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eBooks for Psychology

 

Finding eBooks

 1. Go to the Emory University Library Web page.

 

2. Locate  in the center of the Web page.

 

3. Enter search terms plus "electronic source" into the text box.

 

Example:  stress cortisol electronic source, then select Search

 

4. Your results list should display several eBooks that are available in full text.

 

5. To view the eBooks' content, follow the online access link.

 

*Please Note: You may also go directly to the Wiley database. The Wiley Interscience Journals database contains many eBooks as well as articles.

 

discoverE and Euclid

 

discoverE is the library catalog and search interface for locating items in all of Emory's libraries and digital repositories.  

Reference staff can help you formulate successful discoverE and/or EUCLID searches. See the "Additional Help" box on this page for information on how to contact a reference librarian/staff member.

 

Finding and Getting Books Emory Does Not Own

 

WorldCat
A comprehensive catalog of items held by a wide-range of libraries including research and public institutions. What you find in this catalog that we do not own at Emory, we can get for you through Interlibrary Loan.


Interlibrary Loan
If we do not own a book that you need, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan -- a free service. We will borrow a copy for you from another library. The first time you logon you will need to register. If you need help with this service, contact a reference librarian.


Interlibrary Use
You can check out books from Georgia Tech, Georgia State, and the University of Georgia with your Emory ID card. These institutions may have the materials you need for your research.  You may be able to checkout books from other local college/university libraries, as well.  An interlibrary use card may be required; these are available at the reference desk.

 

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