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Psychology: Creating Citations

This guide lists some important databases and resources helpful for researching psychology topics.

Using APA Style

See the APA tab in the Page Library Citation LibGuide

Using the "Cite" Button

Most of the Library's e-resources (databases) can generate a single citation for you.
Places to look for the Cite Button or other Citation Tools in E-Resources:

  • The right-hand menu on the article abstract page.
  • At the top of the results list.
  • Immediately under each citation in the results list.
  • At the very bottom of an article or article abstract page.

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