Here are some basic tips for reading (and understanding!) an research article
Abstract (summary of the whole article)
Introduction (why they did the research)
Methodology (how they did the research)
Results (what happened)
Discussion (what the results mean)
Conclusion (what they learned)
References (whose research they read)
If you are looking for a specific journal, you can use the widget below to search for a publication title. Or you can browse journal and periodical holdings using the Subject Lists.
While not specifically Psychology focused, these databases contain content related to Psychology. If your research topic falls between disciplines, try these to find unique articles and related research materials.
When you find an article listed in a database, and the article is not immediately available to read, use the Search for Item button to search Pace's periodical holdings. If you get a message that directs you to use the ILLiad Interlibrary Loan service to request a copy of the article, follow the link.