Before doing a literature search for journal articles about your topic, you may want to read general background information about the topic.
Reference resources can provide background about concepts or methods or provide a broad overview of a subject.
Here are some reference resources; but also see the resources in the previous tab of this guide, which can also provide background information.
Some print reference resources in the reference area of Fairchild-Martindale Library that might prove useful in providing background information as you prepare your presentation are these:
- Encyclopedia of Human Behavior 150.3 E564
- Encyclopedia of Psychology 150.3 E5631
- Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology and Behavioral Science 150.3 E563 2001
- The psychology research handbook : a guide for graduate students and research assistants / editors, Frederick T. L. Leong, James T. Austin. 150.72 P9741