock. All our print journals are held on the ground floor of the library in the rolling stacks. 


This is the search engine for library resources which allows you to search across a range of different databases.

Use the advanced search option to get the best results - you don't have to be an advanced library user to use this! Advanced means it has a lot of functionality and gives you ways to expand or narrow down your search to find the resources you need. 

Discovery Service

Which database should I use?

databases for your course

mySearch already searches in most of these, but searching in a database gives you

  • Extra ways of filtering results,
  • Searching a smaller set of journals than mySearch
  • Ways of searching for subject-specific terms

Why use journals

up to date, by specialists, peer reviewed, thousands on mysearch

Psychology Journals