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PSY 2320 Research Methods: Finding Original "Study" Article

Finding Original Article

Original Article Sources

Often times, the popular article you find for this assignment will include an electronic link to the referenced study or identify its title and authors.  To find a referenced study by title and author you have a couple of choices:

1. Use CUC's Library databases (from Library's home select the Find Articles box below the Search bar to be directed to databases)

2. Use Google Scholar

3. Request the article from the Library (first confirm it is not in CUC's database or Google Scholar)

See below for details.

Psychology Databases

How to Request an Article

Requesting articles from the library is free!

Navigate CUC databases at anytime! If there are articles you would like but are not available in EBSCO, click on "Request this Item". Fill out the form and the library team will send the request to you via email as soon as possible. Please allow 4 days of processing time.

If you cannot locate the article record in EBSCO and still want to request the article, fill out the Interlibrary Loan Request form.

Look at the video below:


Requesting an Article in EBSCO

Google Scholar

Finding Articles in Google Scholar

Start by linking Google Scholar to the CUC's library databases. 

Google Scholar Search


Note: Off-campus users will be prompted to sign in with their Concordia username and  password.

Didn't find the full-text? Consider requesting the article via ILL (InterLibrary Loan).

Requesting Library Items

                            Requesting Items in General

Before requesting confirm that the item is not otherwise available by reviewing the following based on the item.

Still can't find it? Fill out this Interlibrary Loan Form

For Questions...

Contact Dan Zamudio, Access Services Librarian at 708-209-3057 or 866-733-8287