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Academic Support: Psychology

Psychology Collection

Library collections and resources are sufficient in scope to support the psychology program.  The following table shows library holdings targeted to support the social sciences and the psychology curriculum as of March 2020.

A current list of Psychology collections can be found via the library catalog by conducting a keyword or subject search.

 

Library Resources Social Sciences Psychology

Holdings

23,530 39,771
Books 20,110 37,598
eBooks 9,942 14,635
eJournals 2,683 1,343
Serials 2,930 1,615

Databases

30+ 10

Selected Databases

The following are selected databases specific to the Psychology program.  The FAMU Libraries A-Z Databases offers a variety of Social Science databases.

Pertinent Journals

The following is a selected list of significant psychology electronic journals.  By conducting an eJournals search in Full Text Finder, you can view more journals related to these subjects.

Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice
Original theoretical and research contributions on psychodynamic, interpersonal and other psychological aspects of mental health and the psychological therapies.
 

Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
Provides an integrative impetus both between theory & practice & between different orientations within clinical psychology & psychotherapy.

Journal of Black Psychology

Articles, review articles and book reviews focusing on psychology and understanding experiences and behavior of Black populations.

Devoted to research, evaluation, assessment & intervention & review articles that deal with human behavior in community settings.
 
Empirical research and theoretical papers concerned with the relationship between persons and social issues, institutions and settings published in association with the Society for Community Research and Action.
 
Reports of original experimental research, theoretical presentations, combined theoretical and experimental analyses, historical commentaries, shorter notes and discussions and reviews of books in the area of general experimental psychology.
 
Publishes articles on the application of psychology, including the scientific underpinnings of the professional of psychology.

Selected Books