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Meaning of Madness: SPSY 0828/0928


Welcome to the research guide for the General Education course Meaning of Madness. Here you will find resources that you can use to find sources on various topics related to psychology and mental illness. If you need help,  contact the librarian.

Find Non-Scholarly (Newspapers, Magazines, websites, etc.) for your Controversy Presentations

Use these resources to find newspaper and magazine articles on your topic. Newspapers and Magazines are typically intended for a general audience and a little easier to understand.

You can also find decent non-scholarly sources through Google, but you may have more luck getting the full-text using these links. 

Find Research Studies for Reflection Papers & Controversy Presentations

Use these databases to find research-based articles related to your topic. Databases have a mix of research/scholarly and non-scholarly sources, so you'll need to make sure you look closely at any article you choose to discern which type it is. 

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Andrea Goldstein
Ambler Campus Library, Room 8
Charles Library
267-468-8647 (Ambler)
215-204-3195 (Charles)