students in the Department of Psychology have direct access to
thousands of books and professional journals in psychology and allied
through electronic databases provided by the
UHH Library. There are numerous full-text databases that are
relevant to psychologists, such as Psychology and Behavioral Sciences,
PsycNet, Science Direct, etc.
For currently available databases please go to the UHH library web site and
check the alphabetized
index as well as a list of
databases by the subject area. In order to find out
whether there is access to a particular journal or not use the UHH
Library title search engine. Besides electronic
are also subscribed to various e-book
databases, such as PsyBOOKS,
and the ProQuest full-text dissertations database. Additional
available through the UHH library include reference
indexes, such as PsycInfo,
Ingenta and ERIC, which provide reference to
articles and books in psychology published since the ninetieth century
access to the full text of some documents.
Also, explore a guide to resources in
counseling psychology and browse available
titles in psychology and related disciplines.
1. One needs to have
a valid UHH ID number and password to
access most of the electronic databases. If there is an access problem,
possible reasons here.
Below is a list of
full-text and reference databases accessible through the
UH Hilo Library that are particularly relevant to psychologists. For
complete information, visit the library web site.
- 3. The library subscriptions and
each database can change anytime. Thus, titles can be added to or
removed from the list of
- 4. Depending on the
journal and database, access may be limited to
articles published within the last 10-20 years
- 5. Many publishers
provide electronic copies of their printed articles
with a 4-12 month lag. Therefore, some recent publications
may not be available
- 6. Some publishers
preprints of the upcoming issues. Thus, it may be possible to
obtain copies of articles in press.