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Psychology Resources

Women in Psychology

This guide provides resources for research on "Women in Psychology."

Remember: all Alverno electronic resources are available from off campus. Use your Alverno Network Login to access our resources from off campus.


To books on "women in psychology" or on individual women psychologists located at the Alverno Library, visit the library webpage and use the TOPCAT search box or use the search box below. You can also use TOPCAT to search for and request books from other libraries in the SWITCH consortium.

To find e-books available through the library, use the Ebooks search box located on the library webpage or use the search box below.

Library Catalog (TOPCAT)

ProQuest Ebook Central

Some Specific Books on "Women in Psychology"

Some Specific Journal Articles on "Women in Psychology"

Finding Additional Journal Articles

To find additional articles on "Women in Psychology" or specific women psychologists: Visit the library's Databases page and select Psychology & Social Work

PsycINFO is highly recommended for finding scholarly articles on a wide variety of psychology topics.

PsycARTICLES is another useful database. It is a subset of PsycINFO containing full text scholarly articles from American, British, Canadian and Australian sources on many, but not all psychology topics.

To find an article when you have a citation: Visit the library's webpage and use the Google Scholar search box.  Google Scholar will search the content of Alverno Library's databases as well as the "free" web. Look for the full text links on the right side of the page.

Not finding what you need? Use TOPCAT, the Citation Linker, or Interlibrary Loan to obtain a copy of your article.

Some Useful Websites

Citing in APA 7

NoodleTools helps create accurate citations, reference lists, and annotated bibliographies. For best results, use it in conjugation with the APA manual or the APA Style website.