Databases are searchable collections of good quality, academic material, particularly journal articles. They can be small subject specific or large collections covering a wide range of subject areas. Most databases provide access to full-text items. Some are abstract only, so you can establish whether or not the research is suitable for your needs.
Key databases for your subject are listed below. Databases showing the "D@B" icon are indexed by Discover@Bolton - so if you are searching Discover there may not be a need to search that database separately.
However some subject databases feature more advanced search features than Discover@Bolton, so you may wish to consult them separately to be thorough.
While articles from PsycINFO and PsycARTICLES can be found using Discover@Bolton, these databases have more advanced tools to search and browse by methodology, population, tests and measures and more. For an example, see our FAQ: How do I search for articles using a specific methodology?
If you wish to access a particular journal, search either by title or by subject area using the Ejournals portal:
The EJournals Portal includes access to the Article Linker, which allows you to search for specific articles. Have a look at the help guide below: