Location of print resources
- Past exam papers: located on first floor and available for photocopying
- PhD theses: ask at the ground floor Information Desk for access
You can also find useful material in other libraries:
- Educational psychology, child and adolescent development - in the Education Library
- Psychology and zoology, animal behaviour - in the Biological Sciences Library
- Human factors - in the Queen's Building Library
- Mental health and neuroscience - in the Medical Library
- Autism Data - the catalogue of The National Autistic Society’s reference library can be used to search for research papers, books, articles, videos and other materials covering autism and Asperger syndrome.
- Cogprints (Cognitive Sciences E-print Archive) - a repository for self-archived papers in any area of psychology, neuroscience, and linguistics, and many areas of computer science, philosophy, biology, medicine, anthropology, and other aspects of the physical, social and mathematical sciences that are pertinent to the study of cognition.
APA referencing guidelines
- Help with APA Style - gives access to help on writing using the APA's (American Psychological Association) style, including a free tutorial covering the basics.
- Referencing @ Portsmouth Guide - this guide authored by the University of Portsmouth Library, provides users with an interactive referencing guide which covers various styles, one of which is APA style.
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