PsycINFO is available through ProQuest’s Worldwide Network, a valuable resource that provides coverage of nearly 4,000 periodicals and 2,500 online databases through 49 international bibliographic databases. As a part of this collection, PsycINFO is available through the WorldCat network and contains translated material from more than 2,400 periodicals in over 100 languages. WorldCat is part of the World Library Program, which is a joint initiative of the Library of Congress and the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions to enhance the retrieval of bibliographic information for libraries worldwide. Through this network, PsycINFO covers 2,207 journals, 4,576 magazines, and 11,534 books.
MEDLINE is the National Library of Medicine's (NLM) premier bibliographic database. It contains records of more than 16 million citations, covering the biomedical literature since 1966. It provides access to more than 1,000 journal titles, including more than 75 medical journals. MEDLINE is available through PubMed, NLM's free online access resource that contains more than 18 million citations and summaries. PubMed is part of NLM's Entrez system, which is a full-text and full-image retrieval and retrieval-enabled database system. MEDLINE is subject to the same rigorous peer review process as other journals in the NLM journal collection. It is also part of Entrez's Subject/Field Descriptors, which is designed to help organize information on different aspects of a subject.
PsycINFO is a product of APA and covers a wide range of subject areas in psychology, including health, education, business, religion, and social sciences. There are over 2,800 journals included in the database, and more than 22,000 individual journals.
International Bibliography of the Social Sciences is the most comprehensive bibliography in the social sciences, with a high percent of full-text and indexing of reference books and journals from more than 100 countries. Social Science Abstracts is a database that indexes full-text articles from more than 1,000 peer-reviewed journals. Social Science Citation Index is a database that indexes abstracts of articles published in the social sciences and related disciplines.
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