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Definitive database for psychology, psychiatry, and related mental health disciplines (including social, behavioral, and health sciences). Also includes material in related fields such as management, business, education, social science, neuroscience, law, medicine, and social work.
Collection of video relating to the study of social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. Includes footage of counseling sessions and demonstrations, consultations, lectures, and interviews of well-known therapists discussing their work. Each video also includes a fully searchable transcript.
More than 70,000 new full text dissertations and theses are added to the database each year through dissertations publishing partnerships with 700 leading academic institutions worldwide and collaborative retrospective digitization of dissertations through UMI's Digital Archiving and Access Program. Full Text dissertations are archived as submitted by the degree-granting institution.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Hundreds of hours of clinical and educational footage in Expressive Media’s digital archive; most of it is rare and largely unseen. An invaluable teaching resource, it contains many examples of arts therapies pioneers practicing their specialties.
Climate Change & Human Health Literature Portal is an open access database, so the searching is free, but not all the citations are open access. Use Adler Library’s catalog and/or ILLiad to obtain full text if the database does not provide it. This database from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is a rich database containing more than 13,000 unique, global, peer-reviewed research resources on climate change and human health. The Portal brings together biomedical, earth science literature to help users across different disciplines, sectors, and knowledge levels quickly access relevant literature and answer their questions about climate change and its health impacts. The comprehensive database includes peer-reviewed articles, assessments, and scientific papers published between 2007 and 2020.