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A general starting point to access psychological research

Evaluating Sources

These factors may not apply to every situation equally. For example: an older scholarly journal article may not be appropriate for a paper on current controversies, but it could be relevant to a historical approach to the topic.

Use your best judgment, and ask a librarian if you’re not sure about a source.