Answered By: Erin McAfee
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2017     Views: 38

If a database is asking you to login or pay for an article, you should check our e-Journal Titles database to find out if we subscribe to the journal/year through a different electronic publisher. The e-Journal database will also link you to information about our print holdings.

In the article citation, you will see the name of the journal -- usually followed by a volume number.  For example, in the following citation you would search for the Journal of Applied Psychology and make a note that you need 1964:

Corcoran, D. W. J. ; Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol 48(6), Dec, 1964. pp. 339-343. Publisher: American Psychological Association

Here are instructions for searching in our e-journal database:

http://ask.lib.uh.edu/a.php?qid=430738

If we do not have coverage for the journal or the year that you need, you may request the article from Interlibrary Loan.

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