To look up a journal in the Rutgers library system, you can look for the search box on the front of the library website, pick the "journals" tab and type in your title. Most of the Rutgers psychology journals are available online. Remember to scroll down and look for "view online" to see what years of the journal we have. We may have some years in print and some online, etc.
The Rutgers University Libraries journals in psychology areas are available in paper and online format. The vast majority of psychology (and related) journals are available electronically. Electronic journals are only accessible to those library users who are using a university computer on site or who have logged in with NetID and password from home. Electronic journals accessed from off campus (remote) are only available to Rutgers affiliates. However, any person may visit any of the Rutgers libraries to use the electronic resources on site for a limited period of time each day (2 hours) from a library computer.
To find a journal, type the journal title into Quicksearch. You can also start from "journals." First use the "journals tab" and type the title of the journal. You can also use QuickSearch for specific article titles. If we don't have a journal or article that you need, you may order it via Article Delivery.
To get to an online index/database in order to search for journal articles by subject (like PsycINFO), just go to" Databases" (found on the library homepage) and either use the alphabetical list of databases, or navigate to the subject list for psychology/behavioral sciences.
Alternately, please see the red tab on the top of this guide for "Indexes to Articles" in order to find further information about psychology/behavioral sciences indexes/databases. The list provided at the Indexes to Articles tab provides a convenient subject/discipline-based entry point for searching for journal articles and more in psychology from the Rutgers University Libraries.
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