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Indexers use a special vocabulary called the Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms to tag every record in PsycINFO. These terms serve as "hashtags" for psychological concepts. Indexers do this to simplify access, so all related articles can be located by using the right standardized term. Identifying the right subject terms can help you focus your search to articles that are the best fit for your research.
When you find a relevant article, make sure to look at the records listed subject terms. You can then look for articles that has been tagged with those subject terms to find other potentially relevant items.
Use the Email tool to send articles to yourself. Make sure to download them to ensure you have access to them.
Use the Cite tool to retrieve a citation. Select APA. Make sure to double-check and correct all citations generated by databases before turning in a paper.
In order to retrieve results saved in your folder for later viewing, create an EBSCO account. When in PsycINFO, click on Sign In at the top to make an account. Going forward, you will need to be logged in to save more articles and view the articles stored in the folder.