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APA PsycInfo (Ovid) - Tutorial: Save Your Searches

Tips on using PsycINFO, including using the subject headings, narrowing/expanding your search, finding case studies, how to save your searches

Save your searches

You might want to save your searches to review later. Click "Save All".

You might need to a create a PsycINFO account if you haven't already. Create an Account. Your "personal account name" is a username that you create (I suggest using the first part of your Adler email). The password can include numbers and/or letters, but not special characters.

Then, create a search name so you can find it again. Keep the type as permanent or the search will only be saved for 24 hours.

Image of: Create a search name so you can find your past searches again. Keep saved searches as permanent type or else they will be deleted after 24 hours.

 

Access your saved searches

First, open PsycINFO. You will need to log in by clicking "My Account" in the upper right of the screen.

click "my account" link in upper right of screen

All your saved research is under the "My Workspace" tab. 

Your Searches are saved under "My Searches & Alerts". Find the search you want to run, check the box, and click "Run". This will perform the search, and you will go back to the "Search" tab to find the results.

Image of: Saved searches are located in the "My Searches & Alerts" tab.