Psychology 348/448: Health Psychology
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Use I-Share to determine if the library owns the journal in print or microfilm, and check Journals and Magazines Available Online for electronic access to journals. If the article you seek is unavailable from these sources, please request it through our online Interlibrary Loan article request form.
Use a Subject Search, such as:
Clinical health psychology
Reference books are great sources to get an introduction
to a topic, help define terms or determine where else to look for sources.
Encyclopedia of Human Behavior, vol. 1-4. R150.3E56
"Health Psychology," vol. 9. Handbook of Psychology. R150 H236
"Your Health," vol.13. Human Behavior. R150 M367
Encyclopedia of Bioethics, vol. 1-5. R174.2 E56
DSM-IV: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,
The Merck Manual, R615.02 M555 - for information on physical illnesses.
Physician's Desk Reference, R615.1 P578 2000 - for information on medications.
This page was created 02/10/2004
and last updated on 02/05/2008
by Jennifer C. Paliatka, Assistant Librarian, Elmhurst College.