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2: Type-in a keyword, author, or title, and click search:
3: On the left side, there is a menu with "filters". Use the "Books in the Library" filter to search for print books:
4: On the top, there are tabs that also act as "filters." Use the "eBooks" tab, or the "Articles" tab:
5: Click on the link that lets you access or view the article or book.
Important! To open the articles or ebooks, you might be prompted to login. Use your MySCF credentials when prompted, or if you see a window like the one below, use your G number and last four digits of G number.
In addition to the Quick Search, it is useful to search for journal articles and other digital content by using some of our databases. The following databases are recommended for topics in General Psychology and Developmental Psychology:
Full-text, peer-reviewed scholarly and scientific articles in psychology. Contains more than 100,000 articles from 59 journals published by the American Psychological Association and allied organizations.