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Resources in Psychological Sciences: Home

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION

Psychology is the scientific study of the mind and human behavior. This guide includes print and online research tools related to the study of psychology.  It is a selected list of resource materials and is not meant to be exhaustive.  Please see the subject specialist or a reference librarian for additional research assistance.

 

The call numbers for all areas of psychology range from BF 1 to BF 990.  However, many interdisciplinary sources in other areas, for examples HQ (family, marriage, women), HV (social and public welfare) and RC (internal medicine) may be relevant. Various fields of psychology are classified as:

Developmental Psychology:       BF 712-BF724

Experimental Psychology:           BF 180-198.7

Tests & Testing                                 BF 176-176.5

Sample of Resources

Subject Guide

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