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This is a guide to print and online resources about psychology in the UBC Library collection.

Vancouver Research Help

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Elizabeth Cardoso Fernandes
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Humanities & Social Sciences Division
Walter C. Koerner Library
1958 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC
V6T 1Z2
604 827 0249

Okanagan Research Help

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Kim Buschert
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Find Theses

All UBC Psychology theses and dissertations  from both the Vanouver and Kelowna campuses are available online via UBC's Institutional Repository, cIRcle.

Theses and Dissertations is a comphrehensive guide to finding theses and dissertations at  UBC and beyond.

Research Commons @ Koerner Library

Working on your own thesis or dissertation? The Research Commons offers workshops for graduate students from all UBC departments and schools. 
Topics include

  • Literature Reviews, Systematic Review Search Methodology
  • Citation Management tools (Mendeley and Zotero)
  • Thesis Formatting 

More information, including registration, at Research Commons.

Centre for Scholarly Communication @ Okanagan Library

The CSC provides one-on-one consultations about all aspects of scholarly communication, including:

  • writing support for journal articles, grant proposals, theses, dissertations, and conference presentations
  • copyright
  • open access
  • author rights

Throughout the year, they offer many workshops geared for specific research projects and processes, such as “Writing the Research Article,” “Selecting Quality Journals for Publication,” “Research Data Management,” and an annual three-day Graduate Writers’ Bootcamp. See the Workshops page for more information.

The CSC also offers a Thesis Formatting Service for all graduate students on the Okanagan campus. Check out their thesis formatting advice.