Where to start? Try CREDO's topic pages; each page includes:
- a topic overview from an authoritative reference work
- provides potential articles from CBU databases
- relevant book titles you can use as starting points when searching Novanet
- this list is not comprehensive; discover more by clicking the Credo image
Reference books provide quick facts and overviews. Here's a sampling of reference books available to you in print and electronic formats.
Animal Memory and Cognition
Conditioning and Learning
Language Comprehension and Production
Reasoning and Problem Solving
Call Numbers and Subject Headings
Locate relevant print books in the BF318 - BF319.5 (Psychology) and LB1060-LB1091 (Educational Psychology) sections of the Library. Examples of Library of Congress subject headings that may be useful in your research include:
Cognitive learning theory
Learning by discovery
Learning in animals
Learning, Psychology of
NOTE: This list of subject headings is not exhaustive.
This list details some of the journals available to you; it is not comprehensive.
Use the PsycInfo database as your core index to journal literature for your Community Psychology research. Another databases to consider searching is Academic Search Complete.