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Digital resources including: digitized books and articles, peer-reviewed journals, academic blogs, literary journals, academic monographs, research reports, primary sources. Collections including: primary sources, thematic collections, open community collections. Content from over 1000 publishers is represented by collections of the following open access providers: Biomed Central, Directory of Open Access Journals, JSTOR Open Access, Publishing in European Networks, OpenEdition, Public Library of Science. Updated daily.
PsycTHERAPY This link opens in a new window
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Database of streaming psychotherapy demonstrations featuring some of the most renowned therapists in North America working with participants on a host of therapeutic topics. Allows viewers to go straight to the heart of clinical practice with demonstrations of psychotherapy as it is done by today's leading practitioners. Resource for teaching and training in psychotherapy practice and for education about psychology. Searchable by titles, therapy topics, therapeutic approaches, and therapists
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Public Health Archives: Public Health in Modern America, 1890-1970 documents the rise of the twentieth-century public health system in the United States through correspondence, reports, pamphlets, ephemera, and more. For scholars in the fields of American history, American studies, history of science and medicine, public health studies, sociology, political science, psychology, and economics, it documents through primary sources that record the evolution and impact of public health legislation, policies, and campaigns at the local, national, and federal levels, opening for researchers a new window on the roles played by key organizations and individuals to advance public health practices and outcomes.
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