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Psychology Research

Welcome

undefinedThis guide focuses on psychology and research methods related resources that are available in the library, recommended web sites, and open access. These resources support teaching and research in PSY 290:  Research Methods course.

Psychology and Research methods are multifaceted disciplines. There is no single section in the library; resources may be found throughout the collection and in various formats. Study and research in research method is often interdisciplinary, so relevant information also may be found in sources that are not strictly on psychology. Image source: Pixabay Puzzle Share Think Brain Thinking Function.

Access Research Materials

There are three Wi-Fi profiles available at SMCL: GuestCougar, and Staff

Guest Wi-Fi is for general public use.  Select Guest Wi-Fi from your device, then open an Internet browser to accept the user agreement in order to connect.

Cougar Wi-Fi is for currently-enrolled SMCC students.  Select Cougar Wi-Fi, log in with your MEID and password, and open an Internet browser.

Staff Wi-Fi is for all staff currently employed at SMCC.  Select Staff Wi-Fi, log in with your MEID and password, and open an Internet browser.

If you are a currently enrolled SMCC Student:    

Student computers are located on the 2nd floor next to the information desk and in classroom L235.  These computers are connected to your student print account.   

Public computers are located on the 2nd floor.  If you use a public computer, log in with your MEID as your library card number.  Your password will be your six-digit birthday (MMDDYY).  Please note that these computers are not connected to your student printing account and you will be required to pay for printouts:

  • Black and white prints are ten cents per page
  • Color prints are fifty cents per page. 

If you are a Community Member NOT enrolled at SMCC:  

You must have a current Phoenix Public Library card in order to use a computer.  

Need Research Help?

If you have questions, please contact the liaison librarian, Lora Largo, at lora.largo@southmountaincc.edu, 602.243.8345, or schedule a research consultation.

South Mountain Community Library (SMCL) also offers research and informational service assistance throughout the week, even on Sunday.  You may also get research or reference help: