John B. Coleman Library uses the Library of Congress (LoC) classification system to organize its print materials.
|BF173-198.7||Philosophy of Psychology; Psychoanalysis; Psych. tests/testing; Experimental Psych.|
|BF501-635||Motivation; Affection; Feeling; Emotion; Will; Volition; Choice; Control.|
|BF636-692.5||Applied psychology; New Thought; Menticulture, Comparative psych.; Sexual behavior.|
See the Library of Congress Classification Outline online to view more headings and subheadings at https://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/lcco/.
You may locate relevant books by subject heading in the Reference collection on the library's 1st floor and in the Circulating collection on the library's 2nd floor. There are also special collections of materials located in the 1st floor Reading Room and 5th floor Special Collections & Archives Department.
1. Go the library's homepage at https://www.pvamu.edu/library/.
2. Click on Databases A to Z.
3. Click on the dropdown box for All Subjects.
4. Click the subject you need.
Now, you can see every database we have access to with relevant content along with a brief description of the resource so that you can choose the database right for your searching.
The American Psychiatric Association is the leading psychiatric organization in the world.
The American Psychological Association is the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States.
Cognition and Perception Commons is a database of open access psychology research available through the Digital Commons Network.
John B. Coleman Library's Introduction to Open Access: OA: Psychology LibGuide
John B. Coleman Library's Reference and Information Services Department
John B. Coleman Library's Special Collections and Archives Department
Undergraduate Course Listing (Search by Course Name: PSYC) to find psychology classes and their assigned instructors available at PVAMU.