Depending on which ProQuest database you select the interface may default to either the Basic Search or the Advanced Search. You may select either option above the search box(es).
1. Searching PsycINFO
To use the Advanced Search:
Enter separate keywords/phrases into each box.
2. Search Options
Search options can be set at the beginning of your search in the Advanced Search interface, however, it is often better to start with the default options and then use the narrow results tools once you have your results.
3. Narrowing Results
You may narrow your results by using the options included in the Narrow Results section on the left side of the results page. Be aware that the options included will vary depending on which ProQuest database you are using.
Examples of some more commonly used options include:
Full text availability in ProQuest databases varies. If the full text is available through ProQuest, you will be able to download the PDF file. If not, select the title of the article and within the record, click on the Discover link at the top or select the Check for FullText Availability option to search the online catalog.
1. Locating Print Copies of Articles
From a citation list:
From an individual item record:
My Research is a feature provided by ProQuest that allows researchers to save, manage, and organize their research. The log-in created is affiliated with ProQuest, not the library, and any troubleshooting an individual account must happen through ProQuest.