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Important information resources that will assist your psychology studies. The best place to start your research with links to books, journals, databases and more!
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PsychiatryOnline trial_featuring DSM-5!

PsychiatryOnline  is a powerful web-based portal that features DSM-5™—the most widely used psychiatric reference in the world—and The American Journal of Psychiatry.  UTAS Library has organised a trial of PsychiatryOnline until 29 March 2013.  

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    UTAS Eprints

    Remember to check out Library Open Repository (ePrints). This growing archive contains papers and theses produced within the University of Tasmania.



    Welcome to the Psychology Subject Guide

    The library has a huge range of information resources that will help you with your studies. Use this subject guide to find the most relevant resources. Your librarians liaise with your lecturers to ensure that you have high quality information available on campus, at home and at work


    Counseling & therapy in video.

    Vol. 1 & 2 of Counseling and Therapy in Video is now available.  This collection provides the largest and richest online collection of video available for the study of social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. This current release includes 609 videos totalling 647 hours.


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