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Intro. to Psychology: Final Project: Library Resources

Find Magazine Articles

TIP: Limit your results to Full Text and source types Magazines and News / Newspapers
NOTE: You may use images from these databases in your presentation.

Online Databases

These online databases contain a variety of sources, including reference sources, articles, video, and even experiments.
NOTE: You may use images from these databases in your presentation.

Find Reliable Websites

Researching health-related topics on the internet can return results from questionable or unreliable sources, so it's very important to look for reliable and trustworthy sources.

TIP: Including the phrase Psychology or Myth AND [your myth] may improve your search results.


  • SweetSearch, A Search Engine for Students searches only credible websites approved by research experts. 
    • Note: Disregard Advertisements that may appear at the top of your search result list.
  • And if you still want to search Google:
    • Improve the reliability of your results by limiting your search to the more reliable domains gov, edu, and The domain gov is used by U.S. federal and state government agencies exclusively, while edu is used only by U.S. colleges and universities. is used by colleges and universities in the United Kingdom.
    • COPY and PASTE this phrase into Google along with your search term(s): AND site:gov OR site:edu OR

  • Note that universities may allow their students to use their edu domain. If there is a tilde (~) in the address, it may be a personal student page which is not monitored by the institution.

Click here for information on evaluating websites.


Find Images


It's so easy to find images on the internet, but that doesn't mean that you can freely use them without the permission of the creator OR owner of the image. 


For images you can freely use in your project, choose our database
You may also use images you find in the databases on the left.


If you still want to search Google, follow these steps to find pictures you can use freely without permission of the creator/owner of the image.
On your image search results page:
  • Click on Tools.
  • Click on Usage Rights and choose Creative Commons Licenses which allows users to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format, so long as attribution is given to the creator.
  • Click on Size and choose Large so you get a clear, sharp image for your slide.
How To Cite An Image From a Website from MLA Style Center.