Q. How do I find journals?
Answered By: Pollak Library Last Updated: Jul 11, 2017 Views: 196
Use Find Journals to find out which journals, magazines, or newspapers are available in Pollak Library.
1. On the Library homepage under the "Research" tab, click on Find Journals.
2. Type in the name of the journal, magazine or newspaper you are looking for in the Title textbox. Click Go.
Clinical Psychology Review
3. If you don't see your title in the results list or if you get the message 'No match found', Pollak Library does not own your journal.
4. If you do see the title in the results list, click on the Find It icon to see the journal's availability in Pollak Library:
Full text online ABI/INFORM Complete.
This tells you that the journal is available in electronic form in a database.
You will need to browse to the right year, volume, and issue of the journal to find your article.
We have in print 2nd Floor North in Periodicals
This tells you that the journal is available in paper form in the library. Write down the call number and go to the 2nd Floor North of the Library. Journals do not check out but copiers are available.