When you set up an appointment using my online scheduler, please let me know whether you prefer meeting in my office or via Zoom. I am willing to help with any part of your research or writing process, so please don't hesitate to schedule a consultation.
Books are a good source for background information or an in-depth discussion on a particular topic.
Most students search for books using the HBLL website's main page. From here, a search can be entered into the search bar that appears at the top-center of the page.
In order to limit your search to either print, eBooks, or both, once a search is made the following boxes on the left-hand side of the page (indicated by black rectangles in the picture below) can be checked to restrict the search results.
Alternatively, searches can be made using BYU's online catalog webpage which features more specific advanced search functions and up to date records of all new purchases in the collection.
Search EBook Collections
You can continue your search using one of the various eBook databases BYU has access that are not reflected in searches on the library website. The description icon to the right of each link explains what kind of eBooks are available on each database.
If you are not able to find your desired material in BYU's collections, here are a few options to try to get access through other libraries.
The yearly Graduate Study in Psychology reference book published by the APA is now available for purchase digitally. This resource provides admissions information for post-graduate psychology programs in the U.S. and Canada.
Copies from previous years can be browsed physically in the library, although information from previous years has most likely changed.