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Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis (19:910:507): Home

Resources to support learning and writing about major forms of emotional distress commonly encountered in social work practice.

This guide is designed to support the Social Work graduate course Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis (19:910:507).

Resources are organized by topic and include a mix of research sources, advice, and connections to additional academic supports.

What you'll find here:

Research resources, including

  • Recommended books
  • E-book libraries
  • Professional and scholarly journals
  • Databases of particular interest
  • Audiovisual media

Support resources, including

  • Locating journal articles
  • Using databases
  • Writing labs and citation style guides
  • Reference managers
  • Links to related research guides
  • Contact information for the social sciences librarian at each campus
 

If you'd like to make an appointment to discuss your research needs or need help navigating our library systems, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Librarians (see contact information on right)  can help by appointment, email, or online chat (online service is available 10 a.m.- 10 p.m., 7 days a week!)

This guide was compiled by Janel Mittelstedt, Graduate Reference Assistant, New Brunswick Libraries.

Social Sciences Librarian

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Karen Hartman
Contact:
Alexander Library
169 College Avenue,
New Brunswick
New Jersey
08901
848-932-6104
karen.hartman@rutgers.edu

Reference and Instruction Librarian

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Katie Anderson
Contact:
Paul Robeson Library

300 North 4th Street

Camden, NJ 08102

Text or call: 856-477-3535

Office: 856-225-2830
Website

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