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Your lecturers have created bespoke reading lists to support each of your modules. These contain books, articles and other relevant materials and are a great place to start your research.
This guide is designed as a starting point for exploring research about Psychology and related disciplines. In each of the tabs, you'll find a variety of information resources which have been selected as a good starting point for research in that area. In addition to these, there thousands of other books, journals, research articles, and videos that are available to you via the following links:
Discover is your academic search engine, which searches resources available from Leeds Beckett Library. These include books, eBooks, printed and electronic journals and databases. Discover is a great place to start your research.
Databases are tools, often focused on a specific subject area or profession, which allow you to search for high-quality information. You can use databases to find a variety of sources, including research articles.
Journals are published on a regular basis, e.g. weekly, monthly, quarterly, and so provide a good source of up to date information. Journals contain more specialised information than books so you will need to use them as your academic interests develop. Most of your journals are available online on or off-campus.