Looking for an up-to-date study on mental health? Need a quick bio of Alfred Adler or Anna Freud? The library has around 1,150 psychology journals that provide tons of information. Listed below are some of the most comprehensive (and current) ones that you can access through our website.
Journal of Social Psychology
The Journal of Social Psychology includes articles on “experimental, empirical and field studies of groups, cultural effects, cross-national problems, language and ethnicity, cross-cultural notes and briefly reported replications and refinements.” When you’re looking for case studies, statistics, and psychology research, this is the journal for you!
Psychology Today has easy-to-understand articles for the average Joe as well as the psychology student. Here you can read about topics like cognition, social lives, aging, therapy, and self-help. If you’re needing a shorter article that explains a general concept, then Psychology Today is a good place to start.
Journal of Individual Psychology
You can read articles online from the Journal of Individual Psychology from 1974 to the present day via the library. This is a more specialized journal, dealing mainly with the practices and theories of Alfred Adler.
American Journal of Psychology
This journal includes topics on “experimental psychology and basic principles of psychology.” With articles dating back to the 80s, there’s plenty to unpack here. You can also see how trends in psychology have changed over time.
Behavior Research Methods
Behavior Research Methods documents the results of experimental psychology. In particular, you’ll find articles on how technology has affected behavior, how technology can give a better quality of life for some, and the changes in technology that psychology requires.
See all of these journals and more in our “Journals” section of the library website.