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*Psychology: Introduction

This guide covers the basic tools for research in Psychology

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Background Info

Reading Technique for Scientific Primary Literature

New to science?  Maybe this is your first assignment that requires in-depth reading of a research article?  Check out this handout of advice and techniques to absorb the information most effectively. 
(Hint: it's not "read from beginning to end, repeat until you understand absolutely everything!")

Welcome!

Psychology at Brandeis is truly interdisciplinary. You don't know where your research will take you! Whether you are just getting started or continuing your journey, this Library Guide is a modest attempt to put the most prominent research tools in one place.

If you have any questions on these resources or would like to schedule a research consultation, contact Melanie Radik, the science librarian. Her contact info is to the right.

For more information on Psychology programs and research at Brandeis, please visit the official Psychology home page.

Psychology in the News

Check out the latest pyschology news from the New York Times!

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Just For Fun

Stephen Colbert reminds us to make sure study methodology is sound. And that his show is really all about making hamsters depressed.

Academic Outreach Librarian to the Sciences

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Melanie Radik
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mradik@brandeis.edu
Farber 2
781-736-4681
Office Hours
Wednesdays 2 - 3:30pm
Science Center Atrium
Find me at a table near Peet's!
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