Psy 971/5 Library Support - Welcome!

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As a Psychology concentrator, you'll be learning new ways to think about research and ask questions about it, and eventually, you'll have the opportunity to produce it yourself. This guide is designed to help begin a transition from your first research experiences to the more specialized methods of information-seeking that an academic discipline requires of you. 

Psychology isn't something you'll only hear about in the classroom, of course; to help you keep up-to-date with recent experimental breakthroughs, we've linked to news feeds:

  • APA (American Psychological Association)
  • APS (Association of Psychological Science)

You may find the inspiration for your next project -- or your senior thesis -- by monitoring current trends and emerging issues. 

Please get in touch with us when questions come up.  Good luck with your work!

Michael Leach
Research Liaison to Psychology
Cabot Science Library
mrleach@fas.harvard.edu

Kathleen Sheehan
Research Liaison to Psychology
Lamont Library
ksheehan@fas.harvard.edu

Steven Pinker - How the Mind Works