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Description

Comprehensive database for psychology, with extensive coverage of related disciplines. Includes references to journal articles, dissertations, books and book chapters, and reports. It is an essential tool for researchers, practitioners, and students in psychology and its numerous related disciplines.  View the Journal Coverage List.

Key Features

PsycINFO provides indexes to journals, dissertations, book chapters, books, technical reports, and other documents from 1887 to the present including the optional Historic PsycINFO and archive file database. PsycINFO includes Hot Links between book and chapter citations, as well as field specific author and journal title indexes.

Type and Number of Publications

With over 1.5 million records, this database covers the academic, research and practice literature in psychology from over 45 countries in more than 30 languages.

Subject Coverage

Psychology, Medicine, Psychiatry, Education, Social Work, Law, Criminology, Social Science, and Organizational Behavior.

Coverage

International

How often updated

Monthly

Date

1984-Present; archive file 1967-1983; Historic PsycINFO 1887-1966.

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Language

English, French, Spanish, German etc.

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