North Hall Library



Articles in Psychology

The first and best place to search for articles in psychology is PsycInfo:


If you aren't finding what you want from that database, check the psychology databases page for more search options.

Books & Ebooks

Where are the psychology books in the library?

BF - 3rd Floor North, these are books about psychology

RC - 4th Floor South, these are books about counseling and psychiatry

These aren't the only places you will find resources. Because psychology covers lots of other areas, you will find books in education, criminal justice, ethnic studies, business, and many more.


Where to search for books and ebooks?

For books in our library and ebooks we have access to, search the MU Catalog:


What about books the library doesn't have?

You can request anything we don't have on ILL or E-ZBorrow. Search E-ZBorrow or Worldcat to see what is available to borrow.

Reference Books and Handbooks

We have a large number of reference books and handbooks to support psychology and counseling. These sources provide background information, summary information, and topic overviews in psychology research.

Use them to help choose a research topic, understand the current empirical research on a topic, and discover key questions in the field. The bibliographies will help guide you in the existing scholarship on a topic.

  • APA Dictionary of Psychology - Ref BF 31.A65 2007
  • DSM-5: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - Ref RC 455.2 .C4 D534 2013
  • Encyclopedia of Psychology (APA)  - Ref BF 31 .E52 2000


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Subject Librarian

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Sheila Kasperek

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Mansfield University
Mansfield, PA 16933

Librarian to: Art, Business, CJA, Computer Science, Geosciences, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Psychology, Social Work, Women's Studies