Here you can find relevant information for psychology students and staff.
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Information resources for psychology students and staff:
Collection formation is aimed at supporting education and research of the psychology department at the University of Amsterdam. Most of the collection can be found online. The part that is not available online and recently acquired or frequently used, can be found on the second floor in the Library Learning Centre Roeterseilandcampus. You can find course materials on the first floor and the rest of the offline collection can be requested from the stacks. The location of all materials can be found in CataloguePlus.
You can also request materials from other libraries through interlibrary loan.
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The Library Learning Centre Roeterseilandcampus has a catalogue of psychological tests and questionnaires. They can be requested at the Library Learning Centre, but only staff members of the departments of Psychology and Child Development and Education can borrow them, as well as individuals who are authorized by a member of staff of these departments. Authorisations may be given by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Janneke Staaks provides support to psychology students and staff. In consultation with the academic staff, she can teach alone, teach with them, or only provide instruction materials. Students and staff can also contact her for individual assistance. Please contact her for (among others things):
Janneke Staaks provides advice and support to psychology students and staff who want to conduct a systematic review or meta-analysis. She will help you translate your research question into a systematic search strategy, select relevant databases and compile a report of the search. She can also advise you about additional search strategies, downloading references, deduplicating them and the screening process.
The following preparation will be requested if you want to make an appointment:
The following tutorials are recommended for teachers who want their students to improve their search strategy without a deep dive into search technique: