PTSDpubs, formerly known as PILOTS, is a freely available, bibliographic database providing citations and abstracts to the worldwide literature on PTSD and other mental health consequences of traumatic events. Produced by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD.
Journals, books, and other resources covering psychology and psychological aspects of related disciplines including: anthropology, business, education, law, linguistics, medicine, nursing, pharmacology, physiology, and sociology. 1805 to present.
An additional resource from the American Psychiatric Association containing the DSM-V and a number of psychiatric reference materials, books, journals, and self-assessment tools.
Sixty full text journals from the American Psychological Association and other publishers. 1985 to present.
Open Book Publishers (OBP) is a leading independent open access academic press that publishes peer-reviewed, award-winning monographs, edited collections, textbooks, critical translations and more. All Open Book Publishers books are freely available in open access formats (PDF, HTML and XML).
LGBT Life contains full text for more than 120 of the most important and historically significant LGBT journals, magazines and regional newspapers, as well as more than 150 full-text monographs/books. The database also includes comprehensive indexing and abstract coverage as well as a specialized LGBT Thesaurus.
A database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research. Previously know as Gale Virtual Reference Library.
Journal articles, books, and other resources relating to education--from early childhood to higher education. Views 'education' very broadly and covers areas such as outdoor education, corporate training, speech language therapy, etc. 1966 to present.
Published by the American Psychiatric Association, this classification and diagnostic tool is the authority in the United States for psychiatric diasnosis. NMU's premium subscription also includes access to the DSM-IV-TR and its Handbook of Differential Diagnosis as well as the Cases from DSM-IV-TR. A paper copy of the DSM-5 can also be found in the Olson Library Reference Collection (Call No. RC455.2.C4 D54).
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