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Psychology

This guide is a starting point for all students majoring in or taking classes within the Department of Psychology. This guide will help you with all aspects of your projects and research.

BOOK LOCATIONS

Floor 3:  BF - general, experimental, educational, school

Floor 4:  HM - industrial, organizational

Floor 5:  RC and RJ - clinical, counseling

FINDING BOOKS AT MILNER

Use the Milner Catalog to search for materials owned by Milner.

Use the Request Item function in Milner Catalog records to request that materials be retrieved from the Milner shelves and held for you at the main circulation desk. Please allow 24 hours for this service. 

FINDING BOOKS AT OTHER ILLINOIS LIBRARIES

Use I-Share to search for and request materials owned by other Illinois academic libraries. Use the Request 1st Available button in I-Share records to place your requests. Materials are shipped to Milner for your use within 5 to 7 days of your request. We will notify you via e-mail when your requested items are available. This is a free service.

CAN'T FIND WHAT YOU WANT AT MILNER OR IN I-SHARE?

Use WorldCat to search for and request materials owned by libraries outside the I-Share system. Use the "Request item from ILL" link in WorldCat records to place your request.  Materials typically arrive within 1 to 2 weeks. We will notify you via e-mail when the materials are available for you. This is a free service.

HELP VIDEOS

View these brief videos for help searching and requesting books. 

Handbooks and Books in Reference Area

Milner Library owns a number of specialized handbooks on a variety of research topics and areas of study that summarize the research and provide concise narratives describing further research that is needed. Some of these handbooks can be checked out, and some are located in the reference collection and must be used in the library.  These handbooks are especially useful for graduate students. Examples of such handbooks can be found at the following links:

Milner Library also has a rich collection of reference books located to the south of the Reference desk on the main floor of the library. These books generally need to be used in the library. Under special circumstances, faculty members and graduate students may be given special permission by their subject liaison librarian to check items out for short periods of time.  Examples of reference books include the following: