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Using Journal Search to Locate a Specific Citation

To find a specific article from a citation, locate the title of the journal newspaper or magazine in the citation. For example, here at the journal title is “Psychological Assessment.” 

Step 1: Copy the title. Find the Journals Page on the Library home page, then paste the title into the search box on the Journals Page. 

Step 2: On the results page, click full text access and a list will show where the journal can be accessed, followed by one or more day ranges. Click the link that has a date range corresponding with the citation you are searching for. 

Step 3: On the next page, look for a list of dates with a plus sign next to them on the right side of the page. Click on the one you need to find the issue you are looking for. In this citation, the volume and number are listed here. 

Step 4: Scroll until you find the title of the article and click PDF full text to access. 

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