Scholarly articles are published in academic journals, which can be searched in several places:
We have access to many databases, all of which have different content. Some of our most popular databases include:
If you are looking for a subject-specific database, browse the A-Z List of Databases by subject.
During your research, you might come across a citation for an article that you want to read.
To locate the article with the A-Z journal finder, determine the Journal Title, Year, Volume, and Issue Number for the article.
In this citation example:
Ramos-Galarza, C., et al (2018). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Behavioral report from professors and self-report from university students. Psychology & Neuroscience, 11(1), 95–104.
Search for the journal title in the A-Z Journals
In this case, we have the journal Psychology & Neuroscience for the years 2008-present in the database PsycARTICLES. You can browse the journal in this database to find the relevant volume and issue number.