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PSYC3040 Intro to Neuropsychology & Psychopharmacology: Welcome
The new edition of the most comprehensive resource used by health professionals, social workers, and forensic and legal specialists to diagnose and classify mental disorders.
For brochures on mental health topics see the "For Patients" tab. NOTE: This will take you out of PsychiatryOnline to Healthy Minds website. Use the back arrow in your browser to return to PsychiatryOnline.
Empirical Research is based on actual and objective observation and experimentation rather than theories or beliefs.
Empirical research articles should describe & discuss the results of empirical research studies. These articles can be found in academic (peer-reviewed) journals and often contain the following sections:
Introduction (Including literature review)
Methods or Methodology
Discussion and/or Conclusion
The following periodicals are available in print in the Library.
For a complete listing of titles owned by the Library, visit the Periodicals guide.