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Psychology: Full-Text Resources

Classics in the History of Psychology
This massive site contains a growing number of public domain documents that are of historical significance for the study of psychology. Documents are arranged by author and topic, with a Google-powered keyword search engine. The range of authors extends from ancient times to the mid-20th century. A useful resource for researchers who do not have a large research collection in psychology available nearby, the site includes research by psychologists who might not be represented in smaller libraries.

Electronic Journals and Periodicals in Psychology and Related Fields
Contains links to full-text psychological journals published around the world. The journals included are scholarly and not exclusively in English. Although most journals provide open electronic access, a few require free registration and a smaller number require paid subscription. A very few of these journals offer abstracts only. This is a component of the PsychScholar directory of psychology websites.

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