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Interdisciplinary Research for Law Students and Faculty: Finding Scholarly Articles

This guide provides instruction on the process of finding books and scholarly articles for MU School of Law students and faculty.

Peer reviewed

The process of peer review means that the journal subjects each article submitted for possible publication to a panel of peers who critique the article and decide if the reseach in it is sound enough to be published in the journal.  Usually this process is anonymous on both sides so that there are no persoality conflicts.  Usually if a journal is peer reviewed it is scholarly enough to be trustworthy to cite.

A-Z Finder

MU's A-Z list is a list of the journals that are available in full text.  You'll want to check the time frame listed for the journal you need. There are currently 2996 full text pyschology journals available to MU students.  You may want to drill down into a more specific category.
 

 Individual journals 

Psychology journals 

Databases by Subject

This list contains all the databases by subject.

Subject Guide

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