Class Research Guides
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PSY 106 - Human Sexuality
Got a paper due? Library staff are available to assist you from the start to the finish, from selecting your topic to polishing the footnotes. We recommend you use this page to launch your research.
Choose your topic:
Search for books:
Use keyword or subject LTCC Library catalog search options to learn what Library of Congress call numbers are assigned to your topic.
Browse the shelves or browse LTCC online full-text periodicals such as:
- The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality
- Perspectives on Sexual & Reproductive Health
- Sexual & Relationship Therapy
Pinpoint keywords and synonyms on your topic.
Scan academic periodicals and web sites:
Access the most current data via online health databases such as:
CINAHL Plus - provides indexing for 3,123 journals from the fields of nursing and allied health.
Health & Wellness Resource Center - delivers up-to-date reference material as well as full-text magazines and journals from a variety of authoritative medical sources.
Health Reference Center Academic - provides full text access to nursing and allied health journals, plus personal health information sources.
Health Source: Nursing Academic Edition - covers consumer health information, featuring over 130 consumer health magazines.
MEDLINEPlus Health Information -information from the National Library of Medicine.
If you prefer more of a social sciences -- as opposed to health sciences -- slant, then try these online databases:
Also consider these recommended Human Sexuality web sites:
Review, refine & critique:
Do you have a focussed thesis? Is the data gathered so far too broad? Then narrow the search.
Is it biased unfairly towards one point of view? Then broaden your search.
Is the topic covered fully?
Prepare your Bibliography:
Use consistent citation formatting such as APA or MLA styles. For more information, see Style Guides for specific examples.
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