- Enter your keywords into the search bar at the top of our homepage. If you are searching a multi-word phrase like “dialectical behavior therapy,” it usually helps to put your search terms in quotations as shown below.
- Sign in when you arrive at the search results page so that you will have access to the resources listed.
- Limit your search results to scholarly journal articles by clicking on the “peer-reviewed” option under “Show Only” on the right side of the search results page. Then click on “Apply filters.”
- Limit the date range of your results (if necessary) by changing the years listed on the “Creation Date” filter and selecting “Refine.”
- Click on the “Full text available” link beneath the item’s description on the article you want to read.
A new window should open listing all the databases that contain the article. You can click on any of the database links to open the article.
If you need assistance accessing an article or find a broken link, feel free to chat with us and we will be happy to assist you.
You can also save your research and create lists in Library Search:
Organizing and Saving Research in a Library Search Folder (Primo Folders)